Moving Here

Trash and recycling are picked up on Mondays in the subdivision.  Regular pick up is scheduled from 7 A.M. until routes are completed. Refuse should be placed at the curb no sooner than 5 P.M. on the preceding day. Containers should be removed as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after pickup.

 

Holiday Collection Delays – If a holiday occurs (Monday-Friday), collection for the remaining days of that week will be one day late. Holidays include:

    • New Year’s Day (January 1st)
    • Memorial Day
    • Independence Day (July 4th)
    • Labor Day
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Christmas Day (December 25th)

For additional information regarding Refuse and Recycling – http://www.troymi.gov/LiveHere/RefuseAndRecycling

Approved Containers –

  • Sturdy, tied plastic bags or any durable metal or similarly constructed container designed for the storage of garbage may be used. Containers must have lids and handles.
  • Waste receptacles may not exceed 35-gallon capacity or less than 10-gallon capacity.
  • Non-conforming containers such as pails, cardboard boxes, metal drums, bushel baskets, etc. will be considered rubbish and MAY BE disposed of along with their contents.
  • The combined weight of container and contents may not exceed 60 pounds.
  • No single piece of refuse (except for items approved under “Large Household Item Pickup”) may weigh more than 60 pounds or exceed 3 feet in length or 3 feet in girth.
  • You may use a 90-gallon Polycart (because it can be machine lifted by the trucks). It is a wheeled, large capacity refuse container with an attached lid. They are available for purchase for $87.20 from Tringali Sanitation (or $97.50 delivered). Call 248.585.9120 between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. for information.
  • Recycling bins can be purchased from the City Treasurer’s Office in City Hall for $10

Complaints of barking dogs by City of Troy residents are handled by the City of Troy Police Department. Troy police officers will proceed to handle these complaints under Chapter 88 Noise/Nuisance ordinance violations. Please see link below for other animal control issues.

Homeowner involvement makes our neighborhood a great, fun place to live! Homeowners are needed fill positions on the Board of Directors, as vacancies occur.  Other ‘fun’ ways to become involved include spearheading a committee or community activity that interests them. Activities, such as the following, are supported by the board, but volunteers are needed to coordinate and are welcomed – Neighborhood Garage Sale, Summer Picnic, Halloween Event for the kids, social gathering at a local restaurant for adults – and we are open to suggestions for other activities! If you are interested, please use the “Contact Us” feature on the website, or contact any board member.  We look forward to hearing from you!!

Association Dues
The deadline for homeowner association dues is April 30th, 2019.  Please do our treasurer a favor by paying dues on time using the “Payment” button at the top of this page.  Thank you!