The SBHA works to represent the Sheridan Beach community’s interests in a variety of ways including by working to enforce zoning codes, working with our Councilman (Bryant Dabney),
Mayor Parry, the Plan Commission and the Parks Department on issues effecting Sheridan Beach, working closely with the Michigan City Police Department to assure that the beach community is properly served and protected, sharing information and providing updates and the opportunity to be heard with respect to the city’s lakefront development plans and generally working to protect the interests of the residents of Sheridan Beach. The SBHA meets in person three times each summer at the “circle” in Beachwalk and holds at least one virtual meeting in the off season. We also hold a summer neighborhood party at Colfax & Georgia to bring everyone together for hot dogs, ice cream and old fashioned neighborly fun!
In addition, the SBHA hires off-duty Michigan City police officers to provide extra security to the entirety of Sheridan Beach. They patrol the beach and the Sheridan Beach neighborhood streets (including the streets of Beachwalk, Dunescape and the beachfront) during off-hours and every summer weekend (both in the daytime and late-evening/early morning). Our patrols begin Memorial Day and run through the Labor Day long weekend. If a “big” holiday falls during the week, we schedule patrols to cover these days as well.
In order to continue to provide these services, it’s important for residents of Sheridan Beach to support the SBHA. Membership dues are SBHA’s sole funding source and are normally $125 per household. In light of the extraordinary circumstances, 2020 dues were temporarily reduced to $75.
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