District Maintained Fencing, Jordan Road Enhancement Project and New Tree Program Updates
We wanted to update community members on several projects within the district.
- The portions of perimeter fencing owned and/or maintained by the district have had scheduled repairs completed. The contractor that has been retained to stain the public view portions for those repairs will commence on Monday, July 12th at 8:00 a.m. Weather permitting, the project should be completed by the following Monday, July 19th.
- As reported last month, our District Board of Directors obtained proposals to make some capital improvements to the turn area along Jordan Road, between Aventerra Parkway and Market Street. The 2021 portion of the project includes transitioning a great deal of unusable high-maintenance and expense bluegrass turf to native seed — and adding thirty (30) deciduous and pine trees. Future improvements being considered will be a crusher fine path heading from Market Drive between the homes at 9424 and 9448 to the public sidewalk off of Jordan Road. The landscape contractor selected for this project will commence work on Saturday, July 10th, with some chemical spraying of the turf areas to be transitioned to native seed.
- We are pleased to report that the district has had four members show interest in obtaining a proposal to have a tree(s) added to a common tract next to their lot. If you are interested in obtaining a proposal to have the district add additional trees, not covered under the district’s Spring tree replacement program, to the district open space landscape near your home, please contact PCMS at 720-851-8178.
Have a great weekend!
Thanks to all of the Stonegate North Villages and Stonegate Village residents who have applied for and received their VizPIN Mobile Access Pass for the pool and tennis courts in the district.
If you have not yet done this process, please be certain to apply immediately. We have allowed a 7-week grace period, but it is important to note that beginning July 7th at 10 a.m. all residents will be required to use their Mobile Access Pass to access the Stonegate North pool and tennis court facilities.
There is signage across the community, and in the monthly newsletters, and we have many team members who can help. If you still need to learn more or start the process, you can begin by visiting: https://stonegatenorthvillages.org/apply-for-a-pass/
Thank you for your help in ensuring residents are signed up and approved. We look forward to seeing you at the pool and courts this summer!
District Maintained Fencing: Our Board of Directors received an update that our 2021 fence repair project has been delayed due to the weekly weather patterns that have set them back several weeks. The contractor is estimating that the repairs should begin between June 14th and June 25th. The contractor will be mailing letters to those residents who will have fence repairs completed late next week — and plan to have the repair areas marked next week as well. As part of the preparation process for this work, if you receive a notice that work on the perimeter fence abutting your lot will occur, we ask that you make sure that there are no obstructions on or near the fence. This includes, but is not limited to: any trees, limbs, roots, shrubs, landscape planting beds, etc., that would impede the progress of the fence repairs.
Thank you for your help as we accomplish this work!
ATTENTION: The following information is critical to your ability to access the facilities — including both the pool and the tennis courts — that belong to Stonegate North Villages. Please read and review before May 18th to ensure continued access to the pool and tennis courts in our district.
Attached is information about the new way to access the facilities in Stonegate North Villages. Both the pool and the tennis courts in Stonegate North Villages will now use Mobile Access Passes. Click here to log on to apply for your family’s Mobile Access Passes in the coming days.
As a reminder, you should do this process no later than May 18th in order to ensure access to the Stonegate North Villages pool when it opens May 29th.
We look forward to a great season this summer!
The Board and Management Team for Stonegate North Villages
As snow comes our way, we know many residents have questions about the district’s snow removal. Stonegate North Villages Metropolitan District does provide snow removal services for all right-of-way sidewalks that are either on or adjacent to a common tract owned or maintained by the district — as well as all main park sidewalks — and for the two parking lots adjacent to the pool and tennis courts and the park at the southeast corner of Keystone Boulevard and Aventerra Parkway. Snow removal operations are triggered anytime there is an accumulation of more than two inches in depth and the district’s contract with Brightview calls for their teams to begin snow removal operations within twelve hours after the snowfall has ceased, or as weather conditions safely permit. Please do note that snow removal on the adjacent public streets is handled directly by Douglas County. For more information on the county’s snow removal policies, including routes, priorities, policies and information on filing a concern, please visit https://www.douglas.co.us/road-work/snow-and-ice-removal/. Stay safe and warm out there!
Thanks for a Great Season at the Pool!
The pool is now closed for the season. Thanks for working with our partners at Front Range Recreation so we could all enjoy the facilities. As we move into the cooler months, we will be preparing the community for the fall and winter. Keep an eye out for the community signs being updated to match our new name and new brand soon, as well.