The association received a report of packages missing from an owner’s porch. If you have accidentally picked up the package, please return to the owner.
This also a good time to remind residents to be vigilant of people in and around the association. Please report any suspicious activity to the Justice Police.
Asbury Woods would like to provide these tips for successful snow removal.
- When possible, park vehicles in the garage to reduce the number of vehicles in the drives and overflow parking
- If your vehicle is parked outside, please move it when snow removal begins in the area. This helps to remove all snow from drives and overflow/guest parking.
- No vehicle should be parked in any area that is marked “no parking”. Any area that is not marked for parking is considered a fire lane per the declaration. This is heavily enforced up to and including towing vehicles that are improperly parked at the owner’s expense.
- Always be mindful of workers in snow removal vehicles and walking around the association.
- Be Safe!
The snow removal contact calls for removal at 2 inches. Snows less than 2 inches are not removed.
Icy conditions will be salted.
Sidewalks are generally tended to following removal of drives and streets.
Asphalt replacement and new drainage is complete at 8814/8808 and 9105/8126.
57 drives, representing over 22% of the community, have been replaced in the last 3 years. The association expects a 15-20 year lifespan with the newly installed asphalt.
The Association will begin a drainage project on Tuesday May 5th. The construction crew will be installing new underground drain piping and connecting downspouts to the new system. The project will begin in the 8808-8814 area on Tuesday May 5th. This area should be completed by Thursday May 7th. If you live in this area we are asking that all cars be moved to alternate parking areas outside of the construction location between the hours of 7:30 am-4:30 pm from May 5th-May 7th.
The crew will be mobilizing on Monday May 4th, but excavation will begin on May 5th.
For any questions or concerns, please contact ACM at 630-320-1133 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve started assessing some fence damage from the winter and identified areas kids are using for passage.
Weather permitting, work will begin the week of March 30 to begin addressing some of the necessary fence repairs.
The village’s economic development committee is moving forward to seek proposals for the land adjacent to the association.
The board of directors encourages all residents to attend these meeting and/or provide feedback to the village trustees.
Remaining public board meeting dates are April 22, June 17, August 12, and November 4.
The board meetings start at 7pm at the Roberts Park Fire Station on Roberts Rd.
(Board meetings subject to change. Postcards will be mailed to residents when a change or addition to the schedule is made.)
Asphalt will be removed between 8808 and 8814 as well as 8126 and 9015. Drainage will be installed and downspouts connected to keep water from setting on the pavement. A correct base will be compacted before the new asphalt is laid.
We’re looking for this project to start in April or May.
As of January 1, 2015, the Asbury Woods Condo Association has chosen ACM to manage the day to day business of the association.
Founded in 1986, ACM provides high quality community management services throughout the Chicagoland area. We pride ourselves in the services we provide in property management such as; collections, accounting, record keeping, building/general maintenance and consulting services. The real key to our success and what sets us apart from everyone else is customer service and teamwork. These two critical components help ACM ensure that the services we provide to our clients are consistently, nothing short of the highest quality.
We take an all-encompassing approach to managing the business affairs of our clients. We consider ourselves partners to our board members by sharing in their accomplishments and achievements, critically reviewing their issues, and taking a proactive approach in resolving association challenges. We consider our customers to be the owners of the homes we manage and treat them with the respect and dignity they deserve. Similarly, we treat the various components that make up the community as we would treat our own, with the same amount of interest, personal commitment, and passion.
Finally, we operate our business and the business of our clients with complete and uncompromising integrity.
ACM can be reached at 630-620-1133.