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2nd Annual Plant Swap May 12th
It was a great day trading beautiful flowers from neighbors yards! Congrats to Val, Aimee, Danny and Mandy who won the pre-potted flowers from Costco!
Cherry Creek Vista South Homeowners Association is a covenant controlled community. Dues are $35 per property (home) per year.
Proposed Richmond Home Developemt Adjacent Peakview Park
Centennial Airport News
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Proposed Cell Tower at Peakview Park
Ryan Sarni (HOA Airport / HOA Liasion)
Hi Neighbors. I engage with the airport pretty regularly on behalf of the HOA. You can always go to this link to track and report planes . I have asked the airport for a map of proposed revisions based on the FAA plan, but I don't believe one exists yet. Kind of ridiculous for them to have meetings without first publicizing an actual plan, if you ask me. Cherry Creek State Park is pretty close to the edge of their north take off pattern. I'd rather have planes take off over the park than our neighborhood.
The Cherry Creek Vista Park and Recreation District has been approached by representatives of T-Mobile to possibly site a cell tower in Peakview Park. At their next meeting the District board will review the preliminary location, design, and permitting criteria, and perhaps decide whether or not to proceed with negotiations to allow this tower. The tower would be capable of co-locating at least one other cell service, so there is the possibility this tower could alleviate some of the problems we have with our current cell services. If you’re interested in learning more about the tower, and the board’s direction, the meeting will be at: DATE: January 25, 2018 (Thursday) TIME: 6:00 P.M. PLACE: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 9300 East Belleview Ave. Greenwood Village CO 80111
It is important to become familiar with the covenants, not only to comply, but also to inform guests/tenants of these guidelines. We strive to achieve a harmonious experience for all residents.
On Dec. 4th, 2017 Centennial City Council voted in favor of the variance requested by the owner of the land next to Peakview Park. City Council will vote on whether to approve the landowners next request to rezone the area as residential (currently it is zoned for light industry use).
Centennial Mayor Cathy Noon opposes this land being rezoned to residential, however her term is up in January. Centennial Airport also opposes residential homes being built on this parcel due to flight paths and airplane noise.
The new mayor, Stephanie Piko, will most likely be in office when the rezoning vote takes place. The HOA will post the date and time of the meeting once the details are available.
City Councils email and contact information can be found at http://www.centennialco.gov/Mayor-Council/elected-officials.aspx
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Meeting notices and community activities. We sincerely hope to see you at the next event!
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IMPORTANT message from the HOA Board President regarding proposed Rules & Regulations located on the Governing Documents page of this website.
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Havana & Maplewood Ave Crosswalk
The CCVS HOA and High Plains Elementary has urged Arapahoe County to evaluate the crosswalk at Havana & Maplewood Ave. As you know, this has become an extremely busy, and potentially dangerous, intersection with commuters, students walking to school, bikers, and walkers. The school crossing guard and neighborhood residents continue to witness driver's running stops signs and speeding through this intersection.
In the past few months, Arapahoe County Public Works has made some changes to the stop sign. As you travel south on South Havana Street the stop sign is bigger and there are red reflectors going down the pole. As you approach the intersection from both the north and the south, there are two signs. One sign alerts drivers that there is a crosswalk, and the other sign alerts drivers that there is a stop sign coming up. The school has purchased an LED light up stop sign for the crossing guard.
In the months to come, Arapahoe County plans on doing a traffic study as well as a school audit that will give them more information as to how children get to school, as well as traffic and walking patterns.
Questions, comments & feedback can be sent to David Schmit, Director of Public Works, at
http://www.co.arapahoe.co.us/519/Public-Works-and-Development (Click on Email located under his name)