Community Info 2023-04-15T10:41:32-05:00

Green Spaces

IronStone has several common spaces across the neighborhood. Currently, there is one green space that has been developed to include a playground and swings, a full-size basketball court and gazebo.

The remaining common spaces are in discussion about how to best use our dues to maximize their potential.


We have plans for gatherings and block parties, neighborhood garage sales and several other events that we hope to host annually to bring our community together. We are a relatively new HOA, but look forward to providing many memorable events in the coming future.

Board & Committees

Are you someone who likes to be in the know and help plan the success of the neighborhood? We have an active HOA board and have started creating smaller HOA committees to better our neighborhood! Please let us know if you’re interested in joining!

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Trash Pickup

Trash pickup occurs on Tuesdays. If a City holiday falls on collection day, it will be picked up on a designated make-up day

With your OKC Utility account you should receive two trash bins. If you wish to have additional bins there will be extra charges.

  • Always set out your trash, recycling or bulky waste no later than 6 a.m. on your assigned collection day. You can set out regular trash and recycling the night before service, and bulky waste up to three days before your service date.
  • For all questions and best practices, see the City of Oklahoma City Trash Services pages.

Was your trash missed?

Visit okcutilities.com or call (405) 297-2833 to report it within the first 48 hours, or you may have to wait until the next collection cycle. Crews will return for missed trash or recycling within one business day. For bulky trash, it may take up to three business days for crews to return.

Damaged Bin?

If carts are worn out, damaged or stolen, the City will repair or replace them. Just call (405) 297-2833 to request a repair or replacement.

My Trash Day

Unsure about the next trash, recycling or bulky waste pick-up date? Find all your answers on the My Trash Day City page!

Recycling Pickup

Recycling is picked up every other Monday. See the My Trash Day page from the City of OK website for specific calendar days. It is typically picked up later in the day than the regular trash pickup.

Bulky Waste

Bulk Waste Pickup occurs on the first Monday of every month. Almost any big junk or debris that won’t fit in your Big Blue can be collected as part of the City’s monthly bulky waste program. Bulky waste collection is included as part of your regular trash and recycling services.

Visit the City of Oklahoma City Bulky Waste information page for guidelines and regulations.

Public Schools Information

IronStone is in the Edmond School district. Click here for a school district boundary map.


*This FAQ has been updated as of 04/2023.*

The board has compiled a list of frequently asked questions. If you would like to know anything else, please contact us!

Can solar panels be installed on homes? 2022-09-07T09:58:13-05:00

Solar panels are permitted, but are not allowed to be installed on any roofline that faces the street. Plans should be sent to the HOA Board for approval before installation to be safe.

8.1.13. No outside television or radio antenna shall be erected, installed or maintained on any Lot, or on any Structures thereon, except that an outside television or radio antennae and any of its supporting apparatus combined will not exceed three foot (3′) in length, and will not exceed three foot (3′) in height above the roof or chimney of the Structure. Solar panels shall not be visible from the streets.
Will there be a neighborhood pool? 2023-04-15T10:44:06-05:00

The HOA board has received quotes and land assessments based on our available green spaces for installation of a pool and has concluded that it will not be possible for IronStone to accommodate a pool. For requirements of space, including parking and accessibility, none of the available spaces can accommodate a pool structure and the required amenities. Beyond space availability, the costs for installation and maintenance would require a raise in price for annual dues.

Assessment for a splash pad has also been reviewed, but due to available land, parking requirements, installation and maintenance cost, the size of our neighborhood and annual dues income cannot accommodate a splash pad.

Are there rules for painting house numbers, sports team logos, etc. on the curb? 2022-09-07T10:07:51-05:00

There are currently no regulations regarding custom house numbers, logos, or other designs on the curb of your house.

What are the tree and planter bed requirements? 2022-09-07T10:21:50-05:00

Each interior lot is required to have at least one tree, at least 3″ caliper diameter, visible from the street. Each corner lot is required to have no less than two trees at least 3″ caliper diameter planted and maintained, visible from street.

Each lot is also required to have planter beds with shrubbery visible from the street.

