Edmond Sun and ENA Host Chili Dinner November 30

ENA will hold a city-wide chili dinner at the American Legion with the Edmond Sun for all Edmond Neighborhoods and residents. In addition to lots of great food we will be presenting awards for the sunniest neighbor and the best HOA newsletter. 

Edmond Beautiful will also be presenting the 2017 Golden Gate award for the best neighborhood entrance to Arbor Creek HOA, a development northeast of 2nd and I-35. Last year's winners were Borgata and Faircloud.



HOA Newsletter Contest and Edmond SUNniest Neighbor

Contest Rules
The Edmond Neighborhood Alliance and the Edmond SUN work together on this effort to select our Best Neighborhood Newsletter in Edmond and to select the honorees from nominations for the Edmond SUNniest Neighbor Contest.
Regular internal communications are key to insuring residents are informed and helps make your neighborhood special place to live.
All neighborhood newsletters, facebook, websites or email groups like Nextdoor help keep residents informed about HOA activities, clean

Santa Claus is comin' to Town December 9th

Meet Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Senior Center Mitch Park Dec 9th at 1pm.

Santa is collecting toys for Angel's Foster Care children.  This event at the MAC is hosted by the Oak Tree Park HOA and any neighborhood can participate.  Children need to bring a toy for a foster child.  We encourage each neighborhood to bring some cookies and drinks.

For more information please call 255-4028.  Thanks for supporting this annual event for Foster Care Kids.


May 16, 2014 3 former mayors gain enough signatures for sign vote James Coburn The Edmond Sun The Edmond Sun Fri May 16, 2014, 04:03 PM CDT EDMOND — A petition attracted 1,109 signatures to put to the vote of the people whether the City of Edmond should eliminate allowing all future electronic sign requests in city limits, said attorney Randel Shadid. Shadid is one of three former mayors including Dan O’Neil and Saundra Naifeh who instigated the petition drive in April. The petition is a response to the City Council’s Jan. 13 vote to allow EMC signs in commercial zoning districts.


Meeting of ex-Mayors' minds Ray Hibbard , Publisher Edmond Life & Leisure You have perhaps noticed the free flowing controversy building here in Edmond. Numerous articles and broadcasts have been highlighting a recent action taken jointly by three former Edmond mayors. The information has been free flowing because a professional media consultant was engaged to help them prepare and distribute news releases on the issue at hand.