Welcome to Oaks North Community Center, Inc.
Oaks North Community Center, Inc. is the master association of a 55+ adult community with 14 individual residential areas. Oaks North is part of the master-planned development of Rancho Bernardo, within the city limits of San Diego, 26 miles northeast of downtown.  The Community Center serves as the social and recreational hub for 1,963 single family and condominium homes in the association.  
Phone:  858-487-0120
Center Hours
Community Center Regular Hours
Open 7 days per week
Monday-Sunday: 7:30 AM -10:00 PM
(pool/spa close 9:00 PM)
(locker rooms close 9:30 PM)
Center Office Regular Hours
Monday-Thursday  9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday  9:00 am to 4:00 pm
CLOSED DAILY for lunch between 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM
Office closed on Saturday and Sunday
Community Center Holiday Hours
New Year's Day - Office and Center closed
Memorial Day - Office closed and Center open 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Independence Day - Office closed and Center open 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Labor Day - Office closed and Center open 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Thanksgiving Eve - Office and Center close at 2:00 PM
Thanksgiving Day - Office and Center closed
Christmas Eve (Dec 24) - Office and Center close at 2:00 PM
Christmas Day (Dec 25) - Office and Center Closed
New Year's Eve (Dec 31) - Office and Center close at 2:00 PM
Upcoming Events
No Events at this time.
Keeping You Informed
Board president Linda Freemott has posted a new Keeping You Informed. You can access and read by CLICKING HERE
Escrow Information
To complete a sale of your Oaks North residence, you are required to provide specific documents to the buyer. To view the information on how to order an Escrow Package from the Community Center business office,
Architectural Changes Application
If you wish to make architectural changes to your residence, there are specific requirements you must meet. The details you need are located on the Architectural Information page. For a quick access to the page,
Track the status of the Solar Project
See Keeping You Informed for more information