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Our Neighborhoods
 
There are eleven different neighborhoods within Stonebridge. Each neighborhood association has its own by-laws and guidelines and may charge its unit owners an annual assessment for the services it provides. If you have questions about a neighborhood or about an individual property within a neighborhood (such wanting to make architectural changes to a property), contact the neighborhood president or the neighborhood's manager. Neighborhood manager information and pictures of our various neighborhoods are provided on the linked pages.
 
President:  Andy McGill
734-944-9455
President:  John Arvai
734-741-1970
President:  Dee Bialoruski
734-998-0755
President:  David Denzin
734-429-7382
President:  Peg Eisenstodt
734-665-2174
President:  Lia Stevens
734-904-2416
President:Peter Bankert
586-747-6425
President:  Rick Anderson
781-258-7214
President:  Larry French
734-994-6599
President:  Jeanette Mosey
734-929-5355
President:  Richard Conn
734-646-1774
 

To send an e-mail to any neighborhood president, click on "Contact Us" and select the President's name from the drop-down list provided.
 
Community Map
 
Click on the "Community Map" text above to see a map of the Stonebridge Community including a color-keyed guide to the location of our 11 neighborhoods.

Our Stonebridge Community Manager
 
The Stonebridge Community Association (SCA) administrative manager is a firm called Select Community Management, located at 4045 Stone School Road.  The person at Select Community Management responsible for SCA is Ms. Mariah Stanchina.  She can be reached by email by clicking on the "Contact Us" page or by phone at 734-663-1900.

Community History
 
Stonebridge is located on the South Side of Ann Arbor at the intersection of Lohr and Ellsworth Roads in Pittsfield Township, Washtenaw County. The 711 unit sites that make up the eleven communities of Stonebridge are situated on 655 acres. Click on the "Community History" text above for a brief history of the Stonebridge Community.
 
Aerial View:  Community Entry From Lohr Road