The Colony,

Goldens Bridge on NPR

     The Goldens Bridge Community Association, Inc. commonly know as " The Colony " is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1935.  This will explain who we are, how we live and about the cooperative spirit and voluntary efforts that are the backbone of our community.

   The Colony consists of approximately 150 acres, 17 of which have been set aside to remain in a "forever wild " state for the enjoyment of our residents.

   The Association owns a number of deep wells, a chlorination plant and water distribution lines running along Branch St., Main St.,West Main St., Hall Ave. and Hillside Ave.

    Our recreational facilities include a lake which is open in the summer for swimming, boating and fishing, with lifeguards on duty during the summer season. A volleyball court is adjacent to the beach area where tournaments are held annually. A ballfield and handball court are available for use by the residents of the Colony. In addition, a social center, " The Barn, " is used by our residents for folk dancing, production of plays and other entertainment.  Each year during the labor day weekend the traditional " Banquet" is held featuring entertainment, food and drinks.

    We share our time, talents and our knowledge to help keep our community running smoothly.  We hope you will get involved as well by joining a committee.  We urge you to keep yourself informed by attending membership meetings. Read Road Four, our Association newsletter and most of all find a way to participate in community activities.  We sincerely hope that you will join with us in working to make living in the Goldens Bridge Community a pleasurable and rewarding experience. More...