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Welcome to Riverbrook Estates Association
Riverbrook Estates Association is a beautify single family home community located just west of Rt. 59 on Theodore in Joliet.  Residents in our community enjoy the use of the four Association maintained ponds. Our ponds have been enhanced with the addition of fountains and fishing locations.  Residents in our community regularly enjoy relaxing while taking in the view from one of our pond while fishing. Riverbrook Estates also benefits from the Park District owned Park located at the corner of Lasser and Riviera. Our Community is a great place to call home.

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From Our Community

Summer Association Newsletter

Please click the link below to view a copy of the Association's summer newsletter.

Pet Waste

Please be respectful of your fellow neighbors when you are out walking your pets.  Please keep them on a lease and clean up all pet waste immediately.  Also, please clean your pet waste in your yards so that the smell and sight of the waste does not disturb neighboring residents.

Sump Pump Discharge

Sumps pump discharge cannot flood your yard, neighboring yards, common areas or parkway areas.  Sump pump discharge lines cannot be put out across common area sidewalks or to the edge of the sidewalks so that water sits on the sidewalks. Sumps pump discharges can be hooked up to the City of Joliet’s storm sewers, but they cannot be hooked up to the sanitary sewer.  Please contact the City of Joliet at 815-724-4000 for more information.

Pool Reminders

Now that pool season is here, please make sure your fence around the yard and/or pool is safe and secured.  Make sure all fence panels, latches, gates and stairs are secured so that no one can enter into your pool.

Joliet Police Department Website

Want to know what’s going on in the area, find tips to keep you safe, find information on upcoming events, etc, then visit the website at jolietpolice.org.  This website is a great source of information.

Parkway Tree Update

The City of Joliet’s Forestry Department was contacted as several parkways still have mounds of tree grindings sitting on the parkway where the old tree was removed.  The Association asked if the City would do anything with the grindings or if this was the homeowner’s responsibility for the parkway in front of their homes.  We also asked the City if they plan on replacing these trees or if they had a 50/50 program where the City would split the cost of a new parkway tree with the homeowner.  The City responded back with the following information:  The mulch will remain for now. The plan is to return and restore the area, but not till after all other ash trees and stumps are removed. Some but not all of the trees will be replaced. This all depends on the site location. If a site is available where the old tree was removed then a new one should be installed. If a resident would like a replacement tree they can fill out the Tree Replacement Request form located on the City of Joliet web site. If they fill out the form a tree should be replaced Fall 2018, as long as the site has been approved.  

City of Joliet Spring Newsletter

If you haven't seen the City of Joliet newsletter yet, click the link to view a copy.

City of Joliet Winter 2017 Newsletter

Have you read the City's winter 2017 newsletter yet?  If not, click the link to view a copy.

Street Repairs

Several roadways in the community are in desperate need of repair.  Management and Board Members contact the City every year with a list of roads needing work, but we need your help.  We are hoping that the more vocal the community is, the more pressure is put on the City to make these repairs.  If you have a street in need of repair in the spring, please contact the City of Joliet, Public Works Department at 815-724-4200 or City Councilman John Gerl at 815-724-3720 or jgerl@jolietcity.org.

2017 Board of Directors Meeting Dates

The Board of Directors has set the schedule for the 2017 Board of Directors Meetings.  All meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. at the Joliet Police Department, West Station at 7196 W. Caton Farm Road on the following dates:

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Wednesday, November 29, 2017 (Annual Election)

2017 Approved Budget and Meeting Dates Mailing

Please click the link to view an electronic copy of the 2017 approved budget mailing with 2017 Board of Directors meeting dates.

2017 Proposed Budget

Please click the link to be directed to an electronic copy of the 2017 proposed budget.

2016 Annual Meeting and Election Information

If you are interested in viewing an electronic copy of the 2016 annual meeting and election information, please click the link to be directed to a copy.

2017 Annual Meeting & Election

If you are interested in viewing an electronic copy of the information on the 2016 Annual Meeting & Election, please click the link to be directed to a copy.

2017 Proposed Budget

Please click the link to be directed to an electronic copy of the 2017 Proposed Budget.

City of Joliet Fall 2016 Newsletter

Have you read the City's Fall newsletter yet?  If not, please click the link to view a copy.

2016 Election Candidate Form and Cover Letter

If you would like to view an electronic copy of the candidate form and cover letter that was mailed to all owners, please click the link to be directed to a copy.


Please be courteous of your neighbors and pick up your pet's waste immediately when you are out walking your pet.  Do not leave the waste on the sidewalks, at the piers, in the park or in neighboring yards.  Thank you for your cooperation!

Amended Rules and Regulations

The previously distributed amended Rules and Regulations that were mailed to all owners on May 3, 2016 were approved by the Board of Directors at the meeting held on May 25, 2016.  These amended Rules and Regulations are effective as of May 26, 2016.  Please refer to the copy previously mailed to you or click the link to be directed to a copy.


In August 2015, the City of Joliet was contacted as we have several parkway trees in need of trimming.  Per the City, the City is responsible for trimming the parkway trees and maintaining them, not the homeowners.  If you have a tree that is overgrown and is in need of trimming or is dead and needs to be removed, please call the City of Joliet to report it.  The City asked for everyone's patience as they have a 5-7 year plan for the removal and replacement of dead parkway trees.  There is no set time frame for our community as trees are removed and replaced based on the City's available funds and trees that are available.  With all of the emerald ash borer tree removals and replacements in the area, trees are in short supply.

2014 Annual Meeting and Election and 2015 Proposed Budget


If you are interested in viewing an electronic copy of the 2014 Annual Meeting and Election mailing and the 2015 Proposed Budget mailing, please click the link to be directed to a copy. 

2014 Annual Meeting and Election & 2015 Proposed Budget

2014 Annual Meeting and Election and 2015 Proposed Budget


If you are interested in viewing an electronic copy of the 2014 Annual Meeting and Election mailing and the 2015 Proposed Budget mailing, please click the link to be directed to a copy. 

2014 Annual Meeting and Election & 2015 Proposed Budget

Spring Reminders

Please click the link to be directed to a flyer with spring reminders for the community.


There are several ways to make your assessment payments. You can pay by direct debit from your checking account, online or by mail. If you are mailing your payment, payments must be mailed to the bank's lockbox. Vanguard offices will no longer accept payments. Please make your checks payable to either Churchill Club HOA or Churchill Club Master Association and mail your payments to Vanguard, P.O. Box 61955, Phoenix, Arizona 85082-1955.

Website Access

For quick access to the community website, please make a note of the association's custom domain: www.riverbrookestates.com .

Holiday Decorations

Holiday Decorations must be removed 30 days after the holiday they are specific to.

Community Newsletter

Community newsletters are uploaded to the website and may be viewed by visiting the Newsletter page, under Our Community.  Please note, you will need to be logged into the website in order to access the Newsletter page.

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