March Newsletter
Mar. 18 , 2020

Spring is Here!
Easter Egg Hunt - Cancelled
Unfortunately, the Easter Egg Hunt has been cancelled this year in order to err on the side of caution and be compliant with current CDC recommendations. 

Home Improvements
Spring home improvement projects are beginning to start up around our HOA, and it is great to see all the wonderful improvements! Please be sure to send an email to our [email protected] address if you have any questions or you plan to make any alterations to the outside of your home or property. We will be happy to help you out. Your bylaws and Covenants can answer most questions which are located on our website

Contractor's List
Do you need help finding contractors? Check out contractors recommended by your neighbors. You will find a list of contractors on our www. website.  Please help us keep this list up to date by sending names of qualified contractors that you use to our [email protected] address. 

2020 Yard Waste Schedule
Yard waste pickup will start during the week of April 13, 2020 and end during the week of December 7 with the last pickup day on Friday, December 11, 2020. Acceptable yard waste includes leaves, grass, shrub clippings, twigs, and plant materials.

Spring Garage Sale
Farmington Square Subdivision
Spring Garage Sale
May 28-31 (Thurs. - Sun.)
Contact: Sandi Soens

Now that the weather is getting nicer people and their pets will be walking and enjoying the beautiful weather. Please watch your speed while driving through the subdivision.  We want to ensure that all our residents feel comfortable when walking through our community.  

Please make sure you are cleaning up after your pets.  Also, pets need to be on a leash when walking through the commons areas.  

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 or contact [email protected].

COVID-19 Update from the City of Farmington Hills
In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the City of Farmington Hills is taking proactive measures and following the recommendations of the Oakland County Health Division and Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

Critical services such as Police, Fire, Emergency Dispatch, water service, garbage and recycling collection, essential senior transportation services, and Meals on Wheels delivery will not be impacted. Some City functions will be modified for more information visit the city website at

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