About the Association


The Overton South Neighborhood Association (OSNA) is a voluntary association representing the homes between Hulen and Granbury Road from I-820 south to where Granbury & Hulen meet.

We have built a very strong association over the last few years, starting from a single issue of mineral rights with gas drilling.

We have successfully done the following:
  • Worked with the city on zoning change for the duplexes on Inverness and South Dr
  • Expressed our views concerning the TxRail station envisioned along Hildring
  • Had the city and the railroad to mow and maintain the grass along Hildring
  • Gave inputs into the QuikTrip station on Granbury road
  • Removed the stop sign at South Drive and Ledgestone
  • Had a new stop sign installed on Whitmore and Ledgestone
  • Placed American flags at all the homes in our neighborhood for the 4th of July.
None of these could have been accomplished without a strong association in place at the time when needed.

It doesn’t matter if you rent or you own -- please take a minute to join (or rejoin) OSNA and enjoy the benefits of your membership: 
  1. Receive our quarterly newsletter covering neighborhood issues.

  2. Attend quarterly general membership meetings at the Southcliff Church.
    • Learn about current issues from local speakers and experts.
    • Meet our City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, who attends & updates us on what is happening with the City of Fort Worth ahead of the general public.
    • Say hello to our Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO) and get a firsthand report on our area’s crime and safety.
    • Come and meet your neighbors (in person)!

  3. Volunteer and participate in our neighborhood activities.