The annual newsletter is available for viewing. Note: A paper copy will be sent to all residents, though moving forward we will be going paperless.
Please view the newsletter here.
Our 2022 annual meeting was held virtually on July 13th. Two new board members were elected. Click here to read the meeting minutes.
Block Party: A Block Party will not be held in 2022 due to the lack of volunteers to head the planning committee. If any homeowners are interested in forming or joining a committee to plan an event for next year, please contact the Board.
Capital Improvements: The Board will be looking at replanting grass in the front entrance and common areas.
Volunteers Needed: Volunteers are needed for the Welcome Committee (meeting new residents) and the By-Laws Committee. We also need someone that can spend some time putting together our newsletter. This would be a great opportunity for a college or high school student. Please contact Maureen Bender if you are able to assist in any of these areas.
Road Construction: Livernois will be repaved between Long Lake and Avon. Please slow down for work crews.
Construction Approval: Per our bylaws, any significant changes to the exterior of your home must be approved by the Board. Plans should be submitted in person to a Board member or can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples include decks, exterior buildings, awning installation, solar panels, etc. Failure to acquire advance approval could result in removal of the item at cost to the homeowner.
Pet Reminders: Per city ordinance, dogs must be licensed. Any dog must be on a leash in any public area. Pet owners have the responsibility to understand and comply with all state and local laws regarding leash requirements. While the board does not have the authority to enforce leash requirements, residents who witness dogs not on leashes in public areas are asked to immediately contact the Oakland County Sherriff Department and/or Animal Control, who can and will enforce these laws. Please understand that any dog that bites a person or another dog is subject to quarantine and possibly euthanasia. Compliance to these laws can avoid many different potential tragedies! As a courtesy, residents are also asked that dogs are not left unattended in front yards even with the presence of an electric fence. Finally, each resident is responsible for cleaning up their pets waste. Residents who do not clean up after their pets are subject to fines.
Board: Please click here for more information about the Board, including contact information.
Bus Stop Safety: School is back in session. Cumberland Woods is home to many students, which means a lot more activity in our sub.
Yard Signs: Per city law, one real estate sign may be placed in front of a home that is for sale or rent. Per Supreme Court rulings, during election cycles, political signs may be placed which endorse a particular candidate or issue, but city law states these must be removed no later than 24 hours following the election. These are the only signs allowed. All other signs are prohibited as per the subdivision by-laws.
Sidewalks: Please remember that all residents are responsible for the care of the sidewalks in front of their homes. During fall and spring months please be aware of and remove debris to ensure safe passage. Winter months please ensure that your sidewalks are free from snow and ice.
Annual dues of $175 are be due by June 1st.
Mailbox Repair Program: Please contact the board if your mailbox is in need of repair or replacement.
Neighborhood Watch: If you see any suspicious activity, please contact the Oakland County Sheriff Department!