Help keep Brittany Oaks kids at Prairie Point

Brittany Oaks residents are invited to sign a petition to keep Brittany Oaks elementary students at Prairie Point Elementary School.  The School District is redistricting several schools in the area.

Minimizing change is one of the criteria set by the board of education for the 2018 Park Hill redistricting process, yet all the elementary scenarios move Brittany Oaks to Renner while moving students from other schools to Prairie Point.

Sign The Petition

Reminder: All trailers must be stored by October 15th

Boats, campers, and trailers are not allowed to be stored in Brittany Oaks at any time, however, accommodations are made during the summer months for temporary loading and unloading as needed. Trailers should never be left on any lot or neighborhood street for more than 2-3 days for this purpose.

After October 15th, no trailers may be parked on any lot or neighborhood street, for any reason.

Please respect your neighbors and our covenants.  and remove all trailers from your property prior to October 15th and through May 15th. NO BOATS OR TRAILERS WILL BE ONSITE DURING THIS TIME. Thank you for your cooperation.


2018 Annual Homeowners Meeting Notes

The Annual Homeowners Meeting was held on April 17, 2018, at Hope Fellowship Church.

Topics discussed were:

  • Introduction of Officers and Board Members
  • BOHA Financials
  • Officer John Lazono spoke on behalf of the Kansas City Police Department
  • Councilman Dan Fowler and Councilwoman Teresa Loar gave city updates
  • Mowing
  • Retention Ponds
  •  Landscaping front entrance and walkway to school.
  • Neighborhood Dumpster will not be continued this year.
  • Garage Sale dates are Friday and Saturday, June 8th and 9th.
  • Discussion of the clarification made concerning By-Laws last year.
Read The Entire Meeting Minutes Here

The Annual Meeting is on Tuesday, April 17th

The Annual Meeting of the Brittany Oaks Homeowners Association will be held on  Tuesday, April 17th at 7:00 pm.

Topics for Discussion:

  • Dan Fowler, City Councilman for our district, will be attending to answer questions and address concerns.
  • Officer Lozano from KCPD North Patrol will be coming to the homeowners meeting to give crime updates and answer questions.
  • Treasurer’s report and financials
  • Crime updates.
  • Neighborhood issues and projects
  • Nomination and election of new Board members
  • The announcement of dates for neighborhood dumpster days and the annual garage sale

Participating homeowners are an integral part of the decisions the BOHA is faced with and can help nominate and elect the BOHA officers and board of directors. Be sure to sign up for our email list to be notified of upcoming meetings.

As an encouragement to attend, there will be Two Drawings for Free Annual Homeowners Dues!