HERITAGE HILLS
          FEBRUARY 2017 
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            NEWSLETTER
DRIVERS: PLEASE OBEY 
SPEED LIMIT AND TRAFFIC SIGNS!
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Heritage Hills Community Website:  www.heritagehillshoa.org

Heritage Hills Metro District Website: www.heritagehillsmetro.org
MEETINGS
FEBRUARY MEETINGS
Metro Board - February 9, 2017, 12:30pm @ Clubhouse

HOA  Board - February 16, 2017, 11:30am @ Clubhouse

Douglas County School Board - February 21, 2017, 6pm @  DCSD Admin Building - Board Room 3rd Floor, 620 Wilcox St., Castle Rock 80104.  After Friday, February 17,  click here  to see meeting agenda. Public comment sign-up available until 3pm the day of the meeting. 
hoadues HERITAGE HILLS DUES WERE DUE JAN 31 
The Billing Statements for the $150/unit Annual Heritage Hills HOA Fees were mailed out to owners in January and were due January 31, 2017. 

Please direct questions to our Community Manager, shannon.torgerson@claconnect.com
Social
SOCIAL UPDATES
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

volunteer
YOUR HOA NEEDS YOU!
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Openings that need to be filled:
    HOA Board member -term ends Nov 2017
    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 heritagehillshoacolorado@gmail.com
Do not park vehicles on the street overnight.

If it snows, please move vehicles off the street so the snow plows can clear the streets.

PRIVATE PROPERTY
Some Heritage Hills residents are finding other residents and non-residents are using their yards as short-cuts through the neighborhood. We ask that all residents and their children refrain from doing so. Trespassing may be reported to the Lone Tree Police Department at the non-emergency phone number: 303-799-0533.

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DIRECTORY DIRECTORY UPDATE
  • Print and pdf versions of the Directory will be discussed at the Feb 16 HOA Board meeting.
  • As of January 24, 63 Directory listing last names were "Resident", "Resident 1" or "Resident 2". Unless changed by the resident that is the name that will appear in the print and pdf versions of the Directory.
  • Editing of your listing must be done on a desktop or laptop computer. 
  • Directory has been expanded to include: 
    • Services offered by residents (N2N Services) Note: service provider must be in the Directory and have a username.
    • Vendor Referrals - Note: Only Directory participants may add referrals.  
    • Access to N2N Services and Vendor Referrals is only available when logged in on a desktop or laptop computer. Access using a mobile device should be available this summer or fall.
  • To add to the Services and Sponsors section of the Directory website:
    1. click on the Services and Sponsors tab 
    2. click on the "Add New Vendor Referral" or "Add New N2N Service" tab 
    3. fill in the New Record online form.
Please note: 
  • N2N service providers must be in the Directory and have a username-required field in the New N2N Record form.
  • Only Directory participants may add referrals.
  • All additions must be approved by the Administrator before they are visible to other Directory members. The Administrator reviews addition requests weekly. 
  • To quickly find your own listing after you have logged in on a desktop or laptop computer click on the My Household tab near the top of the Directory webpage.
  • To quickly find your own listing using the HOA app from the menu screen click on Neighbors list and type in your last name or click on Dwellings List and type in your address.
  • If you want to access the Directory on any device other than a desktop or laptop computer, you need to download the AtoZ app for Homeowners Associations. Find the HOA app here in the App Store or the Neighborhood app at Google Play 

COYOTES WATCH OUT FOR COYOTES
Excerpt from Lone Tree Voice Posted  Tuesday,  January 10, 2017

In a news release, Jennifer Churchill, spokeswoman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, said coyotes can become more aggressive in the months of January and February.

"As coyotes pair up to breed, they may be more territorial than usual and defend their space as they carve out a place to have their young," Churchill said. "Citizens are well-advised to be aware of their presence and the potential for conflicts with humans in metro and rural areas."

"Though they tend to be bolder and more protective during this time of year, coyotes are timid by nature and residents who come in contact with them are encouraged to haze and frighten the animals to drive them away. Any contact with a coyote should immediately be reported to parks and wildlife."
Contributor
BE a NEWSLETTER CONTRIBUTOR
Have some information or news you would
like to  share with the community? 
Please submit articles or questions for a newsletter to heritagehillshoacolorado@gmail.com by the 15th of the month. 

Community Manager-Shannon Torgenson  (HOA & Metro District)



 


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Community Manager: CLA, Shannon Torgerson
Phone:  (303) 265-7816
Fax (303) 779-0348