Recreational Vehicles (RV’s) and/or sports equipment [example: Trailered Boats, Trailered All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), etc.] shall be parked in a garage or off-site. RV’s and sports equipment may be temporarily parked in the driveway or in the street directly in front of the home for loading and unloading only over a short a period of time not to exceed 24 hours, and not to exceed 7 days per calendar year.
Do you know the official rules for properly displaying the U.S. flag?
Learn more about the American flag and its history at https://www.usa.gov/flag
Read the U.S. Flag Code https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CDOC-109sdoc18/pdf/CDOC-109sdoc18.pdf
Learn all about displaying the American Flag https://www.usa.gov/features/usagovs-guide-to-displaying-the-american-flag
1.1 HOUSE REPAINTING Changes to the exterior color of a residence or accessory structure must be submitted for review by the Modifications Committee using the Design Review Request form.
Submittals must include:
· Paint color brand, name and number
· Sample of paint applied to home or 4’ x 4’ painted board placed in front of home
· Sample labeled Body, Body 2 (if appropriate), Pop Out, Trim and Accent
· Sample must be available to review at the home by the submittal deadline on the Thursday at 5 p.m. prior to the meeting.
· Photo of home.
Paint color must be applied using the color blocking scheme for the architectural style of the home. All exterior paint color changes, including repainting in existing color scheme, must be approved by the Modifications Committee before paint application.
2.1.1 HOUSES PAINTING TRIM, ACCENT AND GARAGE DOORS ONLY
Residents painting the trim, accent and/or garage doors only are required to paint a small sample on the existing surface(s)
Please do not block any residential sidewalk with cars, RVs, trailers, trucks, visiting vehicles, etc. so pedestrians can navigate the neighborhood easily and safely. Many residents and visitors enjoy using the sidewalks daily and often have difficulties navigating around a sidewalk obstruction. It can be dangerous if they are required to walk in the street and leave the safety of the sidewalk.
City Code prohibits the blocking of sidewalks.
10.12.101: STOPPING, STANDING OR PARKING IN SPECIFIED PLACES:
No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, vehicular or pedestrian, or in compliance with directions of a police officer or traffic control device on a sidewalk or pedestrian walking area.
Tree selection is one of the most important investment decisions a home owner makes when landscaping a new home or replacing a tree lost to damage or disease. Most trees can outlive the people who plant them, therefore the impact of this decision is one that can influence a lifetime. Matching the tree to the site is critical.
Take a look at Recommended Trees for Colorado Front Range Communities:
A Guide for Selecting, Planting, and Caring For Trees to get some ideas.
View it at https://www.pcva.org/uploads/7/8/8/7/78875826/trees_for_frontrange.pdf