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UPDATED 5-24-2023
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Broken Arrow Where opportunity lives

Leave a lasting legacy through the commemorative tree program

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Arbor Day tree planting

It's Arbor Week in Broken Arrow— a time to recognize the benefits trees provide residents and future generations!

Broken Arrow is a 23-year Tree City USA member and has achieved National Certification from the Arbor Day Foundation and recognition from the Oklahoma Forestry Service and the Oklahoma Community Forest Council. 

Residents who want to leave a legacy beyond Arbor Week can participate in the City's Commemorative Tree Program. It's a way for family, friends, businesses, churches, and civic organizations to donate trees for planting in one of the City's 41 parks covering 800 acres of public land.

Donors may request the park and type of tree, such as shade, flowering, or evergreen. The kind of tree/shrub selected will be from a list of Oklahoma hardy species, including Lacebark Elm, Redbud, Crepe Myrtle, Oregon or Bosnian Pine, Chinese Pistache, Shumard Oak, Water Oak, Bald Cypress, American Holly, Trident Maple, and Shantung Maple. 

The donor will receive their tree location information, and a donor's plaque will be placed next to the tree. A commemorative tree donation is $225, with additional trees ordered at the same time available for $200 each. The City's Parks Department will plant and maintain the tree for three years. 

The City will plant Commemorative Trees ordered between Jan. 1 and June 30 in the fall and those ordered between July 1 and Dec. 31 in the spring. For more information, go to Commemorative Tree Program.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Arbor Day 2022

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City Hall 220 S. First St.
Visit ActionCenterBA.com or call 918-258-3587
to report potholes, code violations and more. 
Permits and Licensing Center: 918-259-2411

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updated 4-25-2023

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Obey school zone speed limits

The end of the 2022-2023 school year is fast approaching. The last day of classes at Broken Arrow Public Schools and Union Public Schools are May 25 and 26, respectively.

As the final weeks wind down, please continue watching your speed and paying attention to children who walk to school and back home every day.

Click the graphic below for a short public service announcement from Police Chief Brandon Berryhill of the Broken Arrow Police Department about school zone speed limits.

School zone sign


updated 4-28-2023
Broken Arrow Farmers Market for this week
click on the above link to view this weeks bulletin released 4-13-2023


new poster


Don't clog with the F.R.O.G.s


With the holiday weekend approaching, you don’t want your kitchen sink to croak, so don’t put your F.R.O.G.s down the drain.

That’s right, F.R.O.G.s (fats, rags, oil, and grease) are notorious obstructionists in sewer lines and wastewater pump stations.

When these culprits clog the sewer lines, wastewater finds the path of least resistance. It can blow back into your sink or bathtub, creating unsanitary conditions in your home and costing you thousands of dollars to clean up.

When rags, also known as “flushable wipes,” fats, oil, and grease enter the system through a kitchen sink or toilet, they are trouble for the sewer system. 

These wipes wrap around the intricate parts of the City’s pump stations, causing them to shut down. City employees remove enormous amounts of wipes by hand every week to get the system up and running again.

Sewer obstructions, such as these, clog the pump stations that carry wastewater to the City’s wastewater treatment plant. When wastewater comes out of a pump station or a manhole, it gets into our rivers, streams, and ponds and can lead to illnesses for people and animals and harm plant life. Please keep fats, rags, oil, and grease (F.R.O.G.) out of the sewer system. 

When in doubt, throw it out in the trash, do not flush it down the sink or toilet. 

Here are other non-flushable, non-drainable items to avoid putting down your sewer system:

Click this link to see what to NOT flush down the Toilet
yes!  it is a safe link!!

  • ts. Dairy products such as milk, cheese, butter, and used oil or grease. Grease solidifies when it gets cold and will adhere to pipes.
  • Cotton Swabs do not dissolve. They clump together and cause blockages in the system.
  • Paper towels. These are also clogging culprits. They do not dissolve and will clog your pipes. 
  • Dental Floss. Acts as a net catching other objects and debris in the flow. 
  • Tissues. Though they are similar, toilet paper and tissues are not the same. Tissues do not dissolve in water. 
  • Face masks, feminine products, and condoms. These items will not flush and will cause drain and sewer system blockages. 

