Food Truck Thursday - First Event of the Year
Holland Street and Finland Drive Intersection Evaluation Results
A memo from Aaron Heumann
Transportation Engineer at City of Littleton
Please thank all of the TrailMark residents who have been involved with and shown an interest in the evaluation of traffic safety concerns expressed in the vicinity of the Holland Street and Finland Drive intersection. Also, please convey to the residents you have been in contact with that the TrailMark Board and city staff have cooperatively determined no modifications to the surrounding roadway configuration or change in traffic control for this intersection is appropriate at this time.
As you are aware, the city collected traffic information in the form of geometric configurations, traffic counts, speed data and accident history for the area. Even though the data suggested there were no qualifying safety concerns based on the city's current “Neighborhood Traffic Management Program” guidelines, staff worked with the Board and area residents to identify and evaluate potential mitigation measures to address the perceived conflicts and safety issues in the area. However, after further discussions with the HOA Board and immediate adjacent residents who would be directly impacted by any modifications, a joint decision was made not to install any signs or traffic calming devices at this time. Instead, the city will perform periodic reviews of the traffic conditions to determine if the traffic patterns and behavior has changed that would indicate a safety or calming response is necessary. In addition, the acting city manager will meet with the Chief of Police to discuss an increased presence of law enforcement patrol to issue citations to any violators in the area.
Please indicate to the residents that if they have any immediate apprehensions with this direction, they should contact their HOA Board to express their concerns. Otherwise, if they witness any troubling behavior or safety concerns in the future, to notify one of their HOA Board members to document and convey to city staff for consideration in subsequent evaluations.
From the Common Area Committee (CAC)
From the Design Review Committee (DRC)
TrailMark Exterior Projects
Before long, spring will be upon us so now is the time to start thinking about projects external to your home – painting, roofing, landscaping, windows, decks/patios, etc. Spring is the busiest time for the DRC to review requests. To ensure that you get the necessary approvals to commence project work, the DRC recommends that you start your planning now and get your request submitted as soon as possible.
Go to the TrailMark website to get your forms, review the guidelines and procedures, and other information: http://www.trailmark.org/hoa-documents-amp-forms.html
REMINDER: Several homeowners received notices last year for exterior painting. The due date for completion of these projects is generally spring 2017. If you have not received approval for your color selection, get your request submitted now to enable you to meet the spring deadline.
Covenant control is on-going and exterior painting will be noted. Get ahead of the game and get your colors selected and a request submitted for review.
The DRC has paint books available that detail TrailMark’s original color combinations. Contact the management company to request the paint books:
Phone: 303-730-2200, ext. 3130
Mail: Colorado Management & Associates, LLC, 7430 E. Caley Ave, 120E Centennial, CO 80111
Fax: (303) 730-0953
The Board has established a TrailMark Sherwin Williams account allowing residents to receive a paint and stain product discount. Generally, the discount is 15% depending on the product purchased. Identify yourself as a TrailMark resident and provide the following account number: 230805194. If the Sherwin Williams store you are using does not register this account number, they should call 303-932-1352 to confirm the account.
Regardless of whether one selects an approved paint combination or creates a unique combination, ALL exterior painting projects require Design Review Committee approval prior to the start of painting.
CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS / WALKWAYS / AND PORCHES:
Many concrete surfaces throughout the community are in need of repair and/or replacement due to:
Spalling - surface failing in which the concrete is flaked or pitted.
Sagging and/or cracking.
Repair and/or replacement of these surfaces may be required for safety and aesthetic reasons, and can be expensive. We advise homeowners to look at these surfaces and take action where required.
REMINDER: It is the responsibility of the homeowner to maintain sidewalks and curbs adjacent to one’s property.
For more information see:
Posted February 1, 2017
A Letter from a concerned Neighbor
Please remind our neighbors to keep their dogs on a leash. Our home backs to one of the paths and I have seen an increasing amount of people with their dogs running yards ahead of them or behind them. I understand that it is enjoyable for the people and the dogs to be free of a leash (I have 2 dogs). But, it concerns me that a hungry coyote or another dog could confront the people or the dogs. I know my dogs don't appreciate the off leash dogs at their fence line.
Perhaps neighbors can go to the dog park at Chatfield instead of using our open space trails as a dog park.
Posted February 1, 2017
Home Page Archives
4/1 - TrailMark Monthly News Update
4/1 - Quarterly Assessments are Due
4/15 - TrailMark Easter Egg Hunt
9:00 am at Hogback Hill Park
4/19 - Social Committee Meeting
5/4 - Food Truck Thursday - FIRST EVENT!
5:30-8:00 pm at TrailMark Park
5/11 - HOA Board Meeting
7:00 pm at Fire Station 19
5/16 - TMMD Regular Meeting
6:30 pm at TrailMark Learning Center
7/4 - 4th of July Bike Parade
10:00 am at TrailMark Park
7/16 - TrailMark Concert Series
7/30 - TrailMark Concert Series
8/5 - TrailMark Night at Pirate's Cove
6:30-8:30 pm at Pirate's Cove Aquatic Center
8/27 - TrailMark Concert Series
TrailMark at Chatfield HOA's Newsletter
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