WHAT'S HAPPENING IN STERLING RANCH
CAB WEBSITE FEATURE:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Buying a new home in a new community is a big accomplishment! Learning about the community can be tedious when getting settled. The new CAB website is full of Frequently Asked Questions where you can find the answers you are looking for. Frequently Asked Questions will appear on most of the pages you will navigate to, as well as in the Frequently Asked Questions Library – broken down by categories.

Still can’t find the answer you are looking for? Submit your feedback to info@sterlingranch.com, on the website www.sterlingranchcab.com, or contact us directly at the Resident Resource Center by calling 720-661-9694.

We can’t wait for you to see the new website! The official launch date is scheduled for the end of February!
LIFESTYLE EVENTS
RESCHEDULE DATE IS FINALLY HERE!
Join your neighbors for a comedy night with local comedian, Phil Palisoul! Head to The Overlook Clubhouse for the in-person show, or join us virtually from the comfort of your own home to watch Phil's 45-minute stand-up set.

Phil is a local Colorado comedian known internationally for his comedy shows on various cruise lines, his appearances on The Tonight Show and the Late Late Show, as well as various shows at comedy clubs.
YOGA VISION BOARD WORKSHOP
FEBRUARY 20
LANDSCAPE CLASS
FEBRUARY 23, 6:00PM
BLOOD DRIVE
MARCH 3, 10:00AM-2:00PM
SAVE THE DATE! COMMUNITY MEETING MARCH 31
Submit Your Questions!
The next bi-monthly Community Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 31 at 6:00pm. If you have questions for the CAB to be answered during the meeting, please submit them to Director of Community Engagement and Resident Support, Sue Santos at sue.santos@sterlingranchcab.com no later than Friday, February 26.
NON-COMMUNICATING WATER METERS
Residents receiving their monthly water bill will need to be aware of the new non-communicating meter fee of $25.00 for any home that does not communicate a reading through their copper lab device. This non- read is often caused by a device that is not connected to the internet due to a recent change made to the Wi-Fi setup, such as installing a new Wi-Fi router or changing your Wi-Fi password. The homeowner's responsibility is to update settings within the App that controls your Copper Lab device or to ensure an internet connection to the device. If you think that your device is offline, you can take these steps to restore the connection:

  • STEP ONE: Locate the Copper App on your smartphone (NOTE: if you don't have it loaded on your smartphone, go to Step 5 below and click the link for additional instructions) ​
  • Use the Assigned Lumiere-Home.net email address when logging into the App​
  • The authentication token PIN will be sent to the Lumiere-Home.net (retrieve in BlueMail app)​
  • Secondary members may be added to the Home, but the Lumiere-Home.net account is the key to this Dwelling/Premise.​
  • STEP TWO: Click the menu button in the top left-hand corner of the App.​
  • STEP THREE: Click the cog button next to your home address.​
  • STEP FOUR: Verify both of the "Copper" devices are online; if NOT, Click the "Reconnect to Wi-Fi" button.
  • Follow the steps within the App to reconnect your Copper devices to your Wi-Fi (if you are having trouble connecting, make sure you are connecting the Copper devices to a network with 2.4GHz capabilities)
  • Perform these steps for both Copper devices. Make sure they both have Wi-Fi connectivity.​
  • Be sure to complete the process from START to FINISH for BOTH Gateways. Do not exit before completion, or the process will fail.​
  • STEP FIVE: If this is unsuccessful, click here to use our full troubleshooting tree here (note: you will be able to submit a help ticket from within the troubleshooting tree)
 
Please follow steps 1-5. If you are unsuccessful, click on the above link to receive more information that may help you get your Copper Lab device back online. If you need additional help submitting a trouble ticket, or have questions regarding this fee please feel free to contact staff at 720-661-9694 or at info@sterlingranchcab.com,  for assistance.  
UPCOMING MEETINGS
OVERLOOK CLUBHOUSE
FITNESS CHALLENGE WINNERS!
Over the past 6 weeks, 26 fitness challengers completed workouts, shared tips and tricks, and held each other accountable to complete the New Year Fitness Challenge. Congratulations to all of the residents who participated to start 2021 off on a healthy note!

Congratulations to our winners of the challenge!
  • Top Female: Amy Mantelli
  • Top Male: Justin Mantelli
  • 2nd Place Overall: Mona Cody
  • 3rd Place Overall: Lauren Deyerling
NEW CLUB: FARKLE CLUB
Do you love to play games? Resident, Susan Vasquez, is looking for other game night lovers to join her in forming a Farkle Club! This game of dice and risk-taking is a fun group activity for all skill levels. The club will meet the second Monday of every month from 6:00-8:00pm in the Great Hall at the Overlook Clubhouse starting on March 8!

If you are interested in joining, please contact Susan Vasquez at jkvasquez4@gmail.com
Join Dr. Andrew Phelan and Dr. Casey Storjny at The Overlook Clubhouse every other Wednesday between 4:00-6:00pm to wind down and relax with community acupuncture. Dr. Phelan will place acupuncture needles in your forehead, hands, lower leg, and feet to allow you to manage stress and give you a calming environment to relax. Each session will last 20 minutes. No appointment is necessary! COVID social distancing and safety precautions will be in place to keep all individuals safe.

What to Bring:
  • Yoga mat, blanket, or towel
  • Pillow (optional)
  • Face covering
  • Comfortable clothes that are easy to move in

Cost: $25 per session (payments will be taken electronically via Square)
UPCOMING DATES:
FEBRUARY 24
MARCH 10
MARCH 24
TRY THIS LOCAL HIKING TRAIL!
Member Services Associate, Brenda Spratling loves to hike! Check out her recommendation for a local hiking trail nearby.
Looking for a great day hike close to home? I suggest the South Valley Park trail, part of JeffCo Open Space. It offers a variety of distance and difficulty level hikes - great for the whole family with wide open access to the Colorado sunshine and wonderful views of local Red Rock formations. The park has two different parking options, both with nice restroom facilities. The larger parking lot at the north end of the loop is off from South Valley Road and there is a newly paved parking lot with restroom facilities off Deer Creek Canyon Rd as well. The park is open to the public and does not require any county or state park pass. Happy Hiking!
Sterling Ranch Community Authority Board
Resident Resource Center
8220 Piney River Avenue | 720-661-9694