Hope to see you there!
Join Pine Creek residents on Saturday, Dec 15th, from 1-3pm at the Private Park Pavilion for holiday music, hot chocolate and cookies, and photos with Santa.
Hope to see you there!
The PCVA residents re-elected Sharyn McWhorter and chose Jim Bishop and Dan Bloom to fill the three vacant board positions for a two-year term and ratified the 2019 PCVA budget. Many thanks to Jean Anderson and Glenn Barr, outgoing Board Members, the Candidates who stepped forward to run for Board positions, and all the Voting Delegates who attended the meeting. Your help and volunteer work is greatly appreciated.
The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Pine Creek Village Homeowners Association, Inc. will be held on November 14, 2018 at 6:30p.m. in the Meeting Room at the Hampton Inn & Suites, 1307 Republic Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80921 (NOT the Fire Station). PCVA homeowners are cordially encouraged to attend this important annual meeting, to participate in the management of your Association, and to hear from Katie Carleo, Principle Planner for the City of Colorado Springs Northeast Team. During the meeting, the results of the Board of Directors election will be announced (three positions open) and the 2019 Budget ratified.
Information packets and proxy forms were mailed to PCVA homeowners October 31st.
If you did not receive yours, you can download the forms (requires PCVA password) at
Proxy forms are due no later than 5pm on November 12th (as outlined on the form) to be counted.
Wondering how to report an issue or make a Citizen request? The City of Colorado Springs has a website with all the info - and a link to download an app to your smart phone. Read more at coloradosprings.gov/reportissue?mlid=5286
The City of Colorado Springs owns and maintains the roads(city streets) within Pine Creek (except for designated Private Roads within Carriages, La Bellezza, Reverie, Sage Hill Greens, and Wildflower neighborhoods). The City of Colorado Springs Operations & Maintenance Division is responsible for snow removal on City Streets. City crews clear about 1,800 lane miles on main roads when snow accumulates during a storm.
Snow removal is done by priority based on both primary/secondary roads and the snowfall depth. Main streets, or most streets with stripes (i.e. Briargate Parkway, Chapel Hills, Powers, Union), are the priority for Colorado Springs Public Works and their largest plows. These are the streets that carry most of the city's traffic as well as emergency vehicles and public transportation.
The number of plows deployed and the option of pre-treating or anti-icing the streets depends on the weather conditions. When the primary and secondary routes are cleared and safe for travel, the Operations & Maintenance Division may begin plowing and applying anti-skid by grid in residential areas where snowfall has exceeded 6". This is after the storm has passed and snowfall has ceased.
The goal of the City of Colorado Springs Snow and Ice Control Plan is to maintain a safe flow of traffic throughout the City and ensure that each residential area is in close proximity to a plowed street.