Laurel Oaks Neighborhood Association

The name "Laurel Oaks" was derived by combining portions of the names of the 2 elementary schools serving our neighborhood, namely Laurel Mountain and North Oaks (as Caraway Elementary was named at the time of LONA's founding). Click here to view LONA's listing in the City of Austin's directory of neighborhood associations.

The Laurel Oaks Neighborhood Association is one of a number of smaller neighborhood associations that grew out of the predecessor North Oaks Neighborhood Association (NONA). We are a 100% volunteer organization. As an informal association, we have no regulatory authority and collect no dues.

Our main communication method is via our Yahoo! Group. Please join us! Or follow us on Facebook!

The LONA area is bounded by Jollyville Road, Oak Knoll Drive, Lost Horizon Drive, Rain Creek Parkway, Fireoak Drive, Texas Plume Road, and Spicewood Springs Road, and encompasses all or part of the following subdivisions:

Balcones Oaks Barrington Oaks High Sierra OaksOak ForestOak Knoll EstatesShadow Oaks Westhill EstatesWindridge

If you live within (or near) the shaded map, we are happy to consider you to be a member of the Laurel Oaks Neighborhood Association.

2019 Upcoming Events

24th Annual Egg Hunt - April 14, 2019, 3pm

Caraway Elementary School Grounds

More info here!

The Board

President - Vacant

VP - Robyn Honig

Secretary - Claire Jones

Treasurer - Sarah White

Newsletter Editor - Vacant

Email the board at

Read LONA's accomplishments from 1996 to present.


The LONA bylaws are located here.

Looking for Volunteers to Maintain our Entrance Sign!‚Äč

Are you a landscaper in the area and want to give back to the community? We're looking for a landscaper to help clean up and maintain our entrance sign. Contact us at