Trash cans should not be stored where visible from the street; per City of Centennial code. Our covenants also reference this in the “Nuisance” section where it restricts storage of items that would be unsightly or emit foul odors that might disturb surrounding neighbors.
City of Centennial code/ordinance:
Proper Storage of Refuse Containers
Garbage cans can be placed up to 24 hours in the public street, not on the sidewalk, to accommodate trash removal. Garbage cans must be stored in areas not visible from the street, and lids must be used to minimize odors and keep pests away.
How to address an issue:
- Send an email to the CRC (convenant review committee) and ask them to send an email or letter as a friendly reminder to the homeowner. Make sure to give them the address of home you reference. email: email@example.com
- Report it to the city. You can do this on the City of Centennial’s website.
- Speak to the homeowner yourself, politely referencing the city ordinance.
Our Board meetings are always open to all community members. The meetings usually cover event planning, community budget and concerns raised by our neighbors. Additionally, community leaders may stop by to update the Board on improvement projects, or other changes. Feel free to join us at the upcoming meeting. We encourage you to ask questions, offer suggestions or sign-up to volunteer. Our community thrives because of the time and effort put forth by our neighbors.
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month in the Community Room of the Metrum Community Credit Union. 6980 S Holly Circle, Centennial, CO 80112. Meetings begin at 7 pm.
As you are planning for your upcoming remodeling project, remember to get any exterior improvements pre-approved by the Covenant Review Committee. These projects may include repairs and replacement of roofs, fences, decking, siding, paint and windows. New construction projects such as additions, sheds, garages or solar panels need approval as well.
One of our Community Advisors (H460advisor@highlands460.org) will be happy to discuss your project with you. Let us answer your questions and resolve any concerns prior to the submission of your Improvement Request Form.
If you are interested in serving as a Community Advisor, please consider volunteering.
The annual meeting of the Highland 460 Civic Association is scheduled for Wednesday, February 7th at 7 p.m. We will gather in the meeting room of Metrum Credit Union at 6980 S. Holly Circle. Please plan to attend to allow the association to have a quorum present.
The City of Centennial will be street sweeping throughout the Highlands 460 on Monday, November 13, and Tuesday, November 14. Please keep parked cars off the street so they can get our curbsides cleaned.
Please join your neighbors on Saturday, August 19 for an evening of delicious BBQ, fun and entertainment! The festivities begin in Arapaho Park at 5:00pm at the intersection of Monroe and Adams/Otero. Best In The West BBQ “Where Smoking Is A Must” will be providing beef brisket, pulled pork, chicken breasts or brats with an assortment of side dishes. You’ll be allowed a choice of 2 meats and 2 sides. Hot dogs are available for the kiddos. We’ll also have balloon twisting and face painting for the kiddos.
Please RSVP via the H460 Picnic link to the left in Upcoming Events.
NOTE: If you have paid your voluntary 2017 H460 HOA dues of $40 the cost of this picnic is paid for. If you haven’t paid dues, you have the option of paying the $40 dues that evening, or $10.00 per person. You can pay by check or cash.
Garage sale: June 9 & 10
Large Item Pickup: June 17 (must have paid your dues to participate)
July 4th Parade: July 4th
Ice Cream Social: July 22
H460 Picnic: August 19 (must have paid your dues to participate)
Fall Cleanup: October 7
H460 Volunteer Appreciation Lunch: October 8
View events in the calendar
Remember that YOU MUST SUBMIT AN IMPROVEMENT REQUEST FORM AND OBTAIN APPROVAL from the Covenant Review Committee BEFORE signing any contracts, purchasing materials, or beginning any improvements. This applies even to replacement with materials previously approved. The Request form allows H460 volunteers to help you avoid costly mistakes and to help identify applicable covenants and even city or state restrictions. Your covenants require approval from the CRC; repairs/improvements not approved are violations subject to be rectified at the cost of the homeowner.
Improvement Request Form
Email the Covenant Review Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also remember that your Covenant Review Committee is not run by a paid management company but consists of neighborhood volunteers, so be courteous and patient.