Bloomfield Chase HOA
Bloomfield Club Maintenance
Bloomfield Glens Estates
Bloomfield North Estates
Brookside Hills Protective
Chapel Hills Estates
Cranbrook Hills POA
Dells of Bloomfield
Eastover Estates POA
Formans Wing Lake
Fox Hills CA
Hammond Lake Civic
Lakes of Echo Park
Lone Pine Hills Civic
Meadowlake Farms #1
Oakland Hills Vistas
Orchard Valley Hill Top POA
Westwood Manor POA
Wing Lake Farms Inc.
Wing Lake Inc.
Wing Lake POA
Woodcrest Farms Imp.
Woodlands Estates on Gilbert Lake
Woods of Lone Pine
for Public Policy
Senior Center Director
Editor of Patch
Oakland County Assessing
Dr. Vickie Markavitch
Superintendent of Oakland
County School District
Shelley Goodman Taub
Johnston Lewis Assoc.
Officer Kelly Marthen
Capt. Chris Whitehead
Township Fire Dept.
The UHOA presents featured speakers at our general meetings and Round Table forums whose topics are germane and informative. We wish to recognize and thank the following individuals that have participated in our speaker series.
Dedicated to preserving,
promoting and improving the Bloomfield Township Homeowner Associations and our community through united action.
Major Shift in lien Policy
for Special Assessment
For Township residents creating a Special Assessment District (SAD) for street improvements, a lien was placed on the property which had to be paid in full upon transferring the property. We were informed that the Governor recently signed into law that any balance will now treated as an annual assessment, therefore the balance can be assumed by the buyer. As details become available we will notify our members.
From State of Michigan website
HB 5202, sponsored by state Rep. Mike McCready, gives homeowners increased flexibility when dealing with special assessment liens. Under current law, homeowners that want to sell or refinance their homes must pay off the entire lien in a lump sum payment. This act limits the amount of a lien on property assessed to the amount of an installment payment and the remaining balance may be assumed by the purchasing party.
The United Homeowner Associations believes in the value of organized community associations for the value they bring in maintaining property values and the building of the sense of community.
Why do neighborhoods organize:
- To address a particular concern.
- Achieving neighborhood goals.
- Organizing neighborhood projects.
- For those that are curious about forming a neighborhood association the UHOA recognizes there is a great deal of information available on the subject, however a place to start for a general overview is here.
The United Homeowner Associations of Bloomfield Township, Inc., is a non-profit association of homeowner groups comprised of 60+ member associations with a history of over 40 years.
The UHOA works to promote vital neighborhoods through good government, quality schools, and civic involvement. It holds regular membership meetings annually and additional director and officer meetings.
UHOA works closely with local government on issues of code enforcement, township elections, and taxation.
Working with a local vendors the UHOA has obtained discounted insurance rates for officer liability insurance.
UHOA also acts as a resource for member associations when they become involved in local enforcement actions and conducts workshops on various issues that affect our members.
UHOA further acts as a clearing house for common problems individual associations encounter and discusses issues that are urgent at the time.
The UHOA has provided a reference library to the website to assist its' members in dealing with operational issues that arise in the operation of a local homeowners association.
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Guest Speakers at UHOA Functions
Board of Directors
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Bloomfield Township Fire Hall
Lower level conference room
General Membership Meeting
To be announced
Informative General Membership Meeting
The attendees of the UHOA annual membership meeting were treated to a informative meeting centered on the wide variety of services available to the townships senior citizens.
This meetings program is the kick off of a UHOA information campaign to educate our members to these services and the importance of getting the word to those within our associations most in need of this assistance.
We encourage all of our members to take the time to view this video.
Over this next few months the UHOA will be contacting each member organization to enlist their assistance in distributing this critical information to those most in need of the townships available services.
Panel discussion of creating and servicing a Special Assessment
Supervisor Leo Savoie
Round Table discussion
Legal aspects of a
homeowner or condo association.
Mark Meszler - O.C.R.C.
Comparison between County and Bloomfield Township in creating a Special Area Assessment
Director Senior Services
Senior Services for elderly
Officer Kelly Marthen
Community Relations Officer
Friends in Blue
Captain Chris Whitehead
Services available for seniors
Dr. Vickie Markavitch
Superintendent of Oakland County School District
Insurance Agent Kyle Lewis
Discussion of Officers-Directors
P.O. BOX 7212
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48302-7212
New Director Elected to Board
Gail Braun, from Hickory Heights Association, was elected to the UHOA Board of Directors. Gail has experience in dealing in HOA matters having served as Treasurer and President of her association. The UHOA is looking to benefit from her organizational and work experience skills. She may be reached at email@example.com.
The 5k Compassion Walk is coming up on May 12. This family friendly event is a great way to show support for Bloomfield Township Senior Services Support Services, including Meals on Wheels and Friendship Club adult day service. Your donation or participation will support families caring for loved ones with dementia and your elderly neighbors who rely on a hot meal delivered by volunteers to preserve their independence at home. Consider what it would be like to walk in their shoes, and grab your shoes to walk in this all ages, all abilities morning of active compassion. It will take place 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 12. There is no fee for entrants age 12 and under. Fee for over age 12 is $25 for residents and non-residents.
Compassion Walk on May 12th