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"Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be" 


-Abraham Lincoln 

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This Week in History

On May 14, 1804 the Lewis and Clark expedition left St. Louis, Missouri, on a mission to explore the Northwest from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean.

Destination Restoration

The railroad trestle that

crosses Brown Deer Road will be getting a new look starting on Monday, May 20. A contractor will be conducting lead abatement and then will be painting the trestle. This project is expected to last one week.

During the project, west bound traffic on Brown Deer Road will be routed to take Rexleigh, to Ellsworth, to Regent which will then take you back to Brown Deer Road. East bound traffic will be able to continue on Brown Deer Road, but please be aware that there might be different traffic patterns. 
It's Started

Construction for the voluntary water project is now fully underway! 


Dorner Construction  began working on Monday at the E. Glencoe Place and Port Washington Road intersection.  Please remember, during construction there may be brief lane closures or roads that are inaccessible due to pipe placement and machinery in the roadway.    

Each Friday we'll work to provide a weekly progress report which will help outline the latest construction news and keep residents inform


For private laternal info, the timeslots by street for the 18th of Saturday are as follows.  If your home is on the corner of two streets, figure the earlier of the two possible time slots will be used for your home visit.

7:30am - 9:30am: N. Iroquois Rd
8:30am - 11:00am: N. Mohawk and W. Krause
10:30am - 12:00pm: W. Ellsworth Ln
11:30am - 2:30pm: N. Santa Monica, N. Regent Rd, Marti Ct, & Malibu Dr
1:30pm - 3:00pm: W. Glencoe Pl
2:30pm - 4:00pm: N. Seneca Rd and N. Navajo Rd
A map showing these timeslots can be found here: of upcoming work schedules. For all the latest information, please view the website.  


Now that construction has started, it is absolutely imperative that home owners in the project schedule the installation of a meter horn and meter, if you have not done so already.  Please contact Howard Feiges at for more information.  


Ash Tree Removal


In addition to the Adopt-a-Tree program, the Village  is planting trees for the Ash tree replacement and removal program. Residents with Ash trees in their right of way that were identified by an arborist to be in failing health are being removed. This is an effort to remove trees that would be susceptible to the Emerald Ash Borer.


To remove the Ash trees, crews are first trimming off all the branches from the trees and then they are removing the trunk and stump. Wherever possible after a tree is removed, a new one is being planted. The goal is to diversify Bayside's urban forest with a number of different types of trees being planted.


It's the time of year when many potholes appear on our roadways. This can lead to frustration for drivers. One community has even created a song about potholes and pothole repair. 

While our crews perform a number of functions, one is to make sure that our roads stay in great condition. If you notice a pothole, let us know! You can report it online using our Report a Concern section of the website. 


New Police Vehicle

The Police Department recently 

received a UTV (Utility Task Vehicle) from Cedar Creek Motorsports.  The unit is provided free of charge through a special police program Cedar Creek participates in. 


The UTV will be used for patrolling areas that are impossible to reach by car or are time consuming for officers on foot such as ravines, parks, the Audubon Center, and the lakefront. 


Wisconsin Birdathon

The Bayside/Fox Point Birdathon Team recorded a total 

of 92 different bird species on Saturday, May 11. There were 78 different species tallied in Bayside and 54 in Fox Point. The teams effort focused largely on the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center in Bayside and Doctors Park. The Birdathon demonstrates the diversity of bird life in the community.   

Bayside Webpage of the Week  


New to Bayside? Welcome to the community! The Village has a dedicated webpage that provides information on contacting utilities, garbage, recycling, emergency numbers and other essential services that Bayside provides.