• Jun

      24

      2021

    City Commission Meeting on Monday 6/26 – Join the discussion

    The City Commission will meet June 28th. Check out the agenda here.   We have posted a message in the community forums (Member Area –> Member Forums –> Community Issues) or click link here. We know issues like this can generate differences of opinions and would like to open the discussion up to anyone interested. Join the discussion in the forums.   Jim K.

    • Jun

      10

      2021

    HARB Meets June 17th

    The Historic Architechural Review Board will meet this month and several of the properties on the agenda might be of interest to the neighborhood. See agenda here.

    • Jun

      03

      2021

    Tree Planting Available for Free

    St. Augustine Will Plant Trees In Front Of Homes For Free By BILL BORTZFIELD • 16 HOURS AGO ShareTweetEmail A view of Downtown St. Augustine as seen from the western base of the Bridge of Lions. BILL BORTZFIELD / WJCT NEWS The city of St. Augustine is following in Jacksonville’s footsteps by offering homeowners a free tree, with planting included. St. Augustine is launching its Tree Canopy Enhancement Program, which encourages homeowners to apply to have a tree planted in the right-of-way in front of their home or on their private property. Homeowners can apply online from June 1 through August 31, with a choice of nine […]

    • May

      19

      2021

    Dog Rose Event Immortalized in Animoto

    Thanks to Susan Fajen we have some pics of our very successful first outing of the 2021 social calendar. Hope everyone enjoyed the event and will enjoy some of the pictures. Animoto link Jim

    • May

      10

      2021

    Social Committee Calendar for 2021

    The Social Committee has released their 2021 Calendar to help bring the neighborhood out of the Covid doldrums. Come out and join your neighbors.

    • Feb

      10

      2021

    Special Meeting about Sebastian Inland Harbor PUD

    David Birchim will be our special guest for an OCSNA Q & A forum via Zoom on February 11 at 6pm concerning the Sebastian Inland Harbor PUD. The Sebastian Inland Harbor PUD will be a major development at the corner of Riberia and Sebastian Harbor Drive. As Riberia is a major entry and exit corridor for the Old City South and Lincolnville neighborhoods, commercial development along Riberia directly affects our neighborhood. The owners of the property zoned under this PUD are asking the City Commission to approve changes to the terms of their PUD on Monday, February 22. The purpose […]

    • Jan

      22

      2021

    2020 OCSNA Holiday Greetings video

    Here is a link to the 2020 OCSNA Holiday Greetings video. Enjoy:

    • Mar

      14

      2020

    2020 OCS Spring Neighborhood Meeting Cancelled

    With the confirmation of the first St. Johns County COVID-19 case a couple of days ago, and after consulting with City Manager John Regan, the OCSNA board has decided to cancel our Spring Neighborhood Meeting, which was set for next Thursday evening, March 19 at the Corazon. As most of our attendees fall into the 60s – 80s year old population, which is most vulnerable if exposed to the virus, we feel that cancellation of the meeting is the most prudent course of action. We don’t want to endanger our friends and neighbors needlessly, especially when much of what we […]

    • Oct

      20

      2019

    OCS Fall Social is on this Sunday afternoon (10/20/19), rain or shine!

    Hi Neighbors! Well, this afternoon, I loaded up my Honda Pilot with portable tables, high tops, coolers, a few extra chairs and boxes of paper plates, plastic cups and plastic cutlery, and dropped it all off over at Fred and Lynda Hathorn’s house at 335 St. George. It’s the eve of the OCS Fall Social, we’re almost ready, and tomorrow afternoon’s potluck is on, rain or shine! If you’re new to the neighborhood, come on out and meet your new neighbors. If you’re a long time OCS resident, come on out to reconnect with old friends and to make some new acquaintances. And you […]

    • Sep

      01

      2019

    St. Johns County has ordered mandatory evacuation for the City of St. Augustine as of 8am Monday, Sept. 2

    “September 1, 2019 For Immediate Release St. Johns County to Open Evacuation Shelters and Issue Mandatory Evacuation for Zones A and B St. Johns County, Fl – Due to intensified conditions of Hurricane Dorian, St. Johns County has issued mandatory evacuation orders effective for 8 a.m. on Monday, September 2 for Evacuation Zones A and B, which includes the entire City of St. Augustine, the City of St. Augustine Beach, and those living on waterfront property or in flood-prone areas. In addition, the County has ordered evacuations for Hastings and Flagler Estates. For evacuation information, including route maps and evacuation […]

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