Ways to Get Involved
We believe that there's a place for everyone to get involved in our community, whether you're interested in leading as a board member, helping out on a committee or just getting to know your neighbors. Taking the time to get invested in where you live allows you to put down roots, serve the community and build lasting friendships with people nearby. If you're not sure where to start, visit our Groups and Clubs page to find activities you can participate in with neighbors who share your interests.
Although our mailing address is Ann Arbor, as Pittsfield Township residents we pay the lower township property taxes.
Nearby amenities include easy access to shopping, such as Kohl's, Best Buy, Meijer, Dick's Sporting Goods, Big Lots!, Target and several restaurants. Briarwood Mall is only minutes away. The University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus is only a few minutes drive away. Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) bus service also picks up in front of the main entrance.
We are managed by Triad Management Group, 1100 Victors Way, Suite 50, Ann Arbor.
The complex is governed by the Heatherwood Association comprised of Luis Alarcon president; Dennis Capozza, vice president; Deb Wilson, secretary; Alan Knaus as treasurer and Terrie Fanelli as member-at-large.
Maintenance fees are $270 a month. This includes: water and sewage, grounds and general building maintenance and care,management fees, reserve fund and more.
Benefits of Living in a Community
There are several reasons the number of community associations has exploded from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands over the decades. The benefits our homeowners enjoy most are:
- Maintained Property Values. According to the Community Associations Institute, homes in managed communities are often worth 5 percent more than those in traditional communities.
- Amenities and Services. Our homeowners receive value in return for their choice to invest in a homeowners association.
- Sense of Community. Our community is a place to connect in a world that is increasingly disconnected.