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eNews: Spring Storm Snow Removal

Snow thrower plowing snow

Dear District Residents,

We have had crews on-site since 7 a.m. this morning making their way through the district and clearing snow in the areas that are district responsibility. We will continue with this work throughout the day. Please note that the district’s snow removal contract states that the crew has 24 hours to commence with snow removal after the snow has ceased falling. We’ll continue to ensure the crews are working hard, while managing through weather and storm updates.

The district-maintained areas include: all right-of-way sidewalks on, or adjacent to, common tracts owned by the district, as well as the main park sidewalks. Our crews also manage snow removal for the two parking lots adjacent to the Community Center, pool and tennis courts, as well as the park at the southeast corner of Keystone Boulevard and Aventerra Parkway.

Please note that snow removal on the adjacent public streets throughout the district is under the jurisdiction of Douglas County. Residents can view the county’s snow removal policies, including routes, priorities, policies, and information on filing a concern, at ice-removal/.

As always, we do appreciate your eyes and ears on our district-owned areas, and if you see any that need attention, please don’t hesitate to contact us on the district hotline: 720-851-8178.

Thanks again — and do stay safe and warm in the midst of this spring snowstorm!