About OHCA


Oak Hills is one of San Antonio’s best kept secrets in home ownership.  The neighborhood is comprised of over 445 homes in a park like setting.  Although once considered “country”, homeowners now have convenient access to shopping, medical facilities, restaurants, parks and hotels.  Oak Hills is conveniently located close to loop 410 and I-10.  Whether you are a visitor or a resident, take a tour, and we think you will agree Oak Hills is a great place to call home.

The Oak Hills Citizens Association (OHCA) was started in 1982 by the homeowners of the Oak Hills Subdivision. The general purpose of the association is to unite the citizens of Oak Hills through civic, social, and cultural endeavors for the common good, well-being, and neighborly concern of its residents.

The OHCA, is a voluntary organization with an elected Board of Directors. The Board members are elected at an annual neighborhood meeting in January, donate their time and expertise for the benefit of the OHCA. Annual voluntary membership fees of $50 per home are used to provide funding for:

  • Publishing and mailing the quarterly newsletter, The Acorn which is sent to all homeowners
  • Website maintenance and e-newsletters emailed to our active mailing list
  • Announcement signs for events at neighborhood entrances
  • New resident packets
  • 2 Resident decals for your cars
  • A bi-annual resident directory that is updated, published and mailed to all OHCA members
  • A sponsor to the Trap-Neuter-Release program and Pet Registry
  • Refreshments/entertainment for quarterly membership meetings held January, April, July, and October.

The meetings are generally held either in the homes of residents or a neighborhood restaurant. When meetings take place at a residence, we enjoy a potluck dinner, a brief business meeting, an informative presentation of interest to residents, and socializing.