Summer 2020: Friday, July 17, 2020 and Saturday, July 18, 2020
Fall 2020: Friday, September 25 and Saturday, September 26, 2020
Summer 2020: Friday, July 24, 2020 and Saturday, July 25, 2020
Fall 2020: Friday, October 2 and Saturday, October 3, 2020
Please bring your photo ID with Piper Glen address to show proof of residency to dispose of acceptable items. Here is the list of items NOT allowed:
Contaminated oils (mixed with solvents, gasoline, etc.)
Herbicides and pesticides
Other flammable liquids
Paint (except completely dried latex paint cans, no liquids)
Petroleum-contaminated soil/lead paint chips
Bricks and Concrete
The following are some of the By-Laws of Piper Glen residents need to be aware of. This is not a complete list; please refer to the official copy of the Piper Glen By-Laws for a complete description of all the covenants.
- The primary purposes of the association are to maintain, regulate, improve, preserve and control the park areas, playground equipment, swimming pool, entrances and exits, signage, common areas & their lighting, rural postal mailboxes, and provide social events in the current and future plats of the Piper Glen Subdivision.
- The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on April 1 to collect mandatory dues that are due May 1 st and ends on March 31 st of the following year.
- The annual Association meeting will be on the second Tuesday of November.
- The Board’s annual budget shall occur on a date the Board may set.
- The due date for annual mandatory dues is on or before May 1 st each year.
All written requests to the Piper Glen Architectural Control Committee (ACC) should be submitted to ACC members listed on Contact Us page of this website.
The following are some of the covenants Piper Glen residents need to be aware of. This is not a complete list; please refer to the official copy of the Protective Covenants for Piper Glen for a complete description of all the covenants.
- All construction must be in compliance with the zoning regulations that apply to each lot.
- Each garage must at a minimum provide space for at least two cars and must be attached to the dwelling.
- All sump pumps must discharge into drainage swales, or if provided by the developer, into the drainage tile at the rear of the lots.
- No building, including detached structures temporary or permanent, shall be erected, driveway constructed, swimming pool installed, or transformers and distribution pedestals without the approval of the Architectural Control Committee.
- No above ground swimming pools, solar panels, or television antennas may be installed.
- Satellite dishes may be installed with the approval of the Architectural Control Committee.
- No fence or wall shall be erected, placed or altered without the prior written approval of the Architectural Control Committee.
- All construction must be diligently pursued to completion within a reasonable period but in no case to exceed one year.
- No lot owner or occupant shall permit any commercial vehicle, trailer including without limitation, cargo trailer, camper, boat trailers, house trailers, mobile homes, or carryalls to be parked or stored on the lot, in the driveway, or in the street in front of alongside of the lot for more than 48 hours.
- The owner of any vacant lot shall cut the weeds and maintain the same in proper condition.
- No lot owner shall cut or remove any living tree having a diameter of 4 inches or more measured at a point 12 inches above the ground, without the approval of the Architectural Control Committee.
- All property owners shall provide a garage for the number of automobiles in use by the residents on the property.
If any homeowner has any complaints about overgrown weeds and/or grass on a lot you can call the City of Springfield Public Works at 217-789-2167. The City will give the owner one week to mow the lot and if the work is not done will mow the lot and send a bill to the lot owner.