So please don't clog with the F.R.O.G (fats, rags, oil, and grease). Keep them out of the sewer system to prevent harm to your home, the sewer system, and the environment by throwing them away in the garbage.

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City Hall 220 S. First St.
Visit ActionCenterBA.com or call 918-258-3587
to report potholes, code violations and more. 
Permits and Licensing Center: 918-259-2411

Sign up for emergency phone, text or email alerts.




 updated 4-14-2023
Good Morning Turtle Creek Homeowners

Below is an email that I received from a concerned homeowner that was signed and sent.  I am blocking the name of that person for his/her privacy.
It is an important issue as my answer will indicate.

Good Morning XXXXX,

I'm Very sorry you feel uncomfortable about paying your dues and your concern(s) over what is being done here.  

I will also see if anyone in the addition would like to host the meeting.  A 2 week notice will be given to a date, time and place for the meeting and elections.
Volunteers are always welcomed but hard to find.   About the only home we have in the addition that can accommodate about 20 to 30 members is 1400 South Chestnut Avenue.
 I will also see if any of the libraries are available or perhaps Peters Elementary school lunchroom for times and dates. 
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.  Also, if you would like to volunteer to plant flowers and/or maintain either the Louisville or the Oakridge entrance
 it would be greatly appreciated.  It is that time of the year and really needs to be done, and done right away.
I have arranged with the city of Broken Arrow to make repairs and/or replace many of the panels on West Knoxville Street,
 West Louisville Street, and about the 1100 through the 1200 block of south Chestnut Avenue. 
 The money, according to my sources,  has now been set aside to complete this project.
Why these streets were skipped is not understood but at least now they are back on the schedule.
We had to have the Louisville and Oakridge Entrances sprinkler system repaired, and in some cases replaced. (cost $900.00), Still need a timer on Louisville though. 
The mower has started on the areas along South Aspen Avenue and West Houston and should begin a weekly schedule about mid-April at a cost of $150.00 each mow.
All water, electric bills are paid monthly.  Any other maintenance projects are paid for as required when funds are available.

This is only the tip of the iceberg.  There is the enforcement of Dead vehicles, RV's, Boats, yard parking, car and/or other items parked along the street and never moved. 
 I get the calls for these and take proper action to keep these at a bare minimum but still they pop up and must be addressed, wrecked
 autos and such that instead of being repaired are simply towed home and parked in the driveway or on the street.
 If this is not addressed immediately, it quickly gets out of hand and we have dead autos, boats and RV's throughout Turtle Creek.

The Turtle Creek web site is located at www.turtlecreekba.com has plenty of information about Turtle Creek as well as the City of Broken Arrow and other items.
 I maintain this site and it is updated almost daily with new information as well as providing a list of the homeowners.  We had to stop providing a newsletter mainly due
to the cost and time involved.  Also, we stopped mailing the dues invoice, they are now hand delivered, due to the cost of postage,
 now at sixty cents per statement, not counting time and efforts to prepare, fold and stuff and seal the envelopes. 
The only invoices that are mailed now are those that own a home here but live elsewhere.

Please watch the entrances for notice of a HOA Meeting Date, time, and place. 
That notice will also be posted on the web site.  It will appear at least 2 weeks prior to the date.

I hope you will share this email with your "neighbors" so that they too will see
 a small part of what is taking place here in Turtle Creek.

Thank you for your attention and time.

Art Jiles
Turtle Creek HOA
1224 South Chestnut Avenue
Broken Arrow, Ok 74012

artjiles@artjiles.com  email
www.turtlecreekba.com  web site 

-----Original Message-----
To: artjiles@artjiles.com
Subject: Turtle creek HOA

Hello art, I just got our hoa dues. But we just want to say for ourselves and all of our neighbors, we don’t feel comfortable paying our dues until we start having our hoa meeting,
and having elections for who are our officers that are holding our neighborhood accountable for everything that goes on here.
 Please let us know and our neighborhood when our hoa meeting is and our elections.
We have to have our meeting well before the payment is due to make everyone feel more comfortable. Thank you!

