If you need gift ideas for your mother, grandmother, or special someone then look no further! Bloom Bar will be in Sterling Ranch on Saturday, May 8 with Watson the flower truck. Make a personalized bouquet of fresh, local blooms to take home! Complimentary breakfast and coffee included with the purchase of a bouquet!
Common Area mowing and other weekly maintenance services delayed due to the weather will begin the week of April 26th.
Common Area irrigation system has been pressurized. Irrigation techs are making necessary repairs throughout the community prior to the system being turned on.
Asphalt and concrete warranty work continues in the community next week in the areas around Meeker St., Bennett St., Superior Circle and Arapahoe Peak. Please visit the Construction Updates page on the CAB website for specific addresses impacted.
PARK PLANNING WEBINAR
Join us for a night with the Sterling Ranch landscape architect and park planner for a discussion on park development and the park planning process in Sterling Ranch. Learn about the various stages of park planning and park development. We will briefly discuss park plans and installations currently underway in the community with a focus on future park opportunities. A follow-up survey will be available for all homeowners to allow for feedback for future Sterling Ranch parks.
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Do you have unwanted electronics taking up valuable space in your closets, basement, or garage?
At their April 13 Business Meeting, Douglas County Commissioners approved a contract with Techno Rescue to provide free, year-round electronics recycling services to county residents throughout 2021.
For more information including a list of items that can and cannot be recycled, Saturday drop-off dates, and opportunities to donate to Douglas County Search and Rescue and Community Safety Volunteers visit douglas.co.us/community-recycling or call Techno Rescue at 303-482-2207.
MAKE SURE YOUR PETS ARE ADJUSTING TO THEIR NEW NORMAL
Dogs and cats love routines. The lifestyle changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have lasted long enough that your pets have most likely become very accustomed to them. As we continue transitioning back into less restrictive work routines, we need to prepare our pets for this transition. The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends the seven steps outlined in the article below for helping your pet as your routines change.
If you have concerns about these transitions or your pets are showing signs of stress talk to your veterinarian about those concerns so that you and your pet can have the healthiest routines! Visit www.cecsmallanimal.com or call 303-791-4747 option 3".