2013 Event Dates
April 27th - Roadside Cleanup
May 4th - Progressive Dinner
December 3rd - Annual Meeting and Dinner
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In the mid to late '50s a group of concerned members of the community began to meet over land use concerns in the area which became the Countryside Improvement Association " better known as the "CIA"! The Association was very concerned about protecting and preserving the environmental character of the "Bull Valley Community." Realizing that Bull Valley was in the direct path of a gigantic land squeeze as urbanization crept closer from Chicago and Milwaukee, the "CIA" set forth to manage the land use in the area. By the mid-'70s it became clear that a larger and more formal organization was needed to protect the land use in the area.
With the Village taking over the role of regulating land use, the Bull Valley Association was formed to continue the original purpose of the "CIA" the three main tenants remain the same today:
1. To maintain, improve and conserve the environmental character, appearance and conditions of the area commonly known as "Bull Valley."
2. To maintain, improve and conserve the social and cultural aspects of the area.
3. To maintain and improve the communication among the residents, property owners and others interested in the area regarding matters of common interest.
The Bull Valley Association carries on with the original purpose of the "CIA" through the Community Affairs Committee. The duties of this committee include investigating evidence of proposed zoning changes, development activities, planning and all other activities or proposed activities which pertain to the area that would affect the basic character of the area, and making reports and recommendations to the Board and its members.