Churchill Park

A brick entry, street lamps and lush landscaping will set the tone for comfortable living the minute you turn into this charming neighborhood.
No detail was spared in planning for its classic appeal, from brick mailboxes to expansive parks and winding lighted jogging trails.
Whether you're just starting your family or celebrating your empty nest, Churchill Park has what it takes to make you feel right at home.

Churchill Park is a 200-acre development located between Elm Street and Elwood Avenue at approximately 117th Street South in Jenks, Oklahoma. The development was begun in 1998 by local developers Mark and Mike Sharp and their father, Bob Sharp. Churchill Park was completed as a phased development progressing from East to West.

    •    Phase I was platted on 10/20/98 as 103 residential lots.
    •    Phase II was platted on 12/03/99 as 151 residential lots.
    •    Phase III was platted on 12/27/01 as 159 residential lots.
    •    Phase IV was platted on 9/16/03 as 187 residential lots.

Within the development are 2 neighborhood parks that have picnic areas, covered shelters, and playground equipment. There are approximately 1.7 miles of asphalt lighted jogging trails within the development. Along the trail system are 3 additional covered shelters with picnic tables. There are also 2 basketball courts with glass backboards for the enjoyment of Churchill Park residents.
There are four main entrances to the development. All are nicely landscaped and completed with brick walls and signage. The homeowners’ association does a good job of maintaining the entrances, parks, and common areas. A fence that is constructed with a combination of brick columns, brick walls and cedar pickets around the perimeter of the subdivision adds privacy.
All residents are required to belong to the Churchill Park Homeowners’ Association, which is governed by a Board of Directors elected annually. The homeowners’ association’s main responsibility is enforcement of the restrictive covenants and maintenance of all common areas.