The Shadow Mountain Building & Design Committee exists to serve the neighborhood by helping to ensure a continuity of design for any visible portion of our homes.
What to Know Before Replacing Your Roof.
Part of the responsibility of the Board of Directors is to maintain the quality of the living environment within the boundaries of the three (3) subdivisions that make up Shadow Mountain. No matter which Shadow Mountain subdivision your home resides in, there are a specific set of Restrictive Covenants that are attached to your deed and are filed of record with Tulsa County. Each homeowner is legally bound to uphold these Restrictive Covenants. The Restrictive Covenants vary in small ways depending on your address. These Covenants and Bylaws were put in place to ensure that a certain amount of standardization is maintained throughout the neighborhood now and in the future.
Lost & Found
If you have lost or found a pet in the neighborhood please use www.nextdoor.com to create a post, and connect with nearby neighbors.
Board meetings occur monthly, and are open to everyone. Please check the calendar of events for the date, time and location of each month’s meeting.
Tulsa County Tax Accessors Property Search
Search for property information online.