Our Story

Snellville, Georgia, was well-known for its famous old Red Oaktree, which was located not far from the subdivision. “The National Arborist Association and the International Society of Arboriculture jointly recognize this significant tree in this bicentennial year as having lived here at the time of the signing of our Constitution,” reads a plaque that has stood by the tree since 1987. Unfortunately, the oak tree was rotting and had to be taken down in December 2020. To remember the great red oak tree, our community was named after it.

Our Community

Living in a high-quality neighborhood with all of the amenities you desire is a significant advantage. The Oaktree Homeowners Association oversees a secure, family-friendly subdivision that makes you feel like a part of the community. Most homeowners want to live in a nice neighborhood without having to pay excessive dues and fees. The Oaktree HOA provides its residents with a great balance of affordable housing and essential amenities, particularly the swimming pool and tennis courts. We plan to add a full playground in the spring of 2022 and hope to reach an even higher level of resident satisfaction by providing additional options for paying dues and obtaining/submitting paperwork.

Things to Do in Snellville

Snellville has a wide range of recreational opportunities. Local parks have lighted tennis courts, soccer fields, sand volleyball courts, playgrounds, picnic areas, and swimming pools. The nearby Lenora Park and Disc Golf Course is a large disc golf course that spans 112 acres of land. It also has a water park with a lazy river, a children’s area, and slides. There are also playgrounds, baseball and softball fields, and a fishing lake.

What We Do

Oaktree Homeowners Association, Inc, like most homeowners associations, exists to manage events and preserve the value of the homes in the neighborhood. We organize a variety of social and community events, as well as presentations, to enhance the homeowner experience. We also send out a newsletter on a regular basis to communicate important updates and will accept dues payments through their new website.

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote a sense of community , enhance the livability, safety, welfare and interest of the owners. To preserve and enhance property values and quality of life through the prudent use of resources for the benefit of all who live, visit or work in our community.

Board of Directors

Meet our board of directors that work hard to ensure we have a safe and peaceful neighborhood.

Roslyn Turner

– President

Julie Hughes

–  Treasurer

Terri Guy

– Cops Director

Aisha J. Johnson

– Hospitality director

Byron Benjamin

– APPC Director