Oak Shores Community Association website: www.oakshores.us
Oak Shores Community Office Staff
Dennis Javens – General Manager
Stephanie Dayton – Assistant Manager
Debbie Sani – Administrative Assistant
Oak Shores Code Enforcement & Gate-Staff
Gate – 805-472-2230
Code Enforcement – 805-674-6547
Oak Shores Maintenance
Chris Marcotte – Maintenance Supervisor
Board of Directors 2013/2014
President – Randy Gillenwater
Vice-President – Steve Gasperson
Secretary/Treasurer – Rod Olguin
Director – Mike Davis
Director – David Gonzales
Director – Chris Qualls
About the community
On Lake Nacimiento, in beautiful oak covered foothills.
Four tract maps (consisting of 851 lots) have been recorded, covering a total of 328 acres.
Subdivision has been zoned “L” – Recreational Zoning as a planned, private development.
Annual taxes are based on Proposition 13 (1% of selling price) with sewer availability charge & outstanding government bonds added. (Estimate property taxes by multiplying selling price of homes by 1.3% and lots by 1.5%. Difference due to sewer charge.)
With the purchase of property at Oak Shores, owners will automatically become members of Oak Shores Community Association Inc. (OSCA), a California Non-profit Corporation. The annual dues assessed by OSCA covers staffing and maintenance costs of the facilities, such as, all greenbelt areas, boat ramps at the main marina and the west ramp, clubhouse, pool, mini golf course, campground, gatehouse and kiosk, parking areas and roads.
All private boat dock owners must pay the annual licensing fees to Monterey County. Private Marina Slip maintenance is paid for through the private slip owner’s annual assessments.
The OSCA Architectural Review Committee and SLO County must approve all new construction and/or exterior changes to properties. The committee meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month at the Clubhouse at 9:00am. Please contact the Oak Shores Office if you require more information.
Oak Shores is equipped with a fire engine, fireboat and is staffed by volunteer fire fighters. California Division of Forestry Station is approximately 10 miles away. Oak Shores is rated at “7”.
Oak Hill Market and gas station is across from Cappy Culver School and is open from 7am-9pm 7 days a week. Gasoline and limited food supplies are available at the Nacimiento Lake Marina (9 miles east) or The Bee Rock Store (3 miles east) towards Paso Robles.
Oak Shores Christian Fellowship (Non-Denominational) meets on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. at the Clubhouse.
Pastor Rodger Coale 805-423-4095
Lake – 5370 acres, 165 miles of shoreline, 16 miles long at surface elevation of 800 feet. Summertime lake temperature averages in the mid 70?s. Swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing are available to you. The lake, in 1991 was stocked with 35,000 Florida large mouth bass. Crappie, catfish, small mouth bass, white bass and blue gill are also found in the lake.
Clubhouse – 4800 sq. ft. contains kitchen facilities, dining and bar area, multipurpose room for meetings, parties (capacity 192) and dining (capacity 90), large covered deck, library room/Architectural Office and OSCA Office. The Clubhouse is available for members to rent. The charge is $200 and a $100 refundable deposit (as of January 2006). Contact the office to check on availability.
Swimming Pool – Fenced, heated swimming pool, and kid?s pool; (open Easter weekend to the end of October; weather permitting) adjoin the clubhouse and picnic area.
Marina – approximately 66 public boat slips (first-come first-serve), 144 private boat slips and 4-lane paved launch ramp with loading dock.
Campground – Provided for property owner?s use on an advanced reservation basis. Please call the OSCA gate to reserve a spot. A lottery is held for designated campsites for exclusive use from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Contact the OSCA office if you are interested in participating.
Miniature Golf – Volunteer built, 18-hole miniature golf course adjoins the basketball court.
Gated Entry – For privacy and security call guests in and reach code enforcement at 805-472-2230. After hours, code enforcement can be reached at 805-674-6547.
Gate Phone Admittance – The gate phone system has been set up for the convenience of homeowner?s who may have guest?s arriving when the gate is not staffed. From the gate phone, the guest will have the capability to dial the homeowner?s home phone, where the homeowner will then be able to open the gate by pressing 9 from their home phone. This gate phone system requires a one-time $20.00 fee payable to the Association.
Community Association Office – Located at the clubhouse. The office is open Monday through Saturday 8:00am – 4 pm. The phone number is 805-472-2233. The fax number is 805-472-2234.
