This site last updated Dec. 2, 2022


FIND A MEMBER

A link to our member directory (members only access)

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LINK TO ALL BOARD MEETINGS:

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Dial In Phone:

646-558-8656

Meeting ID: 517 371 1200

MEETING MINUTES 2022

(click links below)

Annual Meeting

FEB Board Meeting

APRIL Board Meeting


WELCOME TO The Springbrook Hills

HOMEOWNERS Association

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New to the neighborhood? Simply click SIGN UP above.

There are 298 properties in Springbrook Hills and Springbrook Hills East, 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 (note the links below for specific tasks).

LINKS OF INTEREST

Questions about DUES, click "Contact" above

Quiet pickleball paddles are required on the courts: time of play is 8:30 am to 8:00 pm

    (new quiet paddles are in a lockbox on the courts)

Submit a neighhborhood incident report

Complete list of Covenants

Click here for a map showing our common areas.

 Link to the township dog ordinances.

Common Areas Acceptable Use Policy

Request approval from the Architectural Control Committee. Email to Jordan Burnie, jtburnie@gmail.com

For info on the member directory advanced search, click here.

MORE ON BECOMING A WEBSITE MEMBER

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.

Use the CONTACT link, above, with any questions.

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2022 ANNUAL MEETING POWERPOINT

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Snow Removal Ordinance

(from DeWitt Twp)


Sidewalks and shared use pathways shall be cleared from a path of at least 36” in width from the outside edge.

Snow and ice shall be removed from sidewalks or shared use pathways within 24 hours after accumulation or drifting of snow, sleet or freezing rain or by the beginning of business hours of the next day, whichever is shorter to ensure passage.
(Exception provided when the wind chill is below zero degrees Fahrenheit

In the event of a significant snow or ice event, an additional 48 hours shall be allowed)

Significant snow/ice event means a period of snowfall of 6 inches or greater within a 24-hour period or ice formation of greater than ΒΌ of an inch.






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