Multi-Family Garage Sale
The neighborhood garage sale will take place Fri. May 17 and Sat. May 18, 8:00am - 2:00pm. These dates correspond with the adjacent Oakbridge neighborhood garage sale. The event is advertised in the Madison newspapers and on Craigslist.
Look for signs and balloons indicating participating homes.
Earth Day, Sat. April 27
Celebrate Earth Day with neighbors and friends by cleaning up our local parks and neighborhood. Join this community-wide effort to make a difference.
- Time: 9:00am - 10:30am
- Location: Meet at Haen Family Park (blue park at High Point Rd and Tree Lane)
- Target Areas: Haen Family Park, Sauk Creek Park, High Point Rd, Sauk Creek Greenway, Old Sauk Rd
- Refreshments: Coffee, juice and donuts will be available at the Haen Park shelter to help get us going.
Note: Sauk Creek Neighborhood association will supply garbage bags, but please bring your own work gloves.
Spring Egg Hunt, Sat. March 30 10:00 am
Join us at Haen Family Park (blue park and Tree La and High Point Rd) for the children's egg hunt! Coffeea and donuts will also be provided.
Please bring a basket or bag for your children to carry their eggs.
Visiting family and friends are welcome too!
Why Join the Sauk Creek Neighborhood Association?
Membership costs only $20 and supports many great services:
Pay Membership Dues AND Complete Membership Form Online
Take advantage of the speed and convenience of renewing your membership online. Simply go to "Complete Membership Form Online" on the left.
After submitting the Membership Form, go to "Pay Dues Online" on the left to pay the $20 annual membership dues. Click the "Add to Cart" button to add the Membership Dues to your shopping cart. You will then be directed to PayPal's secure website. If you wish to make a donation to any of the Neighborhood Funds listed, click "Continue Shopping" (gray box on the left) BEFORE you "Check Out."
When your shopping cart is complete, click on the "Check Out" or "Check out with PayPal" button. Both options allow you to "Choose a way to pay," either with your PayPal account OR with a debit or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Exoress).
If you do not have a PayPal account, go to the bottom of the "Choose a way to pay" section and choose "Don't have a PayPal Account." You will be directed to the "Pay with a debit or credit card" section where you may enter the credit card number you wish to use.
Please contact the membership coordinator at email@example.com with any questions or comments.
Please note that SCNA is a non-profit organization but is not a registered 501(c)(3) organization, therefore, your membership fee is not tax deductible.
SCNA Annual Membership Meeting
Thursday, November 29 at 7:00 pm
Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N. High Point Road
All members and non-members who live in the Sauk Creek Neighborhood are invited to attend. The agenda will include a review of the Association's financial report, committee reports, and election of board members for 2013.
Alder Paul Skidmore will join us to discuss matters affecting our neighborhood and the city, and answer any questions you may have.
Refreshments will be served.
Interested in Having a Block Party?
Submit this form (PDF, 246 KB).
Alicia Ashman Library Spring Book Sale
The Friends of Alicia Ashman Library hold a book sale every spring and fall. Money from the sale helps fund special purchases, projects and adult and children's programs at the library. Volunteers work to make this possible.
Members Preview Sale: Thurs. May 2, 5 p.m - 8 p.m.
Membership is $5 per year for individuals or $10 per family.
Public Sale: Fri. May 3, 9:30 a.m - 7 p.m. and Sat. May 4, 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
No membership required.
Residential Burglary and Auto Theft Prevention
From David Jugovich, police lieutenant for the West District of Madison, "As the City continues to experience burglaries and thefts from autos, the Madison Police Department is looking for assistance in preventing and solving these crimes. Citizen involvement is a powerful resource and a critical asset to law enforcement efforts. There are often simple steps that can be taken by residents that may help them avoid being victimized. We also need residents to be our 'eyes and ear' and report suspicious activity/behaviors. To that end, Neighborhood Watch programs can also be a valuable asset."