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Greenbrook Tanglewood

Welcome to the website for the Greenbrook Tanglewood Homeowners' Association.  The Greenbrook Tanglewood community is located in Hanover Park, IL.  To learn more about our community, please visit the About Us section of the website.
If you prefer to view the website in a language other than English, you can select from the list of available languages in the View Language box on the right side of each page.  You will have to re-select your language as you navigate to different pages on the site.
~ News ~
Special Board of Directors Meeting
Posted on May 23rd, 2022
Greenbrook Tanglewood HOA Special BOD Meeting
5/31/2022 at 4:30pm 
Alive Center information and letter from James L Slater
Posted on Dec 21st, 2021
Facilities Modification Project Loan Signing
Posted on Nov 24th, 2021
This has been a long time coming. The homeowners want to feel good and take pride where they live and above all else want to feel safe. The signing of this loan will do that for them. Not having to look at the wooden shingles falling off the buildings, being able to use their own balcony without fear it will tumble down. These are just a few inconveniences and hindrances that our community has had to endure and now it stops. I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of this huge undertaking.
Alive Center Coming to Greenbook Tangleood HOA
Posted on Nov 23rd, 2021
Greenbrook Tanglewood HOA and the Alive Center have entered into an agreement to provide a free teen drop in starting March 15, 2022.
Please see links below for more details
Drywall Inspection and Observation
Posted on Sep 23rd, 2021
Please find the engineers observation reports for Ceilings at Greenbrook Tanglewood at the link below.  Each report pertains to ceiling conditions observed within one of the nine residential buildings visited by the engineer.
The Drywall Summary in letter form from RRJ the engineer
FM Project Site Visit Reports/Mini Project Bid
Posted on Mar 25th, 2021
Prospective Bidders:
Below are 3 links to what was sent out to the prospective bidders on our FM project
Please click on the link below to review the site visit reports for each phase.
Below is the link to the video of the HomeTown meeting on March 10, 2020 if you missed it
Passcode: 0f*.?8v!
Greenbrook Tanglewood Project Update can be found in the Facilities modification section
Fence Repair and Painting
Posted on Mar 3rd, 2021
Owners are solely responsible for maintenance, repair and replacement of the interior fences separating the dwelling lots. The Association and Owners have a shared responsibility for exterior lot perimeter fences, with owners responsible for those fence repairs and replacement and painting of the interior fence side facing the patio area; and the Association responsible for painting of the exterior side of the fence facing the asphalt drive, and in the case of end ranches, the side yard.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers will resume painting the exterior side of fences facing asphalt drives or side yards the last week of April or the first week of May, weather permitting. 
The color and type of required paint to be used is posted on the HOA website, or can be obtained from Property Manager Donna Willer.  We are aware that some fence repairs are already underway.  Homeowners will need to have all fence repairs completed by end of day Sunday, April 25th.  During the last week of April, Management will evaluate all fences, and for those not repaired, Owners will be cited with violation notices, and their fences will not be painted by the volunteers.  A list of addresses whose fences are on the Habitat painting list are found below by clicking the link.  Again, the interior fences between units are the sole responsibility of Owners.
2020 Board Goals and 2021 Proposed Board Goals
Posted on Jan 28th, 2021
The final 2020 Board Goals’ Progress Report was posted to the website in December 2021 under the menu item “Board Communications.”  It was posted in both English and Spanish.  Please review the Report to understand which were accomplished and which were not. The posted companion “Some Key 2020 Events “ document provides additional detail on a broader range of topics addressed by your Board in 2020.
The proposed 202O Board goals were on the 01-19-2021 Regular Board meeting Agenda for review and action. Due to time and quorum issues, the item was not addressed, and will be on the Agenda of the next Board meeting.  They have also been posted in the Board Communication of the HOA website for in English and Spanish for your review.
Posted on Nov 19th, 2020
Please see menu item Special Services Area (SSA#5)  for all information regarding the tax levy.
Neighborhood Revitalization Coalition & Habitat for Humanity
Posted on Nov 5th, 2020
Ring Video Doorbell Program
posted 11-5-2020
by James L Slater, President, Board of Directors, GTHOA, Inc
DO YOU WANT MORE SAFETY AND PROTECTION FOR YOU, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR PROPERTY AND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?  If so, apply for a FREE Ring Video doorbell AND installation while inventory lasts. When the current supply funded by the grant obtained by Habitat for the Association runs out, a waiting list will be compiled by the Association for those who have submitted completed applications. Your Board of Directors authorized an additional $5,000.00 for additional units at the time the Program was initially approved.
See Ring Video Doorbell Questions and Answers below by Michala Stokes of DuPage Habitat for Humanity. Click on the links below for the Program forms and instructions to apply. Send completed applications to Property Manager Donna Willer to donna@vistapm.com. Call her at 630-289-7200 if you need assistance.

