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Nowland Estates Subdivision Homeowners Association Members

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Events for 2022

Board of Directors Meetings

All residents are welcome!

Canton Township Building - Room B

  • Wednesday, March 2nd; 7-8 pm

  • Wednesday, June 8th; 7-8 pm

  • CANCELLED: Wednesday, September 7th; 7-8 pm

Neighborhood Walkthrough

Wednesday, August 31st; 6:30 pm

Annual Association Meeting

All residents are welcome!

Canton Township Building - Room B

  • Tuesday, November 15th; 7-8 pm

Sub-Wide Garage Sale

  • June 2-4, 2022

Neighborhood Block Party

  • TBD


Subdivision Overview

  • Annual Assessment is $325 and is due on February 28th, 2022

  • Trash Collection is on Wednesdays

  • Mailing address:

  • Nowland Estates Subdivision Homeowners Association, Inc.

  • P.O. Box 871764, Canton, MI  48187

  • Quarterly Board Meetings, See Events

  • Annual Subdivision Meeting, See Events

  • Sub-Wide Garage Sale

  • Neighborhood Block Party in the summer

  • 86 homes

Edited 1/7/2022

Annual Assessments

The Annual Assessment is $325, due on February 28th, 2022


Late Assessments will be subject to the following penalties:

  • $25 late fee

  • 7% annual interest

  • Lien placed on the property

  • Suspended Member voting rights


NOTE: The homeowner is responsible for all legal fees pertaining to the collection of overdue assessments.

See the Treasurer page for more details.

Snow Removal


Streets will be plowed after a snowfall event of 2" or more. Plowing should be finished within 48 hours AFTER the snow stops falling.

Please remove your cars from the street during snow events.  Moving your car allows the contractor to clear the roads safely, efficiently and completely.

Please shovel you sidewalk in a timely manner.

Edited from: Canton FOCUS, December 2021, "Snow removal reminder".

"The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) reminds property owners that depositing snow and ice in public roadways is prohibited. Snow, ice or slush pushed onto the roadway creates a safety hazard, as well as crates inefficiencies for...snow removal operations which results in increased costs to the public for winter maintenance services."

Edited 12/14/2021

Housekeeping Announcement

From Canton FOCUS, November 2021, Treasurer Slavens' Corner

"...Please keep storm drains in our neighborhood streets cleared. Often leaves, grass and debris will run onto the storm drains blocking them. Keeping the drains cleared, allows water to freely flow into the drains. Whether it is the cold winter months, keeping the snow and ice cleared from the storm drains, or during our rainy season, a heavy rain can cause street flooding when the storm drains are blocked."

Edited 12/14/2021

Tree Trimming Above Sidewalks

Canton Township Ordinances require tree branches to be trimmed to 7' above all sidewalks.

This is important for the safety of pedestrians and bike riders.

Edited 12/14/2021

Exterior Renovations



1. Contact the ARC 

2. Provide plans to the board for review


The Architectural Review process is governed by the Declaration of Covenants & Restrictions. Article V.


There have been several objections to some homeowner's selection of trim and siding colors; so, please see the Architectural Review page for more details on how the process works.

Edited 12/14/2021