Woodbridge Hills is a planned unit development (PUD) offering a variety of home designs, amenities and features not typically found in traditional subdivisions. The Moors of Portage Association is the master homeowner’s Association for the Woodbridge Hills neighborhoods.
The Moors of Portage was formed in 1982 as a non-profit organization established with one major goal: To preserve and protect the aesthetics, value and desirability of all properties and common areas within the Woodbridge Hills neighborhood.
Anyone who purchases a single family home, condominium or business property within Woodbridge Hills is a member of The Moors of Portage Association. Protective Covenants and Restrictions are provided to each property owner as part of their deed and quarterly assessments fund all operations of the association.
The Moors of Portage Association is directed by a 13 member board of directors representing all residential and commercial areas within Woodbridge Hills.
Through its board of directors and assigned committees, the association enforces established protective covenants and architectural guidelines put in place to protect the overall community aesthetics.
The Moors of Portage Association is responsible for the care and maintenance of all common areas such as the walking paths, all landscaping in common areas, and common area signage. The association establishes and collects dues from each homeowner and business within the community. They employ a management company to oversee the administration of these duties.
The Moors of Portage Association does their part to maintain the aesthetic appeal of Woodbridge Hills, while encouraging residents to the same. This all positively affects property values.
Vision & Mission
Woodbridge Hills is a planned urban development of communities aimed to preserve the quality of life of all those who live there.