Welcome to the Waterstone Communities of Oxford, Michigan
Waterstone consists of eight single family home communities, two attached condominium communities and a senior living complex at Independence Village set amongst 15 pristine lakes. Boulder Pointe , a championship 27 hole, golf course meanders throughout the communities. There are 600 acres, dedicated to open space and parks, with walking paths and sidewalks.
For information regarding your HOA, please email: with your name, address and question. Your representative will be in contact with you.
West Lake - April Meadows
Bay Village - Jim Butler
Stony Lake - Rick Moorhead
Golf Villas - Walt Wyniemko
Golf Highlands - Ryan Gleason
North Mirror Lake - Pat Dawood
Hometown Village - Jamie Lopiccolo
Lake Ridge - Bill Gieselman
Shore and Bluffs - Dan Smith
Independence Village - Grace
Burdick Road Closure
June 6, 2014
Re: Burdick Closing – June 9
The Waterstone Master Association would like to make you aware that the Village of Oxford will be closing a portion of Burdick for repair and repaving beginning June 9th and ending July 25th.
It will be closed just east of Waterstone Drive. The official detour will be Dunlap Road to Market St back to M-24.
Joe Ferrari and Bill Dunn of Oxford Township have told us that they have asked for increased patrols from the sheriff’s department during this project. Sara from North Oakland Property Management has also put a call into the sheriff’s department to ask for increased patrolling.
According to the Township officials they will encourage truck traffic to continue north on Dunlap to M-24 or to utilize Baldwin and Oakwood Roads during this time, instead of using Market St.
The Township has also asked the Village to allocate funds to be used to for extra chloride applications to keep the dust down on Dunlap.
Waterstone Dr. and Market St. are County roads. We have been in contact with Craig Bryson at the Oakland County Road Commission regarding this issue. But to date have no further information from them in regards to traffic or repairs caused by the extra vehicles using these streets.
We would like all Association Boards to be aware of this information and to pass it on to your members.
Schedule of work can be viewed here.
The Master Association Board is doing what they can to communicate with all the entities involved with this project to try to lessen the traffic within our community and ensure the safety of its residents.
Please contact your Township or Village officials or the sheriff’s department if you have any traffic or safety concerns.
Waterstone Master Association Board