Welcome to HeatherRidge!

HeatherRidge is an established community located in Gurnee, Illinois. Built in 1976, HeatherRidge is home to 8 neighborhood associations comprised of 956 units and one of Northern Illinois' favorite 9-hole golf courses. Our peaceful community is pleased to offer residents outstanding amenities, such as swimming pools, recreation centers, trails, tennis courts and playgrounds, in addition to world-class landscaping and property management.


Dates to Remember - August 2017

Community Activities:

HUA Board of Directors Meeting - August 22, 7PM @ CRF

September Garage Sales -
The next round of HeatherRidge Garage Sales have been scheduled! Start your clean-ups and clean-outs soon so you'll be ready! The dates for the Garage Sales will be:

Thursday, September 7th, 9AM to 4PM
Friday, September 8th, 9AM to 4PM
Saturday, September 9th, 9AM to 4PM

**Special Information Regarding Condo Participation in Garage Sale Days**
It was requested that a way be found for condo owners to participate in garage sales, since buildings cannot be opened by the public for people to come in. To that end, Al Villasenor has recommended that the condo owners utilize a couple of the outdoor parking areas for their garage sales. Condo owners should understand that residents will be totally responsible for any setup, monitoring, take down and all logistics. The HUA will not be able to help out in any way. Security will know of the sale areas and keep a special eye on them, but nothing can be left out overnight. For more details, please refer to the Happenings (page 4) or contact the HUA Office for more information.

Association Meetings:

Check out the Calendar of Events for Association Meeting Times and Locations!

Also, as a reminder...

We've been receiving reports of residents using community property for private planting. Please remember, the area immediately around townhome units may be used to plant flowers. Only flowering annuals are permitted, unless prior approval is obtained. Dirt level should be a minimum of 6 inches below siding, and the area should extend no more than 18” beyond the building foundation. Residents are subject to fines, for violation of these rules. Thank you!