The following sections list information, directions, phone numbers, and web links that you may need to help your move into our neighborhood go more smoothly.
Our community is fortunate to have a neighborhood watch program. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every other month at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall of the Oakdale Baptist Church at 231 Oakdale Road. We hope you will participate in this program as it is set up for the benefit of everyone in our area.
The bus stops at the entrance to Oak Court, Warlick Road, Bambi Trail, Whitetail Way, and Deer Creek Court. The morning bus runs at approximately 6:30am; the afternoon elementary bus at approximately 3:00pm; and the afternoon high school bus at approximately 4:00pm.
Trash Disposal—Individual trash bins are assigned to each home in our development. Cherokee County Solid Waste comes every Friday morning to pick up all household trash. Only household trash can be thrown into the trash bins. If it is not household trash, It must be taken to the Cherokee County Landfill.
Animal Control—Any animal running loose in our neighborhood is a violation of the owner's lease. All animals must be chained or fenced according to Cherokee County law. If you experience problems with an animal running loose, please contact animal control officers at (864) 487-8529.
Mail Delivery—Mail is delivered Monday through Saturday. Oak Court, Warlick Road, Emily Lane, Whitetail Way, and Bambi Trail have sets of mailboxes at the entrance to the roads. Persons living on Oakdale Road, Deer Creek Court and Acorn Drive must provide their own mailboxes.
Heating and Cooling Systems—All heating and cooling systems are inspected and cleaned before any resident moves into a home in our community. If you are on a one year lease and you have problems with your system, pleae call the office immediately. We will contact a service person immediately. Please keep in mind that we have no control over the schedule of an outside contractor, but your problem will be dealt with as soon as possible. If you are renting to own, you are responsible for all maintenance issues that arise. You may call any heating and air company you wish.
Smoke Detectors—We furnish each home with smoke detectors. You are responsible for changing the batteries in your smoke detectors as needed. When the batteries get low, the detector usually emits a chirping sound.