The Annual Association meeting was held August 18, 2020 at 7pm. Highlights include:
- New Board and Architectural Control Committee members were elected
- A general discussion of neighborhood activities and concerns was held
- The Treasurer provided a detailed report of expenditures
If you missed the meeting, or want a copy of the minutes and/or Treasurer’s report, email the board at: email@example.com
Note: Association dues for 2020 were due on April 1, 2020. Click here for more information.
Welcome to our website!!
The Country Club Village of Plymouth development is located in the southwest corner of Plymouth Township, Michigan. The 299 single family homes were built in five phases from 1998 to 2001. Phases 4 and 5, situated along Napier Road just north of Ann Arbor Road, encompass 124 acres of gently sloping terrain. Wetlands and wooded areas surround the home sites. There are 88 single-family homes within Phases 4 and 5.
Ownership of a home within Phases 4 or 5 automatically imply membership to the Homeowners Association. The association, and thus all residents, owns the common areas and wetlands surrounding the home sites. The association is responsible for the upkeep of these 34 acres of commons properties. The common areas include state-designated wetlands, a 4 acre lake, grassy parks, walking paths, and retention ponds. All these areas are maintained by the association for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.
The Phase 4 and 5 Homeowners Association is actually one of four independent homeowner associations within the Country Club Village development. Phases 1-3 have their own Homeowners Association, as does the Condominium phases along Napier Road. The Community Center, which includes the swimming pool, tennis court, and other recreational facilities, makes up the fourth association. Each individual property owner in the three other associations is a member of the Community Center Association and through separately collected dues supports and is eligible to use these private facilities.
Each association is governed by a separate Board of Directors elected by resident members of each association. There are no overlapping Board members and dues paid to each of the four associations are kept separate and used only for management of the individual commons properties.
This website is specifically for Phase 4 (Plymouth Ridge Drive, Plymouth Valley Drive) and Phase 5 (Plymouth Lake Drive, Plymouth Lake Circle, and Plymouth Lake Court).