Read below for frequently asked questions.
How much are the HOA dues and do I have to pay them?
The amount of annual association member dues is set each Fall and has been between $110 and $210 over the last 8 years. Current year dues are payable on January 1. By deed restrictions, all homeowners are required to belong to the association and pay the yearly dues. Dues for 2020 have been set at $110.
Is outdoor burning allowed?
All outdoor burning is prohibited by WB ordinance. Please report anyone burning outdoors to the police at (248) 975-9200. Click here to read the complete ordinance.
What do I do if I notice potholes in the roads within the subdivision?
If you notice potholes in the pavement within the sub, please let the board know and notify the Oakland County Road Commission. The Road Commission tends to give priority if multiple people complain.
Can I keep chickens at my home?
From our by-laws and WB ordinances: No animals, livestock, birds or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on any lot, except that dogs, cats or other common household pets may be kept provided they are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purposes.
Who manages snow plowing for the subdivision?
The WB Woods HOA Board is only responsible for contracting snow removal in the common spaces and does not negotiate for driveway plowing. Each homeowner should feel free to choose another service or negotiate with the service used for the subdivision.
Please visit this page for the latest information on snow plowing: http://wbwoods.com/trash-snow/.