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Regulation of dogs in our neighborhood is under the jurisdiction of DeWitt Twp. Here's a link to the ordinances.
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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!
RECENT ASSOCIATION PROJECTS
The photograph below is of the completed 2-inch pipe that was installed at the west entrance so that the fountain pump electrical cord could be run underground and away from the mowing blade.
Significant safety upgrade!
COVENANTSIn an effort to keep the
Association looking great, our Association members must all comply with our development's Covenants and Restrictions. If you have not read these documents lately, please click on this link.
Recently we've had a number of "trash receptacles left outside" reports. We have made it easier for residents to communicate with the Association on these and other issues, such as downed trees, fountains not working, etc.
We have launched a new Incident Report form. You may begin using it now.
HERBISON ROAD CLOSING
Herbison Road will be repaved from Business 27 to Turner Street starting in June of 2017. During the road resurfacing project, a new ten-foot wide non-motorized path will be constructed from Business 27 to DeWitt Road. The street resurfacing portion will result in Herbison Road being closed to through traffic, however, the road will be maintained for local traffic. The project will be constructed similarly to the Schavey Road project in 2016.
This work is not expected to start until after June 18.