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Mother's Day Magic: Events and Deals to Celebrate Mom the Way She Deserves

Public Radio Tulsa

You don't have to go far to find fun activities to celebrate your number one lady this Mother's Day. Here are a handful of shindigs that made our list:
  • Festival Fun: Check out Mayfest or Oklahoma Renaissance Festival; these outdoor experiences will surely be memorable and perfect for spending quality time with the artsy, jousting-loving mama on her special day.
  • Creative Celebrations: Check "flowers" off of your Mother's Day list at American Solera on Saturday, May 13, 2-5 pm with Les Blooms Floral Bar, where you can craft a hand-tied bouquet using local flowers or choose from ready-made arrangements while partaking in a variety of drink options, including wine flights, prosecco, and beer, alongside personal charcuterie boards.

Check out the full itinerary of celebrations HERE.



State Park

Discover a Fairytale Getaway Near Tulsa: Natural Falls State Park,

Green Country Tourism

Natural Falls State Park is a mesmerizing Okie gem that feels better suited for the backdrop of a tropical getaway than a day trip in a flyover state. Boasting a show-stopping 77-foot waterfall, scenic hiking trails, and serene natural views, this magical destination is our top spot to reconnect with nature or...get a great Instagram.
  • Go Chasing Waterfalls: The park's centerpiece, a majestic 77-foot waterfall, cascades through rocky formations in the Ozark Highlands, creating a tranquil atmosphere in the valley below.
  • Scenic Hiking: Take a leisurely hike on the 1.2-mile roundtrip Dripping Springs Trail, which weaves through the woods, over creeks, past a smaller waterfall, and descends a steep staircase to an observation deck at the foot of the main waterfall.

Learn more HERE.




Downtown Sand Springs Revamp Begins

Sand Springs

Downtown Sand Springs is finally getting a makeover! Starting Monday, the city kicks off the first phase of a three-phase downtown streetscape project to enhance the area's curb appeal and walkability. This initiative has been developing since late 2021 and will bring new life to Sand Springs' downtown.
  • Walkability Wonders: The project includes new light poles, sidewalks, and enhanced landscaping, along with a new lighted crosswalk for safer pedestrian navigation.
  • Business Boost: Besides beautifying the downtown district, the upgrades will support local businesses and events by improving accessibility and providing additional electricity for food trucks and vendors.

Follow the progress and learn more about the project HERE.





Please watch your mail box for the 2023/2024 Dues Statement.  Statements were hand delivered the week of  March 6-11, 2023

IT"S Here AT Last
Halloween 2022 in Beautiful
                              Turtle Creek                                      click top right corner for music  

   IT"S Here AT Last
 The now Famous and often copied

Turtle Creek Annual Halloween Parade
                                                                                                                                                                                           click top right corner for music

Broken Arrow Where opportunity lives


JOY that is not shared is only half enjoyed




                                                                                                                                The following article on the most colorful and best-smelling house plants is reprinted from www.houselogic.com, an
                                                                                                                                                                informational website sponsored by the National Association of Realtors.


                                                                                                                               Most air-purifying house plants put out their own sweet smell while removing the nasty ones that make your nose curl.
                                                                                                                         But just to clarify, while NASA confirms these plants do tackle toxins, they are not a cure-all for our home here on earth.
                                                                                                                                            They will remove some toxins, but since our homes are not airtight (unlike NASA’s place abodes),
                                                                                                                                                                     they can’t remove everything because the air is constantly changing.

                                                                                                                                                                      But don’t let that put you off. These air-purifying plants can make
                                                                                                                                                      a difference in your home with their sweet scents. Here are a few to get you started


·         Jasmine has a sweet odor that can calm you

·         Lavender is great at making you sleepy

·         Rosemary can help you focus and work smarter

·         Sharry Baby Orchid smells like chocolate. Delicious!

