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Welcome to Dearborn Hills, a neighborhood of unique homes located in Dearborn, Michigan. 
The Dearborn Hills Civic Association (DHCA), founded in 1926, is comprised of 1260 households and is one of the oldest neighborhood associations in America.   DHCA coordinates a number of neighborhood activities for residents throughout the year, helps maintain the character of our neighborhood through oversight of our deed restrictions, and represents residents at City of Dearborn meetings. 
~ Neighborhood News ~
WANTED - Gently Used Books
Posted on Mar 25th, 2024

~ Dearborn Hills Association Membership ~
Join or renew your DHCA membership:
  • $25.00 / calendar year -- for ALL members
Payment options:
  • Pay by check.  Fill out the Membership Form and mail to:
    • Dearborn Hills Civic Association
      P.O. Box 2535
      Dearborn, MI 48123
  • Pay by credit card (via PayPal)
You can check your membership status by logging into your account, or contacting the webmaster
Member Profile Security:  You can update your own member profile information, and choose what information is available for other DHCA members to view.  All members can apply for an account on our website and all active profiles will be displayed in the website Neighbor Directory (this is the way the website works).  In order to maintain the security of your information, the Neighbor Directory  is viewable only by DHCA members residing in Dearborn Hills. 

~ Forgot Your Password? ~
Select Login on the top left, then Forgot Password; follow the instructions. 
If you have a website account, you will be sent an email with your login information via an automated process.

~ Member Website Features ~

The member options for this website are listed at the left; these features are accessible by DHCA members only.  The DHCA Board hopes that neighbors will enjoy using these features to post information and connect with neighbors. 

Classified:  advertise goods and services
Find a Sitter: children, plants, pets, etc. 
Message Board:  a few topics have been started as suggestions; all topics are welcome.
All submitted content will be reviewed by a site administrator prior to posting.

~ Upcoming Neighborhood Events ~
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~ City of Dearborn ~
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~ Neighborhood Photos ~
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~ Neighborhood Sponsors ~

~ Join our Community ~
All residents of Dearborn Hills are encouraged to create an account on this website so you will receive email communications concerning neighborhood events and other topics.  Click the registration link at the left.

~ Welcome Dearborn’s new Chief of Police, Issa Shahin. ~
The retirement of Chief Ronald Haddad brought with it the appointment of a new police chief—Issa Shahin.  Soon after his appointment, Chief Shahin requested to meet with the DHCA about our neighborhood sn our concerns.
Your Board spent over an hour talking with the City’s new top law enforcement officer, and his immediate staff.   We are happy to hear from the Chief about his new initiatives that are meant to address the most pressing concerns of the community, and his willingness to work with Dearborn Hills specifically. 
You may have already noticed some much-improved street signs around the neighborhood and an increased police presence both within the neighborhood and patrolling on Cherry Hill!  (See related post on our website about the new Traffic Safety Unit that Chief Shahin just launched!)
As you know, we live in a nice neighborhood and there will always be somebody looking to take something of value.  So, what should we ALL do to keep our Property and our Belongings safe?
It starts with the "Lock it or Lose it - If you See Something, Say Something!" Campaign.  (See this link for more information: 2017 “Lock It or Lose It” campaign aims to decrease ... - City of Dearborn)
Five Simple Steps
1.    Lock your Car, your Home and your Garage
over 75% of larcenies from cars occur when the cars are un-locked
2.    Keep valuables out of your car (or at least out of sight)
3.    Park Cars in your driveway when possible.
4.    Keep outdoor lights on (porches, driveways, garages, etc.)
5.    If you See Something, Say Something.
If you notice something or someone that seems out of place or unfamiliar, call the Police at 313-943-3030 to report it. 
Do not assume its nothing. 
Do not Assume that someone else will call.  We urge everyone to report ANY suspicious activity.
The DHCA Board wants to thank everyone of you that has spoken up, that has raised a flag and made our Police Department aware of some situation or issue.  Without that kind of involvement, progress - on any front - will always be much slower.
So let’s keep up the good work!  Let’s all Lock it!  Let’s all Speak up!
…and make our Dearborn Hills neighborhood better for everyone!

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Important Dearborn Phone #s & Contact Info.
Suspicious Activity...... 943-3030
Speeding..................... 943-2201
Provide direction of travel and car color/type/make
Neighborhood Services 
Call Center...................943-2150
In the meantime, these email addresses may be convenient for you:
(neighborhood services/property maintenance issues/complaints)
(missed garbage pick-up, special pick-up requests, garbage/recycle can issues)
(rat complaints/issues)
(building permit questions)
(residential sale questions and inspection requests)
(residential rental questions and inspection requests)

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