Wrapped in mature
trees amid gently rolling hills, the Country Creek development is situated on 290 acres in
Oakland Township, Michigan. With almost one quarter of the subdivision devoted to green space,
ponds, and a meandering brook, its executive home sites represent the best blend of
country living with all of the amenities. The charm of community walking paths,
abundant green space and quiet streets--all conveniently located close to Rochester, Great
Lakes Crossing, Oakland University and with easy access to Interstate 75 make Country Creek a
great place to live.
Final Yard Waste Pickup of the Season This Friday Country Creek’s last yard waste service is this Friday, December 9, (same day as regular trash service).
Advanced Disposal prefers compost bags but will pick up yard waste that is in marked containers.
The yard waste season runs from April 1 through November 30 each year and is extended into the first few days of December when 11/30 falls midweek as it does this year.
Oakland Township Safety Trails and Paths Open House Join the Oakland Township Safety Paths and Trails committee for an open house on 9/21 from 2:30-4:30 PM and 6:00-8:00 PM at the Paint Creek Cider Mill. Come learn more about the Eagle Creek project to finish the subdivision trail. Click here for more information
Sub Picnic a success! Once again beautiful weather rewarded our Association when the annual subdivision picnic took place the first weekend in August.
Thanks to Kylie Wood and Amanda Partridge for planning this fun event!
Click here for pictures!
Annual Meeting Held A quorum of neighbors attended this years annual Association Meeting. We were joined by special guest Terry Gonser Oakland Township Supervisor.
Check the minutes here
Association Meeting (Date Change) The annual Association meeting will take place at Delta Kelly Elementary school on Monday, May 9, at 7 pm. We will be updating the residents on the improvements and updates planned for the subdivision.
Severe Weather Awareness Week and Tornado Siren Test While normally Oakland County tests the severe weather alert siren system on the first Saturday of each month,
since April 10-16 is Severe Weather Awareness week, the tests will be conducted to coincide with that week.
On Wednesday, April 13 at 1:30 PM, all of Oakland county's sirens and NOAA Weather Alert Radios will be activated in a
coordinated drill with the Rochester Public Schools, Homeland Security, FEMA and many local businesses.
If you have younger children, you may wish to explain the importance of these drills, and use the opportunity to practice taking shelter.
In 2014 there were 897 tornadoes reported in the United States, with 47 fatalities.
For great information on staying safe, the National Weather Service and Oakland County have some helpful information:
Hazardous Waste Old oil based paints and stains, lead batteries and electronic equipment can be properly disposed of at the Oakland County NOHAZ event. Collections will take place at North Sashabaw Elementary on May 21 and June 11 at Oakland University. Township residents pay $10 per vehicle. More information is available at www.nohaz.com
Christmas Tree Pickup You will need to request pickup of your tree. The service is free, but a special recycling truck is sent, so please contact Republic.
Pulte Update You may have noticed heavy trucks on Kern road, the Pulte company is beginning to work on their Bald Mountain development on the 237 acres where the golf course was previously located. As additional information becomes available, we will keep you updated.
Mailbox looking bad? If you are going replace your mailbox, please consider purchasing the mailbox style
which has been recommended for our subdivision. Amazon.com now carries the Salsbury mailboxes - at a great price--and
the best part is that it is as a Prime item Prime members get it with free shipping!
Here are the links to purchase the mailbox components yourself directly from Amazon:
Want to see the mailbox in person? Go to 3584 South Creek to see the color and size.
August 2015 News
Neighborhood Summer Picnic The first annual CCHA Summer Party was a success!
We hope you enjoyed meeting new neighbors or catching up with old friends. The weather was perfect!
If you didn't make it this year, we hope you'll put the first Saturday of August on your calendar for next summer.
We have several people to thank for helping to make our party a success. We couldn't have done it without them!
Thanks so much to the neighbors on Inverness Court for being gracious hostesses for this fun event!
A few neighbors on the court deserve a special thank you for allowing us to use their front yards and electricity for the band and inflatables...
thank you Filho Family, Williamson Family, and Ara Family! Thanks to Ruth Berklich with Keller Williams for donating a bounce house!
We also need to thank the amazing band Acoustic Madness for keeping the party rocking with their great entertainment!
We owe Chuck Dardas a huge thank you for his contribution and help in acquiring the band. Thank you to Andy Hester for donating fun toys for the kids at
the party and to the Kenny Family and Chuck Dardas for purchasing the Kona shave ice treats for all the kids. Thanks to Hungry Howie's for
discounting our pizza too. Last but not least a special thank you to the committee...Kylie Wood, Amanda Partridge and Paula Kenny!
Bylaw Consolidation The BYLAWs did not pass due to low participation. Although 97% of those who voted were in favor, the
current bylaws stipulate that 85% of the residents in good standing have to vote, and we came in about 75 votes short of what we need.
Because these changes are important, we will conduct another vote next year to see if we can get to the minimum.
Postage and Dues for next year We are in the process of negotiating a renewal for our garbage collection. Although the cost
has increased, we have not passed any of that on to the residents. As a part of managing these expenses, and setting in place the new contract, we
will likely be forced to adjust the dues. Some of that increase will be offset by adding a new discount for residents who provide their email address.
There will be more about that as we get close to the end of the fiscal year, and as we renegotiate our contracts. Your board is dedicated to
providing the best value and neighborhood appeal, but we have seen several years of vendor increases.
Pulte Completes Aquisition of Bald Mountain Golf Course The Pulte company will be breaking ground next spring on their Bald Mountain development on the 237 acres where
the golf course is presently located. As a part of the concessions granted to Orion Township, additional improvements in the safety paths along Silverbell, new ball fields
at the Jesse Decker Park, and a significantly lower density and additional retained green space all will mark this significant development. At the request of numerous
neighbors, Kern Road will not be paved, to help retain the rural feel of the area. The main subdivision traffic will be through a new Silverbell
entrance at Squirrel Road. As additional information is obtained we will post it on the site.
Advisories for Oakland (MIZ069) Michigan Issued by the National Weather Service at 12/7/2016 4:17:07 PM: