Pheasant View Homeowners' Association

PO Box 871463, Canton, MI 48187

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From the Roadway Manager

May 29, 2017

 Dear Homeowner,

 A significant sidewalk, curb, and roadway repair will be commencing this week. Curb and sidewalk work will take place first and be completed before work on the roads begin.  The repairs will be done in phases by subdivision.  Areas affected by the repairs are identified on maps located on the Pheasant Run Roadway Management Association (PRRMA) website @

 General Information:

·         Normal working hours for the contractor selected (Nagel Paving) are 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday – Saturday

·         Curb and sidewalk repair will begin in Fairway Pines.  Once complete the crews will then move to Fairways and then finally into Pheasant View.  This phased approach should be the least disruptive to Liberty Fest and should be ongoing until late July. 

·         Milling and the re-paving of the roads will begin in late July/early August.  This task should take no more than 2 weeks for all three subs

·         Road work will begin in Fairway Pines and follow the same order as the curb and sidewalk repair.  Weather permitting, Nagel will attempt not to work on the roads on Saturdays

·         The tack coat that is laid prior to re-paving should not be walked on or driven on.  Nagle said that this coat is laid just prior to paving so the exposure to the homeowner should be minimal  

·         Nagel will provide an advance notification to the homeowner of work on or around their property with notices on their front door and by their garage

·         Glengarry Blvd. and Summit Parkway will also be repaired. While these repairs are in process one side of the divided road will be closed and motorists will need to travel in both directions on the side open until construction is complete

·         Once work completes for the day, most equipment will be removed and then returned the next day

 Homeowner’s responsibility during this process:

·         As part of the notice provided by Nagel, the homeowner will be asked to shut off the water supply to their irrigation system for two weeks as the work in their area may go on that long.  Irrigation systems that are not shut off may delay the completion of work in that area

·         Some repairs may restrict a homeowner from gaining access to their driveway.  During these times we ask that you park your vehicles on the closest unaffected street so that repairs are not disrupted and completed as quickly as possible

·         The project is on a very tight timeline.  It is for that reason we strongly discourage homeowners from talking with the workers and asking for quotes on repairs of items outside the scope of the project (i.e. driveways, etc.)


Due to the nature of the work performed, damage to irrigation systems will occur.  These will be repaired by the contractor at no cost to the homeowner.  Please provide your repair requests to  E-mails to that address will go to the PRRMA board and the paving contractor.  Pleae be aware that the contractor does not assume any responsibility for damage done to invisible fences.

 The PRRMA web site ( will be updated very frequently with the most up to date schedule of activity. 


We hope to keep any inconveniences to a minimum.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.


Kevin Whitaker
Roadway Manager

Pheasant Run Roadway Maintenance Association

Pheasant Run Roadway Maintenance Association, Inc. (PRRMA) incorporates three subdivisions and Canton Township.  They are Pheasant View at Pheasant Run, Fairways at Pheasant Run, and Fairway Pines at Pheasant Run.  The PRRMA Board of directors incorporates a representative from each subdivision and two persons from Canton Township; a five person board.

The purpose of PRRMA is to enforce and administrate The Reciprocal Roadway Maintenance Agreement which specifies for each entity the maintenance and repairs of our roads and infrastructure systems.  The Reciprocal Roadway Maintenance Agreement directly affects the entire roadway within our three (3) subdivisions and also includes Summit Parkway and Glengarry Boulevard.

A portion of the annual assessment we pay each year goes directly to PRRMA.  A percentage is placed into a reserve fund which is held by PRRMA for anticipated future expenses, for the maintenance and repairs of our roads.  A majority of this money is invested in secure deposits with the intention to increase the amount of cash on hand and to reduce the amount needed from each contributing entity. 

PRRMA has its own web site at:  All of the financials, meeting minutes, contact information and governing documents can now be found at that site.  To find out who is responsible for what (sidewalks, driveways, streets), see the the responsibility matrix (.pdf).

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