The Whitehills Lakes Homeowners Association (WHL HOA) is made up of lot owners from the plats known as Whitehills Lakes, Whitehills Woods, Whitehills Woods North, and Whitehills Lakes South. The Associations purposes include property maintenance for the common areas; actions to uphold the Restrictive Covenants; and events to promote education and social welfare of the residents. Governance is conducted by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of resident members (lot owners) who are elected at the Associations General Membership Meeting held in April of each year.Whitehills Lakes HOA employs a professional Managing Agent to handle the daily affairs and act as the Associations business office. Questions regarding Association operations should be directed to the Managing Agent, presently Spartan Services at (517) 882-1826, ext. 126 or email@example.com.
Q: What does the Association maintain?
A: The maintained common areas include several ponds and wetlands, a tennis court park area, a pond overlook and fishing dock area, numerous out-lots and cul-de-sac islands, four development entrances (complete with annual summer flowers), and a very long brick wall complete with landscaping along Park Lake Road.
Q: What are the Restrictive Covenants?
A: The Restrictive Covenants are legal documents that run with the land and pertain to all lots within the development. They contain restrictions on resident activities and construction expectations. While they are nearly identical, a separate set of Restrictive Covenants exists for each section within Whitehills Lakes, Whitehills Woods, Whitehills Woods North, and Whitehills Lakes South. To review or print the covenants pertaining to your lot, please visit www.whitehills.com. First review the map to determine the section in which your lot is located. Then review the pertinent covenants. ALL residents are expected to be familiar with these restrictions.
Q: May I change my landscaping or install a playset?
A: When desiring to make a noticeable landscape change or install any kind of structure, you must first seek written permission from your Association. You may also be subject to Meridian Township and/or other ordinances.
Q: May I alter the exterior appearance of my home?
A: When desiring to make an addition or alter the exterior appearance of your home, you must first seek written permission from your Association. You may also be subject to Meridian Township and/or other ordinances.
Q: How is the Association Funded?
A: All platted lot owners, regardless of the lot improvement (home), pay an annual fee to the Association. These funds are used to pay for the maintenance of the common property within the Association. A portion is set aside, accumulated, to be used for future replacement of the common property. Specific financial information is available from the Association Manager.
Q: How are the Restrictive Covenants Enforced?
A: Homeowner concerns should be reported to the Association Manager in writing (or e-mail). After appropriate review, a written notification and/or request for compliance is issued by the Manager. Most people want to be good neighbors and gladly comply with such requests when necessary.
Q: Who maintains the street lights?
A: Consumers Energy maintains your public street lights. To report a light outage or other problem, please call Consumers Energy (1-800-477-5050).
Q: Who is the association manager?
A: Edward Dudgeon
(517) 882-1826, ext. 126
(517) 882-1826, ext. 126