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Welcome
 
 
 
Welcome to Remington Bluffs, an undiscovered residential oasis.  The pictures you see, show the beauty of autumn, past and present, as it descends upon our unique community. 
 
Remington Bluffs is strategically situated near the big city, but is nestled in a classic rural community setting.  Large Townhomes, beautiful trees, super mountain views, great set-backs, impeccable landscaping, pristine open-space, private swimming pool, and tranquility. With all of this, when you visit with any of our neighbors you'll immediately realize, our greatest amenity is our residents.  Come visit, you'll fall in love with our community.
 
For any questions you might have regarding the opportunity to live in Reminton Bluffs, please go to 'Contact Us' and click on Property Manager.
 
~ Upcoming Meetings ~
The next Remington Bluffs BOD meeting will be Tuesday, July 28, 2015, at the Eastridge Recreation Center starting promptly at 5:30pm. The meeting will be in the Aspen/Vail room.
 
Homeowners are welcome to attend all BOD meetings.

~ Notices ~
Remington’s Annual Meeting was held January 27th.  Presentations included:
  • President’s report on the State of the Community
  • Financial report on the 2014 year end financials and the 2015 Budget
    2015 Budget Chart   2015 Reserves Report
  • AMC report on the roof project and the insurance claim
  • The financial and roofing reports will be posted on the web site by next week.
VERY IMPORTANT information was shared about the Community’s insurance coverage. 
Remington’s deductible in the case of a Wind & Hail claim is almost $20,000 for EACH Homeowner.  Your HO-6 policy can cover this.  The Association does not have the funds to do so. See the Insurance Article on the website for details. 
Your new Board is:
Dee Pierce – President    
Carol Rigato – Vice President
Dodie Simmons - Secretary    
Nano Younger – Treasurer
Russ Reynolds – At Large

~ HRCA Delegate Update ~
HRCA Delegate Update June 2015
 
Did you know Highlands Ranch has a Chamber of Commerce even though we are not an incorporated city? If you are interested in the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce, go to www.highlandsranchchamber.org
 
Visit the 2015 art objects in the Art Encounters exhibits in public areas around Douglas County. To see a map of the sculptures, go to www.douglas.co.us/artencounters/. And, thanks to our resident artist, Larry Perkins, for spearheading Art Encounters.
 
The Highlands Ranch Metro District update:
Emerald Ash Borer Traps - The Forestry staff coordinated with the U.S. department of Agriculture (USDA) in setting attractant traps to detect if the Emerald Ash Borer has moved from Boulder County into the Highlands Ranch area. The purple traps are placed in predetermined grids established by the USDA.
Highlands Ranch Park and Recreation Foundation - grant proposals were approved to fund lighting improvements at the Veterans Monument by the library and for equipment for a new Douglas County Sheriff bike patrol, which will be out in the community in parks and on trails.
Pickleball Courts - new Pickleball courts at Tanks Park will open Monday, June 29 at 4pm-6pm.
 
The Douglas County Sheriff Department has selected two sites for additional emergency cell communications. Neither site will be in the HRCA Back Country as originally proposed. The sites will be on an existing tower at C470 & Colorado Blvd and one in a new park in a Town Center development area.
 
The HRCA budget process will begin in August. The Board directives anticipate assessments will increase no more than CPI.
 
A new Encore Chorus for seniors will start rehearsals at Southridge in September and perform in December. If you are interested, go to www.hrcaonline.org for more information.
 
Mark Giebel of the Highlands Ranch Backcountry made a presentation about current activities.      The annual Elk banquet will be held in July. Hunters interested in elk licenses can register for the drawing online at www.hrcaonline.org . Birthday parties for kids, including with Belle & Buster the HRCA horses, can also be scheduled through HRCA.
 
Activities Calendar (go to www.hrcaonline.org for full details)
Jun 20             Classic Car Show, Cherry Hills Community Church, 10am-2pm, music, food
Jun 26             Culture on the Green - Boulder Brass, Civic Green Park, 6:30-8pm, free
Jun 27             BBQ 101 Class, Southridge Auditorium, 5:30-7:30pm, $15 advance, learn the                                basics from Whole Foods & Lone Tree Brewing Co
Jul 4                Fourth of July celebrations: 5K run/walk, parades, games, hay rides, face                                     painting, concerts, Fireman's Challenge, pet adoption fair, hot dog eating contest,              fireworks
Aug 29             Farm to Table Dinner, Backcountry, sponsored by Whole Foods and Davidson's                           Liquors, $100, benefit for Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs
 
Sue Leidolph, District 9

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~ Snow Removal ~

Remington Bluffs Community Snow Policy
 
Our contractor, Lawncare Solutions (LCS) clears the snow for us and a number of other Highlands Ranch HOAs.  They make the determination as to when our snow will be removed.  Our criteria for snow removal are:
   * Less than 2 inches, measured in my north-facing driveway => no shoveling.
   * Between 2 and 4 inches => LCS cleans all walks along the streets, and a path from the street to each home's    front door. (This also complies with a Douglas County statute requirement.)
   * Over 4 inches => LCS clears our walks and driveways completely.
   * Still snowing when LCS comes out? => it's a judgement call, to balance number of trips and degree of difficulty in removal.
   * Scheduling, we take our place in line and LCS clears us as soon as they can get to us.
We will posting snow removal updates for major storms as available on the website Message Board.
 
Douglas County Streets
County maintained roads are plowed based on prioritization criteria.
Priority 1 Arterial roadways are major roadways with high traffic volumes
Priority 2  Collector roadways/school bus routes
Priority 3  Local streets are plowed during every storm unless accumulations are minor and are expected to melt the following day
 
Owner Responsibility Vehicle Removal
Vehicles left parked during a winter storm make it difficult for snow plows to remove snow and ice.
Parked vehicles may be surrounded by a snow windrow which increases the potential for damage to these vehicles and to motorists driving around them.
 

 

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~ Trash/Recycle Collection ~
Alpine Waste and Recycling is our trash and recycle pickup provider. Remington Bluffs collection day is  MONDAY. Please have your trash out by 7am on Mondays. Your recycle collection day will also be Mondays and remain every other week. If you are looking at the Recycle calendar link below it will be the unshaded days.  To contact Alpine Waste directly call 303-744-9881.
 
2015 Recycle Calendar: Recycle weeks are "unshaded."

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