Brookeridge Homeowners Association

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  • 30 Mar 2024 9:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thanks to all of the participants who came out to Main Street Park for our annual Easter Egg Hunt. This year we were blessed with good weather and as a result we had a great turnout. 

    Special thanks to our volunteers Emily Valles, Melissa Alfano, Stacie and Bill Wharton, Lynn Nash, Karine Gillian, Christine Stortz, and Erin Gardella.

  • 29 Mar 2024 7:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    By now every home in Brookeridge should have received the 2024 Brookeridge Phone Directory. This directory is published annually by the Brookeridge Park District and distributed by BHA. We hope you enjoy it. Please also visit the advertisements in the directory and patronize those vendors (many of whom are Brookeridge residents). 

    An invoice for the annual BHA Dues was included in the Directory envelope. Please submit your dues payment at your earliest convenience to support the events held by BHA and the many other subdivision expenditures your association manages.

    If you have a business and are not currently advertising in the directory, please consider doing so in our next issue. Your ad will also appear on our website's Community Info section. Please contact us at for more info. 

  • 7 Mar 2024 3:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As most people are aware, the recent hail storm has brought out a flood of "contractors" who are going door to door trying to solicit your business. They ring your doorbell and ask if they can go inspect your roof and look for damage. They might assure you that "insurance will pay for it". One such contractor came to my house and started off by saying he was in the neighborhood replacing a roof on a nearby home. Yet when asked, he couldn't give me the name of the neighbor or the location of the project. 

    If you need someone to inspect your roof, consider finding a reputable, registered and insured contractor. BBB ratings and Yelp reviews might be useful. You can obtain a list of registered contractors from the County's website (use the first available link, but beware it's slow).  Also refer to Chapter 24 Article 1 of the DuPage County Code for regulations applicable to solicitors, which includes info about how to post "No Soliciting" signs. 

  • 20 Feb 2024 11:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are now approaching late February, which means it's almost time for our 2024 membership drive. Our drives typically commence once the Brookeridge Park District has completed printing the Brookeridge Phone Directory. Once again, BHA will be mailing those directories to every household in Brookeridge. We will be including our membership renewal form and payment instructions in that mailing. Dues are still only $75 for the year per household.

    Residents may also join BHA or renew their membership using the Join Us link on our homepage.  Feel free to email us at if you have any questions or difficulty logging in and joining/renewing. Your user ID will be the primary email we have on record for your household.

  • 5 Jan 2023 1:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Anyone who has walked the Mallard Landing pathway recently will have noticed that much of the heavy overgrowth has been cleared out and views of the lake restored.  Mallard Landing HOA's Deb Coomer and Cathy Jama started the process last year by meeting with county/township personnel to walk the path and request clean up of weed trees and other non-native plants/bushes that were rapidly growing wild and blocking the view of the pond.  This dialogue and engagement culminated with a December workforce that began clearing out around the pathway between Kearney Road and the Tot Lot playground and surrounding area. Work then moved along the path toward Millbrook Court. The improvement has been dramatic. More work around the pond and the path toward Plainfield Road is expected in the spring.

    Additionally, Mallard Landing commissioned the removal of trees near the swings at the Tot Lot as well as tree and bush growth by the street. The result has been to really open up the lake view. Thanks to Cathy and Deb and Mallard Landing's efforts to work in conjunction with the County and Township to help beautify this area. 

  • 6 Dec 2022 12:58 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thanks to the Decorating Committee and all of the volunteers who helped set up the trees and lighting at the park.  Sunday's lighting party and Santa visit was attended by approximately 150 attendees.  If you haven't been by the park in the evening, please stop by and have a look. 

  • 31 Oct 2022 5:49 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We had a very nice turnout yesterday afternoon for our Halloween Bash. One hundred goodie bags were given out and the weather was fantastic. A big Thank You to Honey Bee Gardens Farm and the volunteers who helped with this year's event. Special thanks to Vibha Chandrasekhar, Paul Cozza, Dan Faretta, Diane Gajos, Gerry Gajos, Jamie Wass and Robyn Spiegel. 

  • 19 Aug 2022 12:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thanks to all those who ignored the afternoon rain scare and came out for the annual Family Picnic on Saturday August 13th. Event organizers did a great job adding new attractions that were of interest to kids. And there were LOTS of kids --  It seemed like the train made laps around the park for five straight hours!  Thankfully the early rain showers quickly dissipated and in the end almost 200 adults and children attended. 

  • 24 Apr 2022 2:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Earth Day was well celebrated at the Earth Day Park Cleanup Event!  We could not of asked for better weather and we had a great turnout of volunteers to help clean up our community.  Thank you again to all who helped make this event successful! Happy Earth Day!

  • 22 Apr 2022 1:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Easter Egg Hunt!  It was a chilly but sunny day with over 60 kids attending with their parents and grandparents.  Parents enjoyed taking pictures of their kids with the Easter Bunny, and most of the kids left with their baskets full of treats.  The Easter Egg Hunt was a true success!  Thank you to all the volunteers who helped out and thank you everyone who attended.

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