Text Box: The 2020 dues are
Due April 1, 2020

Dues for 2020$75.00
Notices were sent out in the February.
Click here on the icon below to download a generic 
2020 Dues notice.
Text Box: Meet some friends, attend the next home owner’s 
association meeting!

Last updated

August 22, 2019

All homeowners are invited

The Board of Directors of the Cumberland Hills

Subdivision Association will meet at 7:30 PM

At City Hall in the 2nd floor conference room

Meetings dates:

TUESDAY January 14, 2020

TUESDAY February 11, 2020

TUESDAY March 10, 2020

TUESDAY April  14, 2020

ANNUAL MEETING is May  12, 2020

No meeting in June, July and  August

TUESDAY   September  15, 2020

TUESDAY  October  13, 2020

TUESDAY November 10, 2020

No meeting in December

 

 

Welcome to Our Neighborhood Website

CHSA, PO Box 80087

Rochester, MI 48308

Follow us on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/CHSAmembers

Text Box: RSVP for our 
 "Adult Night Out"
at  Fieldstone Winery
Friday April 24, 2020
  cumberlandhills@gmail.com

Yearly events 

Snowman contest judging - End of March

Easter Egg Hunt - April 11, 2020

Adult Night Out   -  April 24, 2020

Annual Home Owner Meeting - May 12, 2020

www.noHAZ.com Saturday June OU parking lot 8am-2pm

Garage sales - June 18, 19, 20 2020

Landscape contest judging - Last Saturday in July

Patriotic Parade - July 2020

Movie Night—July 2020

Fall Festival   - September 2020 3-7pm

Halloween contest –Judging in October  2020

Holiday Light judging - Judging in December 2020

Text Box: Easter Egg Hunt 
Please Joining us on the commons  Saturday April 11th 2020!
The kids will enjoy it very much.

We will have over 800 eggs.
5 age categories

Bring your basket.

Text Box: Cumberland Hills Subdivision
 Annual Garage Sale

Thursday – Saturday 
   June 18, 19, & 20 2020
Text Box: Snowman Contest

Join Nextdoor:

https://nextdoor.com/

Text Box: LANDSCAPE CONTEST 2019 winners
          
238 Union
512 Kentucky
254 Slade

Text Box: Congratulations to the 2019
Holiday Light Display Winners:
 
2113 Elkhorn
2156 Elkhorn  
236 Torrent 
2134 Highsplint 
2027 Highsplint 

Great job!  
The subdivision looked very festive.  
Text Box: Board of Directors 
President 	Jason Carlock Union 
(586) 634-2714 
cumberlandhills@gmail.com 
Vice President Terry Goodhew Coldiron 
(248) 652-7294 
terrygoodhew@gmail.com 
Treasurer 	Jeff Erman Coldiron 
(248) 659-8122 
jeff_erman@excite.com 
Secretary 	Zef Ivanaj Lockport
Zef.ivanaj@gmail.com 
Event Chair chsafamilyevents@gmail.com 
At Large 	Julie Raikes Kentucky 
jraikes2001@yahoo.com 
At Large 	Paulo Breito  Torrent 
Pegbrito@hotmail.com 
At Large 	Susan Bowyer Cumberland 
(248) 652-4645  
smbowyer@gmail.com

Send photos by March 31st to cumberlandhills@gmail.com

Text Box: Kindergarten Round Up 
for Cumberland Hills Subdivision
Calling all parents with children entering kindergarten this fall (2020) at Hamlin Elementary. Come meet the other parents and let the kids get to know each other. Meet at the Hamlin Elementary playground on the following dates:  
August 22 10 am
August 28 6:30pm
August 31 10am

2016

2017 USA today claims Rochester Hills, Michigan is one of the MOST LIVABLE CITY in America!

- Population: 73,418
- Median home value: $294,200
- Poverty rate: 6.0% (bottom 10%)
- Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 57.3% (top 10%)

One of the largest indicators of quality of life is education. High school students in Rochester Hills test better than students in any city in MIchigan other than Troy or Ann Arbor, and 57.3% of adults have at least a bachelor’s degree — far more than the 31.3% of adults nationwide.

Rochester HIlls is also largely devoid of the violent crime that plagues much of the Detroit metro area. There were 72 violent crimes reported per 100,000 residents in 2016, a fraction of the national violent crime rate of 386 incidents reported per 100,000 Americans. While in neighboring Detroit crime and economic decline have reduced the value of a typical home from $91,700 in 2006 to $43,500 today, homes in Rochester Hills have continued to appreciate. The typical home in the city is worth $294,200 today, an increase of $15,000 from 10 years ago and roughly $90,000 more than the U.S. median home value.

Text Box: Halloween Decorating Contest 
Fall of 2020
Send in pictures of your festive and ghoulish Halloween decorations to 
cumberlandhills@gmail.com 
by November 1

2019 Winners
2200 Warrington
2156 Elkhorn
238 Union
2129 Cumberland

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