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A link to our member directory (members only access)
Regulation of dogs in our neighborhood is under the jurisdiction of DeWitt Twp. Here's a link to the ordinances.
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WELCOME TO THE NEW and IMPROVED SBHOA WEBSITE!
Welcome to our new website. We upgraded to better serve you, the residents of Springbrook Hills and Springbrook Hills East.
We have mailed postcards announcing this launch.
Already been listed in our previous directory? Use the same email as was listed in our last directory to sign up. All the info from that directory is pre-loaded here.
"New" to the neighborhood, or not been listed our last directory? Simply click SIGN UP above.
You can update or change your directory information at any time. For example, if you have a child who would water plants, but has gone off to college, you can delete that from your listing.
Use this MAP link (or the one on the navigation bar above) for a handy reference to your lot number.
Email us if you have any problems with the process.
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There are 300 properties in our two neighborhoods, with an active Neighborhood Watch program and a Board that is here to serve you. We sponsor events throughout the year, and see to it that our lush and vibrant common areas are well-maintained.
Feel free to click on the Board page and contact any one of the Officers, or simply email us at email@example.com with any questions or concerns, or just to say, hello!
ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING
Thanks to all who attended!
If you were unable to attend, a pdf of the meeting Powerpoint is available - just click on "Board", above.
CLEAR YOUR HYDRANT
Plowing, shoveling, and snow blowing can cover one of the fire department's main firefighting tools -- the fire hydrant. During a major fire, valuable time and manpower could be lost trying to dig out a fire hydrant that has been covered in snow.
As you are clearing the snow from your sidewalk, please take a few extra moments to clear around any nearby fire hydrants. When clearing snow from around a fire hydrant make sure you remove snow from all sides of the hydrant. This will leave plenty of room for firefighter access when connecting hoses during a fire.
The few moments you spend clearing out a fire hydrant will be of great benefit to the fire department and everyone in the neighborhood!