The GLP Director of Parks & Recreations responsible for the upkeep of the GLP green areas and recreation facilities such as tennis courts and playgrounds. Other responsibilities include trash removal/recycling, mutt mitts, and mosquito abatement. GLP recreational facilities, including the tennis courts, are for the exclusive use of GLP Association members and guests, and are not open to the public. Usage is monitored.
Residential Curbside Pickup
The GLP Association provides curbside residential trash and recycling pickup to all households every Monday morning. All material left at the curb should be placed in either garbage or recycling toters at the curb by 7:30am. All residential trash should be put into the rolling toters with lids that are available in three sizes from our trash contractor, CWPM. Contact the office if you have questions, 860-536-4736. For more information see the CWPM information sheet.
Organic Yard Waste
Limited organic yard waste is picked up along with the trash. Please place in garbage toters.
Recycling is “fully commingled” meaning that all plastic, metal, and cardboard may be set out in the same container. Please refer to the full list of recyclable items here.
Bulky Waste Pick Up
Bulk waste pickup days are scheduled each year. Homeowners may schedule their own bulk waste pick up by contacting our contractor, CWPM, at 860-447-1473.
The dumpster behind the Casino is for the exclusive use of the Point Spa, Yacht Club, and other Casino events. Green and blue “toters” are in this vicinity for the convenience of boaters. All others should use curbside pickup.
The courts are owned and maintained by the GLP Association. A tennis membership is required to use the courts during July and August. Memberships may be purchased online here or at the GLP Association office at 44 Beach Road between 9am and 3pm, Monday - Friday. Key tags are issued for each person covered by a tennis membership. For more information please see the Tennis Court FAQ sheet. Off season usage is restricted to GLPA Members (homeowners) and their guests.
Questions? Contact: Cal Crouch, Director of Parks & Recreation, at firstname.lastname@example.org