Spring 2023 Garage/Yard Sale

Have too much stuff? Want to buy stuff? 

Back by popular demand! Oak Hills is having another Multi-Family Garage Sale!

DATES: Friday and Saturday, March 17-18, 2023

TIME: 9am – 5pm (times vary by household)

LOCATION: Various homes in Oak Hills as shown below. Street signs will be available for most homes. We will keep this event updated as households are added.

Participating homes can be found on these streets:
-Winterwood Pl.
-Westboro Dr.
-Greensboro Dr.
-Laurel Hill
-Winnetka Rd.
-Edgevale Dr.
-Lakeridge Dr.
-Oakridge Dr.
-Moss Oak Dr.
-Northhaven Dr.
-More being added. Look for the signs!

If you live in Oak Hills and would like to participate in the sale, please fill out this form https://form.jotform.com/222185347094054

All households set their own hours and are responsible for obtaining a directional garage sale sign and a garage sale permit at HEB or from the City website at https://sanantonio.gov/CES/Permits-Licenses/Residential (no city website account required)

We look forward to seeing our neighbors at the sale! 

2023 Annual Meeting & OHCA Board Elections

We look forward to seeing our neighbors at our Annual Meeting & OHCA Board Elections

WHEN: SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. 2023 from 1 PM – 3 PM

6739 Callaghan Rd, San Antonio, TX 78229

Meet Your Neighbors * Elect Your Board Members * Learn about 2023 Events & Updates * Get Involved

This event is FREE!

We are asking for residents to RSVP below so we may provide an accurate headcount for the event.

RSVP for our FREE Annual Meeting:

Board members will be elected during this Annual Meeting.


If you would like to nominate a neighbor or be considered for a board position, please email us.

CPS Contractors in the Area

During the last week of December 2022, some residents were surprised when a man in a yellow vest came to their door asking to inspect their gas meter. The man drove a small white car with a car magnet displaying his company information, Southern Cross. One of our Board Directors came into contact with the man and reached out to CPS to verify that the company was ligitimate. They confirmed the company was a contractor and that the purpose was to ensure functionality of the meter and also to check for corrosion or damage. The routine inspections will continue for the foreseeable future, likely, with various companies. They further stated that the contracted company would be in our area for the next couple of weeks. When asked if they sent any notifications about these inspections, CPS stated that they had not sent any communication. Feedback was provided to them that they should alert our residents about forthcoming inspections by mail, email, and/or text according to their preferences in their account. The Board hopes that they will take note of this for the future.

The CPS respresentative was friendly and confirmed that it was the right thing to do to call them as there are many scams, particularly during the holidays when people are home. Here are some suggestions on what to do when someone comes to your home:

  • Do not let anyone inside your home.
  • Communicate via a doorbell security camera or use a latch to open the door just enough to speak.
  • Be polite and speak in a calm but firm tone.
  • Ask to see their ID and note their name.
  • Contact the company to verify the worker.
  • Never indicate that you are alone if someone is not at home with you.
  • Some suggested language (modify to suit your situation): “My spouse and I are in the middle of a project right now. Let me ask if this is a good time. We would like to verify you with CPS first. Could you please return later? Give me a moment to get the key so that I can unlock the gate and we can go look together.”
  • If you feel unsafe call the police.

We hope that this provides some peace of mind to those that are affected. Share this post with a neighbor and help us get the word out. Look for a newsletter in the coming weeks with more safety tips. You may also be interested in reading our Neighborhood Watch page.