Flaming Oaks is a beautiful neighborhood nestled in an oak-hickory forest about 5 miles east of the OU campus, half-way to Lake Thunderbird. It lies to the northeast of the intersection of East Lindsey and 60th Streets. Nestled inside the Norman city limits, but with a rural feel, Flaming Oaks may be just what you’re looking for if you enjoy gardening or working outdoors, if you delight in attracting a variety of backyard birds, if the sight of an occasional fox, deer, or turkey makes your day, or if you enjoy looking up at night and discerning the Milky Way from your own front yard.
The Flaming Oaks Homeowners Association serves residents primarily through the maintenance and repair of neighborhood roads. The FOHA provides ways for residents to communicate with each other and address common issues in a friendly, coordinated and collaborative way. FOHA activities include volunteer workdays, special events, and an annual meeting. A neighborhood covenant provides for a Board and an Architecture committee to protect property values by ensuring consistent standards of development and maintenance.
To protect the privacy of Flaming Oaks residents, the pages on this website are password protected. If you are a resident, contact your block representative or any member of the Board of Directors for the password to log in. If you are not a resident, but considering purchasing a home in the Flaming Oaks neighborhood, contact us:
Kerry Magruder, President
Flaming Oaks Homeowners’ Association
P.O. Box 156, Norman, OK 73070-0156