Other than the lights blinking on and off several times BPBA did not lose power.
However, there are a lot of tree limbs down and snapped branches hanging from trees. Also, some homes are missing roof shingles.
I suggest that everyone inspect there property as soon as possible if you haven’t already.
Tom Sheehan
Association Manager

Poison ivy in the clubhouse playground area will be treated this Wednesday after 11:30am

Poison ivy in the clubhouse playground area will be treated this Wednesday after 11:30am.

Tick Spraying on the Clubhouse grounds Weds. June 21

The tick spraying on the Clubhouse grounds was done on Weds. June 21, 2017

Kayak Racks

Due to the extreme amount of rain the kayak racks in the backwaters are not accessible . You’ll loose your foot ware in the muck.
The boat beach sea wall project is running behind schedule also due to rain.
We will get the racks into position as soon as we can.
Thank you for your understanding.
Tom Sheehan
Association Manager.

Job Posting – Beach Patrol Position

Beach Patrol Position


  • High School Graduate
  • Must be 18 years of Age
  • Non-Smoker
  • Resident of the Black Point Beach Association

This is a seasonal, summer hourly position consisting of a 6-Day Work Week, 5 hours per day, weather permitting. Must be able to work every weekend, with one day off during the week. Work Hours are 11:00AM to 4:30PM. Hourly wage is $10.10 per hour.

Work Scope: Monitor and enforce all the rules and regulations of the Black Point Beach Association, as they pertain to the Beaches, Parking Areas, Clubhouse, Boat Docks and Boat Ramps.

Interested individuals who meet the above requirements should call Tom Sheehan, Association Manager at 1-860-917-1573 or email at no later than May 15th, 2017.

Please call between the hours of 9:00AM and 6:00PM.

Coyote Sightings

The Association Manager would like to advise  members that there have been 2 sightings of Coyotes in the last 2 days within Black Point Beach Club Association.  Please pay attention to your small animals and keep them in after dusk.



Saturday July 18, 2015 Annual Bonfire on Main Beach

Saturday July 18th, 2015 is our annual bonfire on Main Beach.  “Spin Enterprises” returns this year to provide music from 7:30Pm to 10:30Pm.  This is a rain or shine event.  Bring your snacks and beverages of choice, and enjoy the town of East Lyme’s sponsored fireworks, which will start at 9:00Pm.  Please remember to bring your trash home with you!  Last year’s Bonfire was a huge success with well over 300 people on Main Beach.