Mission Statement – Common Area

The mission of the TrailMark Common Area Committee is to promote community enjoyment of the landscaped and natural surroundings of TrailMark with a strong dedication to preserving and protecting the natural environment of the arid, high plains ecosystem.

Nature Preservation

Strive to preserve the natural beauty and protect the delicate ecosystems of the common areas of TrailMark, including involvement with the pond systems, wetlands, wildlife and natural prairies.

TrailMark HOA Common Area Management
Manage planning, improving and maintenance of the HOA Common Area. Coordinate the annual Holiday Lights and install/place wreaths, garlands and decor on the entrance monuments.

Community Involvement
Promote community involvement through volunteer enhancement and beautification projects and resident monitoring of open space and other undeveloped areas of TrailMark. Keep residents informed by submitting articles to the newsletter and posting information on the TrailMark website.

Work with Linking Entities
Work closely with South Suburban Parks & Recreation, TrailMark Metropolitan District, and the City of Littleton in the planning, improving and maintenance of the open spaces of TrailMark. This would include oversight of work conducted by subcontractors and reporting to the HOA Board of any work not performed to the standards set in their contracts.

Promote regional awareness and cooperation by being a liaison with our neighbors:
Jefferson County Open Space, Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, Chatfield State Park and Army Corp of Engineers. 

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