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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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 MEETING - JULY 25, at 6 pm

BUSH TRIMMING

BUSH TRIMMING STARTS ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JUNE 17TH (WEATHER PERMITTING) AND CONTINUES THROUGH THE WEEK UNTIL COMPLETED.

BUSHES IN FRONT OF THE UNITS WILL BE TRIMMED TO FOX CHASE'S STANDARDS. IF YOU DO NOT WANT ANY OF THE BUSHES IN YOUR AREA TRIMMED, PLEASE INDICATE BY PLACING SIGNAGE STATING SO OR HANGING RIBBON/CAUTION TAPE ON THE BUSHES. IN DOING SO, YOU (UNIT OWNER) WILL BE RESPONSIBLE TO HAVE THE BUSHES ROUTINELY TRIMMED.




Subject: Construction @ Weybridge and Little Mack


Charter Township of Clinton

Weybridge Street and Little Mack intersection project begins today, weather permitting. The INTERSECTION WILL BE CLOSED until reconstruction is completed on June 10, weather permitting. Closure was chosen as this will shorten the time to complete the project. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays and to seek alternative routes to enter and exit residential properties located around the intersection. The project calls for fixing the concrete base of the road and resurfacing with asphalt.




 

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Macomb county's first and finest


condominium community