Welcome to Cumberland Woods
Here's What's Happening Around Cumberland Woods
Letters were sent out in May 2021 to residents whose yards were in violation of our yard conditions. Please view the Yard Care link above for information on minimum standards for yard care. Thank you for your part in keeping our neighborhood beautiful!
Stay tuned for information on upcoming improvements around our neighborhood.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, a decision will be delayed on whether a block party will be held this year. The 2019 neighborhood Block Party was a great success.
Per city ordinance, dogs must be licensed. In addition, all dogs need to be on a leash in any public area. Pet owners have the responsibility to be familiar with state and local laws pertaining to leash requirements. Also, each resident is responsible for cleaning up their pets waste.
Please note that *any* construction project which includes significant change to the exterior of your home must be submitted to the Board for approval. This includes decks, sheds, awning installations, etc. This is per the bylaws..
Bus Stop Safety
Please exercise caution around bus stops. If lights are blinking on a bus, you must stop and wait until the driver turns off the lights. Also, if you are waiting in your cars to pick..
Since there were some recent questions about signage, we are providing a reminder of the policy for yard signs. Per city law, one real estate sign may be placed in front of a home that is for sale.
If you see any suspicious activity, please contact the Oakland County Sheriff Department!
Annual dues of $175 are be due by June 1st.
About CUMBERLAND WOODS
As a homeowner in Cumberland Woods Subdivision, you automatically become a member of the Homeowner's Association. The Board of Directors of the Homeowner's Association is an elected body, by vote of the homeowners, that works together to ensure that the Cumberland Woods deed restrictions and by-laws are being met.
As Cumberland Woods Subdivision homeowners, we have joint ownership of the Subdivision property. The Homeowner's Association is responsible for improving and preserving the grounds...