·         Mother-in-law Tongue turns carbon monoxide into oxygen

·         Devils Ivy (pothos) can cleanse air of toxic fumes

·         Mums tack on of the toughest toxins: cigarette smoke

·         Peace Lily can reduce annoying, new odors from upholstery and carpet
updated 3-21-2023


Turtle Creek

Helping Turtle Creek Look great all year long!


updated 5-22-2023

Inside Lending


Brought to you by Samuel Fowler





For the week of MAY 22, 2023






“If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.”—Yogi Berra, American professional baseball player, manager, and coach









Housing Starts rose in April for both single-family and multi-unit projects. Starts are still down from a year ago, but building has hardly stopped, with the number of homes under construction near its highest level since 1970.

With so many projects in the pipeline, builders are busy, so it was no surprise to see permits for new projects slip a tad in April. The NAHB builder sentiment index rose for the fifth straight month to its highest level since last July.

Sales of existing homes slowed in April, thanks to a less than 3 months’ supply of homes for sale, versus the 5 months of a normal market. But good news for buyers came with the median price now down 1.7% from a year ago.









MIXED SIGNALS BUT STOCKS RISE... News about the debt ceiling deal in Washington was up and down, with economic data to match, yet the up sentiment prevailed and all three stock indexes ended ahead for the week.

Traders got a weaker-than-expected Leading Economic Index and Existing Home Sales data. Retail Sales were up 0.4% in April, but basically flat after adjusting for inflation, indicating weakening consumer demand.

Yet April Housing Starts gained and manufacturing output bounced back. That data, along with lower-than-expected weekly Jobless Claims, suggest the Fed might be able to engineer a soft-landing for the economy after all.

The week ended with the Dow UP 0.4%, to 33,427; the S&P 500 UP 1.6%, to 4,192, and the Nasdaq UP 3.0%, to 12,658.

Money going to stocks sent bond prices down, the 30-Year UMBS 5.5% off 0.61, to $100.00. Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey showed the national average 30-year fixed mortgage rate edged up a tad. Remember, mortgage rates can be extremely volatile, so check with your mortgage professional for up-to-the-minute information.  

DID YOU KNOW… Good news for first-time buyers. Zonda, a building consultancy, predicts: “Buyers should expect that over the next 12 to 24 months there will be a notable increase in the number of entry-level homes available.”









NEW AND PENDING HOME SALES, GDP, INFLATION... April New Home Sales are expected to slip a bit, the same as April's Pending Home Sales index of signed contracts on existing homes. The GDP-Second Estimate for Q1 should show economic growth just barely positive. The PCE Prices read is predicted to report inflation still growing on a monthly basis.









Forecasting Federal Reserve policy changes in coming months. The futures market expects the Fed won’t do any more hiking, but won’t start cutting rates until November. Note: In the lower chart, a 9.2% probability of change is a 90.8% probability the rate will stay the same. Current rate is 5.00%-5.25%.



Jun 14  


Jul 26


Sep 20



Probability of change from current policy:



Jun 14


Jul 26


Sep 20









The popularity of platforms such as YouTube show that people flock to videos. Get past any reluctance you may have about video calls, Zoom meetings, and creating marketing videos. The fact is inescapable: video works!




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Tulsa, OK 74133

Direct 918-901-9352
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              updated 4-10-2023

7 Great Reasons To Sell Your House This Spring—and 3 Times You Might Want To Wait


While sellers typically list their homes right about now in anticipation of buyers coming out en masse, this particular season is prompting many to pause. But is holding off a mistake?




Will the Latest Mortgage Rate Drop Save the Spring Housing Market?


The reprieve should come as a relief to folks who've been sitting on the sidelines because of the steep costs of buying a home right now.


Is it enough?  




The 5 Cities Where Homes Are Flying Off the Market—and the 5 Where They're Not


The U.S. housing market has been losing steam overall—but not in these cities, where listings are selling faster than last year.


Can you guess where?  




Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent ID a Triggering Home Trend


In the latest episode of their HGTV show, the married designers spell out how to modernize this dated (and divisive) decor choice.


Reframing the message  




Inside Every Sexy Home on Season 4 of HBO's 'Succession'


Join us as we chronicle—and get the backstory on—every luxurious mansion featured on the tragicomedy's final season.


