If a property owner believes a tree that is next to their property and believed to be on Point O’Woods property, is dying or dead and believed to be in need of removal, the property owner will need to do the following:
- Provide a recent survey of their property showing the tree on Point ‘Woods property with dimensions, markings or “pins” to show the property lines.
- If the property owner does not have a recent survey, they will need to have said area surveyed by a licensed and certified survey company.
- They will need to have their property “pinned” or marked with proper markings so we can review land titles and verify property lines.
- They will need to send this information to the Board of Governors for review.
- Once verified, the Point O’Woods Board will take steps to have said tree(s) removed.
Stumps will not be part of the removal process. The Board is only willing to take down tree(s) to protect property and for concerns of safety.
You can Receive Automated Emergency Messages
The Town of Old Lyme has launched Old Lyme Alerts, an Emergency Notification System. Property owners, residents and business owners can register with their preferred contact information in order to automatically receive messages from the Town about emergency or urgent situations.
The contact information you provide is protected. It will not be used for any other purpose. Even if you have already registered for notifications through the state system (ctalert.gov), it is recommended that you also register for local alerts.
How to Register:
- At www.oldlyme-ct.gov OR
- you can obtain a hard copy form at the Town Hall, Lymes’ Senior Center, or the Old Lyme Library
More information at:
Due to limited visits to the office during the off-season, formal office hours have been terminated as of 9/25/15 and will be resumed in Spring 2016.
During this period, your needs will be addressed remotely by the staff and Board of Governors. Your questions comments and concerns can be addressed as follows:
PHONE – Call the office at 860-434-5686. Leave a short message describing the topic, your name and contact information. Your call will be returned.
EMAIL – Send an email to the office at firstname.lastname@example.org describing the topic, your name and contact information. Your email will be addressed.
WEBSITE – Use the Comment feature on the website:
Go to pointowoodsct.com
- Click on “CONTACT”
- Click on “Operations Administrator”
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your information in the boxes provided
- Click on “SUBMIT”
Your message will go to the office email.
STAY SAFE AND WARM and WE’LL SEE YOU NEXT SEASON!!!
The Board of Governors
In the recent snowy winters, the roads at Point O’Woods have become difficult for passage of two-way traffic. To improve winter road safety, the Board of Governors has decided to implement one-way streets from 12/15-3/15. Streets that may be impacted include:
|– Carrington Rd
||– Oak Rd
|– East Joffre Rd
||– Seaview Rd
|– Ridgewood Rd
||– Walnut Rd
Signage will be installed to reflect this change. More details to come in mid-October. Check the beach bulletin board and/or website at pointowoodsct.com for updates.
Annual Leaf Pick-Up will commence this year on Monday November 16th and continue until Friday December 18th.
Leaves must be placed in paper bags and left on the edge of your property. There is no personal or contractor drop off at Anderson Park
Point O’Woods is served by a community sanitary sewer system that could be damaged by flushing prohibited materials to the sewer.
CAUTION: Only flush sanitary waste down the drain.
Below are examples of what NOT to flush:
- Diapers, rags, or any kind of cloth
- Bulk grease or fat
- Sand, kitty litter, aquarium gravel, pet cage shavings
- String, dental floss, feminine products
- Plastic or metal objects
- Paints or paint thinners
- Gasoline, kerosene, solvents, or any flammable or combustible materials
- Strong chemicals or toxic, caustic, or poisonous substances
- Seafood shells, bones, cherry stones, peach pits, etc.
Remember to drain cooking pans, before cleaning in the sink, and dispose of grease separately.
In the event that any damage was caused by any of the above listed UN-flushable items, the cost to repair may be that of the homeowner.