Nature/Bird Hikes in July
The CPHA Wildlife Committee is pleased to present 4 upcoming nature/bird hikes in our community. All hikes will be led by Master Birders from the Audubon Society of Greater Denver. Hike dates are: Saturday, July 26. Reservations are necessary as space is limited. All ages are welcome. Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Gina Gerken, email@example.com or 720-733-6200.
CPV Kids Triathlon - Clinics & Event
Looking for something fun for your children to do this summer? Sign them up for the three part triathlon clinic followed by a kids triathlon with instructors, Wendy Ingraham (ex-pro triathlete) and Rich Kline (triathlon coach.) All ages are welcome and parents may join in too! The clinics will provide your child with all the information and training tools they need to know about swimming, biking, running, nutrition and getting ready for a triathlon event. Dates of the clinic are July 17, July 24, July 31, 5:30 pm at the Canyon Club. The triathlon will be held on Saturday, August 2, 8:00 am, Canyon Club. For more information and to register contact Wendy Ingraham at 310.844.2627 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CPV Tennis Teams Enter State Playoffs
Four Village teams have either competed in State playoffs or will be competing in the weeks ahead. Three teams had an undefeated season! All team captains and team members are congratulated for attaining their league titles.
Upcoming Activities and Events in the Village and Important Notices
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Metro District to Spray and Mow Weeds on Right of Ways and Open Space Areas
The Metro District has contracted out a “native mow” for the right of ways and select open space areas throughout the Village. This is scheduled for Monday, July 14th. Click HERE to see a map outlining the areas that will be mowed.
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.
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!