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POSTED JULY 11...
SPRING HARBOR BEACH CLOSED FOR SWIMMING
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Most recent edition of the neighborhood newsletter:
July 9th SHNA Board Meeting CANCELLED
Next SHNA Board meeting: Tuesday, August 13
Dale Heights Church, 5501 University Avenue
If you are interested in attending, please contact the board president or your area director to ensure that the meeting is taking place.
SHNA Board Meetings
Typically held on the second Tuesday of each month 7:00PM (ends by 9:00PM). All SHNA residents are welcome to attend. Dates/times are subject to change, so please confirm with a Board member if you plan to attend.
4th of July Parade and Picnic--Come join in the fun!
On Thursday, 7/4...
11:00-Parade starts at corner of Merrill Spring and Tomahawk Trail. Walkers, bikes and wagons line up behind the Shorewood Hills antique firetruck. Proceed down Tomahawk Trail to Spring Harbor Park
Immediately following parade--Games in the park
12:00--Potluck begins--please bring a dish to share and your own eating utensils, plates, etc. Blanket or chairs to sit on recommended. Seating at tables is limited
All are welcome! [No rain date]
Spring Harbor Beach News: Use lakesforecast.org for Spring Harbor Beach Info
Under the auspices of the Clean Lakes Alliance, Spring Harbor Beach is monitored by our local volunteer, Nancy Ellison. She is one of more than 46 citizen monitors collecting lake water data at 58 lake sample sites and 25 beaches from May through September. Twice weekly, the following data is collected: air temperature, water temperature, turbidity, wave intensity, waterfowl presence, swimmer presence, surface algal bloom, algal bloom type, floating plant debris and water clarity. The data is immediately uploaded and posts online at: lakeforecast.org. Upload lakeforecast.org. Use the website and app to see a map and current water data all 56 monitoring stations throughout the Yahara Lakes.
Reporting Storm-related Damage to City Engineering
Read MadisonWaterWays to learn about a new website for reporting storm-related problems to the City of Madison.
Here's a link to the District 19 Alder's blog where you can also read about the website:
Filled sandbags in the Spring Harbor Beach parking lot, corner of Lake Mendota Drive and Norman Way.
NEW PLAYGROUND IN
NEW! JOIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION ONLINE
The Spring Harbor Neighborhood Association (SHNA) Board has set up an easy way to become a member of the neighborhood association, or renew your membership, and pay dues. Use this link: https://spring-harbor-neighborhood.cheddarup.com
On the Cheddar-Up web site you will fill out a form similar to the membership form you've seen in the neighborhood newsletter. You can pay online or indicate that you will mail a check.
Also, let us know how you want to get involved in the many efforts and activities of the neighborhood association--we need you!
The Spring Harbor Neighborhood Association (SHNA) boundaries encompass Old Middleton Road and the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad on the south, Lake Mendota on the north, Whitney Way (City of Madison boundary on the east), and Camelot Drive on the west. The Hickory Hollow Condominiums and the University Crossing Apartments are within these boundaries. [The green area on map above represents the general area.]
Residential Development Document