For Smoky Hill residents, the rental fee has been lowered to $50 for 4 hours andPerimeter Fences
Since the inception of the mill levy the Metro District has been saving steadily for what will prove to be our largest capital project ever. Coming in just under $1.4 million, the replacement of the community fencing throughout the neighborhood is continuing apace and the final leg along Telluride is projected to be completed by the end of next summer.
Like all large construction projects there have been and will continue to be bumps in the road. If you have any concerns about the project, please reach out to the Board on the contact page.
Please remember that it is our responsibility to look after our neighborhoods. When you are out walking please pick up after your dog. If you happen to see trash please pick it up and throw it away. It takes a community to keep our neighborhood looking good.
Please remember that sign posting, either by planting in the ground on District property or posting on District fences, is strictly prohibited without prior written consent of the Board of Directors. It should be noted that the District spent thousands of taxpayer dollars in the spring of 2007 repairing the sprinkler system along the Smoky Hill Road corridor. A lot of this damage was caused by signage that was hammered into the ground. Furthermore, signs with wire bases, if not removed, can separate from the wires which can get tangled in and damage our mowing equipment. Parts of signs can become lethal projectiles if they are not seen by our mowing crew and are run over.
If a sign is determined to have damaged any part of the District's sprinkler system or mowing equipment, or can be determined to have caused injury, the persons responsible for posting such signage can be held legally liable. The District Board of Directors and the maintenance crew ask that you consider the well-being of all those who may possibly be affected and refrain from posting signs on District Property.
District Policy Regarding Research and Retrieval Fees for Responses to Colorado Open Records Act Requests:
In those cases where the location or existence of specific documents must be researched and the documents must be retrieved, sorted, or reviewed for applicability to the request, and such process requires more than one hour of staff time, the Official Custodian may charge a research and retrieval fee not to exceed thirty dollars ($30) per hour. The Official Custodian will not impose a charge for the first hour of time expended in connection with the research and retrieval of public records.
Listed below are important links to various agencies within the city of Centennial. Please note, these sites are not for reporting emergencies. In the event of an emergency, please call 911.
For maintenance issues in our parks and common areas, contact John Bofenkamp at (Office) 303-693-3414 or (Cell) 303-906-9815 (emergencies only please) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for non-emergencies.
The legal representation for the district is through Collins, Cockrell and Cole. Our attorney is Linda Alexander. Our paralegal is Micki Mills. Either can be contacted via our legal liaison, Carol Stitt.