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Sign Up for Springfield Twp. Alerts
Posted on Apr 21st, 2014
Springfield Township alerts provide public service announcements and notification for emergencies including, but not limited to tornadoes, amber alerts, leaf removal and snow emergencies This free system is available for anyone choosing to opt in. You will receive alerts via text message and email.  By signing up for the alerts, residents also will receive Lucas County Emergency Alerts. All is information is confidential. To sign up for the township alert system, visit and complete the registration form.  
Coyote Sighted in Stone Oak-Be Aware
Posted on Mar 3rd, 2014
A Stone Oak resident reports, several sightings of one to two coyotes in the community.  Please be aware that coyotes are most active at night and in the early morning hours. They may also be active during the day in cool/cold weather. Please be aware that there are some important safety measures to remember;
  1. Supervise pets and small children when outside.
  2. Avoid giving coyotes access to household garbage.
  3. Do not feed feral cats.
  4. Feed dogs and cats indoors.
  5. Never instigate a close encounter with them.
  6. Coyotes can be agressive if sick, and they can carry rabies.
  7. If you encounter a coyote, don't run, be as big and mean as possible and as loud as possible and return inside.
  8. If a coyote is sighted, do not attempt to capture it, contact the local wildlife office or the state patrol, non-emergency number only.
  9. It has been an unusually harsh winter, and coyotes are migrating farther for food sources. Please be aware.
Become a Member of the Garden Club of Stone Oak
Posted on Feb 19th, 2013
Membership is open to everyone in the Stone Oak community as well as members of Stone Oak Country Club who live outside the walls of Stone Oak.  You don't have to be gardener or even enjoy gardening to join. We just have a great time together to beautify our community and have fun doing it.  Most of our members are women, but a few men have joined and participate.  Our dinner meetings are typically the third Thursday evening of each month at 6:00 PM for cocktails and 6:30 PM for dinner.  Usually there is a speaker on some topic of general interest.  Attached is the membership form which has a brief explaination of the mission and purpose of the Garden Club. Dues are $20 and are due by 12/31.  If you do not wish to join the Garden Club but appreciate the beatification it does in the community you may make a donation to the GCSO.  If you have any questions about membership or making a donation, please contact Diane Smolen or President Barb Machin.   
Be Alert and be SAFE
Posted on Feb 1st, 2013
Stone Oak homeowners need to secure and lock all doors even when at home or working outside in the yard.  If you have first floor windows do not leave them open if they are unattended. Please secure and close all garage doors for added protection when at home or away. If you have a security system in your home arm it and use it.  If you are away on vacation relay this to your neighbors and notify your security company of your vacation plans.  We all need to be alert and be safe in our neighborhood.     
Important Update
Posted on Jul 24th, 2012
Please be advised that here has been a rash of  acts of vandalism within Stone Oak in the last several days. Damage was done to mailboxes, entrance lighting  and the golf course. We have also received a recent report of a vehicle in a driveway being broken into and an amplifier was stolen out of it. The Lucas County Sheriff's Department has been making additional rounds through the community. In the event that you notice suspicious persons/vehicles or activity, please contact the Sheriff's Office at 419-213-4941, a non-emergency number. The caller has the option to remain anonymous. In the event of an emergency, call 911. 
We understand that some vandals were caught last night, but we are not certain if they have done all of the vandalism. Please continue to be aware of the potential for vandalism and criminal activity. If you sustain any vandalism damage, please report it to the Sheriff's office at the non-emergency number.
Our private Stone Oak security guard , Joe Collins, can be reached at or at 419-277-0587.  
Thank you for your cooperation!  
Stone Oak Security Officer~Joe Collins
Posted on Dec 13th, 2011
The Stone Oak Communty is monitored during specific times by our own private security officer, Joe Collins. Joe is retired from the Lucas County Sheriff's department and has over 30 years of law enforcement experience.  His cell phone number is 419-277-0587.  In the event of an emergency, contact 911 immediately.  Joe can do drive-by inspections while homeowners are on vacation, if they wish him to do so.  You can either call or e-mail him at This security service is provided to all homeowners through the homeowners dues.        

Upcoming Events
"Wonders of Wildwood in the Spring"
Thursday, May 22nd, 10:15 AM-Noon at Wildwood Metropark
Enjoy a history and guided tour of the Ellen Biddle Shipman Gardens at Wildwood Manor House---Rain or Shine. Register with Hostesses Brenda Kunkel,, or Carol Leupp,, to make a reservation. Cost is $5.00 to hostess at time of reservation.  Please let them know if you will be taking the optional guided Manor House tour at noon and/or will be bringing a brown bag lunch to enjoy in the solarium (Limit of 28). Reservations are due by Saturday, May 17th to the hostesses.  
Directions: Enter park off of Central Avenue. Park in lot near the Manor House and walk in to the Manor House. If needed, you can be dropped off in front but you are unable to park there. 
"Patz's Hosta Gardens Visitation"
Thursday, June 19th, 10:30 AM at 114 Crolin Court, Perrysburg, Ohil
Speakers:  Charlene and Frank Patz
Hostesses:  Judy Proffitt and Mary Tucker

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Welcome New Neighbors
After November 15, 2013
Vincent & Beverly DePhilips, 8735 Orchard Lake
Daniel J. LaValley, Trustee, 8629 Ponte Vedra Court
Tracy M. Sallah, 245 Stone Oak Court
Stanislaw Stepkowski, 706 Lost Lakes
Randall and Roseanne Sawyer, 9059 Rolling Hill
Denton & Angela Parson, 8917 Royal Oak
Amy Culler, 8768 Oak Valley
Robert & Anna Hall, 8751 Oak Valley

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