Winners for the Holiday Light Contest

  • »  1st place 43106 Avon
  • »  2nd place 42682 Somerset
  • »  3rd place 42461 Hanford

Winners this year will receive a yard sign to display

2013 Holiday Light Contest Winners

  • »  1st 6015 Wedgewood
  • »  2nd 42411 Somerset Ct
  • »  3rd 5662 Willow Creek

Winners were award Lowe's Gift Cards

Notice to all Willow Homes Association Members

  • May 2013- The minimum requirement of 60% of the resident responding to the Ford Rd Special Assessment was not met at the Annual Meeting on May 6th. Therefore accordingly to the By-Laws another meeting must be scheduled within 60 days and now only 30% is required to respond.  Notice of this new meeting will be mailed out to all residents soon with a 30 days notice of the meeting date, time and location.  Proxies by mail will again be accepted or you may drop off your vote at any Board Members home, who's address can be found in your annual directory.
  • The annual dues statements have been mailed out already, however the Special Assessment for 2013 has been canceled.
  • Please pay the amount on your statement less the $60.00 Special Assessment.
  • The Road Repair will be discussed at the Annual Meeting in May.
  • Thank you for your prompt payment.
  • If you have already mailed your payment please send our Treasurer an email stating if you would like your check returned or cashed and a $60 refund issued to you. Sorry for the inconvenience, we hope we can still have your support in May in regards to the road repair.

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Snow Reminder: Please move your vehicles off the street until the contractor has plowed.

The next Board Meeting is
Rescheduled for Jan 18th

Board meetings are held in the conference room at Ameriplus Financial, 45340 Hanford Rd Canton

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Snow emergencies in Canton

A snow emergency is declared for the purpose of clearing streets for snow removal and to allow accessibility for police and fire vehicles to respond to emergencies. In declaring a snow emergency, consideration must be given to the amount of snow fall and/or severity of weather, along with the ability to commit department resources to ensure compliance.

Canton Public Safety declares a snow emergency when snow accumulation of generally five inches or more is predicted. The following prevailing weather conditions are also taken into consideration:
  • Duration of the snow event
  • High winds, drifting, blizzard-like conditions
  • Warming conditions
  • Sleet, freezing rain, etc.
During a snow emergency parking is prohibited on all streets in Canton to provide adequate access for plows and emergency vehicles. Voluntary compliance is appreciated, but the traffic order does provide for enforcement action to be taken up to and including vehicles being ticketed and/or towed.

For further information contact Emergency Management Planner Kathy Rich at 734/394-5357, or at