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Updated Website – City of Centennial

The City of Centennial provides a number of resources to us, the residents.  The website has been recently updated and seems to be very user friendly.  This is a great resource for applying for permits for remodels, repairs and fence projects; applying for a passport,...
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South Suburban Recreation Complex

Big changes are in store for County Line Road as South Suburban has broken ground on the new Recreation Complex.  Access to the facility, projected to open late 2020, is slated for County Line Road and Boatworks Drive.  Here is a link to information on the project,...
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The Streets at SouthGlenn

Judging by the number of comments and questions on NextDoor about the possible new development at The Streets of SouthGlenn, there are a lot of neighbors concerned and/or excited about the ideas.  The City of Centennial provides additional information about the...
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Junior Volunteer Opportunity

Community is what turns a street full of houses into a neighborhood. We’d love to offer our juniors the opportunity contribute and take pride in their work. Seeking ages 7-16 to help with volunteer work, groundskeeping, event setup, etc. If you know a youth that would...
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NextDoor

The H460 on Nextdoor If you have not already heard about Nextdoor, it is a social communication service that helps bring neighbors together. It works differently than most social platforms because it limits communication and information sharing to your community and...
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Is It a Code Violation?

If you have questions about what is a code violation or how to report it, here are some great resources provided by the City of Centennial.   City of Centennial Code Compliance Brochure:...
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H460 Neighborhood Playgroup

The playgroup is a collaborative group where all members communicate and make suggestions for event on a private Facebook page.  If you are interested in joining the Highlands 460 Playgroup, email your information to H460News@highlands460.org.  Your email will be...
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The H460 Needs You!

Are you interested in becoming involved in your neighborhood?  The H460 Civic Association would love to have some additional volunteers.  There are many tasks where we need help, especially volunteers for events (day-of support) and the Covenant Review Committee...
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H460 Residents Email Database

If you have not been receiving emails from the Board, then the Board doesn't have your email address in the neighborhood database.  If this is the case, please send your email  information along with your name, phone number and address for reference to...
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Now Available – Online Dues Payment

You can now pay dues online.  Select Pay Dues from the drop down menu options.  Scroll and select your address.  Once address is in, you will be taken to a secure page for credit card entry.  That's it! Our $40 annual voluntary dues help to fund neighborhood...
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Upcoming Events

Area Halloween Activities

Looking for a fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween?  Here are some ideas for mostly kid-friendly activities: corn mazes, pumpkin patches, trunk or treat, and more  halloween-activities-...
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Monday Night Food Trucks

A big THANK YOU to the folks that brought us the Food Truck Nights this summer!  What a fun way to enjoy the evenings, the company of our neighbors and some new dinner options.  We welcome your feedback on this new activity at board@h460.org ********************** We...
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2019 Highlands 460 Events

Highlands 460 Upcoming Events: Neighborhood Garage Sale: Friday, May 31st and Saturday, June 1st; Sign up by May 15th by contacting Rob Mancey at robmancey@gmail.com or 303-902-7525 Large Item Pickup: Saturday, June 8th - you must have paid your annual dues to...
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Fall Clean Up October 5th

Please join friends and neighbors for about an hour while we clean up the main arteries of our neighborhood for the ninth annual Fall Clean Up. We will meet at 8 am Saturday, October 5, at the southwest corner of Adams and Monroe by Arapaho Park and will pick up trash...
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Monthly Board Meetings

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...
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