Next Recycling

                   August 18 & 19                September 2 & 3

Next Board Meeting
September  19
8 am

CPHA Conference Room

 

Design Review Committee

                     September 17

                            

                                

 

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Kids for Wildlife Day
Saturday, September 6, 3 - 4 pm
Where: CPHA Community Room

The Wildlife Committee is pulling out all the stops for kids to celebrate our local wildlife. Come see live raptors, snakes, spiders and lizards! Touch animal horns, hooves and fur. See birds' nests and learn about animal tracks. Also see videos and photos of our local wildlife, especially our animal babies. No reservation necessary and all ages are welcome. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Oktoberfest in the Village
saturday, September 13, 4 pm - 7 pm
Where: Coldwell Banker Castle Pines
Realty Office at 478 Happy Canyon Road (across from the fire station)
Residents are invited to enjoy authentic German music, beer and a buffet of German delicacies. Mike Buck and Steve Redmond of Coldwell Banker have again offered their gorgeous wrap-around deck and back lawn for this festive event. Emergency Services will be on hand to provide residents a ride home if requested.

Oktoberfest Fun Run: make room for the beer and apple strudel with a 5K fun run at 8:30 am, starting and ending at the Canyon Club All ages and running/walking levels are invited. No need to sign up, just come out and join us!

Whoo's For Dinner
Saturday, October 11, 3 - 5 pm

Where: CPHA Community Room
The Audobon Society of Greater Denver will be teaching all about owls. Kids will get to see live owls up close and have the opportunity to dissect their own owl pellets! Please note space is limited and reservations are necessary. Contact Gina Gerken at ginagerken@comcast.net or 720 -733-6200.

 

Help Stop the Spread of Weeds in the Village

A shorter, warmer winter and an early rainy season this summer has resulted in a proliferation of noxious weeds throughout our community. We would like to remind residents that they can hlep stop the spread of noxious weeds in the Village through the timely spraying of herbicide and mowing. If you have any questions about how to identify and control noxious weeds, contact the Douglas County Weed Control office at 303-660-7476, your local landscape professional, or one of the CPHA Landscape Technicians here at the CPHA office. 

 

Upcoming Activities and Events in the Village and Important Notices

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School Bus Stops in the Village
It's back to school time and we just want to remind all residents to please be courteous to your neighbors that have had to become hosts, or neighbors to, a school bus stop. Please do not park your vehicle on a resident's property, be mindful of excessive noise early in the morning, and remind your children to please not litter in these areas. State law requires a driver to stop upon meeting or overtaking, from either direction, any school bus that is stopped with its signal lights flashing. ES officers will be monitoring the school bus routes. Emergency Services officers and school bus drivers will contact the Douglas County Sheriff's Office to report a violation so that a citation can be issued. Thank you for your cooperation in being a good neighbor and a safe citizen of our community.

 

Trail Work in the Village

One of the responsibilities of the Parks and Recreation Committee is to oversee the development and maintenance of the community trail system. Their long range plan envisions a system that rings the entire Village, with the final phases being the creation of trails in the southeast corner near the Village Lake Fitness Center. They are currently working to complete the next phase of the system, which will link the crushed asphalt trail near the Country Club with the paved asphalt trail near The Summit Club. However, in conjunction with input from the Board of Directors, they have authorized paving of the current crushed asphalt trail inside of Gate 3. This section, which runs along Castle Pines Drive North, has been the topic of numerous discussions given potential safety concerns regarding bicyclists and auto traffic. Look for work to begin shortly on both of these trail segments.

 

Register Today for Emergency Notification From the Douglas County Sheriff Office                                                    If you and your family are not registered for CODERED Emergency Notifications please visit www.DouglasCountyCODERED.com and sign up today!
CPHA has its own Emergency Notification System, called Reverse 911. The Chief of ES will utilize the Reverse 911 program to send an important message pertaining to the Village or in the event of an area emergency. Click HERE to get a sign up form or call ES to learn more at 303-688-6447.

 

Additional Notices
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>Village Events for 2014

> Moving Van/Truck Request Form

>Gate Staffing Hours

>Vacation Check Request

>Parking Requests for Special Events, Construction & Contractor Activities.

>Transponders & Gate Access.

>New Residents - You are Invited to a Welcome Reception!

>Lost & Found

>Dogs Off Leash

>Vacation Tips from Emergency Services

>Batteries for your Transponder

>Real Estate Review

 

   

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