Am I a member of the Liberty Park Homeowner’s Association?
Residents who live on Washington St., Liberty Boulevard, Park St., and Williams St. who are connected to the Liberty Park community well automatically become members. If you are not connected to the community well and live within the Liberty Park Subdivision, you can become a member by contacting the Vice President paying the required dues or fees. More information can be found on the Membership page.
What are the LPHOA common areas?
The common areas associated with LPHOA include the community building located at the corner of 41st and Washington St. and the Liberty Park located on the corner of Washington St. and Parkway.
Can I rent the common areas or check out tables/chairs?
The community building and park can be rented up to 3 times a year to members in good standing that are not delinquent. Yes, members can check out tables and/or chairs. More information can be found on the Community Building page.
How do I rent the common areas or check out tables/chairs?
Please contact the LPHOA Vice President to arrange your rental. More information can be found on the Community Building page.
Where can I get copies of News & Views (the LPHOA newsletter/bulletin)?
The current newsletter is posted on the bulletin board outside the community building. Digital copies can be found on the Bulletin page.
If I plan on moving/selling is there anything I need to do?
Prior to moving or selling, please contact the LPHOA Treasurer at LphoaTreasurer@gmail.com to verify your bill is paid in full. Papers required for closing may be requested by an attorney or homeowner using the Document Request form. Please allow at least 2 weeks to process the paperwork.
Who do I contact for any water issues or if I see a water main break?
Please contact the President, Chris Hohe at 630-880-8599.
What is the maintenance assessment bill?
The quarterly assessment which includes the cost of the water delivered to your residence as well as the maintenance of the common properties, the water system and any other associated costs that pertain to the Liberty Park Homeowners Association. More information can be found on the Maintenance Assessment page.
If I have additional questions, who do I contact?
Please contact LPHOA President, Chris Hohe at 630-880-8599.