8.1.6. On each interior Lot there will be no less than one tree and on each corner Lot no less than two trees of at least three-inch caliper diameter planted and maintained all to be visible from the street. On each Lot there shall be planter beds with shrubbery visible from the street. All areas of the lawn shall be sodded with slab sod and maintained. Landscaping requirements shall be in compliance prior to occupancy of the residence.
8.1.15. The front yard of each Lot shall be kept only as a lawn, including trees, flowers and shrubs. No trees or shrubs shall be located on any Lot which blocks the view of operators of motor vehicles so as to create a traffic hazard. No sculpture or lawn ornaments of any kind will be permitted in yards visible from the street.
What are the rules about installing basketball goals? 2022-09-07T10:25:41-05:00

Basketball goals may be placed in a driveway but not on the street or attached to a house.

8.1.7. Basketball hoops, goals and other recreational equipment attached to the home or garage are prohibited. Basketball hoops, goals shall be of the freestanding type and shall remain behind the property line of the lot at all times.
Can boats, RVs, or trailers be parked in driveways? 2022-09-07T10:29:51-05:00

No boats, trailers, pick up campers or recreational vehicles should be parked or stored on any street or lot.

8.1.11. No Structure other than a dwelling house shall be used at any time as a residence, either temporarily or permanently. No vehicles of any kind or nature shall be parked on the street or on any Lot except in designated parking areas or driveways except as in the case of commercial vehicles as stated below. No boats, trailers, pick-up campers or recreational vehicles shall be parked or stored on any street, or on any Lot except in a garage or parked on the rear areas of the driveway, behind the building line, and concealed from the street. No commercial vehicles shall be parked on any street or Lot longer than is reasonably necessary for the driver thereof to perform the business functions to which the commercial vehicle relates. Parking areas designated for common areas shall not be used for vehicle storage or overnight parking.
What are the requirements for a shed built in a backyard? 2023-04-15T10:45:59-05:00

There are currently very limited rules stated in the governing documents about shed structures. Please be considerate of your neighbors and contact the Board with design plans prior to building.

What are the street and sidewalk parking rules? 2022-09-07T11:17:46-05:00

Because the streets are public property, parking concerns within a neighborhood are often not within the scope of the HOA boards ability to enforce. It is a policy of the HOA board to only address parking concerns when a formal complaint is filed by another resident. We encourage you to speak to your neighbor if you have concerns, but the board will make attempts to contact a neighbor on your behalf if needed.

We ask first and foremost to be considerate of your neighbors when making any parking choices on the public streets. For example, if a large vehicle blocks the sidewalk, you may perhaps park in the street during the day and only block the sidewalk overnight by parking in your driveway.

We recognize that temporarily parking on the street may be needed, but kindly ask that there be no overnight on-street parking.

We also ask that all neighbors follow the City of Edmond Parking General Regulations. Below are highlights relevant to IronStone and parking concerns.

10.68.010 – Parking Rules. At any time it shall be unlawful to permit any vehicle, trailer, or thing, motorized or not, which impedes vehicular or pedestrian traffic to stand in any of the following places, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic control device:
(b) In a marked crosswalk.
(d) Within thirty feet (30′) of a traffic signal, beacon or sign on the approaching side.
(e) Within twenty feet (20′) of any intersection or designated crosswalk.
(h) At any location where the vehicle would block any portion of a public or private driveway.
(k) On any sidewalk or pedestrian pathway.
What are the residential fence guidelines? 2022-09-07T10:56:03-05:00

Property perimeter fences should not exceed 6’6″ in height. All property perimeter fences which face a street shall have the facing side of the fence towards the street. No chain link fencing is permitted.

Under Oklahoma law, both neighbors are equally responsible for the upkeep and repairs of their boundary fences. Because the fence straddles the property line, neither homeowner is entirely responsible for it – its repair and upkeep are generally considered to be a joint effort. This means that if one neighbor makes repairs to the fence, they can reasonably request a 50% reimbursement from the neighbor on the other side.

If a fence that shares a property with a common space is in need of repair or replacement, please contact the board.

8.1.3. Property perimeter fences shall not exceed six feet six inches in height, wood fencing shall have a dog-eared top, steel posts and shall not impede surface drainage unless otherwise approved in writing by the Declarant. All property perimeter fences facing any street shall have the facing side of the fence facing the street. At no time will chain link fencing be placed on any Lot.