The natural systems of the Village and its planning area serve, more than any other attribute, to define the character of the countryside. Residents and visitors alike become enamored with the sweeping valley vistas, the profusion of wildflowers, and the certainty of seeing mammals and a multitude of birds, the heavy woodlands bordering narrow and twisting roads. A desire to protect the richness of this landscape has been the primary reason behind the long established desire by area residents to maintain significant parcels of open space, as well as low density and low impact land uses.
Coming Soon: The Bull Valley Dog Park: Charter Membership Drive.
The Village of Bull Valley is pleased to announce that construction has begun on its off-leash dog park at the corner of Country Club and Bull Valley Roads. Under a cooperative agreement between the City of Woodstock and the Village, both Woodstock and Bull Valley residents within municipal limits, will be entitled to purchase permits at the same resident rates. The seven acre park is anticipated to open on a trial basis late this fall, when construction is complete.
CHARTER MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE: A limited number of fifty Charter Memberships will be available to Bull Valley and Woodstock residents only. Charter Memberships will cost $500.00 and entitle the holder to a ten year permit for up to two dogs, with an additional fee for additional dogs prorated throughout the term of the membership. Charter Members will be listed in the grand opening program and on an honorary plaque in the Information Kiosk. Download the forms and more information...
Fellow Bull Valley citizens and neighbors,
The new Board of Trustees that you elected in April 2011 are now into our third year in office, and I hope you are pleased with our progress.