The Dover Pointe neighborhood is comprised of over 200 single family homes located in the far north side of Wilhelm Rd. and East of Allen Rd. Dover Pointe is within the boundaries of the City of Peoria, the Dunlap School District, and the Chillocothe Park District. The entire neighborhood consists of single family detached houses, with minimum lot sizes of 6,000 - 10,890 square feet.
The neighborhood enjoys proximity to many retail establishments, the Rock Island Trail, and quick access to the interstate using Illinois Route 6. The Association exists for the general betterment of the neighborhood including the collection of dues, the administration of the financial records, the grounds keeping and maintenance of the common areas, and the scheduling and production of social events.
The Moss-Bradley Residential Association is a non-profit organization chartered in 1973 whose purpose is to maintain a desirable residential district for the mutual benefit of residents and to preserve the architectural and historical heritage of the area. Our membership is composed of homeowners, renters, landlords and businesses.
The Moss Avenue Sale is the only fund raiser for MBRA and the proceeds are used to beautify our common areas, donate to worthy causes and continue having great parties such as the Potluck, and the Christmas Party. The proceeds are also used to purchase the greens with which we decorate the lamp poles at Christmas. This year the Sale will be held on Saturday, June 16th from 8 am to 3 pm. For more information, please call Jan Krouse 676-7900.
The Randolph-Roanoke Historic District was the first such district in Peoria and represents some of Peoria's finest collection of Victorian structures. The homes remain substantially unchanged from the time when they were originally constructed. Part of the West Bluff, the Randolph-Roanoke Historic District is one of the best symbols of Peoria's glorious past and a testament to confidence in Peoria's future. With revitalizing efforts and neighborhood involvement we are preserving this treasured heritage.
Conveniently located to downtown, the OSF and Methodist medical centers and Bradley University, The Randolph-Roanoke Historic District enjoys all that Peoria has to offer.
The Uplands Neighborhood is in the heart of Peoria and was founded in 1902. There you'll find historic homes, tree-lined boulevards, a diversity of residents and a close-knit community. The Uplands Residential Association is open to all neighborhood residents and is a very strong and active organization.
The Willow Knolls Residents Recreation Association (WKRRA) encompasses the area is the combination of what used to be referred to as Willow Knolls North and Willow Knolls South which are divided by a private park that the WKRRA residents enjoy. The WKRRA also has its own pool and pavilion that are available for members of the association to use for their families as well as for special events.