Park Glen Elementary School (Black Hills Lane parking lot)
Free to Park Glen homeowners and residents for household document shredding only.
August Winners Vistas AT Park Glen - 5005 Glenscape Trl The Meadows - 7113 Isle Royle Dr The Hills - 4509 Conconino Ct Wind Ridge - 8355 Capital Reef Court Phase III - 5417 Lake Powell Drive Parkview - 4741 Great Divide Dr The Bluffs - 5225 Ash River Rd The Preserve - 8328 Trace Ridge Pkwy The Glen - 4636 Buffalo Bend Place Vistas OF Park Glen - 7155 Stillwater Ct The Crossing - 5208 White Hills Dr Phase I - 5312 Crescent Lake Drive The Knoll - 5200 Glen Canyon Rd
The final Yard of the Month judging for 2020 will be September 1-4. Volunteer judges will drive through the neighborhood and select the winners for each month. Judging will be based on overall attractiveness and adherence to deed restrictions & community standards. To be considered, properties must not have any open violations or have any past due balance on their accounts. Winners will receive recognition in the online community newsletter and on our ParkGlen.org website, plus a “Yard of the Month” sign for their yards.Any questions please e-mail Beth Rutkoski atPGNABeth@gmail.com
PID6 Fireworks have been postponed to a tentative date of Labor Day, Sept. 5, 2020.
The 2020 All-Member ANNUAL MEETING AND BOARD ELECTION will be September 14, 2020. Click HERE for information on that.
All Park Glen homeowners are welcome.
The August 17th Board meeting will be ONLINE only. Access instructions and other information is available in the pink box on the home page.
Board meetings are every third Monday except for the combined November / December meeting held on the first Monday of December. Meetings start at 7pm.
July 20, 2020 Meeting is ONLINE only. Future In-Person Meetings: Neighborhood Management Office 5421 Basswood Blvd, Suite 710 (left of Premier Eye Care)
2020 Board Meetings
August 17 (online only)
October 6, 2020 - 5pm or Later
Please contact Kelly Wingo, PGNA National Night Out Coordinator at PGNAKelly@gmail.com, if you are interested in organizing a National Night Out Event for your street, section of street, or your street and nearby street(s). The purpose of National Night Out is to foster friendships and acquaintances between neighbors so that neighbors watch out for one another which results in crime being reduced. National Night Out is following the latest CDC, State, and Local COVID-19 guidelines.
A first time ever Turkey Challenge will be held November 1-26, 2020. 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 online activity where participants exercise, via a physical activity of their choice, for 20 minutes a day for 20 days. Cost for participants to enter this event is $20. Participants are encouraged to obtain sponsors in order to compete for prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. Participants with the greatest sponsorship dollars received will win. Participants will also be encouraged to upload photos of their activities which are intended to be fun for the whole family and/or groups of friends/organizations. Further details to come in the September Newsletter. If you are a business/organization/individual who would like to sponsor the event, or would like to volunteer helping with the event, please email Susan Kenney at PGNASusan@gmail.com.
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.