37264 Charter Oaks Blvd.
Clinton Township, MI 48036
Phone: 800-821-8800
Fax: 586-739-6006



Located in the heart of Macomb County, Fox Chase was one of the first planned Condominium Communities developed by the Bert L. Smokler Company. Construction began in 1968, and ultimately resulted in the creation of 496 family units offering Townhouse and Ranch style floor plans. Today, Fox Chase offers its co-owner/ residents a dynamic, mature, successful, community with an ongoing plan that has allowed for the development of a well-maintained, fiscally sound, family oriented environment.

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FOX CHASE OFFICE CLOSED
POOL CLOSED - PLEASE READ THE ATTACHED
Pool closed letter - 2021-CN.pdf

Fox Chase Residents

DO YOUR PART TO AVOID PIPES FREEZING THIS WINTER

 

Ten thousand dollars, that is the average insurance claim in relation to "water damage and freezing" according to the Insurance Information Institute. Each year, one in 50 homeowners will file one of these claims. Here are some tips to share and reduce the risk this winter:

 -Keep your entry door, windows and/or  garage door closed (it’s also a community rule).

 -Drain your garden hoses and hose bibbs. Remove all garden hoses and turn off the inside water line. Don't forget to open the bibbs to allow excess water to drain off. Consider investing in frost free bibbs.

 -Allow your faucets to drip. Allowing a trickle of water to run through the faucet will relieve pressure in your pipes if they happen to freeze. (only interior faucets, please note)

 -If you are leaving for vacation, turn your water off.

 -Maintain a minimum temperature inside the condo of 63 degrees.

 -Open vanity cabinets. Leave your vanity cabinet doors open so warm air can circulate around the pipes (during extreme cold temps)

 -Check for drafts. Feel for drafts near where pipes, cables and wires enter the home.

 -Every precaution you take is a helpful step in reducing the risk of pipes bursting.


ALL REQUESTS FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ITEMS FOR THE INTERIOR OF YOUR UNIT OR THOSE WHICH REQUIRE DIRECT PERSON TO PERSON CONTACT, OTHER THAN  EMERGENCIES, WILL BE HELD UNTIL CONDITIONS RETURN TO A SAFE LEVEL.

 

PLEASE ALSO BE ADVISED THAT THE MAIN OFFICE OF ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC, HOWEVER, AMI STAFF MEMBERS REMAIN AVAILABLE AND ARE WORKING REMOTELY. YOU MAY CONTACT THEM THROUGH EMAIL AT AMI@AMICONDOS.COM OR PROPERTY MANAGER, DAWN AMEZ AT DAMEZ@AMICONDOS.COM.

SINCERELY,

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT, INC.      
 

IN AN EMERGENCY SUCH AS: flood, fire, burst pipes, downed tree blocking driveway or roads, sump pump failure, sewer back up, or blown out window, PLEASE CALL – 800-821-8800


FOR MAINTENANCE WORK ORDERS DURING STANDARD BUSINESS HOURS, CALL: 586-463-6341
 

 

NEXT BOARD OF DIRECTORS IS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2021 AT 6 PM

 

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Macomb county's first and finest


condominium community