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Large Item Pick Up June 8, 2019

This is the yearly opportunity to have large trash items hauled away that normally would be charged special fees if left curbside during the year.  The ability to have large items hauled away from your curb is worth far more than the yearly $40 H460 Association dues!...
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Dog Park Closing May 15th

South Suburban to close Bark Park at David A. Lorenz Regional Park Apr 29 2019 South Suburban will close its Bark Park at David A. Lorenz Regional Park (DALRP)  8422 S. Colorado Blvd, Centennial CO, 80126 on Wednesday, May 15.  The unexpected closure is due to a...
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South Suburban Fun for the Family

Saturday, May 4th, you can bring the kids out to the South Suburban Family Sports Dome parking lot to explore trucks and tractors at the Touch A Truck event.  The event runs from 9 am - noon, rain or shine. 6959 S. Peoria St. Centennial, CO 80112 Saturday, May 11th is...
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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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What is the City’s policy on sidewalk snow removal?

The City does not have an ordinance requiring snow to be removed from sidewalks. The City does not maintain public sidewalks due to the lack of resources available to perform this task. In the interest of public safety and the absence of a City ordinance, the City...
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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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Upcoming Events

Large Item Pick Up Postcards Arriving Week of June 3rd

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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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Shred and Recycle Day July 20

Do you have a stack of paperwork sitting around?  What about old TV's, computer monitors or cans of latex paint?  Bring these items to Arapaho Park where we will have secure shredding and recycling suppliers on-site to clear your items.  Some charges may apply for...
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Garage Sale May 31st and June 1st

The 460 neighborhood-wide garage sale is scheduled for Friday, May 31st and Saturday, June 1st, from 8 am - 2 pm.  The H460 Garage Sale is being sponsored by and coordinated by volunteer and neighbor, Rob Mancey of Rob Mancey Realty.  If you would like to participate...
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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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