Heritage Hills Community Website:  www.heritagehillshoa.org

Heritage Hills Metro District Website: www.heritagehillsmetro.org
   The contest is for exterior decorations and judging will be done from outside the residence only.  Judging will be based on "curb appeal" as viewed from the street. 
   Participation is open to all residents of Heritage Hills and agree to have photos of their beautiful home published on the Heritage Hills website, the Heritage Hills Newsletter & the Heritage Hills Neighbors Facebook page.

Judging will be done from 6-8 pm 
on Thursday, December 15, 2016.

Please join your neighbors & light up Heritage Hills!
Friday, December 16th
6pm - 8pm
 Join your neighbors and kick off your holiday fun 
with winter horse drawn sleigh rides through the streets of Heritage Hills!
Stop by the Club House to visit Santa Claus!  

In the spirit of the holidays, your registration fee will 
be donated to Lone Tree's local charity, Tall Tales Ranch. 

*Pre-registration highly encouraged. For best choice of sleigh ride times, register as soon as possible. 
Register now: $5 per person or $10 per person day of the event charity donation.

The 2016 Boo Bash was a big success!

     Thank you to all the neighbors who participated! It was fun to see all the creative costumes! Everyone enjoyed the parade, led by one of our wonderful police vehicles--lights and all!
     Thank you to our two wonderful neighbors who participated in the Trunk-Or-Treat--the kids really enjoyed the festive "trunks", candy and the cute golden retriever - you've inspired more neighbors to participate next year! 
     The Pumpkin decorating and caramel apple booth were a big hit with kids big and small! 
     Congratulations to the winners of the costume contest!

 Thank you to all the volunteers who made this event possible 
for all our residents to enjoy!


Join the Social Committee
Want to be a part of the HH SOCIAL COMMITTEE or 
have an idea for community events? 
CLICK HERE  to contact the Social committee
at heritagehillssocialcommittee@gmail.com

29 homes represented in person 
52 homes represented by proxies 
55 addresses represented by  Celebrity (builder)  proxies
136 Total homes and addresses represented 
509 Homes not represented

Since there was not a quorum (215) at the Annual meeting we could not conduct business other than ratifying the 2017 Budget and we could not hold the election for the one opening on the Board of Directors.

Open discussion was held and some of the topics included:
When to contact the Community Manager
Community security 
Design review process
Door-to-Door Solicitation concerns
HOA Governing Documents and State regulations
Resident assistance
Social Events
Traffic control
Marla Roper appointed  to the HOA Board of Directors.

Steve Templeman  retires from the HOA Board of Directors after serving for over 10 years, effective 1/1/17.

One HOA Board position open for term 1/1/17 through the Nov 2017 HOA Annual meeting

2016-2017 HOA Board
Pam Ladnier
Marla Roper
Erika Stice
Darron Tucker
Open position
Metro Board - December 8, 2016 12:30pm @ Clubhouse
HOA Board - January 18, 2017 11:30am @ Clubhouse

HOA Board member-term 1/1/17-Nov 2017 Annual Meeting
Tennis Committee Members-1 year term
Community Standards Review Committee  Members -2017 Ad hoc committee
Design Review Committee Members-ongoing

If interested or need additional information, please contact
Q: Do residents have to clear snow away from fire hydrants?

A: In Denver Water's Engineering Standards there is  a section that designates  a 5' radius from the center of the fire hydrant in the easement. Within this radius there is to be no obstruction that could impair the ability of Denver Water staff or fire crews to access the hydrant. That means plants, snow or otherwise should be removed around the hydrant and should not be covering it. 

Q: Are there any covenants or standards that apply to holiday lights and decorations?

A:  Covenant-Section 3.7
Annoying Sounds, Odors and Lights. No sound or odor shall be emitted from any property within Heritage Hills that is noxious or unreasonably offensive to others. No lights shall be emitted from any Unit that are unreasonably bright or cause unreasonable glare. Exterior lighting shall either be indirect or of such controlled focus as not to unreasonably disturb owners within Heritage Hills. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, no exterior speakers, horns, whistles, bells, or other sound devices, other than security devices used exclusively for security purposes, shall be located or used on any property except with the prior written approval of the Design Review Committee.

Community Standard
All holiday decorations must be removed within thirty (30) days of that particular holiday.
  • Please do not use the open spaces and parks around the community as dog parks.
  • Golf cart rules apply all year:
    1. All carts must be registered within 30 days of obtaining the cart.
    2. Drivers must have a valid driver's license or driver's permit valid in the State of Colorado.
    3. The number of passengers shall not exceed the seating capacity of the cart, including the driver.

