We invite all residents in our community to get involved to make Old Oaks the best place to live in Plainfield. We know everyone has a busy schedule but if we all can pitch in were we can, our little area can be a clean, safe and family friendly environment. The more volunteers we have, the better our community.

We try to e-mail everyone with notices, newsletters etc. but we also want to have a central information place where you can find: past newsletter, detailed information on upcoming events, Waste Management information, local vendor information , budgets and more.

If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail our Board of Directors at: info@MyOldOaks.Com

2017 Events
 
Board of Directors
Meetings


 
Past Newsletters
2015 Fall
2015_Spring
2014 Winter
2014 Spring
2013 Spring
 
2016 Old Oak Vendors
Utility Information
JULIE Information
2017 Old Oaks Vendors
Other Information
2016 Architectual
Request Form
 
Bylaws
Rules and Regulations
Delinquency Policy
2016 Census Form (Word)
2016 Census Form (PDF)
 

Foster Premier (our property manager)
456 B N. Weber Road
Romeoville, IL 60446

Gina Cashman CMCA
Licensed Community Mgr
P 815.886.6241
F 815.886.8480
gcashman@fosterpremier.com

 

Latest Electronics Recycling (9/30/16) From the City of Joliet Website

(http://cityofjoliet.info/residents/garbage-recycling)

PLEASE CHECK WILLCOUNTYGREEEN.COM FOR UPDATES ON ELECTRONICS RECYCLING INFORMATION AS THIS IS CHANGING RAPIDLY DUE TO COUNTY'S VENDOR CANCELLING THEIR CONTRACT. 

Electronics Collections Update -- There are now three locations in Will County that accepts electronics recycling from Will County residents only.  Please bring your drivers' license. Limit 2 TVs per vehicle along with other electronics.Closed all other days and times. Be aware that illegal dumping during closed hours will be prosecuted. The County is working with public and private sites to open more permanent locations with the same restrictions in order to comply with the provisions of the recently bid recycling contract. 

  1. The Lockport Public Works Department, 17112 Prime Blvd, Lockport, IL and is open every Tuesday and Friday ONLY from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. 

  2. New Lenox Township, 1100 S. Cedar Rd., New Lenox, IL is open on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month ONLY from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

  3. Romeoville Public Works, 615 Anderson Drive, Romeoville, IL is open on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month ONLY from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

  4. The Peotone Police Department, 208 E. Main St., Peotone, IL is open on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month ONLY from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

 
FRONT-DOOR TV Collection Service now offered to Will County residents by A-Team Recyclers for $60
Please call 815-600-3608 to schedule an appointment.  

Electronics may not be put in your garbage can or recycling can or left at the curb.  It will NOT be picked up by Waste Management. 

***** PLEASE SEE THE WILL COUNTY GREEN WEBSITE for information about locations that may accept electronics.

Electronic Items accepted at Will County Drop Off Site in Lockport (Broken or Obsolete)

2 Televisions sets per vehicle and the following items.


2017 Waste Management Holiday Schedule

 

New Notes

Please welcome our 2 new Board of Directors Members:

Frank Swierczynski - Vice President

Raquel Garcia
– Treasurer

 

2017 Old Oaks Vendors List added to the Old Oaks Vendor area in left panel.

Important Insurance Notification (Sep 2016)

Effective September 22, 2016, the Farmers Insurance Group became the insurer for the Old Oaks Townhome Association. The Association policy covers the buildings and common area liabilities. (Note - not personal contents). They need to notifiy your mortgage holder that you are properly insured. You should have received a letter from the John Kisbac, our Farmers agent. You need to fill it out and return to him ASAP so that he can forward to your mortgage holder. If you didn't receive or can't find the letter, you can download a copy by clicking here.

You can also reach John directly at 847.891.3755. Their fax number is: 847.891.5597

 

Hartman Landscape Notes

Hartman Landscape and Snow Removal is contracted to remove snow within our community.  As a reminder, snow is not removed until there is at least a two inch (2”) snow fall.  This does not count snow that has drifted after accumulation and clean up.  Removal shall begin within 4 hours of accumulation.  Snow is not removed if it is less than 2”.  After each snow removal the streets are salted only at the entrances and the three turns.

 The board of directors authorizes additional salting on the property on an as needed basis.  This is based on several factors including temperature, upcoming snow falls, and amount of snow/ice planned in the service area.  As a reminder, owners can purchase ice melt to use sparingly around their units.  Excessive use of salt on the property will damage and possibly kill plant material and lawns.  For these reasons owners are expected to drive slowly and walk carefully through the subdivision at all times and to consider the Chicago Area conditions when walking through the property.

We wish all our residents a safe and healthy winter season!