The Hills of Crestwood

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News Flashes

2015 Budget Approved

The 2015 budget is available on the Financial page.

2014 By-law Revisions Approved

The proposed 2014 by-law revisions passed by a vote of 30 to 2.  The 2014 Revised By-laws are effective as of May 15, 2014 and can be found on the website under ‘Documents’ and then ‘Legal’.

Board of Directors Election

Tim Slack was re-elected with 26 votes.  Nominations for Frank Ni, John Gleichman and Bob McCausland were submitted by the membership at the annual meeting and unanimously approved by the members.  Congratulations to our newly elected Board members.

Our neighborhood roads are maintained by Wayne County.  The phone number to log a ticket for road patch/repairs is 888-ROADCREW.  We recently logged tickets for Wayne County to come out and patch.  We have also formed a Roads Committee to investigate a short term and long term plan to fix our roads.

HOMEOWNERS: Please send us your email address via the “Contact Us” section!  You will stay connected and save us money (your money!)!

The petition to the Northville Township Zoning Board of Appeals, regarding the requested variance for the proposed 6 Mile Road entrance revisions, was withdrawn sometime after the May 15, 2013 ZBA meeting.

The proposed bylaws revision voted on or before April 18, 2013 was voted down, 49 to 33.

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Welcome to our neighborhood!  The Hills of Crestwood, originally called Crestwood Manor Subdivision, was established in 1989. The subdivision was created in two phases, and was substantially completed in 1999. We are a community of 168 homes, and The Hills of Crestwood Homeowners Association wants to keep it a great place to live! 

In addition to the relatively new construction, the subdivision also contains an historic log cabin.  It was constructed for the Grennan family of Farm Crest Dairy farms to resemble a western ranch.

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Our neighborhood includes part of Johnson Creek, its wetlands, and a nature preserve.  According to the MDEQ, Johnson Creek is the only designated trout stream in the Rouge River Watershed and in Wayne County!  The creek flows eastward through our neighborhood into Fish Hatchery Park, on its way to the city of Northville.  It then connects to the Middle Rouge River  east of Northville Road.

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Nearby, we can enjoy the ammenities of Hines Drive, Maybury State Park, and Northville Community Park and Millenium Park.  The City of Northville is just a short bike ride away, as is Northville High School.  The Northville Township Hall and Northville Township Fire Department are close at hand, too.  What a great place to live!