Oak Center Neighborhood Association

About

The Oak Center Neighborhood Association (OCNA) works to celebrate what we love about our neighborhood through a commitment to solving community problems, maintaining a residential community, organizing outreach events, and creating a safe, healthy, and beautiful place with opportunities for everyone: children and adults, residents and business owners, renters and homeowners.

The OCNA is open to all who reside or work in the Oak Center Historic District between the boundaries of Mandela Parkway to Highway 980 and from 10th Street to 18th Street.

The OCNA meets monthly on the first Monday of the month from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the community room of the DeFremery House at 1651 Adeline St.

You can find more details about the history and organization of the OCNA on our About page.

Get Involved

Attend an OCNA Meeting

Learn about issues impacting the neighborhood, meet your fellow neighbors, hear from local officials, and let your voice be heard.

At a typical meeting, we organize around our current issues of interest and solicit ideas for new issues to focus on.

Support Local Resources

Get acquainted with the resources in the neighborhood, attend community meetings, support local businesses, and get to know our local representatives, so that they can get to know us.


Learn Oak Center's History

Oak Center has a rich history and is lucky to have a large number of residents who have lived in the neighborhood for 50+ years.

Read about Oak Center's history, or if you already know it, help us keep it alive with stories, photos, and other archival media.

Recent Minutes

OCNA Meeting Minutes 5/4/20

Find the minutes from previous meetings on our Meetings page.