Home
Skip to main content


     

 

 



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.

To log into the website: If you are a return visitor, log in using the fields for user name and password that are located on the right.  If you have not created a website account, use the "sign up for new account" link, located to the right.

Read more about living in our community.

Register today to get connected!


Announcements

From Our Community

PWT WASTE PICKUP

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!


E-Statements

E-statements are now available! Owners can sign up using the link below. 

https://vanguardcommunity.opt-e-mail.com/signup

 

If you have not logged on to the website before, you will need to register by providing your Account ID, which is the account number on your assessment coupon, your street number, email address and create a password.  If you do not know your account number, you may contact Associa Chicagoland at 847-490-3833 or via e-mail at helpmechicagoland@associa.us.



City of Joliet Summer 2016 Newsletter

If you haven't read the latest City of Joliet newsletter, please click the link to be directed to a copy.


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.



2016 COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE

This year's Community Garage Sale will take place on July 7th, 8th and 9th.  This year, we will not be charging $5.00 to participate and we will not be preparing flyers with the addresses of all of the homes participating.  Ads will be placed in the Herald News, Bookoo and the Joliet Patch.


Vandalism in Community

The Board of Directors is asking for your help.  We have experienced vandalism to a pier and aerators in the community.  If you see anyone destroying Association property, please call the Police immediately and report it.  The Board will prosecute anyone found to be destroying Association property.  Also, please talk to your children and ask that they not touch the aerators or aerator controls.  We have had two incidents where people have witnessed kids pulling the aerators out of the ponds and the kids vandalized them.  These aerators are very expensive and anyone messing with them could be electrocuted.  It is extremely dangerous to play with the aerators and we ask that no on touch these aerators!


City of Joliet Spring 2016 Newsletter

Have you seen the City's newsletter yet?  If not, click the link to be directed to a copy of the newsletter.


Egg Hunt 2016

We hope to see you at this year's egg hunt.  Please follow the link to view the flyer with details on this event.


2016 Board Meeting Dates

The Board of Directors has also set the schedule for the 2016 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 24, 2016
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 (Annual Election)



PARKWAY TREES

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


ASSESSMENT PAYMENT PLANS

If you have gotten behind on your assessment payments and would like to request a payment plan, please submit a written request to the Board of Directors, care of Patty Deering, to 24012 W. Renwick Road, Suite 220, Plainfield, Illinois 60544 or by e-mail to pdeering@vanguardcommunity.com.


Spring Reminders

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


Winter Flyers

Please visit the All Documents section of the website under Notices to view a flyer on Tips to Prevent Pipe Breaks and Ice Dams.


Parking on City Streets When it Snows

When it snows 2 inches or more, please do not park on the streets.  The plows have to make wide patch arounds cars parked in the streets and sometimes miss plowing in front of your neighbor's homes because of your cars.  Thank you for your cooperation!


Mailbox Damage From City Plows

Per the City of Joliet's website: 

Sod damage caused by snow plows will be repaired by the City. Repair of damaged mailboxes is the responsibility of the property but the City may reimburse a property owner for damage to a mailbox. If the mailbox was not installed per Postal Department regulations, however, there will be no reimbursement. Sod damage should be reported to the Roadways Division at 815-724-3650. Legal claims for mailbox repairs should filed with the City of Joliet Legal Department at 815-724-3800.



HOW TO MAKE YOUR ASSESSMENT PAYMENTS

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.

Community Photos

From Our Community Photo Albums



View More

Announcements

From Associa Chicagoland - Suburbs

Please Pardon Our Dust!

Associa Chicagoland’s corporate headquarters in Schaumburg is undergoing a remodel in order to better serve our clients.  Please be advised that during part of the construction, our main entrance will be closed and you will need to access our office via the side entrance on the east side of the building.  There will be signs to assist visitors when the main entrance is unavailable.

 

Meetings normally scheduled in our office will be taking place at alternate locations for the remainder of 2016; please refer to your community meeting notices or contact Customer Care for assistance if you are unsure on your community’s meeting location.


Online Customer Support

Need help logging in?

Online Customer Support can be reached at
(866) 295-0402 or access@associaonline.com.


Want to submit content to the website?

Please send content requests to info@associawebsites.com.


Associa Chicagoland's Customer Care Department
Associa Chicagoland’s Customer Care Department is available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Our staff can assist with maintenance questions, account inquiries and much more.
 
You can contact Customer Care via email at helpmechicagoland@associa.us or by calling 847-882-8207.

How It All Works

From Association Government

Board Member Responsibilities

The Board is ultimately responsible for the oversight of the community association ("the buck stops with the Board"). Although the Board may retain and delegate some of its duties to volunteers, contractors and professionals, the Board is still ultimately responsible for the duties it may have assigned to others.

Learn More

Associa Blog

The Associa Blog covers everything homeowners, board members and community managers need to achieve their community’s vision. Written by Associa’s industry experts and partners, the Associa blog provides hands-on and timely information on the latest trends, laws and news affecting communities worldwide. Topics include board member etiquette, HOA and condo association laws, strata management, community maintenance, management contracts, finance management, maintaining property values, entertaining, decorating, gardening and more. Join our worldwide network now and subscribe to Associa’s blog for tips to enrich your home, build a stronger community and improve the operations of your community.