Think Spring!

We are looking forward to spring time!  Last year our residents did a wonderful job beautifying our community, we look forward to seeing all the yards spruced up and the flowers blooming. 

Board Meetings

Farmington Square board meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m., all residents are welcomed to attend.  The meeting location rotates monthly, please contact a member of the board to find out the upcoming location.  Interested in joining the board?  Contact

Upcoming Events

Annual Easter Egg Hunt
EASTER EGG HUNT and Visit with the Easter Bunny will be held Saturday, April 15 at 1:30 p.m. in the commons area.  Bring a basket to collect your eggs.

Please RSVP to Donna Drotar,
Let Donna know how many children will be attending and their ages.
Farmington Square Flower Sale
It's time for the 36th Annual Farmington Square Flower Sale.  For 36 years the Jensen's and Luckscheiter's have been conducting a spring flower sale for the sub.  The flowers come direct from a grower and the prices are low.  There is no profit to the Jensen's, the Luckscheiter's or the sub.  If you are interested, please make your selections from the attached pages.
Spring Garage Sale
Farmington Square will not be organizing a SPRING sub sale. However, Tina Jensen is planning to have a garage sale, May 4,5,6, 7. If any community members would like to host one at that time, we encourage you to contact Tina Jensen at 248-478-7017.  It will be up to the individuals participating to make their own signs, place their own ads, etc. This will not be advertised as a Sub Sale.
If you choose to do your own garage sale, please do so in accordance with the applicable City of Farmington Hills Ordinance. No garage sale signs can be placed within the subdivision on the private property of a non-participating homeowner, on utility poles or in the right of way. All signs must be promptly removed after the sale ends. For more information on all of  the requirements go to

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
On Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Farmington Hills Police Department will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in hosting Prescription Drug Take-Back Day at Police Headquarters located at 31655 Eleven Mile Road.  This effort will safely and anonymously remove potentially dangerous controlled substances (any medication requiring a prescription) from homes throughout the community.

Friday Night Socials
Warm weather will soon be upon us! Come mingle in the commons area and catch up with your neighbors.  Socials will kick off June 16th! 
Dates set thus far:


SPEED- Please watch your speed while driving through the subdivision.  We want to ensure that all our residents feel comfortable when walking through our community.  This is especially important now that the roads are ice and snow covered.  Children are going to and from school and community members are walking at night, please slow down!

SNOWFALL- Please clear your mailboxes; and if applicable to you fire hydrants and street drains after a heavy snowfall.

ENTRANCES- Please do not block entrances.  Parking is not allowed 16 feet from a stop sign.  Please be respectful of other cars in the early morning hours when children are going to the bus stop and community members are on their way to work.

RESTRICTIONS- It is the duty of the board to run a fiscally responsible HOA, maintain common areas and enforce the rules of our subdivision.  Community rules and regulations help maintain the character of our neighborhood and carry out the wishes of our residents.  Please be mindful of our communities restrictions, the board will be sending our letters to homeowners in violation; Homes in need of repairs, commercial vehicles being parked overnight, ect. 

ZERO INTEREST LOANS- Available for home repairs based on income and size of family. Loans are for repairs that involve safety and security such as leaking roofs, gutters, windows, exterior doors, hot water heater, etc. Excludes re-decorating, carpet replacement, kitchen remodels.  Loans are approved on a case by case basis. Example: a family of 4 with income of less than $53,000 would qualify.  Contact Charmaine Kettler (248-871-2543) at the Farmington Planning & Community Development for more information.

FREE RADON TEST KITS- Swat Environmental is offering free radon test kits. Includes instructions, Radon Test Kit, Prepaid Mailer, And Lab Analysis Free + Free Shipping. To get free Radon Test Kit go to  
Directions: Under Products Tab click Radon Testing Supplies, scroll to bottom, enter product code BCTK86 (code needs to be in all caps), fill out online form. 
Radon gas was discovered in several homes in our sub. We have set a Farmington Square discount of $100 off radon mitigation with Alexis Terry at SWAT Environmental, 1-800-no-radon (800-667-2366). There is an additional discount of $24 if Swat does 2 installations in one day.  For more information please contact Sandi  Soens who is coordinating groups for further discounts. Promo code:  Sandi Soens.

Pricing based on square footage including basement area. For example 3,000 total sq.ft.  is $649 ($749 less $100 dist.) or $625 for 2 in one day installs ($649 - $24 dist.)
Radon is a naturally occurring  radioactive gas which can penetrate most common building materials and is fairly soluble in water. Radon gas is a colorless, odorless, and invisible gas that can only be detected by radon testing. It's the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon mitigation is the only way of protecting yourself and your family from the dangers of radon gas.
Radon mitigation is the process of reducing radon levels in an occupiable space or from water. Radon gas is removed from below the house by way of fan suction through a pipe that extends past the roof line of the structure where the radon gas is released and effectively removed from the occupied area .

MAILBOX REPLACEMENT- In need of a new mailbox?
Joe Bernson at American Mailbox Services (1- 800-683-8310, ) has set up a Farmington Square discount of $20 off new mailbox installations.  A greater discount is available if we have more people interested. If interested, please contact Sandi Soens who is coordinating groups for further discounts.
The company will remove your old mailbox, install a cement a post for the new mailbox with numbers on both sides. There are several styles to chose from with single and double paper boxes. Click here for mailbox samples and prices.

YARD WASTE- Yard waste collection will resume in the City of Farmington Hills during the week of Monday, April 10. As of that date, all yard waste placed at the curbside in acceptable containers will be collected by the yard waste truck on the regular garbage day. Yard waste pickup will end after the week of November 27 through December 1.
Acceptable yard waste includes leaves, grass, shrub clippings, twigs, and plant materials. There are three options available for yard waste disposal:
  1. Place yard waste in a trash can (32-gallon size limit) with a yard waste sticker on both sides. Yard waste stickers are available free from City Hall or the DPW.
  2. Put yard waste in brown paper yard waste bags. Please do not overstuff bags.
  3. Use a mulching mower and recycle leaves and grass clippings back into the lawn.
Small limbs (six inches in diameter or less) and brush must be tied in bundles that do not exceed four feet in length or weigh more than 60 pounds per bundle. U nbundled brush and large limbs will not be picked up. B rush or twigs placed in cans or bags should not stick out above the top of the container. Also, large quantities of dirt or sod are not accepted for pickup.
Any Christmas trees saved for composting must be cut and bundled according to yard waste pickup guidelines. For more information, call the DPW at 248-871-2850 or visit

Thank You!

To our residents who helped pick up the scattered garbage/debris from the heavy windstorm the other week, THANK YOU! You took it upon yourself to bag all the random garbage and your good deed does not go unnoticed :)

Welcome New Neighbors

We would like to welcome our new neighbors to our community!

Eric and Courtney Rose moved from Virginia to 22797 Shadowglen. They have one daughter, Madison who is 15 and are expecting another child later this year. Cortuney enjoys running and Eric likes to play golf.

Dan and Anne Danosky moved from Pinckney to 38031 Eric Court. 
Dan is retired and Anne works in housing development. Anne enjoys gardening and Dan likes to golf.

Joe Trupiano recently moved from Northville to 38005 River Bend.

Please give our new neighbors a warm welcome when you see them!

Your comments and suggestions are always appreciated.