Welcome! You're home
The developers of Royal Oak Hills got it right in 1960 when they described their new community as "A World Apart...just minutes away." Boca Raton has grown a lot since then, but our neighborhood remains a friendly, nature-packed oasis for its residents. Today, the community is one of the closest to an ever-more bustling downtown and nightlife, and only a few miles from Boca's famous beaches. It's not far from Mizner Park, Town Center Mall and Florida Atlantic University. It's a great place to call home, with an active neighborhood association and plenty of events for residents to enjoy. Children here attend some of South Florida's finest schools: Boca High, Boca Middle, Addison Mizner Elementary and a variety of private schools.
Join ROH: Our neighborhood association depends on you
The Royal Oak Hills Association (ROHA) is a volunteer-driven community group. It is supported by annual dues paid by neighborhood residents, both homeowners and renters, on a voluntary basis. The contributions are used to maintain signage, landscaping and decorations at the community's entrances. They also cover a wide range of events, from block parties, outdoor movie nights and ice cream socials, to Oktoberfest, Halloween festivities and other holiday get-togethers.
ROHA officers, meetings, contacts
ROHA Officers 2022
ROHA monthly meetings
ROHA currently holds its monthly meetings via Zoom. All community residents are welcome to attend.
Links to the meetings are provided on the ROHA Facebook page and in notices emailed to association members.
Monday, Apr. 4, 2022, 7 p.m.
The association would love to hear from you. If you have questions or concerns, click on the link below to send an email.
The year without a monument sign
We've all heard of the Year Without a Santa Claus. In Royal Oak Hills, it's been a year (well, only since March, but it feels like a year) without our monument sign on Palmetto Park Road. The sign was struck by vehicles in two different crashes on the same day.
Nov. 28 update: Plans for the new sign have been approved for permitting by the City of Boca Raton, and the notice of commencement has been signed. Once our crew gets started, construction for replacing the sign is estimated to take two weeks.