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Welcome to
EAST ENGLISH VILLAGE!

On behalf of all East English Village residents, we welcome you to our website.  We are a proud neighborhood and there are many features that make East English Village a desirable place to live.  There are many businesses, services, and churches either located within East English Village or a short distance away.

East English Village has an active homeowners' organization known as the East English Village Association.  This organization consists of an Executive Board and volunteers on various committees and positions.  Each volunteer is valued and our existence as an association relies on the participation of our residents.

We encourage all residents to participate and to offer any skills that would better our community.  We also rely heavily on the contributions from residents to our General Fund to help support projects, activities, and special services such as snow plowing and our private security patrol.

East English Village General Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm.  A light supper is served at 7pm if you care to come early!  The meetings take place at St Clare of Montefalco Church at 1401 Whittier Road, on the south side of Mack Ave. (in Grosse Pointe Park). A monthly newsletter is also delivered to all residents with announcements, news articles, and advertisements.  The newsletter is delivered to your door in a plastic bag.  Please do not discard it as a "handbill" as it contains important information about what is going on in your neighborhood.

Finally, this website is a useful tool for neighborhood concerns and communication and will be periodically updated.  We look forward to seeing you at our next General Meeting!

More about the Association and what we do

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Beautifully crafted homes

Most of the lots in our neighborhood were developed in the booming 1920s, and our homes were built in the following years by the skilled craftsmen from all over the world that the city and its new auto industry had attracted.

More on the history of how our neighborhood was founded and developed.