Click here for the entire Golf Cart Policy

  • Heritage Hills is a No Solicitation community, so tell any solicitors that you see or who come to your door that Heritage Hills is a registered No Solicitation community.
  • Our Community Manager's contact information is in the Directory-find her using  last name "Community Manager" 
  • Our Covenant Enforcement Inspector is in the Directory-find her using last name "Covenant Enforcement"
  • If you want to access the Directory on any device other than a desktop or laptop computer, you need to download the AtoZ app. Find the app here in the App Store or Google Play
  • Editing of your listing must be done on a desktop or laptop computer. If your last name shows as "Resident" it will stay that way until you change it.
  • If you have any problems with the software, such as technical questions you can email support@atozdirectories.com and they will be sure to respond
The January 2017 newsletter will be distributed the 2nd week of January.
If you would like to submit an article, ask a question or share information for the January newsletter, please submit to heritagehillshoacolorado@gmail.com no later than January 4, 2017.

Community Manager-Shannon Torgenson  (HOA & Metro District)


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As the holiday season quickly approaches we'd like to remind citizens to take some proactive steps in protecting themselves from "Porch Pirates", or thieves that steal packages and other mail parcels from the porches of unsuspecting residents. During this time of year, many people order packages on the internet that will be delivered when the purchaser is not home to receive them. Thieves know this and look for unreceived packages to steal, which is why we see an increase in mail/package theft this time of year. 

Please consider the following when purchasing items on-line this holiday season: 
* Don't leave your mail or parcels unattended-especially overnight. 
* Enlist the help of your neighbors. If you have a stay-at-home neighbor or friend, ask them to pick up packages you are expecting. 
* Consider an alternate shipping address. 
* Track and customize your delivery. Fedex, UPS, and The United States Postal Service all offer options to require a signature upon delivery, change the time and location of a delivery, or hold a package until you are able to receive it. (There is a fee associated with some of these services) 
* Install security cameras on your residence. Surveillance video and images help law enforcement catch mail thieves and bring them to justice, but most thieves know to stay away from homes with visible security cameras. 
* Report suspicious activity immediately. If you notice an unfamiliar vehicle following behind a delivery truck or unknown persons hovering around, report the activity to your local police department and the delivery service. 

If you believe you have become a victim of mail theft please call our non-emergency number at 303-660-7500, if you see a crime in progress dial 9-1-1.

December 2nd
6:30 pm
Annual Tree Lighting and holiday fun for your family at the Lone Tree Arts Center. 
Enjoy the lighting of the tree accompanied by sounds of the season. Everyone is sure to delight in the hot chocolate bar with toppings, plus hot cider and cookies. 
This free event is held prior to the performance of The Nutcracker Suite. 
Tickets for The Nutcracker Suite can be purchased at  www.lonetreeartscenter.org .

December 10th
Annual Holiday Party to celebrate and thank our Guild Members. 
If you have been interested in joining the Lone Tree Arts Center Guild, have questions about The Guild or would like to attend the Holiday Party, please call Tonya at 303-489-5533 or email Tonya at info@lonetreeartscenterguild.org.
I25I-25 Construction Update
"As CDOT continues reconstructing the I-25 and Arapahoe Road interchange, please keep in mind that all work is weather dependent and subject to change."
Traffic Impact:  Arapahoe
  • 6 p.m. - 5:30 a.m. each night/morning from Monday, Nov. 28 through Friday, Dec. 2 - Westbound right lane restrictions from Emporia Street to southbound I-25 on-ramp
  • 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 to 5:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2 - 
    Eastbound double left lane restrictions from Greenwood Plaza Boulevard to Clinton Street
    Watch for a new traffic pattern on eastbound Arapahoe Road on Friday morning.
  • 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 2 through 5:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 5 - Full weekend closure of southbound I-25 on-ramp from eastbound Arapahoe Road
"Remember to Slow Down.
Please follow the posted speed limits of 55 mph on I-25 and 40 mph on Arapahoe Road within the work zone. Avoid distractions, and watch for signage to guide you through the construction area."

Lone Tree Arts Center Guild-includes info on upcoming events

"December is a month of lights, snow and feasts; time to make amends and tie loose ends; finish off what you started and hope your wishes come true." -Unknown
Community Manager: CLA, Shannon Torgerson
Phone:  (303) 265-7816
Fax (303) 779-0348