Kimberly Crossing

FAQs

Where is Kimberly Crossing?
Kimberly Crossing is located just north of Edmond Road between Kelley and Santa Fe. Find us on google maps here

What is Kimberly Crossing Like?
Kimberly crossing is a small gated community of 184 finished homes and 21 acres of common area property in Edmond, OK. The community has a mix of young families, independent adults, and older residents. The community has a small park, wildlife, creek views and is in the center of Edmond, close to UCO and downtown Edmond. Kimberly Crossing is a quiet, friendly community, where you can often see your neighbors out for a walk.

When is my garbage collected?
The City of Edmond collects garbage at Kimberly Crossing each week on Thursday. Republic Services is contracted by the City of Edmond to collect recyclables every other week on Thursday.

What is the Home Owners Association (HOA)?
The Home Owners association manages the common areas of the neighborhood (gate, flower beds, park grounds, playground, etc.). As a private gated community, the HOA also manages the neighborhoods infrastructure (street signs, roads, bridge, storm drains, storm water detention basin, etc). and works to insure that the neighborhood restrictions and by-laws are followed. It is managed by a volunteer board made up of homeowners in the neighborhood.

What if I see someone breaking a neighborhood restriction?
There is a specific form for reporting neighborhood restrictions violations on the Restrictions & Documents page.

What if I need a gate code or gate remote?
For a personalized gate code, new gate code or to have a gate remote programmed, please fill out this form. A member of the board will contact you.

Why is the Kimberly Crossing rear gate always locked?
The City of Edmond requires this gate be kept closed. The only people or groups approved to have access and use this gate are the Fire Department, other emergency services such as EMSA and the Police Department. In the event of a fire, flood or tornado, this gate could be accessed.

What if I have an emergency and need to talk to someone now?
If you have an emergency that you feel threatens your health or safety, call 911.  The contact form is the best way to get in touch with the board. However, if you’d like to speak to someone, you may contact LevelOne at (405) 849-9998, during normal business hours.

What is LevelOne, and what do they do?
LevelOne is a company contracted to help the home owners association board with community responsibilities. This includes managing bills, bank accounts, filing liens, furnishing information when homes sell, and so on.

Is there a residents meeting?
Yes, the home owners association holds monthly meetings. There is also a yearly meeting in November. All home owners and residents are encouraged to attend monthly and yearly meetings. During the yearly meeting, the budget is reviewed, new board members are elected to open positions, and issues from the residents are heard by the board. You will receive a letter and/or e-mail with the details about the yearly meeting.

What if I have a question not covered above or elsewhere on the website?
Send your questions via this formpost your question to our Facebook page, or our Facebook Group page, or in the Nextdoor app.

More Information:
If you would like additional information not found on this website, you can visit the LevelOne website. They also publish the official documentation about our community including the bylaws, CCRs, and budget.