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This page is specifically for our Park Members; keeping all informed. On this page you will find links for downloading files, (documents, newsletters), various links;  updating your contact information, which will keep the Office files current, and a link for the most current Pathways newsletter.

Pioneer Park has a Private members only page on FaceBook. The easiest way to be invited is to LIKE the Park's business page --- facebook.com/pioneerparkltd  After you've LIKED the page the Admins can find you, then please send an email to the park's office with which site you are a member of, and we can then get you added. Remember, it is for members only (those listed on the membership certificate), not friends or family who are not a member of this Park.

From Management --

May 21, 2019

There is a Member Meeting this Saturday, the 25th at 10am out the Outpost. All members are encouraged to attend.

The 30yard roll-off dumpster will be delivered on Thursday the 23rd. Please hold off on any large items until the dumpster shows up, otherwise maintenance has to move all the items. Once the regular dumpsters are full, please put your trash in the large Roll-Off dumpster.

Using the Park's PO Box has been discouraged for over a decade. Members are to get a PO Box at a local post office for personal mail.

April 14th, 2019

A few members have asked Randy about whether they need to be in the Park when having guests staying at their campsite.

No, you do not, BUT you are responsible for their behavior to include violations (fines), damage caused to Park and it’s property etc.

The policy change was for Guest Sites only. If you are reserving a guest site to have friends or family use the site and park facilities, you also need to be staying at your camp site.   If the Office is closed when your guests arrive, you must meet them at the gate and take them to the site.  Make sure they register in the morning once the office reopens.



April 22 , 2019
Leaf pick-up is in full swing once again. Please get your leaves completely on the road to allow the leaf vacuum room to pick them up. Lot clean-up must be completed by June 1st. No letter will be sent, as in the past, but we will have your lot cleaned up and bill you for it. If you cannot get to the Park by June 1st, there are members and vendors available to do it for a price.


From the Office      

Electric Meters will be read (weather permtting) on May 30th. Electric Bills will be ready by Friday May 31st.


Per our Bylaws, it is the member's responsibility to keep the Park up to date with your contact information. Please update the office with any information that has changed. Phone, address, or even E-mail address. All is helpful if we need to contact you. THANKS



Here is our 2019 Board of Directors:

Brian Pugens - Dist 1 Director (Secretary)
Jim Smyth - Dist 1 Alternate
Lisa Raspante - Dist 2 Director (Vice President)
Dick Verhagen - Dist 3 Director (President)
Arlin Maag - Dist 3 Alternate
Tony DiOrio - Dist 4 Director (At Large)
Tom Rithamel - Dist 4 Alternate
Rick Biege - Dist 5 Director (Treasurer)

This year the Districts up for election are Dist 2, 4 and Dist 5 for an Alternate.  


Attention Members: 

Approved by the Board of Directors, a FINE of $2,000 will be charged to the member if they or a guest breaks any sort of glass object at the pool resulting in the closing of either pool. This will cover the costs of reopening the pool. Make sure you remind your guests, as you are responsible for their actions, that ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS is allowed in the pool areas.  Please see the Pool Policy. ~  The highlighted area have been recently approved by the BOD.

Beverages ONLY in plastic or aluminum will be allowed in the gated pool area. NO beverages allowed at the edge of the pool or with you in the water. 

Also, ABSOLUTELY no food in the enclosed Pool area.  We have picnic areas for this.
PLEASE inform your guests. ~ Management





Storage Yard:

All items stored at Pioneer Park must be identifiable as to ownership. Canoes & Kayaks must have the owner's site number on them.  Boats must display current State registration on them with the site number clearly visible on the trailer.  Those items that can not be identified will be removed from storage.  Storage forms for the current year must be registered with the Office and approved by the manager, for ALL boats, trailers, etc stored at Pioneer Park. All items stored must be registered to Park Members, and shall have proof of registration and insurance on file in the office. 


Park Meetings -     Everyone is welcome to attend any and all meetings

Members Meeting May 25, 2019 10am Outpost

Activities Meeting TBA

Finance Committee TBA

Rules Committee TBA


Firewood notice:   is illegal to bring firewood from more than 50 miles away into the Park.  This wood can harbor invasive bugs that put the forest at risk.  Please burn old rotten piles of firewood this year.  The old wood is a breeding ground for ants and other insects which usually end up in your neighbors place.

There is firewood available for $5 a bundle of 8 pieces, near the Shop, behind the Clubhouse. Please pay at the Office.


Remember the speed limit is 10 mph throughout the Park!  


Members who have concerns or problems in the Park are encouraged to complete a resident Concern Form.  All Information will be kept confidential and all forms must be signed, or they are will not be accepted  ~ Management.


 


PARK EMERGENCY GUIDELINES
The emergency procedure to follow in Pioneer Park is:

  1. You or someone else should call 911  and request assistance to Pioneer Park Site # (give number). Our street address is E10570 Fern Dell Road, Baraboo, WI (Our physical address)

    Call the Park phone,(608) 254-8162 - Day or Night.

    Give your site number and a brief statement of the type of emergency. The Office will assist by providing maps to responding emergency personnel, showing the best route to the site, opening the gate, and accompanying the responder to that site.
  2. You and anyone else in the area should provide whatever assistance you can until help arrives. The Park Defibrillator will be kept in the Office and will be available to anyone trained in the use of CPR and AED for emergency purposes only.