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eNews: Senior Showcase 2022


Please Join Us in Celebrating This Year’s Graduates With Our Annual Senior Showcase

The Annual Senior Showcase is an event created by Stonegate North Villages, in conjunction with the HOA, that celebrates graduating seniors. Seniors from both Stonegate North Villages and Stonegate Village are invited to join in the fun.

Senior Showcase Yard Signs
To participate, simply send us the first and last name of your senior, the name of the school from which they are graduating, and a senior photo or favorite snapshot. From this, the team here will create a yard sign, celebrating the student.

Then hold the date, for Friday, May 27th for an evening pool party!
All graduating seniors are invited to join us, at the pool, to dance, swim and celebrate from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Drinks and snacks will be provided. This is a fun opportunity to have the graduates celebrate — and enjoy the pool all to themselves ahead of the pool’s season opening the next day. The yard signs, celebrating each senior, will be on display at the pool event and everyone can take theirs home that night.

Will you help us spread the word? And get those senior submissions coming in? We thank the HOA for co-sponsoring this event with us and look forward to another great turnout this year!

eNews: Lifeguards Needed


Front Range Recreation continues to seek lifeguards for the summer season. They provide free certification classes for those interested, minus only the $45 registration fee. The role includes great benefits, including:

The ability to work outside at your neighborhood pool
A flexible schedule
Either full-time or part-time hours
Competitive pay
An opportunity to work with fun, passionate people

Those interested in applying should reach out right away to: or 303-617-0221 or use the QR code above.

eNews: Sheriff’s Office Investigates Possible Mail Theft


On Monday, February 7th, a neighbor in the Summerwood pocket neighborhood in Stonegate Village Metro District posted a photo of a black four-door vehicle and reported she had contacted the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office regarding a mail theft incident. The resulting case number with the sheriff’s office is: 22 0000 9636.

In addition, neighbors in the Windrift pocket neighborhood in Stonegate North Villages Metro District have reported three separate incidents, resulting in large piles of leftover, rifled through mail in the street.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the matter. If anyone is aware of information that could help investigators, please reach out to the sheriff’s non-emergency line at 303-660-7505.

In addition, here are a few tips that may be helpful in ensuring resident mail, and household information, is kept safe and secure:

  • Do not leave mail with important information about your family, or your accounts in the mailbox overnight
  • Pick up mail daily, to avoid mail theft and overloading of mailboxes
  • If possible, get to know your carrier and the schedule for delivery

Let’s watch out for each other to help keep our district safe. And again, if you see any issues or concerns in the area, please call the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at: 303-660-7505. 

eNews: Update to Tennis Courts and Basketball Court Resurfacing


Update to Resurfacing of Tennis and Basketball Courts:  Due to the weather, there has been a slight shift in the scheduled resurfacing of both the Stonegate North Villages Metropolitan District tennis courts and our new basketball court. 

Saturday, October 16th
The two tennis courts – and the basketball court – are now scheduled to be resurfaced, weather permitting, on Saturday. The surfaces will need time to cure, but we anticipate being able to re-open both by Tuesday, October 19th

Thank you for your understanding.
The Stonegate North Villages Board of Directors

Stonegate North Villages trails - coyote warning

eNews: Coyote Sightings in Area

Coyote Sightings in Area

Please be advised that the Colorado Parks & Wildlife team has placed signage in the community alerting residents to coyote sightings in our community.

Colorado is coyote country and there is a lot of information available to residents about the best ways to protect your safety – including being aware of your surroundings, and keeping pets on a leash.

Please take a moment to review the state’s Parks & Wildlife page for more – including flyers you can print and share with your children and family members.

Thank you!

eNews: Tennis Courts and Basketball Court Resurfacing

There is scheduled resurfacing of both the Stonegate North Villages Metropolitan District tennis courts and our new basketball court beginning tomorrow, Friday, October 8th and extending into next week. Please make a note of the following:

Friday, October 8th

The two tennis courts are scheduled to be resurfaced, weather permitting. The work will take approximately 5 days – allowing time for both resurfacing and for the surface to cure – so we anticipate being able to re-open the courts by Wednesday, October 13th

Monday, October 11th

The new basketball court will have its surface work started on Monday.  We estimate the court will be ready for play on Sunday, October 17th.

Thank you for making a note of these dates and our scheduled work. While we are always at the mercy of weather, we are hopeful we can remain on schedule and have both areas back open very soon! If we experience any delays to the schedule, the district will send out an additional update.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we complete district projects!

With appreciation,
The Stonegate North Villages Board of Directors

Building construction - Stonegate North Villages

eNews: Notice for Pool Parking Lot

Update: September 27, 2021

Dear Residents,

We are excited to announce that work on the adult pool and spa is continuing.

Please be advised that the parking lot for the Stonegate North Villages pool will not be accessible tomorrow — Tuesday, September 28, 2021. The parking lot will be utilized with multiple construction vehicles as work is done.

Thank you for avoiding the area, helping us ensure resident safety, and allowing our construction crews the access needed.

With appreciation,
The Stonegate North Villages Board of Directors

eNews: Water Allocations on Open Space Tract

Update: September 23, 2021

As addressed in the June newsletter, the Stonegate North Villages Metropolitan District (SNVMD) has its water and water services provided by the Stonegate Village (SVMD) Metropolitan District. The Stonegate North Villages board of directors has asked that residents be notified that we have met our water allocation for the season for the common tract landscaping areas highlighted in pink on the attached map.

Notification was made from Stonegate Village to Stonegate North Village that the allocation has been met for one irrigation water tap – and that Stonegate Village has authorized the water be turned off. The other two irrigation water taps for Stonegate North Villages continue to be under the usage calculation provided by Stonegate Village. This is the first year that the Stonegate Village has placed irrigation water usage limitations and our board members are working to see if there is a solution to having met the allotment. To that end, our landscape contractor, Brightview, has sent a written request to the Stonegate Village board of directors requesting reconsideration of the decision to turn off the one tap – and requesting that irrigation usage be looked at cumulatively across all three taps.

Please note that since this is the first year of being placed under water usage limitations, we are hopeful that the solution proposed will be considered and implemented by the adjacent district. That said, we wanted to inform residents about the possibility of these areas going dormant earlier than the others. We will continue to be diligent in our management of the common areas so that we can avoid any possibility of water restrictions creating a negative and long-term impact to any turf or the existing mature plants. The district may need to evaluate incurring costs, including to hand water trees, to ensure we are avoiding issues – and meeting our installation agreements and warranties on trees and plantings.

Thank you for your understanding and patience – and please know we will continue to provide updates on water usage, landscaping, and other district matters on the website, in eNews and in the monthly newsletter.

Thank you!