Parkside Preserve - Pontiac, Michigan

Welcome to the Parkside Preserve Homeowners Association Web site!

This site was created as a communications tool for the residents of the Parkside Preserve in Pontiac, Michigan. You will find critical documents and forms and other useful information on this site. So browse the site and if you don't see something that you think should be included, please contact us!

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Dear Residents,
As the vibrant colors of spring begin to bloom around us, it's time to prepare our homes for the season ahead. With the rainy weather and gusty winds in the forecast, let's ensure our community remains beautiful and well-maintained.
Here are a few reminders for exterior maintenance:
Contain Trash: Please ensure that your trash is properly contained, especially with the windy weather. If it blows, kindly pick it up to keep our streets clean and tidy.

Landscaping Cleanup: Let's welcome the new season by removing dead foliage from our yards. Clearing away debris allows fresh growth to flourish. Consider laying down preen to prevent weed growth in your flower beds and applying fresh mulch for both weed prevention and enhanced curb appeal.

Home Inspection: Take some time to inspect your home for any necessary maintenance. Powerwashing is a fantastic way to brighten up your exterior and give it a fresh, clean appearance.

We appreciate your dedication to maintaining our community's beauty and welcoming atmosphere. Together, we can ensure that our neighborhood thrives and remains a place we're proud to call home.
Thank you for being an essential part of our community. May this spring bring forth vibrant flowers and a warm, inviting atmosphere to your homes.

Newsletters is now available to download!
Highlights include: Budgets, Meet our new property manager, Bus stop safety, garage sale dates - download now to read more!

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Spring 2023 Newsletter

Don't forget about the Gutters!
Below are some other helpful homeowner reminders.

Examine Roof Shingles
Examine roof shingles to see if any were lost or damaged during winter. If your home has an older roof covering, you may want to start a budget for replacement. The summer sun can really damage roof shingles. Shingles that are cracked, buckled or loose or are missing granules need to be replaced. Flashing around plumbing vents, skylights and chimneys need to be checked and repaired by a qualified roofer.

Check the Gutters
Check for loose or leaky gutters. Improper drainage can lead to water in the basement or crawl space. Make sure downspouts drain away from the foundation and are clear and free of debris.

Inspect the Concrete
Inspect concrete slabs for signs of cracks or movement. All exterior slabs except pool decks should drain away from the home's foundation. Fill cracks with a concrete crack filler or silicone caulk. When weather permits, power-wash and then seal the concrete.

Check Outside Faucets
Check outside hose faucets for freeze damage. Turn the water on and place your thumb or finger over the opening. If you can stop the flow of water, it is likely the pipe inside the home is damaged and will need to be replaced. While you're at it, check the garden hose for dry rot.

Service the AC Unit
Have a qualified heating and cooling contractor clean and service the outside unit of the air conditioning system. Clean coils operate more efficiently, and an annual service call will keep the system working at peak performance levels. Change interior filters on a regular basis.

Seal the Deck
Of all springtime outdoor projects, sealing the deck is probably the most time consuming. To protect decks, railings and pergolas from harsh weather, lightly sand all surfaces with an electric sander. Next, wipe all surfaces clean with a damp cloth. Once the wood is dry to the touch, apply one or two coats of sealer to the surfaces using a staining pad or a roller.

Paying Your HoA Dues Online:
As an added enhancement, KC Property Service is now able to offer additional payment methods for homeowners to pay their assessments.

Please visit the online payment website at for these payment options. If you go to the alliance website, you will need to click the "BACK TO HOME" option at the top right of the web page.
   eCheck - A one-time direct debit. No fee.
   Reoccurring ACH -
A reoccurring direct debit withdrawal  
   enabling owners to determine the date of the debit, AAB will
   send the owner a reminder email prior to debit. No fee.

   Credit Card - All credit cards are accepted. 3 Percent Service 
   fee charged to the homeowner at the time of the transaction.
   Debit cards have a flat $5 service fee.

Please note: The Association code is: 1055.

Proposed Covenant Changes - Petition What is needed of our community members?
Approving the proposed Covenant revisions through signing a petition.
Must be the deed holder of the home to sign the petition. View Covenant revision summary here.

Volunteers Wanted!
We are seeking volunteers to serve on two community committees: Beautification Committee and Architectural Committee. Please fill out the Contact Us form to request more information about these service opportunities.