Where the Roys roost  




The (Small) Secret To Owning a House for $99 a Month


Tiny-home communities with subsidized financing options might just become the biggest housing trend of the future.


A new revolution?  




These Fun Backyard Amenities Will Rain Money When You Sell


This week, the design teams on "Rock the Block" came up with sporty yet elegant additions in the exterior spaces challenge.


Outside the box  




I'm a Travel Writer, and I Used My 401(k) To Buy My First House


In this installment of "Down Payment Diaries," one homebuyer details the somewhat unusual way she financed the deal.


What makes cents  




Our Most Popular Listing Is Puzzling People All Over


"How in the world do you get inside?!" and other mysteries surround this beach house built on stilts in St. Augustine, FL.


See the top 10  






updated 5-24-2023

updated 5-18-2023


How does this
REAL ESTATE Market of 2022
compare to 2023?

APRIL 2022
APRIL 2023

click on the above link to see the report (PDF File)
updated 5-18-2023

*reports are from the MLS Services of Tulsa, Oklahoma*

Market UPDATES  


click on the above to view, YES, it is safe!
updated 5-19-2023

brought to you by

Phillip Morrow
Mortgage Loan Officer/AMC Mortgage
NMLS No.492991, AMC Branch NMLS # 182383
7211 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa 74136

 Updated 4-28-2023  



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    updated 2-27-2023









Broken Arrow Where opportunity lives

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Cart reminders


Quote of the Week


Don’t wait to buy real estate. Buy real estate and wait.


- Will Rogers









                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Click on triangle (top right) to hear music with this slide show

Spring in Turtle Creek


                                                                                                 Turtle Creek Halloween Parade Video is HERE!


YOUR NEW 2022 Turtle Creek HOA Statements
are mailed
If YOU did not get your statement by the April
The The Following paragraph is from
"The Turtle Creek Homeowners Association Covenants"
Please take time to read and understand that the YOUR Association
has the ability to place a lien upon your property for past due Dues and the
cost to collect those dues
   M.     Mandatory Membership.  All lot owners in this Addition shall be subject to mandatory
              membership in the Turtle Creek Homeowners Association, an Oklahoma corporation,
              and shall be bound by the Certificate of Incorporation and Bylaws of Turtle Creek
              Homeowners Association, including the payment of mandatory annual dues established
              by said Turtle Creek Homeowners Association.  Turtle Creek Homeowners Association
              and/or any individual property owner may exercise any and all appropriate legal or
              equitable remedies against the real property of any person failing to pay the mandatory
              dues each year, and can maintain a suit in the District Court of Tulsa County for the
              purpose of collection of those mandatory dues.  The prevailing party in any such lawsuit
              shall be entitled to their costs of action, including a reasonable attorney's fee.

Your Dues go a long way at getting things done
 here in Turtle Creek!

YOUR dues are used to maintain the Entrance,

 Maintain and Pay for the
Sprinkler System, The Electric service, Water Service,
The Plantings and Maintenance of the Entrance,
Christmas Decorating Contest, Entrance Decorating for Christmas,
Halloween Parade and Security, The Annual Garage Sale
 and ads associated with the sale PLUS the Mowing of the Areas
 Along South Aspen Avenue and along West Houston Street,
the Newsletter and YOUR Web site


Want to know whether you have paid or not OR how
MUCH do you owe?


 (updated 5-25-2023)

The spread Sheet shows ONLY the amount due.
 IF you have paid,
 then the spread sheet will show you as "Paid" or with a "$00.00" balance

 a very big THANK YOU for YOUR help!

If you are having a problem, please email

me at artjiles@artjiles.com or call or text me at 918.258.2298 and let me know. 
Anything can be worked out, but we must know the
problem before we can find the solution.
As of November 1st the dues are considered late and become
subject to being turned over to a Collection Agency for Collection.
If that happens, it does, and will, affect your Credit Report,
So Please, take the time to send your Check.

