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News and announcements regarding the Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association

Spring Garage Sales May 9-11

The Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association Spring Garage Sales take place Thursday through Saturday, May 9-11, 2019. This year we are partnering with our neighbors at the Pine Lake Heights Homeowners Association. Dozens of families w…

Get Scary at Clark Jeary

The Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association's 2018 "Clark Jeary Trick-or-Treat" takes place Tuesday, Oct. 30, from 6-7:15 p.m. at the Clark Jeary retirement community. Join the residents of Clark Jeary for a fun evening …

Slow it down!

One of the biggest complaints the Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association Board of Directors receives is people speeding through the neighborhood. Please remember that the speed limit for all residential streets in Lincoln is 25 mph. …

Swim Party at Star City Shores

Time for some swimming! The annual Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association Swim Party takes place Thursday, Aug. 2, at Star City Shores located at 4375 S. 33rd St. We have the pool all to ourselves from 8:30-10 p.m. All Grainger…

Bridge to somewhere

Come check out the newest addition to the neighborhood! Work on the bridge is now complete at your Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association's pond and commons area located just east of 27th Street on Grainger Parkway. …

You're invited to our Fourth of July Parade

The Grainger O'Shea Homeowners Association's annual Fourth of July Parade will take place on Wednesday, July 4, with the parade beginning at 10 a.m. at Cavett Elementrary School and winding its way to Clark Jeary. Hope you can join…

Annual Meeting set for June 12

The Grainger O'Shea Homewoners Association annual meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 12, at the Horizons Community Church located at 3200 Grainger Parkway. Key discussion items will include the annual budget, change in investments …

Spring Garage Sales May 10-12

The 2018 Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association Spring Garage Sales take place Thursday through Saturday, May 10-12. Dozens of families will be hosting garage sales at their homes, so tell all of your friends and pass the word around…

Dues deadline is March 31

The deadline to pay your 2018 Grainger O'Shea Homeowners Association dues is Saturday, March 31, 2018. Dues not paid on or before March 31 will incur an additional $20 late fee as per the GOHA covenant. If you have not made your 2018 d…

Our rink got some ink!

Our pond made the newspaper last week! Just remember to be safe. • Skate only where you are sure the ice is strong enough to withstand your weight. • Always check for cracks, holes and other debris. • Before setting out on…

Halloween Trick or Treat happens Oct. 30

The Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association Fall 2017 "Halloween Trick or Treat" takes place Monday, Oct. 30, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Clark Jeary Retirement Community located at 8401 S. 33rd St. Wear your costumes and …

GOHA 2017 Spring Garage Sales May 11-13

The 2017 Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association Spring Garage Sales take place Thursday through Saturday, May 11-13. About two dozen families will be hosting garage sales at their homes, so tell all of your friends and pass the word …

Updated GOHA Dues Policy

Since its founding in 2003, the Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association annual dues have remained at the original amount of $75 per year. Since that time, our three largest expenses—mowing, accounting and insurance—have do…

Halloween Party

Everybody is invited to start their week off at the annual Grainger O’Shea Homeowners Association neighborhood Halloween Party. The event takes place on Monday, Oct. 24, from 6-8 p.m. at Clark Jeary Retirement Community located at 84…

Fall Lawn Care

Mowing and Watering– Continue to mow and water as needed. You should lower the mower blade to the lowest setting for the last few cuts to reduce the amount of grass that will brown during the winter. Aeration and Fertilization&nd…

Pond Talk

No unauthorized motor vehicles are allowed in the pond area. This includes motor bikes. We ask that you not dump any turtles or domestic fish in the pond. All fishing is strictly catch and release. …

Bike Path Etiquette

When using the bike paths, please pass others on the left. Just like on the road, faster trail users should pass slower users on the left. Give an audible warning with a bell or call out “Passing on your left” when approaching.…