Bromley NIS--Reference Map and General
to most recent Bromley Homeowners Association Newsletter.
to Neighborhood Watch Newsletter from the City.
Parcels coded according to street address.
General Description and History.
Neighborhood of 231 homes in northeast Ann
Arbor (link to City site), bounded by Nixon Road on the west, Bluett
on the north, Huron Parkway on the south, and Prairie on the east.
Homes are single-family residences, generally zoned R1B. See linked
parcel map of City
On older maps, or plats, the area may be called North Campus Heights, I,
II, III, and IV.
Housing stock consists of a mix of smaller ranch homes, tri-levels of various
sizes, and colonials of various types and sizes. Some homes have no garage;
some have a one-car garage; others have a two-car garage.
Nearby employers include: The University
of Michigan, Pfizer,
and businesses on Plymouth Road.
Ann Arbor Transportation Authority busses
serve the neighborhood; U. of M. busses are available nearby. Early builders
were Brinson, Brown, and Smokler.
Bromley Park, on Briarcliff, is a City
of Ann Arbor Park. It contains a playground renovated in the late 1990s
and picnic tables (one built and donated by a neighbor, others from the
City). It also contains a spectacular rose garden created and maintained
privately in agreement with the City.
Dolfins Pool on Prairie is a neighborhood deep-water swimming pool with
diving board. There is a nominal yearly assessment fee that covers taxes,
maintenance, and ongoing expenses to the property. Swimming privileges
are not covered by that fee and are extra.
Bromley Homeowners Association (BHA:
link to bylaws): all homeowners and renters of homes may join the Bromley
Homeowners Association. There is a small annual membership fee. Fees have
been used in the past to cover the cost of producing a monthly newsletter,
to produce a comprehensive (private) neighborhood directory, to fund projects
proposed by neighbors via a "Bromley Grant" program, to sponsor parties
for all neighbors in the Park and at the Pool.
Pool Board (link to bylaws). Separate from, but cooperative with, the Bromley