Here's What's Happening in Cedar Point Park (12/5/21)
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Next CPPA Board Meeting via ZOOM @ 8:30am. Contact the association office if you have an issue to bring before the board. CPPA Office 262-245-5996 or firstname.lastname@example.org
10/5/21 - The Village of Williams Bay provides leaf collection via a vacuuming process in April and November.
The Village routinely collects leaves at weekly intervals, therefore, calls to schedule this service is not needed.
Place leaves by the roadside in a long row rather than a big pile.
Absolutely no branches. To get rid of branches and sticks, please use the Williams Bay Brush Chipping program.
Leaves on private driveways or alleys will not be collected.
10/5/21 - The Village of Williams Bay Brush Chipping Program
The Village will chip brush and sticks on Tuesdays (weather permitting) throughout the year. Please arrange for this service by calling (262) 245-2700 ext. 9 and leave your name, address and phone number when prompted.
Calls made by noon on Mondays will be scheduled for chipping on Tuesday.
Place brush and sticks by the roadside with cut ends facing the road.
Sticks with a diameter of 6" or less are an acceptable size for shipping.
Christmas Trees are accepted at the curb in January. No phone call needed.
There is no charge if chipping takes 10 minutes or less.
There is a $2.50 per minute charge for each minute after 10 minutes.
Brush and sticks left by at the road without scheduling will not be chipped.
Cedar Point Park Neighbors PLEASE SLOW DOWN 25mph speed limit
Cedar Point neighbors, PLEASE SLOW DOWN when driving through our neighborhood. The speed limit is 25mph on Cedar Point Dr. and
20 mph on all the interior street of our association.
12/2/21 - Year End Letter from CPPA President Ray Copeland
December 2, 2021
Dear CPPA Members,
It's hard to believe, but another year is coming to an end. I sincerely hope it was a great year for you and your family. Inspite of Covid-19 still being with us, we had much to be thankful for in 2021. The weather this summer and especially this fall was spectacular. Piers were in on time which allowed for early lake use, and the balmy fall extended the boating season well into October. The lakefront and parkways have been superbly maintained by Kurt Kulpa and Kevin Bulow making them look more like golf course fairways than parkways. Our signature columns were cleaned and painted gleaming white, and the new signs at the top of each parkway identifying them look fantastic. Many of the old red and white signs have been removed. Repairs to the worst roads have been completed, but road repair is always a work in progress. Members were able to enjoy two wonderful "Music in the Park" concerts, which were very well attended. More are being planned for next year. As the Holidays approach, the CPPA pillar wreaths are up and look quite festive. I would like to take this opportunity, on behalf of the CPPA Board of Directors, to wish you and yours a very merry holiday season and a prosperous 2022.
With warmest regards,
12/2/21 - REMINDER! As we enter December and snowy weather season, please avoid parking on Cedar Point Park streets so that may be plowed!
12/2/21 - October CPPA Meeting Minutes Posted
Member Portal > Meeting Minutes
Last sail of the season . . .
9/22/21 - Interested in Cedar Point Park History? 75 Years on Geneva Lake: A History of Cedar Point Park 1925 - 2000 PDF
For new members of CPP Association curious about our history and those old members who may have misplaced their copy, a PDF of the 75th Anniversary Publication can be found on the "About CPPA" page (45 page document scanned in grayscale).
Any Cedar Point Association member who is certified by an authorized health care specialist as having a disability, and has been authorized for disability parking can apply for golf cart access to CPPA parkways. The CPPA Golf Cart Application can be found in the MEMBER PORTAL > CPPA Handbook & Forms.
12/5/21 - November CPPA Meeting Minutes Posted
Member Portal > Meeting Minutes
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