October 19 Issue
Recycle Away
Clean-Up Day & Fright Night
Get Your Ballot
Officer Groh
Upcoming Pickups
Tire Disposal
Webpage of the Week

Thank you

We would also like to thank Creative Expressions Landscaping and 
 for the sponsorship of the clean up day event.

Recycling Info


We're working to recycle more in 2012.  Let's check our totals: 


10/17/12: 10.94

2012 YTD: 467.44

2011 YTD: 458.72

Upping the Amount

Keep up the great work Bayside!  To date, the Bayside has a 2% increase in overall recycling from 2011.  Let's keep this going to get up to a 5% increase by the end of the year.  Remember, there might be items that you're not recycling! 

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Trick or Treat Hours

Sunday, October 28 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm in Bayside.

Yard Waste and Recycling Drop-Off Dates

Tuesday, November 20 from 4 pm to 8 pm @ the sled hill parking lot

Only 1 Week Away!

During the weekend of October 27 and 28, Bayside will be hosting two of its most popular events:  Clean-Up Day and Fright Night.  Don't miss out on your last chance to dispose of unwanted items around the house and to have some family friendly Halloween fun with friends and neighbors after trick-or-treating.


When and Where?

  • Clean-Up Day:  Saturday, October 27 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the DCUS parking lot (enter off of Fairy Chasm).  
  • Fright Night: Sunday, October 28 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Ellsworth Park.
  • Bayside Trick-or-Treat:  Sunday, October 28 from 2:30 to 5:30 pm

Come Out to Ellsworth

Make sure you wear your costume to Fright Night - there will be a costume juding contest, along with food, warm beverages, and a bonfire!

Shred it

The Fall clean up day day will again include shredding.  Bins for items you may need to shred are now available at Village Hall.  We encourage you to for them off in locked containers prior to the event.  In addition, ShredX will be present to shred materials on site on Saturday the 27th from 9 am to 11 am.  Thereafter, locked bins will be available until they are full. 

Want to Vote by Absentee Ballot?
Residents can fill out absentee ballot applications and return them to Village Hall to have an absentee ballot mailed to them.  Absentee ballots must then be mailed back to or dropped off at Village Hall.

Absentee Ballots Available at Village Hall on Oct. 22
Beginning Monday, October 22, residents may vote by absentee ballot at Village Hall.  State Statute prevents residents from voting at Village Hall prior to this date.
  • Village Hall will be open October 29 through November 1, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm for absentee voting.   

Still Need to Register?
If you moved to Bayside and need to register to vote, or if you or someone you know is a first time voter, come into Village Hall to register to vote prior to the election.    You can also use the State's new voter information website to register to vote and to request an absentee ballot, along with much more.

Honorary Daisy Scout

Recently, Officer Mike Groh visited with Daisy Troop 6066 to hold an information "Stranger Danger" talk.  Throughout the year, along with their everyday duties, Bayside officers offer education talks, tours of the Police and Dispatch areas, as well as attending charitable events. 


Stranger Danger talks are designed to help teach kids common safety techniques and to help recognize when a dangerous situation may present itself.    


Civility Reigns

With the Presidential Election approaching quickly, the sight of political yard signs is something we're all used to at this point.  However, the Village has also seen an upswing in the amount of damage done to these signs through vandalism, or outright theft.  While these acts alone are illegal, it should be noted that entering private property can result in a trespassing citation. 


We ask that all residents keep an eye out, and keep our community civil, regardless of your political stance.   


Know the Pickup

Loose leaf collection season has finally arrived in Bayside.  While some preliminary equipment testing was completed this week, full operations will be taking place next week.  With falling leaves comes a few reminders:

  • Loose leaf will be picked up beginning the week of October 15. Check out the collection schedule.
  • Please rake leaves to the curb, but out of the street - this keeps our narrower roads safer for vehicles, bicycles and pedestrian traffic.

Yard Waste

Yard waste collection will take place next week - please have all items to the curb by 7am.  Please do NOT mix leaf and yard waste piles together. 

Roll Em On Over

Are you cleaning out your house for Clean Up Days on October 27?  Have you run across some old tires you'd like to get rid of?  Well, you can - and on the same day even, through a hazardous waste collection day


While Bayside cannot accept these tires, residents can take them to 

the Ozaukee County Fairgrounds in Cedarburg from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  There are some fees that will apply for the disposal. 

Village Webpage of the Week: Why Bayside

Bayside is known for its great rural setting, friendly neighbors, and the ability to walk to schools, parks and beyond.  Take a look at why some of Bayside residents have indicated they like/love living in Bayside.  And if you're so inclined, let us know why you like living here as well.