Stonehenge Clubhouse
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Devlin Carey
Elyse Van Houzen
(248) 477-2448

AMI Office
Mon – Fri: 9am – 4:30pm
P: (586) 739-6001
F: (586) 739-6006


Trash pickup is every Friday morning around 7 a.m. and should be put at the curb no earlier than Thursday 7 p.m. Please properly secure trash in cans or garbage bags. Boxes and grocery sized bags are not recommended.
For details refer to the Waste Management website www.WM.com.

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About Stonehenge

The Stonehenge community is located at the south east corner of the City of Novi.  (Near Ten Mile and Haggerty Roads)  The location provides easy access to all of the major freeways and interstates and shopping at the Twelve Oaks Mall is only minutes away. There are 74 buildings containing 296 family units in the complex comprised of Townhouse, Carriage, and Ranch style units. 

Recreational amenities include a Clubhouse, Tennis Court, and in-ground Pool.  The Clubhouse is available to residents (at a nominal rental rate) for private parties and special occasions.  Full time on-site maintenance is provided by Mr. Devlin Carey.  During summer months part-time personnel supplement maintenance and provide manpower for special projects. Please also be advised that the clubhouse is open to in person meetings.

Tennis courts are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am – 4:30pm.

Pets are allowed, but there are restrictions and owner responsibility obligations that are strictly adhered to. 

Rentals of units are permitted only after Board approval of “Rental Lease Agreements” that comply with the Association’s Rules Regulations and Bylaws. Sales are by Owner or by local Realtor listings.  However prior to negotiating any purchase options, it is recommended that prospective buyers familiarize  themselves with the Association’s Bylaws and Rules and Regulations.

For further information regarding Stonehenge Condominiums please contact:

Stonehenge’s Onsite Office at the Clubhouse: 248-477-2448
(23535 Meeting Hall Lane – Novi MI 48375)

or call AMI (Association Management, Inc.) at 586-739-6001 (www.amicondos.com)

The Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7) members who are elected for staggered terms, annually. Annual meetings are held in March.

Paul Curtis – President
Susan Jenison – Vice President
Robert Davis – Treasurer
Joyce Kubrak – Board Member
Mary DeMattia – Board Member
Timothy Gorno – Board Member
Adrian Aliu – Board Member

Minutes: General Meeting 4-10-2023

Insurance Agency

Maris Brown Insurance Group
1055 E South Blvd, Ste. 140
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
(248) 257-5556

For a master policy insurance certificate requested by your mortgage company, please email [email protected] directly and provide a copy of the written request form your mortgage company.

For more information on what is covered by the Association’s insurance, please review the insurance section of the Stonehenge Governing Documents.



Each time a continuous snow event occurs that accumulates to a depth of 1½” inches or greater, the snow removal vendor is required to complete snow removal. Our snow vendor is scheduled to arrive within 4 hours after the 1½” accumulation. Their arrival can be delayed pending on the actual snow fall.

When there is a 1½” or greater forecast, all vehicles must be moved from courts to the main road area to allow access for snow removal from the courts. Once your court has been cleared you may return your car to the court area.

Several small snowfalls, less than the 1 1/2 “ required for automatic snow removal, may occur over a number of days. If these do not melt, accumulation on the ground may add up to several inches over a period of days. This type of accumulation is NOT part of our contracted service. The Board will determine if the conditions warrant additional service and act accordingly.

Court areas will be plowed first followed by the walkways. Snow removal from the main roads is completed by the municipality. Once the courts and main roads are cleared, removal of snow from remaining areas continues until all snow is removed.

Please understand that all residents need to assist by cooperating in this process by making sure vehicles are removed from court areas to provide accessibility to remove snow. If your cooperation is not had, there is the potential to increase liability and cost to the Association and may put you at risk of additional fees (if the vendor is required to return to complete areas not originally accessible as the result of unmoved vehicles). If you are away during winter months, please remember that VEHICLES CAN NOT BE STORED IN THE COURT WHILE YOU ARE AWAY.

Failure to comply with this policy may result in fines or the towing of your vehicle at your expense and liability. Co-owners with tenants should also be advised that as the owner of the unit, you remain responsible at all times for the actions of your tenant and any Association fines or fees incurred by your tenant are also your responsibility. As the unit owner, you must inform your tenant of the rules and enforce adherence– this is not the responsibility of the Association.

Our previous trash company Advanced Disposal was recently purchased by Waste Management.

Reminder: Trash pickup is every Friday morning around 7 a.m. and should be put at the curb no earlier than Thursday 7 p.m. Please properly secure trash in cans or garbage bags. Boxes and grocery sized bags are not recommended. For details refer to the Waste Management website www.WM.com.

“Bulky” and large-item pickups are available to certain Waste Management customers. Terms, fees and conditions may apply. WM customers can easily schedule bulky pickups from the WM website or by calling (866) 797-9018 Customer Name: Stonehenge Condominiums, Customer ID: 8-06594-22378.

What items do NOT go into the trash?
The following hazardous household waste items should NOT be treated as everyday garbage and should NOT be disposed of curbside, in your totes, bins or carts:

  • Batteries
  • Electronics
  • Fluorescent light bulbs
  • Paint and paint cans
  • Used motor oil and filters
  • Prescription medications

Waste Management has drop-off locations across the United States and in Canada. Visit one of these locations to properly
dispose of your aforementioned household hazardous waste. Items considered bulky include:

  • Appliances, TVs and electronics
  • Household furniture
  • Scrap metal

Waste Management has a drop-off location near you. Visit the nearest drop-off location to properly dispose of extra-large or bulky items that are too big or heavy for your regular trash container or bin.

Have a question or suggestion?

Send us a message – we’re here to help.

OFFICE HOURS: Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Devlin Carey ([email protected])
Elyse Van Houzen ([email protected])

P: (248) 477-2448

P: (586) 739-6001

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