A neighborhood many Oregon families love to call home. First and foremost, the Association strives to preserve home values and quality of life by maintaining Jackson Oaks as a high-quality residential community. This unique neighborhood situated between two creeks, bordered by rural farmland on the outskirts of the City of Central Point, offers a prime suburban setting and many convenient area amenities. Central Point has good access to the City of Medford and surrounding communities while providing a smaller hometown feel. Whether it is the local county fair, well-attended High School football games or concerts at the Britt Festival in nearby Jacksonville, the Central Point area is a welcoming community.

Please use the Contact Us link if you have a question, looking for general information, or want to report a problem.

Jackson Oaks Neighborhood AssociationP.O. Box 3410Central Point, OR 97502

For association dues billing questions

Granger Accounting & Tax ServiceDenise Granger650 East Pine St.Suite 103Central Point, OR 97502541-665-7005grangeracct@charter.netLicense # 26213-C

Do you have changes you want to have approved for your property? This Web Based form allows homeowners to start the process quickly and efficiently.

The Event Calendar is an action plan based on the calendar year which assists the board in organizing and completing association business effectively. It also advises owners and residents well in advance, so they can plan accordingly.

Included in this section are Governing Documents such as Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws and Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s). Plus additional documentation such as Newsletters and Flyers.

This map includes the 116 lots in the Jackson Oaks Neighborhood Association.

Click on the link above to view past Newsletters and sign up for the electronic version of the Newsletter.

Renting or Leasing a Home

The purpose of this section is to improve communication and raise awareness of the neighborhood rules and procedures to assist rental owners, rental companies and tenants. In addition this information will be used to provide tenants a neighborhood welcome package and for emergency contact. Owners are obligated to provide the Association, per the Landlord Standards Policy, with tenant information using the Rental & Leasing Tenant Information form.

It’s important to note that an Association has no direct authority over tenants. It does, however, have certain authority over the homeowners relative to the governing documents and may exert that right when it comes to enforcing the Association’s covenants, policies and rules. This disconnect creates some practical problems for the board in communicating with tenants since there is always a middle person to deal with. In most cases the landlord will be the first point of contact and the person held responsible.

The support of all of our neighbors in complying with the neighborhood rules is important to the success of our community. Covenants ostensibly ensure that our residential area will remain a desirable one to live in and the properties contained therein will retain their value.

Tenants’ rights are protected under the Fair Housing Act as well as state landlord-tenant laws. Policies or rules that violate any rights protected by state or federal law are not legal and cannot be enforced. That said, tenants do have a responsibility to live up to the rental/lease agreement they signed, which should require compliance with all Association governing documents, as well as local and federal laws.