Welcome to Thornridge Subdivision located in NW Oakland County, Rochester Hills, Michigan
Making outside improvements?
Posted on Mar 1st, 2023
The Deed Restrictions require residents to contact the Architectural Control Committee before commencing work for approval! Often, we begin work outside without knowing property boundaries or make modifications to the exterior (such as windows/brick walls/etc.) that do not match the neighborhood. Please check for approval before beginning any new construction, permanent structures, etc. in order to avoid costly errors. Repair or replacement of existing structures not requiring a physical change, such as decks, do not require approval. This requirement exists for the protection of your property value and to maintain the architectural harmony of the community.
Homeowner Approved - 2022 Deed Restrictions are available online
Posted on Nov 29th, 2022
In addition to posting the 2022 Deed Restrictions to our website, a link was sent to those owners that have provided email address information. For those that have not provided email information, a letter was sent indicating that the documents can be downloaded from the website. If any homeowner prefers, they can obtain a hard copy by picking one up via Jolicor's office or a board member.
Volunteer Positions Available!
Posted on Nov 29th, 2022
Come and join us while we keep our neighborhood running smoothly!
Volunteer Positions available
Link to volunteer duties in detail https://www.thornridge.org/volunteer-positions/
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Senior Care and Assisted Living Guide in Michigan
Posted on Sep 18th, 2021
This guide provides in-depth information on senior care costs in Michigan and compares assisted living costs in the state to those of neighboring states. It also provides information about government programs and services for seniors, as well as an overview of the laws and standards for assisted living care in Michigan
Michigan is home to 9.9 million people, and the U.S. Census Bureau reports that about 17.2% of Michiganders are aged 65 or older. By 2030, one in four Michigan residents will be 60 or older, an increase of 32% from 2012. With its moderate cost of living, abundance of health care facilities and four-season climate, Michigan can be a good option for seniors seeking an affordable place to spend their retirement years.
According to Genworth Financial's 2019 Cost of Care Survey, assisted living facilities in Michigan cost an average of $4,000 per month. This is slightly lower than the national average of $4,051 per month.
This guide is a national and state resource for free/subsidized hearing aids designed to support seniors in communities across the US to ensure safety and quality of everyday life.
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