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COVID-19 Response Plan, Latest Newsletter and Owner (04/02/2020)
On 04-02-2020 the Board of Directors authorized a mailing to owners and residents with a cover letter regarding the Association's COVID-19 Response Plan and latest newsletter. Please look for it in your mailboxes shortly.
Leasing Resolution and Crime Free Addendum (04/18/2017)
On 12-17-2013, the Board of Directors approved a Resolution outlining new Rules and Regulations related to violations in general and specifically related to leasing of units.  The Resolution sets forth revised, new Rules and  Regulations regarding the violation process, including notice, hearing, enforcement, fines, and final determination.  All unit owners, including landlords, should carefully review these new Rules and Regulations to be certain that they are and continue to be in compliance with them. (click here for the Rules and Regulations).

As a part of this Resolution, landlords are required to utilize, as a part of their rental leases, the referenced Village of Hanover Park Crime Free Lease Addendum (click here) as a part of the Association’s safety enhancement program.  This addendum is now required for all leased units in the community.  The Board-approved Association’s Rider to Lease 3.0 (click here) is also now required as a part of the rental lease. The deadline for receipt by Property Management of the completed, signed Rider to Lease 3.0 was March 1, 2014.   Thereafter, affected unit owners will be subject to the Association’s violation, enforcement and fine process, as outlined under the newly adopted related Rules and Regulations.

Send completed, signed Association Riders to Lease 3.0 by mail, fax, or email to Property Management to any of the following addresses/fax:  Greenbrook Tanglewood Homeowners Association, Inc., 1211 Catalina Drive, Hanover Park, Illinois 60133;  or Fax:  (630) 289-0245; or email to
2013 Multi-year Roof Replacement Plan (09/08/2013)
Based on an engineering study of all the roofs within the Association by Property Technics (Click here for survey information), the Board of Directors has developed a multi-year roof maintenance and replacement program.  The program will begin with preventative maintenance of the dwelling roofs and an initial number of flat garage roof replacements to be completed in the Fall of 2013 (with work continuing in Spring of 2014, if needed).  The board has authorized spending $49,800 on the dwelling preventive maintenance and an initial $115,000 on phase one of the garage roof replacements.  At the September 17, 2013 Board Meeting, the board will consider spending an additional $135,000 for garage roof replacements as part of this first phase.
The total estimated cost for the phases I-IV flat garage roof replacement is $865,570.  The proposal is to spread this cost in the approximate amounts of $250,000 each in 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, and then taper down to $38,800 for 2023-2024, $35,300 for 2028-2029, and $65,950 for 2031-2032, based on 2013 competitive, sealed bid prices. To see a tentative list of when each garage roof is targeted for replacement, click here. NOTE: This list should be treated as a proposed plan that is subject to change.  A change in the order of replacement could be driven by evolving roof conditions, available funds, etc.
The Board also approved a unit dwelling multi-year roof replacement plan. The good news is based on the architect’s comprehensive report, the unit dwelling roofs are in relatively good condition. The annual execution of the roof preventive maintenance program should extend the useful life of unit dwelling roofs and should result in fewer roof leaks. The proposed multi-year unit dwelling roof replacement plan provides the following estimated expenditures, based on 2013 current prices:
  • 2018 $ 74,000
  • 2019 $ 94,500
  • 2020 $124,000
  • 2021 $241,000
  • 2022 $244,000
  • 2023 $248,500
  • 2024 $239,000
  • 2025 $252,000
  • 2026 $219,500
  • 2027 $237,999
  • 2028 $239,000
  • 2029 $232,000
  • 2030 $268,000
  • 2031 $234,000
  • 2032 $ 82,500
The total estimated cost for dwelling roof replacement is $2,946,500. To see a tentative list of when each dwelling roof is targeted for replacement, click here. NOTE: This list should be treated as a proposed plan that is subject to change.  A change in the order of replacement could be driven by evolving roof conditions, available funds, etc.
2013 Roof Study (08/24/2013)
In May 2013, the Board of Directors of Greenbrook Tanglewood Homeowners Association had a roof inspection and study completed by Property Technics.  This involved a survey of all townhome and garage roofs that were not recently replaced.  The report provides a summary of the roof conditions, estimated replacement cost and recommended actions.  To see the full reports, click here.

Village of Hanover Park Crime Free Lease Addendum and Related Village Ordinance Information (06/30/2013)
At the May 21, 2013 Board meeting, Chief of Police David Webb of the Village of Hanover Park gave a presentation to update unit owners, residents and Board members about criminal activity in Greenbrook Tanglewood and to discuss how the Village and Association can further improve the safety of Greenbrook Tanglewood residents.  He also updated all in attendance of the Association/Village cooperation regarding safety of GTHOA, Inc. and the on-going policing efforts of the Village. One of the topics that he overviewed was the recent Village revision of residential rental and leasing requirements.
In an effort to keep GTHOA, Inc. unit owners, landlords, rental property managers, and tenants apprised of these new requirements, a copy of the new Village Crime Free Lease Addendum and two pages of related Village ordinance information and additional references are being posted on this HOA web site for your reference and review.
To read the full information regarding the new Village Crime Free Lease Addendum and the new Village ordinance, click here.
For a copy of the Village Crime Free Lease Addendum, click here.