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To contact the Association by email: blindsodusbayassociation@gmail.com

To find out more about the Blind Sodus Bay Community please visit the Blind Sodus Bay Facebook group.(click icon)

  • Blind Sodus Bay Water District
    July 21, 2021 — from the Town Supervisor Lynn Chatfield, Wolcott Town Supervisor asked that we post the following:Residents of Blind Sodus Bay Water Project Meeting will be held August 3 at 6:00 PM at the Red Creek Conservation Club, 6924 Waters Rd, Red Creek. If you are a resident and would like to become part ofthe… Continue reading Blind Sodus Bay Water District
  • July 4th Events 2021
    June 30, 2021 — Blind Sodus Bay July 4th Events: — Boat Parade on Blind Sodus Bay will be held on Sunday at 11:00 AM. Please join us in your watercraft and display your BEST Independence Day decorations !  — Ring of Fire on Blinds Sodus Bay will be held in the evening on Sunday July… Continue reading July 4th Events 2021
  • Channel Open
    The Association announces the Channel is OPEN. As always, please use with CAUTION. The water depth on approach from both the Bay and the Lake is low. Please avoid the obstructions (trees) in the Bay side waterway and also note that the South side of the inlet still has a large rocky shoal and the… Continue reading Channel Open

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Blind Sodus Bay Water District

July 21, 2021 — from the Town Supervisor

Lynn Chatfield, Wolcott Town Supervisor asked that we post the following:
Residents of Blind Sodus Bay Water Project Meeting will be held August 3 at 6:00 PM at the Red Creek Conservation Club, 6924 Waters Rd, Red Creek. 
If you are a resident and would like to become part ofthe County Water system you must sign a petition requesting to be added. Information about the Water Project and associated costs will be discussed at the meeting.  
The funds have been approved but the Town needs 51% or more participants in order to receive the funding and move forward with the project. The petition to participate will be available at the meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact Lynn Chatfield, Wolcott Town Supervisor. 

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July 4th Events 2021

June 30, 2021 — Blind Sodus Bay July 4th Events:

Boat Parade on Blind Sodus Bay will be held on Sunday at 11:00 AM. Please join us in your watercraft and display your BEST Independence Day decorations ! 

Ring of Fire on Blinds Sodus Bay will be held in the evening on Sunday July 4.  Suggest starting about 9:00-9:15pm, or watch your neighbors and create a ‘wave’.

The Association has purchased a number of flares that are available for free for paid BSBIA members. Please limit 3 flares per household. They can be picked up anytime from 9AM – 7 PM  starting today (Wednesday June 30) at 9407 Ingersoll Drive until they’re gone.
Thank you all and have a great holiday.

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Channel Open

The Association announces the Channel is OPEN. As always, please use with CAUTION. The water depth on approach from both the Bay and the Lake is low.

Please avoid the obstructions (trees) in the Bay side waterway and also note that the South side of the inlet still has a large rocky shoal and the North side barrier bar has been pushed inward substantially and narrowed the passageway.

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Aquatic Vegetation Control (Weeds)

June 25, 2021 — You may have seen the weed machine working in Fair Haven Bay, that is Cayuga County. Wayne County has started weed removal in Sodus Bay and has planned for Port Bay in the coming weeks. What about Blind Sodus?

President Mike Borrelli heard from Wayne County Soil and Water yesterday that they are evaluating the weed situation in Blind Sodus Bay but also need to secure access for the machine from the new owners of Holiday Harbor. More updates to come.

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Barrier Repair

The image to the left is the preferred design for repair of the Blind Sodus Bay barrier as documented in the preliminary engineering report. As reported at the 2021 Annual Meeting, more detailed engineering is proceeding for this concept. You can view the complete March, 2020 preliminary engineering report at the Wayne County Soil and Water District website: https://waynecountynysoilandwater.org/lake-ontario-redi-projects/

At the 2021 Annual Meeting, a letter describing the latest project status, from the Wayne County Soil and Water District Project Manager was handed out for attendees. The letter is attached here for future reference.

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