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myBlue Police Trading Card Program
Bayside Police Department announces a community connection program called "myBlue Trading Cards". Part of the myBlue initiative, the program promotes long lasting and positive relationships between Bays...
Learn more about recycling in Bayside.
Need to request a special pick-up or extra recycling container? Maybe you want to report a hazardous tree or pothole... Access Bayside brings requesting and reporting to your fingertips and even has convenient iPhone and Android mobile applications.&n...
These items include ink cartridges, light bulbs, cell phones, electronics (TVs accepted for a $40 fee), eyeglasses and sunglasses, plastic bags, and textiles.
Unused and expired prescription medications can be disposed of in the Police Department lobby 24/7. Sharps and biohazardous materials are not accepted.
The Village's sled hill, referred to as Mount Bayside, is located next to Village Hall at 9075 N Regent Road. Parking for the sled hill is located off of Fairy Chasm Road in the lot to the west of the sled hill. Overflow parking is available in the lot to...
myBlue is the tailored delivery of non-urgent advice, resources, and individualized police services to eight neighborhoods within Bayside. myBlue will:
The 2019 Garbage-Recycling Schedule is now available. View the garbage and recycling page for collection information, guidelines, and recyclable materials.
You can now submit a request for parking permission or a vacation check through the Village's online service request tracker and Access Bayside mobile app. As municipal code does not allow parking on Village streets, a parking permission request is routed...
Please visit our coyote webpage for information on living with coyotes.
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The Guide discusses the scope of the problem, cycle of addiction, prescription drugs, prevention, action, legal issues, Narcan, and resources and service.