The Hickory Heights Property Owners Association is comprised of over 350 homes in the Hickory Heights subdivision which is located in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. The neighborhood is located between Adams and Squirrel Roads, north of Wattles, and contains homes in both the Bloomfield Hills School District and Birmingham School District.For All Homeowners:
Please Register on our Website
! And for New Homeowners - Welcome to the neighborhood! We are confident you will love living here! We have a master directory on this site and need your help to keep all information comprehensive and up-to-date. The board uses this information to populate our annual printed directory as well. Please create just one account per household/address.
Multiple people can be added to the same account; just click on "Add Member". Choose "Joint Member" if you'd like the option of providing a second phone number for the account.
Annual dues are $40 per household ($35 senior discount) and are due by March 31st, 2022. There is a late fee of $5. Your dues help maintain the plantings, decorations, and lighting at the 7 common entrances, and pay for our special neighborhood events throughout the year.
Once you are registered on the website, please see our Membership/Dues page
for specific instructions. Dues can always be sent to our mailing address:
P.O. Box 273
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303New Committees:
We are excited to provide the opportunity for more community involvement throughout Hickory Heights. You don't have to serve on the board to be influential in our neighborhood! Please consider taking a small step and joining the Events, Holiday Decorations, or Welcoming Committee. You can read more about the specific Neighborhood Committees
here. Contact Us:
General Questions or Comments? [email protected]For Title Companies:
Please reach out to our treasurer: [email protected]Recent Updates:1/19/21
The annual Hickory Heights Property Owners Association meeting is tonight at 7pm. The Zoom link was sent out via email. Please check your spam/promotions email folders if you didn't receive it.
Unfortunately, Hickory Heights will not be holding our large, annual Halloween event this year. This decision was reached in light of the ongoing pandemic and the responsibility we all feel to keep one another in the neighborhood safe.
Several residents have asked if the HHPOA board has any recommendations or guidelines with how to proceed with trick or treating or personal Halloween celebrations this year. Simply put, we don't believe it is our place as the HHPOA board to suggest or tell residents what they should or shouldn't do with their families. Since we are all mature adults, we trust you to do whatever you deem is best and appropriate for your household. Regardless of how each individual family decides to celebrate this year, please continue to think of others and keep the health and safety of our residents as your primary concern. Let's have lots of fun this Halloween, celebrating in a safe manner, while simultaneously taking care of and respecting one another. Thank you!
The Bloomfield Twp Board of Trustees passed ordinance #665 at their 8/24 meeting which now allows residents to install permanent basketball hoops and play structures without having to get a permit and appear before the zoning board of appeals, provided they follow the guidelines. You can watch the video presentation and specific requirements here
Click on the 8/24 board meeting (currently the top video) for information about permanent basketball hoops (starts at 24:15) and the info on play structures (starts at 28:28). Hopefully this streamlines the process while also reducing the monetary investment previously required of residents.
6/1/20 Some residents have recently inquired about Bloomfield Township's stance on both open burning and open storage. To summarize ordinance 16-27, dry wood is allowed to be burned outside if contained in an exterior fire pit. The burning of leaves/brush or trash, however, is not allowed.
Covid 19 Situation:
To summarize zoning ordinance 42-5.5, no vehicles other than "licensed private passenger cars" are allowed to be stored at homes on a permanent basis.
Every home in Hickory Heights should have received a form providing the name and phone number of a neighborhood volunteer who is available to assist with any needs that arise. We want to make certain we look out for one another during this time of uncertainty.