October Meeting Focuses on Homeland SecurityIn recognition of October being Public Safety month, the NAHC meeting on Saturday morning, October 17th at 8:00 AM (for coffee and networking) in Meeting rooms B&C of the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle Street. will focus on Homeland Security.
Our panel, including FBI Special Agent Mark Gutknecht, City of Naperville Coordinator for Office of Emergency Management Dan Nelson, Naperville Park District Police Chief Carl Schnibben, Fire Chief Mark Puknaitis, and a representative of the Naperville Police department will discuss how individually and collectively they work to keep our neighborhoods safe.
Coffee and networking for this meeting will be sponsored by Naperville Bank and Trust. They are big enough to handle $50 million loans to businesses in the area, yet small enough to hand out cookies and coffee when you come in the bank, lollipops to kids, and even dog biscuits to “man’s best friend”. .
We're looking forward to seeing you on the 17th!!!
Be Proactive - Don't Let Your Vehicle License Plates ExpireState Senator Michael Connelley reminds us that with no state budget in place, Illinoisans are being called upon to take more responsibility for renewal of their license plates.
The Secretary of States Office has announced suspension of its mailed license plate renewal program, savings nearly $450,000 a month in postage money. But motorists can still receive a reminder notice via email through https://www.ilsos.gov/greenmail/.
The registration ID and PIN from the vehicle registration form are necessary to sign up, but motorists who dont have those materials handy can find them by calling the Public Inquiry Division at 800-252-8980
Download the October NAHC NewsletterOur October Newsletter is now available to be downloaded.
This month's edition features information on our October 17th General Meeting, along with other actionable information homeowners can use including updates on leaf disposal, electronics recycling, and more.
Our monthly newsletter always includes news and updates from the Naperville Public Library, Naperville Park District, ACTHA, KidsMatter, Naper Settlement, CAI and more.
Click Here to download your copy of the newsletter now!!
Founded in 1979, the Naperville Area Homeowners Confederation believes
in connecting people to what matters most - each other, neighbor to
Who We Are:
A knowledge resource, covering topics of interest to our members and
their neighborhoods. We seek out and share information on issues and
developments, events, association governance, and property management and
An advocate for homeowners; voicing community concerns through Public
Position statements, advisory groups, and liaison committees.
A stage where speakers address what is important to our member
associations and Naperville area residents.
A conduit bringing government to the people. Our meetings create dialogue
opportunities with community leaders.
A facilitator of educational, non-partisan forums on issues, referenda and
What We Do:
The Confederation received the Naperville League of Women Voters
2008 Rosemary Martin Democracy in Action Award for its ongoing commitment
to involve Naperville residents in local government and create
opportunities for education on public issues important to the quality of
"The Confederation receives information from the City and meets
regularly with City Staff to review those issues pertinent to all
homeowners. Many concerns are solved quickly with the positive
communication between the City and homeowners. It's a very constructive
and motivated group."
A. George Pradel, Mayor Emeritus
"For the Naperville Park District, the Naperville Area Homeowners
Confederation is an important partner in our success. The NAHC has become
an increasingly vital conduit to communicate with residents about our
programs and events, and their committed efforts in helping us to reach
our constituents is invaluable."
Ray McGury, Executive Director, Naperville Park District
"Serving in an at-large capacity can be very time consuming to
understand the needs of 145,000 people and meet those needs. The salvation
of being effective was listening to the (Naperville Area) Homeowners'
Confederation, which was my constant source of information and fount of
Former City Council Member Gary von Behren as reported in the
Naperville Sun 10/1/2008
"The role NAHC plays in fostering meaningful communication between
residents and decision-makers in government is crucial to our
democratic process. It is a role you play well, and we commend you
Michèle D. Johnson, Former President, ECHO Board of Directors
"Its our liaison to the City and it keeps us informed. We would
not know about certain issues if it were not for the wealth of information
disseminated to us by the Confederation."
Marie Muller, Former Delegate, Maplebrook II
Become Part of Our Neighborhood Solution!
If you or your association are not members of the NAHC, joining is easy!
Click Here to
download a membership application. NAHC Membership and Associate
Membership is available to Homeowners and Homeowner, Condominium, and
Tenant Associations in the Naperville area.
For more information on
joining the NAHC, please see our by-laws.
Want to Know More?
Contact the Confederation at:
Naperville Area Homeowners Confederation, Inc.
PO Box 5245
Naperville, Illinois 60567-5245