at Park Glen Elementary School (in the Black Hills Lane parking lot)
Free to Park Glen homeowners and residents for household document shredding only. Please clearly mark your boxes or paper bags for shredding. While you wait in your vehicle, volunteers will remove those items from your trunk or truck bed. No plastic bags, please. Shredding is done onsite, generally within 15 minutes of dropoff.
September Winners The Glen - 8053 Gila Bend Lane The Preserve - 8337 Greylock Drive Phase III - 5409 Blue Water Lake Dr. Wind Ridge - 8368 Everglades Circle Parkview - 4721 North Cascades St.
The Meadows - 5554 Rocky Mountain Vistas AT Park Glen- 6900 Chaco Trail Phase 1 - 7528 Deerlodge Trail The Knoll - 5201 Hot Springs Trail The Bluffs - 4908 Cedar River Trail Vistas OF Park Glen - 7055 Deer Ridge The Crossings - 5113 Creek Bend Dr The Hills - 4633 Tanque Drive
This is the final Yard of the Month judging for 2020. Many thanks to Beth Rutkoski for coordinating, the many volunteer judges who drove the neighborhood, and the Park Glen residents who made their yards look great.
All Park Glen homeowners are welcome.
The next PGNA Board Meeting will be ONLINE at 7pm on 10/19/20. All Park Glen homeowners are welcome to participate. The Agenda and Access Instructions will be posted in the pink box on thehomepage.
Board meetings are every third Monday except for the combined November / December meeting held on the first Monday of December. Meetings start at 7pm.
Board Meetings are being held ONLINE for the present time. Future In-Person Meetings: Neighborhood Management Office 5421 Basswood Blvd, Suite 710 (left of Premier Eye Care)
2020 Board Meetings
October 19 (probably online)
December 7 (probably online)
A first-time-ever Turkey Challenge will be held November 1-26, 2020. The latest information for participants is HERE. Information for potential sponsors is HERE. Any questions? E-mail TurkeyChallenge@ParkGlen.org.
This is to take the place of the Turkey Trot which was cancelled for this year due to the uncertainties associated with COVID-19. Profits from past Turkey Trots funded the PGNA Scholarship Program. This year, the Turkey Challenge will fund the PGNA Scholarship Program with profits that are raised during this event. This is an activity where participants exercise, via physical activity of their choice, for at least 20 minutes a day for at least 20 days between November 1 and November 26th.
First time ever
Halloween / Harvest Decorating Contest
(fashioned after the Holiday Lights Decorating Contest) will be held October 22-27, 2020. One winner from each of the 13 villages will receive a $50 gift card. More details to come in the September newsletter. Please contact Halloween and/or Harvest Decorating Contest Coordinator Beth Rutkoski at PGNABeth@gmail.com if you would like to volunteer being a judge for a different village than your own.
Park Glen's fiscal year runs from October 1 to September 30. Statements for annual dues will be mailed out shortly after October 1. Payment of the annual assessment amount and any unpaid previous amounts will be late if not RECEIVED by November 1. If you have questions about your bill or the balance, please contact our Community Manager. Contact information and payment instructions are HERE.
Meet at the front doors of Park Glen Elementary School for this 8am to 11am event, and lend a hand as we clean up around Park Glen and work to keep our community beautiful! Sponsored by Park Glen Elementary PTA. Participants will receive gloves, bags, and Litter Stomp shirts (for first-comers and as supplies last), but feel free to bring your own supplies. QUESTIONS? Contact Catalina Leon email@example.com
Due to the Governor's order, we will not be able to have our typical National Night Out block parties this year. Instead, the Mayor will host a live virtual event on the evening of October 6 from 6pm to 9pm in which she will interview the Police and Fire Chiefs about the importance of strong neighborhoods. She will have other department reps to discuss how they can support neighborhoods. People from different neighborhoods will be able to submit comments and questions in a way to provide interaction.