Oakmont Estates of Lubbock

Covenants & Restrictions

1st Amendment - Lots 58-100 Addition

2nd Amendment - Lots 101-119 Addition

3rd Amendment - Public Improvement District Information

4th Amendment - Lots 174-191 Addition

5th Amendment - Lots 120- 173 Addition

6th Amendment - The Cove At Oakmont Estates Addition

7th amendment - Lots 192 - 238 Addition

8th Amendment - Recreational Vehicle Restrictions

9th Amendment - Lots 239 - 301 Addition

10th Amendment - Article VIII, Section 3 Amendment

Election Results of November 15th Special Membership Meeting
Brian Messer (112 votes)
*John Wright (108 votes)
Jerred Hurst (103 votes)
Derek Cooper (82 votes as a write-in candidate)
Joe Bellar (78 votes as a write-in candidate)
*Blayne Beal (70 votes)
*Dustin Brooks (65 votes)
*Larry Allen (65 votes)
*Rick Derr (59 votes)

The measure to raise the annual assessment from $400 to $550 failed by a vote of 102-60.

The Oakmont Estates Property Owners Association
Board Meetings
​ Minutes:

March 13, 2018

April 9, 2018

July 9, 2018

August 6, 2018

​​September 17, 2018

September 24, 2018

November 5, 2018

​November 29, 2018

Oakmont Estates Development of Lubbock continues the tradition of being one of the most successful residential developments in the history of Lubbock.  Ken Flagg, who passed away in 2011, was part of its vision and excitement of the original development partnership. Ken was born in Oakmont, Pennsylvania, and hence the source of the name.   As a tribute to Ken’s friendship and guidance, the developers of Oakmont believe every time the name of this community is spoken, it reminds us of the professionalism, integrity, and grace of one of the men who made Lubbock what it is today. He is gone, but not forgotten.    

Oakmont Estates is such a place for homeowners to build upon this legacy; to build a home in a neighborhood with a sense of place made up of  unique streets, tree lined boulevards and pocket parks, not a “cookie-cutter” development by any means.  A neighborhood designed to hold and multiply value over generations.

​Located in the southern portion of Lubbock County, Oakmont Estates is accessible by two major thoroughfares of 114th Street and Slide Avenue. 

Oakmont Estates of Lubbock

Property Owners Association

Board of Directors Meeting

November 29, 2018

Primitive Social

905 Avenue K

2:00 PM



Please Use to submit your request for any structural changes to your Oakmont Estates Property



The Board of Directors met on November 29th, and discussed the various issues and concerns presented at the recent Membership Meeting.  A budget was approved on November 15th at the Membership Meeting, and because of this, the Board felt it necessary to implement the following action.

As required by the Dedicatory Documents and the By-Laws created for the Oakmont Estates of Lubbock Property Owners Association, Inc., notice must be made to each voting member of the Association of the Per-Lot Regular Assessment Amount on or before 30 days of when the Assessment becomes due.  In its November 29th Board meeting, the Board of Directors for the Oakmont Estates POA elected to increase dues by 15% for 2019, as allowed by the governing documents for the POA.  (Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions Article V, Section 2, Paragraph 2, Page 21)

The Per-Lot Regular Assessment for 2019 will be as follows:

  • $460.00 - Completed residence
  • $200.00 – Vacant Developed Lot* (for the first 24 months after purchase)

The approved 2019 Budget has been posted.
Board of Directors
Oakmont Estates of Lubbock Property Owners Association


Architectural Review Committee Meetings

ARC Meeting 5-17-18

ARC Decisions 9/25/18 - 11/5/2018