Important contact information
Mailing Address -2727 Turkey Cove Road, Bradley, CA 93426
Web Site – www.oakshores.us
Office- 805-472-2233 (phone), 805-472-2234 (fax)
Entrance Gate – 805-472-2230 (phone) – 805-472-2107 (fax)
Code Enforcement (when gate is closed and after hours) 805-674-6547
Maintenance – 805-472-2000
UTILITIES: All underground.
Water – Nacimiento Water Company, a public utility.
For Service – 472-2540
Electricity – P.G. & E. provides underground service to each lot.
For Service – 1-800-743-5000
Power Outages – 1-800-743-5002
Telephone – AT&T provides service to each property.
For Service – 1-800-310-2355, Information – 411 – Repair – 611
Norcast – 805-548-8000
Internet – Norcast 805-548-8000
Ranch WiFi 805-995-4181
Sewer – Sewer system is operated by San Luis Obispo County and owned by property owners. (Annual sewer availability charge is collected with property taxes.)
SLO Sewer service – Non-emergency – 805-438-5349
Sewer Emergency – 1-800-875-3560
Trash – San Miguel Garbage 805-467-9283
For dumpster service and/or old appliance removal – Weekly pick up (each Tuesday). Rubbish fees are billed semi-annually through the Oak Shores office.
U.S.A Underground Service Alert -1-800-642-2444
(Call before you dig)
Northern Energy – 800-683-0876/831-385-3823
Wildhorse – 831-385-4827
Suburban – 805-238-1622
Veterinary services – Linda Power 805-296-7922
Located at Oak Hill Market Plaza
Oak Shores – volunteer fire department is equipped with a medical rescue vehicle, fire engine, and a fireboat. There are no hospitals within 30 miles of Oak Shores. Air ambulance services are available for serious emergencies. Please do not hesitate to call 911 if you have an emergency.
HOSPITALS and URGENT CARE:
Twin Cities Hospital – 1100 Las Tablas Rd. Templeton, 805-434-3500
Sierra Vista Hospital – 1010 Murray Avenue, S.L.O, 805-546-7600
Mee Memorial Hospital – 3000 Canal St. King City, 831-385-6000
Emergency only – 911
California Highway Patrol – 434-1822
County Sheriff – 434-4290
Nacimiento Lake Patrol – 238-2376
Road Condition – 1-800-427-7623
Lake Nacimiento Resort, 805/238-3256..Toll Free 1-800-323-3839
Lake San Antonio Resort, 805/472-2311..Toll Free 1-800-310-2313
Heritage Ranch (front gate). 805-227-6560
San Miguel & Lillian Larsen School, 805-467-3216
Cappy Culver Elementary, 805-227-1040
Flamson Middle School, 805-237-3350
Paso Robles High School, 805-237-3333
Cuesta College, Paso, 805-591-6200
Lockwood Post Office, 831-385-0286
Bradley Post Office, 805-472-2377
Paso Robles Office, 805-275-8777
Building Inspector 1-800-834-3001
Government Center 805-781-5600
Assessor – #5 Building & Planning- #3 Engineering – #7
Contractors State License Board -800-321-2752
Motor Vehicles Department 1-800-777-0133
Fish & Game 24-Hour information 1-831-649-2801
To Report Violations Only 805-238-4236
Local Fish & Game cell phone 805-610-3916
From the North
Take Jolon Road (State Highway G14), just north of King City. Drive 24 miles to Lockwood (store on the left). Turn right (still on G14) and continue 14 miles to the Oak Shores/Lynch Canyon Road sign. Turn right and drive 2.3 miles to the Oak Shores Gate.
From the South
Using Highway 101 North turn off in Paso Robles at the Lake Nacimiento/Highway 46 east turnoff. Turn left under the freeway (you will now be on State Highway G14). Continue on G14 approximately 8.5 miles to Nacimiento Lake Drive. Turn right (still on G14), you will cross the Nacimiento Lake Dam in approximately 8 miles. Continue for 1.7 miles to Interlake Road. Turn left (still on G14) and continue 6.3 miles to the Oak Shores/Lynch Canyon Road sign. Turn left, driving 2.3 miles to the Oak Shores Gate.
From the East
Using Highway 46 West or 41 West (these two highways join at Shandon as 46). Stay on 46 West to Paso Robles. Cross under Highway 101 (you will now be on State Highway G14). Continue on G14 approximately 8.5 miles to Nacimiento Lake Drive. Turn right (still on G14). You will cross the Nacimiento Lake Dam in approximately 8 miles. Continue 1.7 miles to Interlake Road. Turn left (still on (G14) and continue 6.3 miles to the Oak Shores/Lynch Canyon Road sign. Turn left, driving 2.3 miles to the Oak Shores Gate.