Newsletter - END OF SUMMER - 2023


  • 2023 Hunts Point Clean Up Day
  • Points 4th of July: Thank You!
  • Project Postponed: Hunts Point Lane Culvert Replacement
  • See Something, Say Something: Report Suspicious Activity
  • Keep Storm Drains Clear
  • USPS Informed Delivery

2023 Hunts Point Clean Up Day Was a Success!

We wanted to take a moment to express our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you who joined us for the Hunts Point Clean Up Day in May. It was great to bring this annual community event back to life and we had a strong turnout!


We kicked off the day with breakfast and heard from Julia Kast from the Department of Natural Resources who awarded us with the Tree City certification for the 32nd year running. That's a great achievement for the Town! Additionally, Bruce Jones who heads the commission for the Wetherill Nature Preserve, provided an update on projects and plans for the Preserve. We also had Mayor Joe Sabey sharing his appreciation for reviving Clean Up Day and bringing the community together. 


As part of this annual event, the Town always plants a tree. This year, we planted a Hanoki Cypress tree in the park adjacent to the tennis courts. In addition to all the weeding, pruning, and raking, residents enjoyed a catered BBQ lunch as well as a bouncy house, games, and face painting. The most incredible part of the day was the opportunity to connect with our fantastic neighbors! Meeting new faces, catching up with old friends, and forging bonds within our community reminded us why we love calling this place home.


Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who made Clean Up Day a success. Your enthusiasm and dedication are what make our community shine brighter than ever! We sincerely appreciate all the donations made towards this cause. The plan is to keep this annual event going, so you'll be hearing more about Clean Up Day next Spring! 

--- Your Hunts Point Clean Up Day Committee

Points 4th of July: Thank You!

We want to thank the community for coming out and making this 4th of July celebration one of the largest to date. We saw incredible turnouts for all the events, especially the 4th Parade and Picnic which was attended by over 2500! 

The financial investment from our community was truly outstanding. We raised over $30,000! This is hugely beneficial for the sustainability of the event, as our expenses exceeded $26,000. These expenses include vendors, food, beer, equipment rentals, DJs, brass band, as well as permitting, printing, insurance, EMT services and more. 

Fireworks are still on many of our minds and not out of the question, but it will take a special team effort to bring them back. The short explanation is that they have become prohibitively expensive. The fireworks alone are estimated at $20,000 and another $20,000 for barge rental. However, we are not giving up! Fireworks might be possible with early planning and financial support. To serve the cause and discuss the sustainability of fireworks, we will be forming a Points 4th of July Fireworks Committee. If you feel strongly about bringing fireworks back to our celebration and want to help, I encourage you to join this committee by emailing us at:


It is our pleasure to serve the community and carry on this tradition year after year. We thank all of our supporters for your generosity and commitment to our neighborhood!

Kate Scher & Samantha Vanover, co-chairs of the Points 4th Celebration

Hunts Pt Ln Culvert Replacement Project: Postponed to Summer 2024

The Hunts Point Lane Culvert Replacement Project has officially been postponed to summer 2024. Due to unforeseen delays and despite our best efforts, the Town has no option but to postpone the project to summer 2024. More information, plans and future project updates can be found on the Town's website.

See Something, Say Something

If you see something you think looks suspicious, call 9-1-1. The Medina Police Department encourages citizens to always report suspicious activity by calling 9-1-1.  The phone operators are well-trained to quickly assess any situation and take appropriate action. Calling 9-1-1 versus the Medina Police Department general line will enable police to respond and take necessary action faster. When calling, be as descriptive as possible. Remember, suspicious behavior or activity does not always indicate ill intent or crime, but your observations can make a difference by helping to deter, prevent, or respond to crime.

Help Keep Storm Drains Clear

Help prevent flooding and pooling during rain storms! If you have a storm drain or catch basin near your home, please be sure to monitor and use a rake or pitchfork to clear leaves, limbs, and debris from the area. Place leaves in your yard waste bin for easy removal and recycling. If your storm drain or catch basin becomes clogged, contact the Town as soon as possible.

USPS Informed Delivery

If you are out of town or want to know when your mail arrives when you are not home, USPS offers Informed Delivery. Informed Delivery is a free service from USPS that shows you preview images of incoming mail, as well as status updates about your incoming and outbound packages. To sign up for this service, visit

PARKING: Residential parking is allowed along town right-of-way between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Commercial parking is allowed along town right-of-way immediately in front of the serviced residence between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and between 9.00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Saturday. 

CONSTRUCTION: activities causing noise exceeding 55 decibels are permitted only during the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday and from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. No construction is allowed on Sundays or federal holidays.

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