Our Veterans - Quincy Park supports our veterans with a
donation box near the
office/pool parking area.
There are policies and procedures in place to give Quincy Park owners
and residents opportunities to express their views to their neighbors
who serve on the Board of Directors. We appreciate your
confidence in us and welcome your input. Details on
communicating with your board members at a meeting or individually are
in the updated document here.
State law now requires us to have a form available for owners to complain about the association, board members or staff; that form can be found in the Guidelines and Forms section of the Living in QP information category of the website and is also available here!.
all need to be aware of what's happening around us, to
protect ourselves, our homes and our property. Your QP Crime Watch Committee offers some
tips to help you in the attached tip sheet
The Illinois Premise Alert Program (Public Act 96-0788) provides for
Public Safety Agencies in the State of Illinois to allow people with
special needs to provide information to police to be kept in a
database. The Notification Form is here plus
more information is available on the City of Prospect Heights
Quincy Park Condominium Association accommodates the needs of
Unit Owner or Resident as required by the federal Civil Rights Act of
1968, the Human Rights
Act and any applicable local ordinance in the exercise of its powers
with respect to the use of the
common elements or approval of modification in an individual unit.
in the policy document here.
No Parking on Cove or Quaker
Thursdays, 10AM to 4PM
Electronic Recycling - Under the Illinois Produce Recycling and Reuse Act, as of January 2012, most electronic items are prohibited from being thrown away in the trash.
Outreach - The Quincy Park Condominium Association Office
accepts non-perishable food items, box tops, and labels;
Pick-up Days are now Mondays
Thursdays. Please put large items out only Wednesday or Sunday nights.
Thank you for your cooperation!