Kendallwood Farms is a quiet group of subdivisions in Farmington Hills. Our subdivision is within walking distance to the public library, post office, schools, and parks. We have easy access to I-696 at Orchard Lake Rd. and many excellent options for dining and shopping. The homes in our subdivision is a mix of ranch, split-level, and colonial most of which were built in the late 1950's and 1960's. Our owners take pride in both their homes and the community.
Kendallwood Number 2, Kendallwood Number 3 and Kendallwood Number 4
The Kendallwood Farms Homeowners Association is working to host several social events for our members throughout the year. We have hosted Easter egg hunts, movie nights, pool parties, and some other events. To view all of our events, please go to our Eventbrite page
Check back frequently for the latest updates. If you are a resident, please join our closed Facebook group to learn about the latest news and events.
If you have ideas for new events, or would like to volunteer your to help, please contact us. Your suggestions and contributions are always welcome!
The Kendallwood Farms Homeowners Association Board of Directors is elected each year at the annual Home Owners Association meeting. We are unpaid volunteers that work to make our subdivision better for all of our homeowners. Our duties include maintaining the entrances on 12 Mile Rd. and Farmington Rd., writing and distributing newsletters, planning and hosting social events, and collaborating with local government. The board meet periodically throughout the year and we welcome any new volunteers that would like to help.
President: Sandra Groves
Vice President: Leslie Washington
Secretary: Reid Heitkamp
Webmaster: Adam Specht
Treasurer: Norma Greeley
Social Chair: John Wittner
Board Members: Sydney Turner, John Ferguson, Kevin Brown
Architectural Committee: Mark Bray, Kevin Brown, Claudia Brim, Diane Hague, Sue Aiuto
Dues are $25.00 per year and payment is required for membership. The Association fiscal year runs from June 1 through May 31. The last increase in dues was in 2004 and dues were made mandatory in 2002, both actions by vote of the Association.
Payments can be made to K.F.H.A. and mailed to our postal box or paid on-line:
P.O. Box 2922
Farmington Hills, MI 48333
A request for dues payment is prepared at the start of each fiscal year and is mailed before September 1 to each property owner. A “second request” is mailed by April 1 to those owners not responding to the first request. It is the property owner’s responsibility to notify the Association of changes in property information.
Records are kept for a minimum of five years and the active treasurer’s record shows dues payments for the most recent five year period and includes the resident and/or property owner’s name, address, telephone number and payment history. Dues records are currently on file back to 2001.