The next CFNA Board meeting will be at Harbor Chase @ 7:00pm, Monday, December 2nd, 2019.
Folks should go out for a walk in beautiful Century Farms–the fall foliage is gorgeous!
CFNA Spring 2019 newsletterHere are the top 10 common violations of CFNA property inspections from last year done by our old management company. Siding needs to be cleaned Trash cans/yard waste visible Damaged basketball hoops Weeds/Landscape lawn damaged Landscaping dead plants in common area Garage doors open and unattended Garbage out late â€“left outside after garbage day pick-up Garbage out early Window screens damaged Improper storage in driveway AMG Management will be completing the monthly inspections based on CFNA Rules…
Kudos to our Century Farm families who started a tradition of Christmas caroling to our neighbors at Harbor Chase. Â Pictures posted by Sara Bonert at Nextdoor.
Thanks to everyone for coming out this morning. We know the snow created some challenges but we made the best of it. Thanks for joining the neighborhood get together. From Dan Bonertâ€™s Nextdoor posting
I wanted to extend the invite for any neighbors interested in joining the Social Committee. We are exploring events through the remainder of the year and looking for neighbors that are interested in helping. This is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and help create memories. The remainder of the year we will be having our annual Bike Parade and National Night Out, as well as our movie in the parks and Kids Caroling at Harbor Chase….
Come one, come all for an evening concert at Century Farms Park provided by the Naperville Park Distrtict. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m. Bring lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy an evening of musical entertainment. July 14th/Sunday The Hat Guys thehatguys.com Century Farms Park 715 Sigmund Rd. More info. at https://www.napervilleparks.org/concertsinyourpark
As seen in the Daily Herald article by Marie Wilson : “Work is set to begin this month or next to remove grass and invasive growth in the selected areas, where crews then will plant a native Midwestern prairie mix and tend it until it’s established. Kevin Finnegan, director of parks, said the new plants should be in full bloom by 2022. “With their deep roots, native plants help absorb and filter stormwater, cleaning it before it reaches our rivers,”…
Thanks to Sean Flaherty for sharing the photos! Panorama assembled usingÂ theÂ Microsoft freeware Image Composite Editor.