Updated: May 10
Next General Board Meeting May 4th at 7pm Community Building 86 Elk Creek Dr Bailey Co 80421
Please join us for our general meeting this week. We will have a member from Park County Broadband Advisory Board at this week's meeting, to discuss efforts regarding Park Co internet and internet survey.
Community Events May 22nd 2-4pm Firewise meeting at 86 Elk Creek Dr. to raise awareness of Firewise and the POA. June 5th Car Wash at the Ace Hardware in Bailey where the proceeds will go towards FAB. Saturday June 6th, 10am - 12noon Invasive plant species class, see flyer below. Crow Hill Fire House, 153 Delwood Drive, Bailey The Slash Site opens up on May 28th and runs until September 3rd, from 9-5 Saturdays only. (Located next to baseball field) Four Horse Openings AVAILABLE
We have four spots open to board horses at our community corral. If you are interested in boarding a horse, please email us and we will send you an application
Community Building Community building is now available to rent out for private events to our community members! If you are interested in renting building, please email us at ECHPOA8042@gmail.com POND The pond will be stocked with fish mid-late May. Please make sure your dues are up to date prior to fishing. When fishing you must have a paper copy of your 2022 membership letter or a screen shot on your phone. Thank you to all members that have paid 2022 membership dues! If you still need to renew your 2022 membership, please click on link below or mail a check to 86 Elk Creek Dr Bailey, Co 80421. Thanks again for your support! https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/echpoa
Got Noxious Weeds?
Learn how you can outwit them!
A presentation by Lucy Bauer, PhD ecologist Saturday June 4th, 10am - 12noon Crow Hill Fire House, 153 Delwood Drive, Bailey As we emerge from another cold, snowy and blustery winter and anticipate the joys of longer
warmer days, so too do the plants all around us! And not just our magnificent native trees, shrubs
and wildflowers, but stealthy interlopers (awesome in their own way) that are quietly invading our
yards and open space. Get them on your radar too. We are talking NOXIOUS WEEDS! Noxious weeds, such as, musk thistle, common mullein, Canada thistle and cheatgrass, are exotic plants that have invaded Colorado, have few natural checks and balances, and are impoverishing our open spaces by ousting out the natives they compete with. Some, such as Cheatgrass, can also significantly increase our wildfire risk if not controlled. Don’t let them get away with it. While we may never totally eradicate all of our noxious weeds, we can get the upper hand. If you want to learn how to diagnose, treat and keep this weedy pandemic under control on your property, plan to attend this presentation, sponsored by Fire Adapted Bailey and Teller/Park
Conservation District. RSVP to Lucy@fireweedeco.com by June 1st, 2022