A Strong Community is an Informed Community
Note our new friend in the upper left corner of this site. This bird will serve as our logo in branding our community. This is the same image that appears on our entry signs and will also appear in future communcations to our community.
Let’s brighten up winter by decorating our homes! Our annual contest judging will be held the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, December 19 and 20.
Small prizes will be awarded in each of these categories:
Porch and outside entrance
Most unique wreath decoration
“Light up the night” after 6 pm light display
As with almost every aspect of normal life, the pandemic has changed the way things are done. And, our Association's business is no different. Here is the same letter recently mailed to every homeowner explaining the board's approach to the 2020 Annual Meeting.
See the latest edition of he Meadowlark for the fall. Enclosed, find updates on association business, projects, and other pertinent information about our community.
We are reaching out to past road rally participants to let you know we have an exciting rally in the works for you! With current social distancing requirements, we made the decision to postpone the annual Wass Area Road Rally.
We are considering holding the rally in late spring when we can have an outdoor final destination. Otherwise, we will keep you posted for November 6, 2021. We will continue to monitor the state executive orders and notify you of the new date as soon as we can.
We are sorry to miss you this year! Please spread the word to your neighbors and stay on standby.
Your 2019 Winners - Lisa, Nick, Krista and Craig
View a map of what streets and houses comprise this community.
Review the legal documents that created our association, defined our responsibilities, and govern us still today.
Learn about the cost, timing, and reason for Annual Dues.
Acquire verification of dues payment with Account Status Letter as required for purchase / sale / refinance of property.
Questions frequently come up about mailboxes in our community when a homeowner finds their mailbox in need of repair. The Association has no authority to repair or replace mailboxes nor can the Association dictate the style or color. However, the board feels strongly that a common mailbox style, color, and appearance add to the sense of community and overall aesthetic. So, homeowners are encouraged to adhere to the current mailbox design as much as possible. See documents below for detail instructions. For other questions or help with mailboxes, reach out to the board at: email@example.com.
Long Lake Meadows / Spring Meadows Homeowners Association P.O. Box 1764 Troy, MI 48099-1764
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