October 26 Issue
Clean-Up Day
Fright Night
Upcoming Pickups
Get Your Ballot
Tire Disposal
Home for Sale
Webpage of the Week

Recycling Info


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


10/24/12: 11.36

2012 YTD: 478.8

2011 YTD: 470.38

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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This Week In History

What is known as the Cuban Missile Crisis actually began on October 15, 1962.  However, on October 22, in a televised speech of extraordinary gravity, President John F. Kennedy announces his decision of a naval quarantine.  Finally, on October 28, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev Khrushchev announced his government's intent to dismantle and remove all offensive Soviet weapons in Cuba.

Yard Waste and Recycling Drop-Off Dates

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

Head Over To Village Hall

Now that you've got most of your items together (right?!), you're ready to head over to Village Hall on Saturday to properly dispose of them.  From 9am - 3pm on Saturday, enter off of Fairy Chasm Road to join us.  Just bring a few non-perishables for Hunger Task Force, or a monetary donation for the Ronald McDonald House. 


Wondering what you can bring to Clean-Up Day, here's a few quick ideas:

  • Scrap Metals;
  • Recycling;
  • Document Shredding;
  • GoodWill Donations;
  • Electronics (anything that plugs in!);
  • Batteries;
  • and much more!


You can also bring prescription medications as well, and those will be collected at the Police Department.  See you there! 

Goodie Bags and more

After you've recovered from your Clean Up Day fun, and of course trick-or-treating has finished - head over to Ellsworth Park from 5:30pm - 7:30pm to join us for Fright Night. 


Outside, a glowing bonfire will keep you warm, while the trhalloweeneats, music and spooks inside the tent will keep you entertained.  Don't forget, there will be brats, hot dogs, popcorn, beverages and treats for everyone in attendance!  



A quick reminder that trick-or-treating activities will commence in Bayside between 2:30pm-5:30pm on Sunday, October 28. 

Leaf Vac Attack

Loose leaf collection season continues next week, October 29 throughout the Village. 

  • 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.

Remember, loose leaf collection occurs every other week - we ask that residents only place leaves out prior to their weekly collection to avoid road obstruction. 


Culvert Clean Out

Take time to make sure your ditch and driveway culvert are clear of leaf buildup.  While Village crews do their best to keep culverts and catch basins clear of debris and blockages, we could always use a hand, especially this time of year.  If you notice a catch basin, culvert or other area is blocked by debris, leaves, etc. - please help us by clearing the obstruction, or contacting us to let us know.  Every little bit helps! 

Join Your Neighbors
Residents can fill out absentee ballot applications and return them to Village Hall to have an absentee ballot mailed to them - the final day for receiving applications by mail is Thursday, November 1 @ 5pm. Absentee ballots must then be mailed back to or dropped off at Village Hall.

Absentee Ballots
Residents are now able to vote absentee in-person at Village Hall.  In fact, Bayside is nearing 15% voter turnout already!  Want to vote early?   We've even got extended hours:
  • Village Hall will be open October 29 through November 1, 8:00am - 6:00pm for absentee voting.   
  • Open November 2, 8:00am - 5:00pm; this is the final day for in-person absentee voting.
Turn Out for Tires

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. 

Code Compliance

Thinking of selling your home?  Make sure you stop in for a residential code compliance permit first.  This process allows the Village's building inspector to perform a proper inspection of the home, making sure all permits are current, and matters of safety are addressed. 


Code Compliance permits are valid for one year from issuance, and can be renewed on six month terms as well.  If you have any further questions, contact Alex Henderson at Village Hall. 

Village Webpage of the Week: Everything Property

Interested in a property in Bayside?  Want to know a little more about your own?  Head over to the Village Property Information page.  You'll find links to the Village's Assessor page, as well as information regarding property maintenance efforts in the community, zoning and even tax info.