Be aware of aggressive Coyotes
State wildlife officials are warning residents to be aware of aggressive coyotes over the next few months of their breeding season.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife says coyotes may become more territorial as they pair off and have their puppies.
A coyote nipped a girl in Centennial during last year's breeding season.
The department had also received reports about aggressive coyotes in Aurora and Lakewood.
Experts say pet owners should take extra care to protect their animals.
Source: KUSA 9news.com
Posted January 8, 2017
TrailMark Residents now have access to Foothills Park & Recreation District
NEW for 2017!
We’re excited to share a gift that keeps giving all year long! Now those who live in the TrailMark subdivision can enjoy resident benefits at two park and recreation districts.
Effective Jan. 1, 2017, TrailMark subdivision residents who utilize Foothills Parks & Recreation facilities and programs will receive Foothills resident rates.
The Board of Directors of South Suburban Park and Recreation District and Foothills Park & Recreation District have created a special arrangement for TrailMark subdivision residents to receive Foothills resident rates on admission fees, passes and classes. The arrangement is valid through Dec. 31, 2017 under the terms of the Intergovernmental Agreement.
A Foothills I.D. Card is required to receive discounted fees for facility use. Obtain a free I.D. Card at Lilley Gulch Recreation Center, Ridge Recreation Center, or Peak Community & Wellness Center. For more information, visit www.ifoothills.org/trailmark.
The agreement was made due to the unique location of the TrailMark subdivision and its proximity to Foothills Park & Recreation District facilities. TrailMark subdivision residents will continue to enjoy all the benefits of South Suburban Parks and Recreation.
Posted January 4, 2017
Please be aware that the ice is never solid enough to support people or pets on the reservoirs in TrailMark. Please warn children of the dangers.
Posted January 1, 2017
Posted January 1, 2017
Meet the 2017 HOA Board
Thank you to all that came out in the snow to make the annual HOA and TMMD budget meetings on Thursday, November 17, and to help vote in our three HOA board members! We know it is challenging with the weather and with dinners to make. But we are so grateful for the support and interaction. To those that sent in your proxy votes - thank you for doing this! The meeting was almost postponed when we did the final count that evening and didn't receive enough proxy to reach quorum. We needed 80 votes, and we were only at 67. So thanks to the community members who helped collect from their neighbors on their own time, to those who helped at the meeting by last minute texting neighbors to try to make the count, and to those that answered those last minute texts and emails and quickly sent in their proxy! We couldn't do it without your participation!
Introducing your HOA board for 2017:
President: Sally Janssen is a retired Army officer with 23 years of service. After retiring, she joined the ranks of the National Park Service and then Denver Public Schools. She has volunteered on the TrailMark Design Review Committee (DRC) since 2014 and has served on the HOA Board since 2012. Sally enjoys skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, and traveling.
Vice President: Michael Penny and his wife, Lisa, moved to Trailmark in July 2015. They love it here and have made the community their home. They have two children, Garret, a senior at UCCS, and Anna, a sophomore at Heritage High School. The family is completed by their three dogs. Michael looks forward to getting more involved in the community through the HOA.
Secretary: Julie Devin and her husband, Ryan, moved to TrailMark in January 2013, and have two young children. She grew up in Littleton, Colorado, and is a proud graduate of CU (go Buffs!). She has a background in marketing, journalism and anthropology. She enjoys hiking, mountain biking, trail running, and snowboarding.
Treasurer: Sandy Farish and her husband, Andy, have been TrailMark residents for 11 years. Sandy recently retired from Oracle Corporation, where she worked as a senior analyst, and now plans to spend the first year of retirement caring for her newborn granddaughter. She enjoys walking the local trails with her husband and dog, and the beautiful scenery TrailMark provides.
Member at Large: Patrick McClammer moved to the Trailmark community in July 2014 with his wife, Katie, and two sons, Gavin and Ryan. He spends his free time skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and woodworking. He is the Director of Technology for IRBNet, a research compliance software company located in Cambridge, MA. His spirit animal is the Big Horn Sheep.
Posted December 1, 2016
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