Update: there will be no parade, but the fire truck will still circle the neighborhood and neighbors are encouraged to cheer them on from their property and parkways.
July 4th is just around the corner! This year the OCSA board has decided to cancel the picnic/potluck portion of our Independence Day celebration due to COVID-19 concerns.
There will not be a traditional parade. However, we will still have a fire truck drive through the neighborhood at 11:00AM on July 4 starting at East Oakbrook Circle by the neighborhood sign, making a counter-clockwise circle towards West Oakbrook Circle. Please consider standing or sitting in your drive way or on the grass to applaud our firefighters as they drive by.
See you then!
Note: these are draft minutes and have not yet been approved.
The next Oakbridge Neighborhood Association Board Meeting will take place on Wed., May 20, 2020 at 7 pm, via Zoom. Among other things, the Board will discuss potential changes to the Architectural Control Rules. If you would like to attend, please let the board know, and we will send you the Zoom link to click on to join the meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you cannot attend the meeting but have comments you would like to make to the Board about the Architectural Control Rules or anything else, please email email@example.com.
We will be holding a public hearing before making any official changes to the Architectural Control Rules. We had hoped to hold such a hearing in April, but such meeting has been indefinitely postponed due to COVID-19. Stay tuned for a new date and time.
The streets in your area are scheduled to be chip sealed this summer. The cost of the chip seal is funded entirely through our Pavement Maintenance Fund and there is no assessable cost to the adjacent property owners. Chip sealing is an important part of the City of Madison’s Pavement Management Program. The benefits that the City of Madison and its residents will receive from the implementation of a chip sealing program include: saving the City of Madison millions of dollars in pavement maintenance costs; waterproofing the streets; protecting the underlying pavement from oxidation, aging, and traffic wear; sealing small cracks and imperfections; and extending the serviceable life of the streets.
Just wanted to share that email from the website had been broken for some time. It’s working now! Please feel free to sign up for updates under “Subscription” on the right.
The March 18, 2020 Board meeting has been cancelled for COVID-19 concerns. The next Board meeting is tentatively planned for April 22, 2020.
The Oakbridge Community Services Association Board of Directors will next meet on Wed. Mar. 18, at 7:00 PM at Regus, 8383 Greenway Blvd. #600 in Middleton. Oakbridge residents are welcome to attend but should be there no later than 7:00, since the building will be security locked thereafter. Anyone who’d like to communicate with the Board but isn’t able to make the meeting may do so via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.