The last Planning Commission Meeting went very well!  They approved the permit to use the allotted location conditional on the Board of Zoning Appeals granting a variance to the setback from the sidewalk.  They also passed a motion to hold a public meeting (Tues. April 13th, 7:30, City Hall) about the project, which is required by law.


Please attend if at all possible. Bring a friend or three… :)

TUESDAY, APRIL 13TH, 7:30, BAY VILLAGE CITY HALL.  Please come show your support!

The next step in the process takes us to the Bay Village Planning Commission at 7:30pm on Tuesday March 23rd at Bay City Hall.  BSBP Foundation will be presenting construction documents and landscape designs.


Please come to this Mondays Bay Village City Council meeting (3/15).  The meeting is at Bay Village City Hall at 7:30pm.  THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT STEP!  PLEASE COME AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT.

…Also, tentatively mark your calendar for BSBP’s big spring fundraiser on May 22nd.  More details coming soon…

At Monday night’s City Council Meeting the proposed Rose Hill South location was referred to the Planning Commission for review. This is another step in the right direction and now positions us to gather a more formal park design. Surely there are many more steps ahead but we continued to be fueled by the passion and commitment of supporters. Thank you to everyone who attended and continued to show their support for the park. 

The skatepark project is on the City Council agenda for March 8th.  Come be part of the solution…7:30pm at City Hall.  Let your voice be heard!


Please come show your support for the bike & skate park project at the next city council meeting.  The meeting is Monday, Feb. 22nd at 7:30pm at Bay Village City Hall. The mayor’s proposed location next to the Rose Hill sledding area is on the agenda. It’s time for action…join us in the arena.



Tonight’s Recreation and Parks Improvement Committee meeting was a lively gathering during which the park gained considerable support but not located within the proposed Bradley Park location. Mayor Sutherland attended the meeting and suggested that the location move back to the area near the sledding hill in Cahoon Park.  This will hopefully be a big development in getting the park project in motion. Stay tuned!

On Thursday night (2/11/2010) the Recreation and Parks Improvement Committee will be holding a 7:00pm meeting at the Dwyer Memorial Senior Center in Bay Village to discuss using Bradley Park as a possible location for the proposed Skate & Bike Park. We are looking forward to sharing information and hearing from the community as a whole.


BSBP would like to extend our support to the friends and family of Randy Stang. His passing is a loss for our community. The Public Square Group posted a nice article about what transpired at last Wednesday’s Recreation Committee Meeting. Randy will be missed.


Thanks to everyone who showed up and rode/skated at the Bike-Scooter-&-Skate-a-thon. Results and pics will be posted soon!

The details for the Bike-Scooter-&-Skate-a-thon at Avon Lake Indoor Skatepark are posted below. We are looking forward to seeing everyone and giving away LOTS of prizes:

Schedule of Events

Noon – 4 pm (Skate & Scooter only)

4 pm – 8 pm (Bike only)

Please note the following:

Tons of prizes from… Westside Skate Shop, Village Boards, Erie Boards, Marty’s Cycle Center, Martini Skate & Snow, Ray’s Indoor Mtn. Bike Park, Monster, Bay Skate and Bike Park Foundation, T-Shred, and more…

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