Welcome to the official Web Site for Cress Creek Commons Homeowners Association. This web site was created to offer the residents a new way to access information about this great community. The site will be updated frequently so please visit here often to get the latest updates.  We invite all comments or suggestions in person or through the web site.

We ask that all residents register through this web site.  The information entered will allow us to provide a method of communication for all of our neighbors and to broadcast items of importance to our residents.

Cress Creek Commons is a community located on the north side of Naperville, Illinois. The subdivision is a unique and friendly community built around three beautifully landscaped lakes and next to McDowell forest preserve that offers scenic trails and waterfalls. This idyllic location with its own Bathe and Tennis Club has something for everyone. Nearby are the highly rated district #203 schools, including Naperville North High, Jefferson Jr High and Mill Street Elementary, plus prime shopping and dining in historic downtown Naperville with its beautiful River Walk. You will find the Burlington train station, I-88 toll road, I -355 and all major roadways a short distance away and easily accessed.

Summer is arguably the best time of year.  Our Pool & Tennis Club features facilities that add greatly to the enjoyment of the season.  Outside membership are now available with promotional opportunities for those who move quickly.  See the pool tab for information and registration.

The Cress Creek Garden Club will be awarding scholarships to students who will be majoring in such areas as landscape design, horticulture, forestry, natural resources, agriculture, botany  and related areas. Applications are due April 1. The Guidelines for Application and the Application form are on the club’s website and listed under the heading of Community Events.   cresscreekgardenclub.org 


As Winter gives up the ghost, there will be a day or two when ice will form on the lakes.  Assume at all times, that it is very bad idea to walk on the ice.   Throwing rocks onto the ice surface is fun but very costly.  We (all homeowners) will spend in excess of $10,000 this year replenishing stones that have been displace or have been thrown into the water on just one lake.

Homeowners Association is able to maintain the grounds and the recreational facilities through an annual assessment on each homeowner. Fees are assessed in late January and payable by March 1st. The Home Owners Board manages and reports to the home owners.  Fees include access to the pool, tennis courts, their annual upkeep, and for the maintenance of the common areas including lawns, trees, flowers, parking area and 3 lakes. This subdivision is well suited for the activities of the entire family!