This site last updated Sunday, Nov. 3, 2016

Springbrook Hills and 

Springbrook Hills East 

Homeowners Association

Springbrook Hills HOA

P.O. Box 366

DeWitt, MI 48820


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Welcome to our new website. We upgraded to better serve you, the residents of Springbrook Hills and Springbrook Hills East.

We have mailed postcards  announcing this launch. 

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There are 300 properties in our two neighborhoods, with an active Neighborhood Watch program and a Board that is here to serve you. We sponsor events throughout the year, and see to it that our lush and vibrant common areas are well-maintained.

Feel free to click on the Board page and contact any one of the Officers, or simply email us at with any questions or concerns, or just to say, hello!


We have added incident reports to the Neighborhood Watch page. We will be updating these as incidents occur. We will try to publish information here as well as on our Facebook page. Just click on Neighborhood Watch (above).


We are working on the appearance of the Howe Road pond.   Based on the depth of the pond (approx 3 ft max)  and severity of growth, It was decided to treat the pond in sections.  There are a lot of fish present and we did not want to treat too much and deplete oxygen levels below conditions suitable for fish.   

Our main goal for the first treatment was to open up the east end of the pond to clear the area around the fountain.  Now that we have some control over that end of the pond, we went ahead and treated the narrow end of the pond last week.  

Now if conditions are right and growth isn't too severe, we will go ahead and treat the entire pond for the rest of season.  If anyone has any questions don't hesitate to email me, Stacy Polydys, . 


Pickleball is a fun sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. It is played on a badminton size court with a solid paddle and a wiffle ball. Kathy Gorton has organized two drop in adult leagues. The drop in league will start June 14th and play Tuesday Mornings from 9:00-11:00 and Tuesday evenings from 6:00-8:00. There will be paddles and balls available to use. Meet at the tennis courts, wear supportive athletic shoes and comfortable clothing. Bring water. If you have questions or would like to help with the league email Kathy at:

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