Our aim is to have a thriving neighborhood where we can dig in together and support each other in creating a great place to live! It is our hope that neighbors respect each other, work together, approach each other in a friendly manner when disputes arise, and try to resolve differences. We may not all live the same, but we can respect our differences, the neighborhood, and each other.
The Board administers the covenants, manages the finances for the Association, approves property modifications required by the covenants, and answers questions for homeowners. We try to keep a welcome committee in place to welcome new homeowners. We always welcome new volunteers to our community.
There are three sets of documents that homeowners should check before making changes to their property. The original Covenants were created in 1993 when the subdivision was created. Since that time, there have been two sets of amendments made to the Covenants: one in 1994 and a second in 2007. There is not currently a single document that incorporates all the changes: you must read through all three, realizing that the most recent amendments reflect the most recent Covenants. Copies of all three are on file with the Tippecanoe County Recorder's Office, or download below. If you have questions or wonder if you need Board approval before making changes to your property, please contact a Board member. You also may obtain a copy of the Covenants and Amendments by contacting a Board member.
The governor's mandate not to meet as a group, because of the Covid- 19 virus, was in effect during the period of our "normal" May meeting time. The board has unanimously agreed that in these uncertain times, and for many financially challenging times, to suspend the 2020 dues and dip into our rainy day fund.
As things "hopefully" return to some sort of normalcy in 2021 we will return to requiring annual dues. If you have already paid through paypal a refund will be issued, if you have sent a check it will not be cashed. A letter is soon to be sent out to notify everyone of this change.
There many advantages to living on a covenant neighborhood, but they only work if we all follow the rules. Please keep in mind a few of the simple ones:
If you are not sure, or have a question about any of the covenants please email or ask a board member, they are here to help.
We always have plenty openings on our board for folks willing to volunteer their time to work on behalf of the neighborhood. Robin Lee has moved and will no longer be the Treasurer, and we have openings for board members at large.
Please note the new email account for our neighborhood for 2020. BrookfieldHOA2020@gmail.com
The board would like to encourage all of neighbors to connect via social media. Many of us are on our Facebook page, a link is on this web site below.
Annual dues are due each year on May 1st. If paid online we add a $3.49 (PayPal fee) to your $110.00 dues, if paid after September 1st please include a $20.00 late fee
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Brookfield Farms is a wonderful neighborhood of 92 homes created in 1993, consisting of Wolflake Drive, Chimneylake Drive, Flatlake Court, and the northern section of South Brookfield Drive. Entrances to the subdivision are on State Road 26 and Veterans Memorial Parkway South in Lafayette, Indiana
P.O. Box 4651 Lafayette, IN 47903
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