Spring is Here

Spring is here, time to get the yards and roofs cleaned up. Refer to the covenants if not sure of requirements.

By Scott

Woodlake Easter Egg Hunt

It is time for the annual Woodlake Easter Egg Hunt. The annual search for the golden egg starts promptly at 10:00 AM on Saturday April 20, 2019. Don’t be late, we meet by the pond.

By Scott

Christmas Tree Lighting

The annual Woodlake Christmas Tree Lighting if Friday November 30th, at 7pm at the pond.  Come join your neighbors for a fun filled time with refreshments.

By Scott


Halloween reminders:

hours: 6:00 pm to 8:00pm

if you are not participating please turn off porch light.

Enjoy and watch out for the kids.

By Scott

Green belt Project

Woodlake Enhancement #3,
We are now proceeding with the third enhancement project for our neighborhood.  It is scheduled to take place the second week of September.   The green belt entrance off of Woodlake drive and 58th street west and the other large green belt entrance by the island off of 61st street and 87th ave west will be re-done.  These two green belt entrances are in need of beautification.  They will be landscaped, barked with a medium dark bark,  groupings of boulders will be brought in and a foot path will be established from the street to the green belt chipped trail.   We have planned for and approved this work and now have the budget to implement it this year.  We look forward to this much needed and requested enhancement project.  We are looking forward to this improvement to our neighborhood.
By Scott

Enhancement Project # 2

The enhancement project for the area in front of our pond and parking strip is scheduled to begin at the end of August.  This area will be prepped and leveled, treated with a pre emergent weed control, barked with a medium dark bark and groupings of boulders of varying sizes will be brought in and placed for desired aesthetic appeal.  We will also be adding a small pedestrian paver path from the corner of parking strip to the black top trail as it is heavily used area during the summer months. The corner at the end of the pond parking strip that you first see when you drive down our entrance will have a small dry river bed added and column rocks placed to help distinguish and enhance our entrance.

We will also be doing some unseen but needed maintenance as well to this area with the installation of a small retaining wall along the first seven sections of fence that wrap the corner of the pond by the large drain.  This will prevent further damage to our chain link fence and debris from washing down into the pond as is happening now.  The small hill around the clean out man hole that houses our pond controls will also be regraded and one man rocks will be installed to keep mulch and debris from caving on the lid and provide a stable flat working area.  This work has long been requested and planned for, and we were able to budget for it this last year.   We look forward to this enhancement to our neighborhood.
By Scott