Welcome to the Neufairfield Homeowners Association!
The City of Joliet is responsible for all parkway trees in the community, including trimming. If you would like to do any maintenance on parkway trees yourself, a permit must be obtained from the Forestry Department. A permit form can be obtained here.
They also are responsible for the replacement of any trees. To inquire about a tree replacement please complete this form and return to Jim Teiber, City Arborist, at the address indicated on the form.
More information on the City of Joliet Forestry Department can be found here.
A reminder to all residents regarding mailboxes, trash containers, landscaping, fences and more can be found here.
The 2014 assessment invoices ($215.00) have been mailed out and were due by March 1, 2014. A late fee of $20.00 per month is assessed on the first of each month that payment is not received beginning March 1.
If you would like to pay by debit or credit card, please click here. If you haven't logged into this site previously, or if there are any errors in trying to log in, you will need to create a new login.
Please note that no invoices were emailed this year. If you did not receive an invoice, please contact Bay Property Services.
The remaining 2014 HOA meetings are September 11 and November 20 (board elections). All meetings are held at 7:00 pm at the New Lenox Park District, 1 Manor Drive, New Lenox.
Officers for the Neufairfield HOA are:
Kristin Zell, President
Christy Trevino, Treasurer
Craig Drake, Secretary
Approved at the meeting on November 21 was a change to the Rules and Regulations concerning basketball hoops. For a copy of the new rule, please click here. For a copy of the complete Rules and Regulations, please click here.
If you are interested in serving on the Architectural Review Committee, please email your interest to Bay Property Services. The ARC reviews requests for decks, fences, pools, etc., to insure conformance to the Declaration and Rules and Regulations.
There have been several recent reported break-ins to homes. We urge everyone to not only keep a close watch around your own homes, but those of your neighbors as well. Report anything that appears suspicious to the Joliet Police Department.