Welcome to the website for the Council of Homeowner Associations (COHA) in Farmington Hills Michigan
The Council of Homeowner Associations helps subdivision and condominium associations in the Farmington / Farmington Hills area with homeowner issues such as deed restrictions, local land use and architectural controls, property values, maintenance of commons areas, and social events.
This umbrella group helps all the associations to further their local concerns by establishing communication between groups and having more clout on a city-wide basis.
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COHA Meeting Announcement
Council of Home Owner Associations
City of Farmington Hills
-Heritage Park Nature Center
-Views from a Naturalist
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
(Check in starting at 6:45pm)
Where - New Location
Farmington Hills Nature Center
24915 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(between 10 and 11 Mile Roads)
Nature Center Supervisor/City Naturalist
Ashlie Smith graduated from Central Michigan University with degrees in Biology and Enviromental Science. Since joining the city nine years ago, she now manages the Nature Center, its education staff and its year-round programming. Ashlie also guides invasive species and wildlife control, as well as other Natural Resource Management issues at all city parks.
She enjoys environmental education, working with adults and children to help them understand and connect with the natural world.
This discussion will be useful to homeowners and HOA leaders with questions and concerns about their local environment and its flora and fauna.
Meeting locations, speakers and other topics
will be shown on the site and emailed
to those on the COHA contact list