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 or contact
Summer is finally Here!
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.
If you are going to make any changes to the outside of your house:replace siding, add/replace a deck, etc., you need to submit yourplans, drawings or pictures along with the type of materials you willbe using to the board for approval prior to starting your projects.
Please refer to the subdivision bylaws on additions that are not allowed in our sub such as dog runs/houses, privacy fences, farm animals, etc. A copy of the bylaws is on our website. When in doubt ask the board.
Friday Night Socials 7 PM
in main commons area
June 14 June 28
July 12, July 26
August 9 August 23
September 6 September 20
Come meet and catch up with your neighbors. Stop by and say HI or stay all night! Bring a chair and a beverage of your choice.
Neighborhood Watch Corner
With the warmer weather come garage sales (and cars cutting through our sub to avoid construction traffic). These can attract all sorts of visitors to our neighborhood, some who may not be totally honest. Remember to close your garage door when mowing the back yard, lock the front door when sitting on your back deck, and keep your cars locked and free of valuables.
Selling items online? Do you know that Farmington Hills has two designated "Safe Transaction" zones? Both are at the police station; one is outside and one is inside.
It is adding issues to the flooding conditions that we are trying hard to correct and manage.
While we encourage you to spruce up your property, please instruct multiple contractors to all park on one side of the street to allow enough room for the garbage trucks and other vehicles to pass safety.
July 1st backflow testing
July 1 is the date Family Plumbing will be out to perform the backflow testing for the subdivision. Please call Family Plumbing (248-444-8020) to get on the schedule and for more details. You don't need to be home. Your sprinkler system must be turned on for the season. Leave your check for $50 made out to Family Plumbing with the checklist form in a Ziploc bag attached to your door.
No Motor Vehicles allowed in the Commons
You must get the board's approval if there is special circumstances that need to be addressed.
Please make sure you are cleaning up after your pets. Also, pets need to be on a leash when walking through the commons areas.
City of Farmington Hills Fireworks Ordinance
Fireworks are not allowed in Commons or Subdivision Streets.
Please limit Firework activity to your own backyard.
Below is the information on the City's regulations regarding fireworks:
City of Farmington Hills Fireworks Ordinance Changed
The Farmington Hills Police Department would like to inform residents of a change to the City's fireworks ordinance.
The Michigan Legislature has recently amended the law related to fireworks. This change limits the number of days per year on which fireworks may be discharged. The Farmington Hills City Council has adopted an amendment to the current City ordinance to include some of the changes made to Michigan Law. (Sec. 18-288. Fireworks)
Under the new ordinance, fireworks may only be discharged during the following times:
New Year's Eve to New Year's Day (11:00 a.m. on December 31 to 1:00 a.m. on January 1)
The weekend before Memorial Day (Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m.)
June 29 through July 4 (11:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. each day)
July 5, but only if that date is a Friday or Saturday (11:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m.)
The weekend before Labor Day (Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m.)
It remains unlawful to discharge fireworks on public property (including public streets), school property, church property or the private property of another without express written permission. It is also unlawful to discharge fireworks of any type while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. An individual who violates this ordinance may be issued a municipal civil infraction, which is punishable by a civil fine of $1,000 for each violation. Additionally, it is unlawful to discharge fireworks if a fireworks ban has been implemented by the Fire Chief due to dry conditions.
The Police Departments asks residents who wish to celebrate these designated holidays with fireworks to do so in a legal and safe manner that is respectful of others.
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