Windgate of Three Farms is a beautiful community of single-family homes located in Naperville, Illinois. Developed in 1992, the subdivision contains 77 homes averaging about 2,700 square feet. The excellent location provides easy access to downtown Naperville, Westfield Shopping Center, Metra train stations, several parks, and May Watts Elementary school. The Homeowners Association plans activities including a Block Party, Fishing Derby, Ice Cream Social, and Easter Egg Hunt.
The Windgate Homeowners Association (WHA) has been an active and cooperative organization since 1995, with annual membership averaging over 60% of the total homes in Windgate during most of that time. The creation of the WHA was the result of a significant effort by several Windgate homeowners, both past and present, with the purpose of having city involvement and communication, developing and maintaining a high level of quality and value of the Windgate subdivision, organizing social activities for the members of Windgate, promoting goodwill throughout the area, and supporting the community’s needs. During the association’s tenure, all of these objectives have been achieved as a result of the dedication and commitment by the volunteers who devoted their time and support.
As a result of the vision and commitment of many individuals, The WHA offers many benefits to its members, including:
- A voice in city government affairs and policies both directly as a formal, independent organization as well as by being a member of the Naperville Homeowners Confederation.
- The website updates the membership on important neighborhood issues including civic, new building developments, transportation, school information events, upcoming social activities, and general neighborhood news.
- An association member directory.
- A host of social activities for children and adults, including the annual Block Party, Easter Egg Hunt, Garage Sale, Fishing Derby, and Ice Cream Social.
- Increased property values for all Windgate subdivision homeowners through all of listed benefits, thus creating a strong sense of community and cooperation.