Alpine Waste Automated Sustainability Report for TrailMark
2018 Colorado State Park Pass
TrailMark Special Purchase
If you would like to get in on the discounted rate for the Colorado State Park pass, send payment of $49 by April 6, 2018 to Deahna Visscher, 9831 S Flower Ct, Littleton, CO 80127. Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment and make checks payable to Deahna Visscher. Please also include the LICENSE PLATE NUMBER for each pass you are purchasing.
Deahna will be ordering passes only for those that she has received payment for by the due date of April 6.
Your pass will be mailed to you around May 1, 2018 in the self-addressed stamped envelope you provide.
A couple of things to note about the passes:
1. The pass will be valid from 05/01/2018 to 5/31/2019.
2. Your LICENSE PLATE NUMBER is needed when sending payment. This is a requirement from the state.
3. You can buy a second pass for another vehicle in your household for $35. Bring your pass and the registration for the second vehicle with you to any park entrance for purchase.
4. Colorado Parks and Wildlife also recommends taking a picture of the pass. This can be used if you need a new pass if a car was stolen, or if you need to have your windshield replaced etc. Replacement passes are about $5.
5. The sticker affixes on the inside of your dashboard on the passenger side.
6. You still have to pay the normal fee at the gate for the dog park pass for Chatfield and/or Cherry Creek reservoirs.
7. For more information on the Colorado State Park Rules and Regulations, visit http://cpw.state.co.us/buyapply/Pages/ParksPassInfo.aspx
8. Get out there and enjoy our BEAUTIFUL state.
Posted March 9, 2018
Proposed Re-zoning at Kipling and C-470
The HOA was made aware of a proposal to re-zone 5 of 20 unoccupied acres at the NW corner of West Ute Avenue and West Toller Drive (Kipling and C-470) to accommodate new vehicle dealerships. Because of TrailMark’s close proximity to this area and the potential impact to our neighborhood, the HOA Board contacted the Senior Planner at Jefferson County to express concern with the proposal and the potential impacts to TrailMark. We requested that we be notified of future meetings and activities so that we might participate in the decision-making process.
The verbiage presented to JEFFCO:
TrailMark is a very active community, as are others in the area, with many cyclists, runners and walkers, both individual and family. We use the roads in and around Deer Creek Canyon in pursuit of these activities. The narrow road, at present, poses certain hazards even with recent upgrades. Other dealerships along 470 already use this area to “test-drive” vehicles. That and the existing daily traffic pose safety concerns. While the new dealerships may have agreed to not allow their sales people to “test drive” cars in the area, enforcement is currently an issue. Regardless that the new dealerships are so called “boutique” dealerships, changing the zoning to allow these dealerships simply opens the way for additional dealerships on the remaining 15 acres. We believe that this will exacerbate existing safety and enforcement issues, and will, inevitably, impact property values and quality of life for all residents in the area.
Mike Madrid, Senior Planner, responded and advised that the HOA comments will be included in a hearing packet should the applicants decide to move forward with applying to re-zone. In addition, he added the HOA Board email address to his email notification list. This list is notified every time a postcard is sent out for the case, including when an application is received and when public hearings are scheduled.
TrailMark homeowners and residents who would like to stay abreast of this issue may also be added to the list. To do so, please e-mail Mike at email@example.com with a short message saying that you would like to be added to the e-mail notification list for the auto dealership rezoning.
Posted March 1, 2018
News from our Management Company
Regular Garbage Pick-up Day February 20th
The next Garbage & Recycling pick-up day is Tuesday, February 20th. No delays due to the Presidents Day holiday.
Change to Trash Container Delivery Schedule
Please note the following change to the trash container delivery schedule:
The smaller trash containers being delivered to Star Canyon were delayed in their arrival. Therefore, the containers will arrive to the neighborhood Friday, February 9th. They will then be distributed to Star Canyon. The important change to note is that Alpine Waste & Recycling will be picking up containers that are not wanted by homeowners on Wednesday, February 14. If you wish to have your old trash container removed or the container that was delivered by Alpine taken away, please have it out on the curb by 7:00 am on Wednesday, February 14th. If you wish to keep your new container, it must be removed from the street by the same time.
New Trash System: Timeline
2/5-2/9 - New Trash Carts to be delivered to each TrailMark home.
2/13 - Any type of container may be used for trash and recycling.
From Alpine Waste & Recycling: "You can still use your old container(s). We know this is a transition and will take time for everyone to be on the same page. We will actually be sending the Rear Load truck through for the next few weeks while homeowners get used to placing containers in the correct spot."
2/14 - Homeowners may leave any trash container at the curb for pick-up and/or disposal by Alpine Waste & Recycling.
Timeline subject to change.
Posted February 6, 2018
Updated February 8 & 9, 2018
Holiday Decorations Reminder
All exterior holiday decorations and lights utilized as seasonal display must be removed and properly stored in a timely manner following the conclusion of the holiday, but, in no case later than 30 days following the expiration of the holiday.
Posted February 3, 2018
Home Page Archives
3/20 - TMMD Regular Meeting
6:30 pm at TrailMark Learning Center
3/31 - TrailMark Easter Egg Hunt
9:00 am at Hogback Hill Park
4/1 - TrailMark Monthly News Update
4/1 - Quarterly Assessments Due
5/3 - Food Truck Thursday
First one of the year!
5/10 - HOA Board Meeting
7:00 pm at Fire Station 19
6/10 - TrailMark Concert Series
(Scroll down to the bottom of this page for details on upcoming events.)
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