When YOU do not pay your dues, there are repairs and/or maintenance items
that cannot be fixed or replaced.  Your dues go a long way at keeping
Turtle Creek looking great, so

Please make Check out to 


 FOR $50.00
and either mail it or drop it by
1224 South Chestnut Avenue


How much to you owe?

Please Click below


(updated 5-25-2023)

If you have a boat, an RV, a DEAD Auto or Truck, or a trailer parked in your driveway
Please remove it and do any of the below
  remove them from the driveway and park them "Behind the Fence" on an
all weather surface (not grass, not gravel) completely out of sight.
or move them to a self storage business.

below is the paragraph referred to in the Covenants of Turtle Creek

J.     Automobiles, Boats and Trailers.  Except as expressly hereinafter provided, no lot or

            parcel shall be used as a parking, display or accommodation area for any type of motor
            vehicle, boat, trailer, camper or motor-driven cycle.  The purpose of parking, display or
            accommodation area is to store or to perform any activity thereon such as, but not
            limited to maintenance, repair, rebuilding, dismantling, repainting, servicing of any kind,
            or storage, except as hereinafter provided.  Such storage or activities may be performed
            within completely enclosed garages or other structures located on the lot which screen
            the sight and sound of the activities from the street and from adjoining property in such
            a manner so as to have the storage or activity out of the public view. The foregoing
            restriction shall not be deemed to prevent the washing or polishing of such motor of such
             motor vehicles, boats, trailers, campers, or motor-driven cycles, together with those  
            activities normally incident or necessary to such washing and polishing.  No boat, trailer,
            camper, truck or commercial vehicles shall be parked at any time on or in front of any lot in
            an area visible from neighboring lots or any public street, except as such parking is
            necessary to make commercial deliveries.  All such motor vehicles, boats, trailers,
            campers, or motor-driven cycles which are stored or parked on any lot or parcel and
            which are not stored or parked in completely enclosed garage or other structure may be
            stored or parked on a side lot area and screened from public view by a fence and located
            on a concrete surface; provided however, in no event shall such storage or parking be
            beyond the front building line of the said lot or parcel.

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               This should not even be a point to raise

                                         It is just common sense, these Covenants were voted on and
                          Approved by a huge majority of 87% of the homeowners here in Turtle Creek in 2000.
                             The City of Broken Arrow adopted just about the same language in their city code. 
It is up to us to keep Turtle Creek and Broken Arrow beautiful.  A boat, a trailer, a dead car or truck, an RV has
      a special place, but it is not the driveway or the side yard or backyard of your home here in Turtle Creek.

                                If you don't agree with these Covenants, please consider moving to another area
                                                     that is more acceptable to your type of life style.

                                                                                 Without Regrets
                                                                                        Art Jiles

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                 Merry Christmas

                               Turtle Creek December 2021

                                   A Very Speical Thank You

                              To all those that decorated so well
                                      This Year


Click here for 2020 Christmas Decorating

Click here for 2019 Christmas Decorating

Click here for 2019 Turtle Creek Halloween Parade (at last)

updated 11-2-2020

Click here for 2018 Turtle Creek Halloween Parade (at last!)

Click here for 2017 Turtle Creek Halloween Parade

Best Movers in the Greater Tulsa Area

report provided by Kelli Miller with KOTV-Channel 6
click here to review
updated 10/2018


   BE KIND, Please  
      If you have pets and they are barking most of the time and YOU can hear them, so can your neighbors.
      So, in the spirit of Kindness, PLEASE do everything possible to limit their barking before your neighbors call the Police


Turtle Creek is not an AUTOMOBILE/BOAT/TRAILER Repair Center
Turtle Creek is a Quite residential Addition to the City of Broken Arrow.  While Working on the above items please considered your neighbors.


Thinking about a Buying or Upgrading or Replacing your Present Security System?
Then check these reviews courtesy of KOTV-Channel 6

Security Systems REVIEWS

(updated 10-15-2018)

Personal Note
After a recent break-in here in Turtle Creek, especially just 2 doors north of me, I purchased a 4 Camera, 1080P, Modem, wireless System.  The
views are extremely sharp, clear and in color.  You can access the system via your Smart Phone, You are notified every time there is motion detected by
the Camera(s).  You can subscribe to their services or simply monitor the activity through your phone, lap top, desk top or iPad or other devices.

