here for the Watershed
Community Vision Workshop
in Coral Bay
29 to 31, 2013
May 29th, 5:30 social, 6:00 start—sharp!
What do you want for Coral Bay’s Future?
Bay Basketball Court (Rain: Guy H. Benjamin School, Rm. 6)
May 31st, 7 to 9 pm:
AIA Team Draft Vision Plan: Coral Bay’s Future
part of the planning activities within the Coral Bay Watershed
Management Project: Phase 2, the Coral Bay Community Council obtained
a Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) grant from the American
Institute of Architects (AIA). This grant is bringing a group
of experts to St. John from May 29-31 to work with residents,
public officials & community leaders, to create a vision for
Coral Bay, addressing issues such as appropriate development and
infrastructure while protecting the natural environment and enhancing
our overall quality of life for many years to come.
information on the Workshop: Click here
for Flyer, Click here for AIA
Description & Team Member backgrounds.
Bay is one of 7 communities chosen nationwide to participate in
the 2013 AIA program: http://www.aia.org/about/initiatives/AIAS075425
All Coral Bay Residents and property owners are encouraged to
fill out this preliminary community vision survey by May 27th:
The purpose of the survey is to gather the range of people’s
concerns and values, to aid in focusing the Workshop. It will
only take 10 minutes of your time. Do it!
-- For People who Love Coral Bay
here for CBCC's 2012 Annual Newsletter -- See our many activities!
CBCC has raised $6,000
in two months in new fundraising initiative - to reach $27,000 before
October! Read more here.
here for the VI Noise Reduction Law.
The VI Police encourage you to call 911 with noise complaints, while
they are happening.
Office in operation:
The Coral Bay Community Council office is at the Town and Country Building
at 8-1 Estate Emmaus, across from the Coral Bay Firestation. CBCC RECENTLY
RELOCATED to the main floor (in the old K2 Video location). Patricia (Tricia)
Reed, CBCC's Environmental Programs Manager is generally there from from
9-5 weekdays, unless out in the field. Please drop by or call for an appointment
with her or the Executive Director/President, Sharon Coldren. We have
an information library with many resources. The phone number is 340-776-2099.
Membership applications can
be printed off of the web site by
clicking here or picked up and dropped off at Connections East, which
is also the CBCC's mailing address.