Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
The Summer Clean-Up Day will be held on Sunday, July 17 from 10am-2pm. You will enter off of Fairy Chasm Road. Participants are asked to provide non-perishable food items for the Hunger Task Force or a monetary donation.
Accepted Items:• Excess garba...Read on...
When the power goes out, here is what you SHOULD do:• Call We Energies to report the outage at 1-800-662-4797.• Monitor the outage on the We Energies power outage map at http://www.we-energies.com/• Follow the We Energies power outage tips. http://w...Read On...
Join us for a fun night in Bayside at our 4th Annual Bayside 5K run/walk and 2 mile walk! There will be music, food, a bonfire, and so much more! Proceeds go to support the MACC Fund.
Come on down to Ellsworth Park (600 E Ellsworth Lane) for a night of fun with the family. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and we will provide the popcorn! Beverages are also available for purchase.
The movies are:- Friday, June 10 @ 9pm - Field...Read On..
Are you making plans to get your garden or lawn back into shape? The Village will be offering high quality mulch to residents again this year. The Village will deliver mulch to your home for a cost of $90 per 5 yard increment.
To schedule a delivery, ...Read More
Stay up to date on the 2016 Street Resurfacing and Stormwater Project by signing up for the construction blog. Opt to receive updates by email, text message, or both!
Roadside yard waste collection is completed in the Village between April and November. The Village also offers select Tuesday night and Saturday morning yard waste drop off events. You can see all the dates of collection on our yard waste page.Read More
Unused and expired prescription medications can be disposed of in the Police Department lobby 24/7. Sharps and biohazardous materials are not accepted.
Residents can bring items for recycling to Village Hall Monday-Friday between 8:00am and 4:30pm. These items include ink cartridges, light bulbs, batteries, cell phones, electronics (TVs accepted for a $30 fee), eyeglasses and sunglasses, and textiles.
Strategies for keeping turkey and coyote out of our yards are the following:
1. Do not feed any wildlife
This can be intentionally or unintentionally (fruit trees, compost piles, bird feeders).
2. Practice hazing techniques
If you see an anima...Read on...