Northridge Meadows is conveniently located in northern Peoria, just off Knoxville and Wilhelm. Home to a community of 57 residences, including 28 duplexes, Northridge Meadows is close to shopping, churches, schools and recreational trails.
Northridge Meadows is governed by a Home Owners' Association Board, which is responsible for managing services such as lawn mowing and snow removal for all residents.
Peoria Area Traffic Viewer
The IDOT news releases on road construction and traffic can be found at IDOT Construction News by selecting "Counties" and Peoria. The latest traffic information can be found at Navbug.com. The latest news about construction in the Northridge Meadows area can be found at the Peoria Journal Star. Other Peoria construction news can be found at Peoriagov.org/Public-works.
Peoria Area Weather
HOA Board Meeting - Rescheduled
When: May 12, 5PM
Where: Bob Horstman's House (back patio). Contact Bob if you're going to attend (meeting will be held to maximum 10 people).
o Minutes from last meeting
o Treasurer's Report
o Architecture / Landscape Report
o Lawn Mowing / Snow Removal Report
o New Business
o Northridge Meadows HOA filing 2019 tax return
o Internal audit of HOA treasury
o Discussion of possible reserve fund in HOA treasury
o Discussion of common area creek erosion
o Rescheduling of Annual Meeting (possible dates)
Note: See Minutes Meetings Tab for Annual Reports and other comments
PEORIA POLICE SECURITY ALERT!
From: Anthony Rummans < email@example.com>
Date: July 29, 2019 at 8:57:37 AM CDT
Subject: Recent Vehicle Burglaries
Good morning, Neighborhood Association Presidents.
Last night, multiple Vehicle Burglaries were committed in the Northwest portion of the City. All burglarized vehicles were UNLOCKED. No forced entry was needed to enter the vehicle and steal valuables.
Please share this email and attachments with your Associations. Please remind everyone that these Burglary Prevention Tips are crucial and really do prevent crime.
Crimes such as Vehicle Burglary, Vehicle Theft and Residential Burglary are often crimes of opportunity. Anything you can do to make your home or vehicle less appealing to these petty criminals, should be your goal! Locks, lights, alarms, surveillance systems, etc., make your home an unappealing target. These simple and inexpensive measures really do work in most cases.
Burglary Prevention Tips
The most common method of entry is by opening an unlocked door!
LOCK your vehicle, residence, garage, etc.
DO NOT tempt a thief! Even if your car is locked, the only thing stopping a thief from stealing your valuables is a window smash away – if you must store valuables in the vehicle, do not leave them in plain view.
DO NOT leave spare vehicle keys in the vehicle.
Park in well-lit areas.
Do not leave your keys in the car – even as the temperatures rise and you are cooling down the car – you could return to find your car stolen.
Common items stolen in vehicle burglaries: firearms, cash, cellphones, laptops, iPads, wallets, purses, – or otherwise small, easily concealed items.
Report suspicious behaviors, people, and/or vehicles immediately.
Look out for your neighbors - if you see something suspicious around their home/vehicles – call 9-1-1.
What to do if you see a suspicious person or activity:
Call 9-1-1. Report what you see. Describe the subject. What is he/she wearing? Are they on foot? Where do you see them? Any information you can give the dispatcher will be helpful to the responding officer.
Sergeant Anthony Rummans
Peoria Police Department
Neighborhood Services Unit
Phone: (309) 494-8207