Arlington Heights IL - Tiburon Subdivision

TIBURON SUBDIVISION: A small neighborhood in northern Arlington Heights, IL (just east of Route 53) and just south of Lake Cook Road.  This well-located subdivision was built in the late 1980's by Pasquinelli homes and was originally planned for a neighborhood of 2-story homes.  Then the housing market was hit hard. The developer changed planned and built a series of split-level homes (Oak, Maple are two of the models prevalent in the area) and ranch homes.  There are a few 2-story homes in the neighborhood but not many.  

Tiburon subdivision was originally planned for a Planned Unit Development which is the basis for an Association.  The plans were never materialized and there is no association, fee or management at this time. 

The subdivision is an area that is an unincorporated area of Cook County so the services are varied. The public services are from Palatine, including water and sewer.  Schools and Park District services are through Palatine, IL.  As a resident of Arlington Heights, the library is the well-known Arlington Heights Library (most recent improvement is a media lab that is amazing!) but you have an opportunity to join any library in the system with your library card. The Park District allows resident fees and there are many that are free for residents only.

Arlington Heights Village services do monitor the parkways and remove and replant trees as needed.

Police are Cook County police, not Arlington Heights police.

The area is not in a flood zone.

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