This year’s Spring Homeowners General Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 8th at 7:30pm inside the Canton Township Hall. Topics of discussions will include winter plowing, budget, events, and plans for this year.
We encourage all homeowners to attend the General Meetings and be engaged in our community – express your concerns or bring suggestions. Lastly, there’s many ways to get involved. There’s always opportunities to help through various committees.
Remember, it’s all of our subdivision and collectively we can make it the best it can be.
It’s almost here! The spring sub wide garage sale is just around the corner and just in time for spring cleaning.
The sub wide event will run from May 1-3, 9am-6pm, rain or shine. Pending on the amount of participation from our residents, you may experience a slight increase in vehicle traffic in some areas of the neighborhood.
You may also submit an ad in our community marketplace for heavier items (i.e. couch, table, television or stereo system) that you don’t want to pull out of the house to show.
We ask that you do not relocate signs placed by Windsor Park. Many have been taken down in the past due to Canton Ordinance.
Happy garage selling!
The Canton Police Department continues to take reports of purses, laptops, and cell phones stolen from parked vehicles. If you must leave these items in your vehicle, lock your doors.
Of course, the best way to avoid becoming a victim of theft is to remove all valuables from parked vehicles.
If you see unexpected activity, please call the authorities.
In preparation for the spring season, Canton’s Emergency Management Office encourages residents to review thunderstorm, lightning, tornado and flood safety procedures. Michigan’s history has many significant severe weather events the unfortunately brought millions of dollars in damage to property along with deaths and injuries. Read more »
Curbside pickup of residential yard waste will begin April 7 and continue until December 4. All yard waste should be placed with recyclables on the opposite side of your driveway from your refuse. Yard waste and recyclables must always be placed separately from your refuse to avoid confusion during collection. Read more »