Crescent Ridge
Crescent Parc

Crescent Ridge and Parc Homeowners' Association

Sub Garage Sale The sub is not organizing a garage sale this year.

Sub Annual Meeting
-->Information will be posted when available.

Unwanted Newspapers in Driveways.pdf

Mail Box Update

Trash and Yard Waste

Utility Box Information.pdf


Street Captains.pdf

Uncover the Storm Drains at curbside
If you live by one of the many storm drains located on the edge of the streets in our neighborhood, please take the time to remove any obstructions such as accumulated leaves. The storm drains can be obstructed with debris that inhibits the free flow of water into them whether from melting snow or spring rains.

Trash and Yard Waste
Garbage needs to be out by 7am on collection day which is Monday for our neighborhood. Refuse should be placed at the curb no sooner than 5 pm on the preceding day. Containers should be removed as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after pick up.

Yard waste is picked up starting the first full week of April. At that time, all soft yard waste will be pick up at curbside if it is in a 35-gallon (or less) regulation-size container with a YARD WASTE decal or homemade sign. A 30-gallon brown paper bag (sold at hardware stores, Meijers, Home Depot, etc.) may also be used.

Brush (bushes) or branches less than 2” diameter and less than 3’ long need to be bundled, tied and weigh less than 60 pounds for pick up at curbside.

(Information is from the city’s charter/rules at Chapter 16 – Municipal Solid Waste and Recycling)

Toxic and hazardous waste such as unused paint, oil, etc. may be dropped off by city residents (with a driver’s license or proof of residence) at SOCRA with an appointment. Call 248-288-5153 to schedule a time convenient to you. During the year, SOCRA has special days to drop off larger articles such as computers/old television sets. Look for these dates in the community newspapers.

Mail Box Update (Updated 11/22/2020)
Mailboxes! Over half of our residents are now receiving their mail in newly refreshed mailboxes.

The board decided to give active support to improving the condition of some neglected mailbox systems. Major thanks to the three residents, Bob Dennis, John Sunne and Steve Francuch, who volunteered to tackle the maintenance work. This three-man team caulked, painted, straightened posts, and replaced rotted wood and flags. We think you will agree that the mailbox systems are looking the best they have in years.

The HOA plans to continue supporting mailbox maintenance in 2021. Look for more info next spring.

Newly planted trees and pines are thirsty!
Newly planted trees and pines are thirsty! With the extremely warm temperatures that Michigan has been experiencing, it is wise to safeguard your investment by watering your new shrubs/trees deeply.

One of the landscape companies that the Board employs has strongly advised us to inform homeowners that the newly planted trees as well as other landscape trees need deep watering weekly to stay healthy and survive the heat. THE ARBORISTS SAY THAT EACH NEW TREE NEEDS A SLOW TRICKLE OF WATER FOR AT LEAST ONE HOUR ONCE A WEEK.

We would like you to help us to keep neighborhood trees healthy. Trees and landscape is installed to provide a measure of privacy, add beauty and to reduce road noise as well as creating a welcoming neighborhood lush with greenery. Help keep the neighborhood green and deep water your trees.

The Homeowner Association is always seeking volunteers to help reach out to neighbors. The board would like to have one or two volunteers from each street to participate and represent their street on a volunteer team.

Volunteer duties could include: Welcoming new homeowners, distributing association directories/informational flyers on their street, listening to any comments or concerns that homeowners mention to them and bringing them to the board's attention so that a resolution may be found. Volunteers would also share with the board any issue pertaining to safety, beautification, etc. Volunteers might provide help in organizing the annual garage sale, sub picnic or other events.

If you would like to help as volunteer for your street (Street captain), please contact The Board by sending your contact info via email to the following email address: Volunteering.