About Us

Tamarac is a subdivision in east Tulsa that fills the 12900 and 13000 blocks of East 28th Place. The 98 homes were constructed in three phases by three different builders, beginning in 1980 and ending in 1997. With lots averaging one-tenth of an acre, houses are built very near the property lines, commonly known as “zero lot line houses.” All the houses feature oyster painted siding with red brick accents, in accordance with the neighborhood design that is detailed in the Tamarac Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CCRs). Each home is individually owned and maintained. The entrance and 13 small cul de sacs are commonly owned by all of us.

The neighborhood boasts diversity in race, age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, spoken language, and disability. We are proud of our neighbors who continue Tamarac’s 41-year history by maintaining attractive homes and cooperating to make close living a positive experience.

Since 1980, our journey as a neighborhood has rested in the hands of an all-volunteer Board of Directors, who lead our Homeowners’ Association. Over the years, fewer neighbors have stepped up to volunteer. In 2019 the Board met this challenge by hiring an external management company to conduct administrative and financial duties, build neighborhood relations, support compliance with Tamarac CCRs, and oversee the maintenance of the property we commonly own. In November 2020, Green Country HOA Management assumed this role. The Board of Directors continues to meet monthly to make neighborhood decisions and direct the management company’s work. Please consider joining the Board to keep our neighborhood vital and property values rising.