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Welcome to the Villages of Oscoda
Home Owners Association website!

    The Villages of Oscoda is located near the Lake Huron shoreline of Northeast Michigan. With Lake Huron, the Mighty AuSable River, VanEttan Lake, and the Huron National Forest surrounding the Villages, it is a four season recreational wonderland! The area also offers Medical and Dental services close by as well as restaurants, a public library, churches and many other local attractions.

It is the Mission of The Villages of Oscoda Homeowners Association, through its Board of Directors, to:
Treat its members fairly in accordance with the Covenants and Architectural Review Standards
Promote the aesthetic beauty and functional value of property within the As
sociation while being sensitive to the needs of all residents
 Promote the welfare and safety of all residents in the Association
Provide a forum in which
all residents can interact and share their ideas and opinions
Provide all residents with professional governance that wi
ll reflect positively upon The Villages of Oscoda and the surrounding communities

Monthly Association Dues For 2017

The monthly dues for the Villages of Oscoda, HOA was increased to $58.00 effective
January 1, 2017.  To ensure that your payment is applied correctly, please make sure to include your Villages address on all your checks or Money Orders!  If you own more then one home, please include ALL the addresses that the payment is to be applied to. 

If you are setup for automatic withdrawal through our office, YOU WILL NOT NEED TO TAKE ANY ACTION.    The office will make the adjustment for you.  Just remember to deduct the new $58.00 amount per month in your check register beginning in January.

For those who have made arrangements with your own banking facility for automatic withdrawal, PLEASE REMEMBER TO NOTIFY YOUR FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF THE CHANGE THAT IS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1ST.

Thank you!
(Check out the Association's newsletter, The Village Chatter, for more details.)

LED Digital Reader Sign

Over the past few years the Association has been looking at additional ways to communicate with it's members about important information such as upcoming events, changes in the normal office schedule, trash pick up schedule, etc. or to highlight important information or reinders that homeowners would need to know.  Currently, the Association's only form of communication has been to send out a newsletter,

The Village Chatter
, every two months to communicate a variety of  important information to our homeowners.  If a change were to occur after printing, it could
be up to an additional 2 months before we would be able to inform the co-owners of that change through the newsletter.  A digital sign can reduce that "lag time".

The Board of Directors thought it would be extremely useful if we had an LED Digital Reader Sign in front of the clubhouse so that resident homeowners and visitors can view changes more quickly as they happen.  To that end, an LED Digital Reader Sign can be a very helpful tool.  However, the Board does NOT believe that funds collected from the monthly dues should be used towards the purchase of this sign.

The office is accepting donations from homeowners to purchase and install a digital reader sign.  The exact sign has not been picked out yet.  There will be more information to come on the type and cost of the LED digital sign that will work best for our needs.
The first donation came from the proceeds of the 50/50 Raffle during our Christmas Pot-Luck event in December.  We are also looking for ideas on ways to raise the money needed for the purchase. 





Results of the 2016 Board of Director Election

602 ballots were mailed out.  229 were in our ballot box.  Of that 229 ballots, 2 were not counted due to one not being in an envelope and the other one had the control number crossed off the envelope. That leaves the count to 227 ballots were received correctly.  16 of the 602 ballots were received back in the office "Return To Sender" as the address was not correct or something along those lines.  Those owners were contacted and they were allowed to come in the office and pick up their ballot if they wanted to.  The votes were as follows:

                                                204 votes were received for Mike Munson

                                    201 votes were received for JoAn Nink
                                    209 votes were received for Dave Sherman.

All three members were received onto the Board of Directors. We will post their positions on the Board in the next newsletter.  Thank you to all of you who voted! Make sure you stay up to speed with the by-law changes that are coming your way soon!


Mondays - Euchre - 12:30 p.m. &
Ballroom Dance Class - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesdays & Thursdays - Exercise Class - 5:30pm - Summer Only
Wednesdays - T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) - 9:30 a.m.
Wednesdays - Yoga Classes - 5:30pm 

Fridays - Pinochle - 12:30 p.m.

The Board of Directors approved a new complaint resolution procedure. The procedure and form is available to view and print under "Main Pages" and "Association Forms " on the website. Also, hard copies are available to pick up at the HOA office. Also if you would like to set up an appointment to discuss anything with the Board please call the office. If you have any questions, please call the office.  

Here is a link to assist you in making sure you have enough homeowners dwelling insurance coverage. The Board of Directors will be changing the standard that all multi - dwelling units must have at least $113.00 per square foot for replacement coverage on your unit, depending on your upgrades. This change will go in effect in January of 2016. Although $115-$150 is recommended. If you have additional structures, like a garage, remember to add that to your policy also. Single Family Dwellings must submit proof of insurance on any shared dwellings. Click on this link for more information - https://homeownersinsurance.com/homeowners-insurance-calculator.php

Please remember to send all emails to:
If you would like to have the monthly newsletter e-mailed to you, send us an email with your name, address and e-mail address and we will add you to our list! It's that easy!

We have WiFi available at the Clubhouse. We also have a PC desktop computer for the homeowners to use out in the clubhouse. Any resident who would like to use it, check in at the office for a password! There is also a lending library as well as books, puzzles and games for the kids. Come in and check it out!

For a listing of any homes for sale on the realestate multi-listing go to http://realestate-mls.com and click on Iosco County. They are listed in alphabetical order by city. All homes listed with a realestate agent are listed here. Some of the homes that are forsale by owner are listed on the homeowners forum.

Please make sure you are putting your garbage out in cans or at least black trash bags, since the critters and birds like to get into the garbage. All trash must be put out to the curb by 6am Monday morning.

Reminder:  All changes to outdoor lighting must be approved by ACC, according to Bylaws. Article VI, Section 1 (f)  "All outdoor lighting shall be aesthetically pleasing and harmonious with the existing Condominium Project and subject to ACC approval."

If any homeowner would like to schedule an activity at the Villages of Oscoda HOA Clubhouse, just call the office (739-4915) or stop in. We have a calendar in the office already started with activities listed on it for anyone to join in. Come on in and join in on the fun!

VFW Fish Fry - Every Friday night from 5-7:30pm in the summer and 5-7pm in the winter months. Children under 5 are free. Choose fish or chicken. Dinners include potato, cottage cheese or cole slaw and coffee and water. Other drinks available at the bar. Open to the public! Bring your friends!

Please feel free to visit the Chamber of Commerce website at http://www.oscodachamber.com You will be able to see what all is going on in the Oscoda/AuSable area!

Iosco County Commission on Aging offers many services and activities. If you want information regarding their services, which include homemaking services, respite care, home delivered meals, and personal care, call them at the Oscoda office at 739-3781. These services are available to residents of Iosco County who are at least 60 years of age. No income eligibility is required.

For Sale Signs:
The Board of Directors and the ACC has authorized the use of "For Sale" signs to be placed in the units. There are guidelines to be followed which include a standardized sign and registering your unit at the HOA office. For more information, contact the office or you may view the guidelines within the "FORMS" module.



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