Dear Stonefield Neighborhood,
Fall leaves are falling and another Stonefield Neighborhood summer is coming to a close. As we transition I am writing to share a few news and notes:
This Sunday, October 21st from 6 pm to 8 pm is an annual event entitled the Fall Frolic. The Fall Frolic is a neighborhood event created for the opportunity to informally socialize and meet new neighbors. The event is held outside in the circle of Windfield Way (three cut through paths with little traffic). Nametags, beer, wine, and water are provided (freewill donations accepted) and munchies and desert are a welcome addition if you so choose. A firepit and heater will assist attendees with staying warm. I hope to see you Sunday!
On Tuesday, October 23rd at 7 pm in the Elm Lawn Elementary cafeteria the Stonefield Neighborhood Association partnered with the Middleton-Cross Plains School District to hold an informational meeting regarding the upcoming school referendum starting. District representatives will be on hand to share enrollment trends, proposed solutions, and tax impacts as well as respond to our community’s questions. I will be out of town but please do not let that stop you from being an informed Stonefield member.
Trick-or-treating will take place from 5 pm to 8 pm on Wednesday, October 31st. Please watch out for our littlest neighbors when driving through the neighborhood.
Upcoming events are posted to our website homepage at www.stonefield.org as well as to the calendar of events at https://www.stonefield.org/
Crime Alert: Thefts in the Stonefield Neighborhood recently were on the rise. Please take measures to prevent crimes from happening to include: locking your vehicles even when they are in your driveway or in your garage, lock your house, including all garage access doors and the door leading from your garage to your house, and make sure your garage doors are closed when you are not nearby. If you see anything suspicious please call or text the policy at 608-824-7300 or leave a confidential message at 608-824-7304.
The Stonefield Neighborhood did not develop covenants and is not responsible for enforcement, however, the association does have a responsibility to maintain the standards that we agreed to when purchasing a home. While noncompliance is sometimes unintentional, neighbors need to be aware of and comply with their covenants. As the election date nears, it is timely to note that many covenants have a provision that states no signs of any type shall be displayed to public view on any lot with the exception of advertising a property for sale. Please check your covenants restrictions by visiting our website at https://www.stonefield.org/
Have a wonderful fall season! Stonefield is great in the Good Neighborhood City.