I purchased the system at Best Buy for about $775.00 and paid $125.00 to have someone install and show me how it works. (well worth it the first time around)
They work on their own Battery System and they are rechargeable BUT I strong suggest that you have the System hard wired (plug into electric outlets)
This avoids trips up the ladder to take down and recharge the Battery.  I did buy an extra Battery just to have it ready when the ONLY one that I have
on a battery dies, this takes about 3 months depending on the amount of activity the camera senses.  The more it sees, the faster the battery dies.  Those over the
garage pickup motion south bound, north bound and in the driveway. The other is located towards the backyard where is watching the side garage door.

I like it and would recommend it strongly.  It is NOT the answer to prevent but rather to catch those that are up to no good or to just see who pulled up into
the driveway.

Next time you walk by the house, look way up over the garage.
 You are being watched and you just tripped the motion
updated 4-1-2019

Selecting the Appropriate Level of Care Chart
Click here to view (this is a PDF File)

updated 8-15-2018
I would suggest printing this page for easy reading


City of Broken Arrow Phone Numbers  

Emergencies               911

Police Department (non-emergency)                     918.259.8400

City Hall                                                                    918.251.5311

Fire Department                                                      918.259.8360

Animal Control                                                         918.259.8311

Action Center                                                           918.258.3587

Parks and Recreation                                              918. 259.7007

General Services                                                      918.259.8373

Court Clerk                                                               918.451.8558

Utility Payments                                                      918.259.8409

After hours Emergencies for Water and Sewer    918.259.8400

Broken Arrow Public Schools                                 918.259.4300

Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce                   918.251.1518

Emergencies               911

To see Christmas Decorating Contest Winners Click here

Christmas Decorating Contest Winners

Turtle Creek

2017 Christmas

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Services Provider Page

Have YOU checked out YOUR Service Providers Page?
Just about anything YOU need done around your home is there!
(have a service and want to be there?  send me what services you provide with
 references and we will check it out!)
update 3-14-2023
Motorcycle Safety Course
  (click on above link)

This course is designed to teach experienced riders how to survive riding on our roadways. 
The course is taught by seasoned, police motorcycle officers that know what it takes to stay safe on a motorcycle

updated 3-27-2021
I have taken this course twice and I highly recommend it to anyone that rides a Motorcycle.
You might be surprised what you will learn.  I thought that I was a good rider but this course greatly improved my abilities!



We all win when we all care!
updated 10-8-2021


UPDATED 3-19-2021

updated 3-19-2021


UPDATED 3-19-2021

Yard of the WEEK

UPDATED 3-19-2021

     Yard of the WEEK

UPDATED 3-19-2021

Making Turtle Creek Beautiful
Everyone Wins when we Care!
School THEN and NOW
Turtle Creek Homeowner's Association has had to implement a new policy.

If you have a problem or concern and want to air it out with any of the Board Members please email them or drop a note by
1224 South Chestnut Avenue with your concern or complaint BUT have the honor of signing and giving your address so
 that your concern or complaint can be properly addressed and corrected. 
Your concerns and complaints are kept private and will not be shared with anyone. 
Unsigned and/or anonymous comments will simply be ignored with no action taken.
 When they are signed with a name, address (email address too) and phone number we will make
certain that you know what action has been taken.
HAVE YOU Checked the City of Broken Arrow Crime Report Lately?
(Go back to the "HOME" page and scroll down to City of Broken Arrow Crime Report-put in your address, click on search)




Turtle Creek Homeowners Association



Art Jiles
1224 South Chestnut Avenue
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
Email:  ArtJiles@ArtJiles.com

Vice President

Pat Carr
1400 South Chestnut Avenue
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
Email:  carter.carr@cox.net





Chris Fields
1308 South Beech Court
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012


Mary Marlow
700 South Chestnut Avenue
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012

Please feel free to call any of these Members to discuss with them any problems or concerns that you might have