Ideally located in the award winning city of Naperville, IL, this prestigious subdivision is nestled between Knoch Knolls Park and The McDonald Farm, home of The Conservation Foundation, at a bend of the DuPage River. Surrounded by beautiful trees and parks, Knoch Knolls has 423 luxury homes on spacious lots. The wide tree lined streets provide a wonderful family environment.
Knoch Knolls has become a destination of choice for both long time Naperville residents and transferees alike. Spring Brook Elementary School, located within the subdivision, is within easy walking distance to all the homes in Knoch Knolls. Residents are served by Gregory Middle School and the award winning Neuqua Valley High School.
Knoch Knolls Park is a mostly wooded 215 acre park which offers a picturesque pedestrian bridge over the DuPage River, walking paths, disc golf, fall hay rides, 'Shakespeare in the Knolls' theater, soccer fields and more.
The Knoch Knolls Homeowners Association provides a wonderful venue for couples and families. Social events are scheduled periodically to provide fun activities for friends and family. A neighborhood directory and newsletter provide information for all homeowners.
After filling out the form and submitting it, an email will be sent to the Knoch Knolls Treasurer. The Treasurer is responsible for making sure the dues have been paid and then generating the assessment letter and sending it out. For the sale of a property in Knoch Knolls, there is a $75.00 charge that is paid by the seller at closing. For a refinance, there is no cost to generate an assessment letter.
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT - September 2014
Fall will soon be arriving and the children are back in
school. I would like to address a few matters that may interest you.
Knochstoch - A number of residents have asked about Knochstoch. We have had to postpone any events taking place in the retention
area for the time being until several very large, unhealthy trees are removed.
Naturally, the health and safety of all residents takes precedence over any
event we host in common areas. We have been getting competitive bids for this
expensive project and that process has been time consuming finding the lowest
responsible company. We expect tree removal in the retention area to be
complete by September 20. Knoch stock was scheduled for September 13, but has
been tentatively rescheduled to September 27.
Landscaping - This year, a decision was made to get
competitive bids for the landscaping of all common areas. However, we have been
disappointed by the performance of the newly chosen company and they will not
be back next year. We pride ourselves on keeping the annual dues lower than any
surrounding subdivision and on the appearance of our grounds. Hopefully, a new
deal can be worked out with our old company at more favorable rates.
New Nature Center - The Naperville Park District invites the
community to a family-friendly grand opening of the Knoch Knolls Nature Center
on Thursday, October 2, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. located at 320 Knoch Knolls Road.
In addition to viewing the colorful exhibits, which feature an interactive
video and a large aquarium with live river fish, guests can enjoy nature
activities for kids, musical entertainment on the deck and light refreshments.
The Center will welcome students in the Toadstools and Pollywogs nature
preschool. The building houses two classrooms for nature programs, a central
exhibit area, staff offices, public restrooms, and a large deck overlooking the
pond. Along with the Nature Center, the Park District is constructing related
site improvements, including a pervious paver parking lot, an expanded disc golf
course, an improved canoe launch and river access, a nature-themed playground, and
multi-use trails. The Nature Center will focus on the theme of “Celebrating Water,”
encouraging exploration of the DuPage River, which winds through Knoch Knolls
Park. The Nature Center was designed to meet LEED Platinum standards, with sustainable
features such as photovoltaic panels to provide renewable energy, a green roof,
a cistern that will reuse rainwater in the plumbing system, and a highly
efficient HVAC system. Additional project details are posted on the Park