Welcome To The Saddle Brook Community Association
Welcome to Saddle Brook of Oak Brook - a family community that enjoys custom homes, with large yards, winding tree-lined streets, bike paths, parks, playgrounds, and highly rated schools with excellent extracurricular programs.
Saddle Brook, developed in the late 1970s, has about 300 homes that are spread both east and west of Meyers Road. Many people find it by accident – travelling down quiet 35th street and coming upon the beautiful welcoming entrances. Others hear about it from friends who have homes in the subdivision and believe that this is one of the best places in Oak Brook to raise children.
There are so many family friendly things to enjoy. In the spring, residents come out and enjoy walking and riding their bikes down the bike paths and down the winding tree-filled streets. During the summer, children spend more time at the playgrounds and the older ones can be seen playing basketball and tennis at the park at the main entrance. Fall brings the beautiful changing leaves. Winter is for sledding and winter sports at the parks.
For many, the favorite year round activity is dog walking! Everyone is out walking their favorite family member all of the time. It’s a great way to meet new friends and see old ones.
With a strong homeowner’s association, Saddle Brook continues to work to keep its natural beauty. The board works hard to protect its assets and make the community family friendly. The association is known for its community picnic or more recently, an afternoon at an Oak Brook Polo match. These events make for great afternoons spent with friends and neighbors.
Saddle Brook is a special place. Please drive through one day and visit the parks, talk to the residents, and walk your dog. See what everyone who lives here knows. You’ll be glad that you did!
The next Saddle Brook Community Association's Board meeting will be held on Monday,
May 1st at 6:30 PM CST at Oak Brook village's offices.
Please arrive on time.
Saddle Brook Community Association’s Annual meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 10th at Butterfield Country Club located at 2800 Midwest Road (between 31 street and I-88), Oak Brook, Illinois 60523.
6:00 PM Social hour with pizza and salad
6:30 PM Meet Oak Brook’s Chief of Police Brian Strockis
7:00 PM Saddle Brook’s Annual Meeting
September 18th Annual Saddle Brook Community Association Picnic:
Thank you to the wonderful residents of Saddle Brook and Midwest Chase the 2022 Saddle Brook Community Association picnic resulted in a record shattering number of people at our September 18th picnic. Approximately 500 people attended. The Saddle Brook Community is unique, and this may be evidence of that.
The number of residents that volunteered for the picnic was quite large. The volunteers made the difference! The best way to meet people and enjoy yourself at a Saddle Brook Association picnic is to volunteer!
Salad, hot pizza, and hot Italian beef and Italian sausage sandwiches were provided by Home Run Inn. Cookies and cold beverages were also served.
Besides the two large tents which allowed participants to eat, drink and meet local neighbors, the picnic provided multiple activities for our younger generation who enjoyed the two bouncy houses, the petting zoo, pony rides and the face painter/entertainer. The friendly local Oak Brook Fire and Police department officials were present to share their knowledge and allow participants to review their equipment.
It was a beautiful day with many nice memories! Thank you,
Saddle Brook Picnic Petting Zoo
The Saddle Brook Community Association Annual Meeting was held May 15, 2022 at Butterfield Country Club, 2800 Midwest Road, Oak Brook, from 2 - 4 PM. These Board Members were re-elected for another term: David Braune; John Fioti; Alan Koren; Ken Vander Wal. Elizabeth Gossage, Bob Ivarson and Jonas Vainius were elected as new members of the Board.