The annual Woodlake Christmas Tree Lighting is this Thursday December 3rd, at 7pm at the pond. Come join your neighbors for a fun filled time with refreshments.
Saturday is Halloween. Let’s make it special for all the kids in the neighborhood.
hours: 6:00 pm to 8:00pm
if you are not participating please turn off porch light.
Enjoy and watch out for the kids.
True Green will treat the greenbelts on September 29, 2020 for noxious weeds.
there have been numerous sightings of a large coyote in the neighborhood. Recently around the 9am timeframe.
Great news, the pool opens at noon tomorrow August 4, 2020. Due to corona virus restrictions the pool is limited to 8 swimmers at a time. Residents have priority. If others are waiting to use pool, time will be limited to 45 minutes in the pool. In order to use the pool, you will need to print and sign the last page of the rules. Give the signed copy to the lifeguard. There are no printed copies at the pool. Lifeguards are on duty 12-5 daily. Links to the rules and covid rules are on the pool page above.
Pond Repairs Underway.
Alex has coordinated the volunteer’s and the supplies needed for the necessary pond repairs as outlined in the annual meeting update sent out to all residents in may. We appreciate the huge amount of time and effort this will take and look forward to having this pond repair completed. This project will start June 17th and will be completed as soon as possible. We will need a little cooperation with the weather as well. We need no rain for repair work and then some rain to fill the pond back up after repairs are completed. A big thank you to Alex and the volunteers !
Trugreen is treating greenbelts today for weeds.
Typically the Woodlake Pool opens Memorial Day. As you are well aware of we are living through strange times. We are getting the pool ready for a June opening. The pool cannot open until phase 3 of the pandemic.
Thank you for your patience.
We have had two burglaries in the neighborhood. One occurred on 63 st W in the new Woodlake and one on 58th St W. The one on 63rd occurred this morning at 1230 am. There are many new faces on the street and increased vehicle traffic due to the virus. Stay vigilant and if you see something out of the ordinary or vehicles loitering in the neighborhood, call 911.
Pay attention to suspicious vehicles at the pond, especially after dusk when the parking is supposed to be closed.