Timberline has scheduled two town hall meetings to provide residents with an overview of the new guidelines, the ARA process and the covenant control process.
The town hall meetings will be held at the Parkview Swim and Fitness center on
the following dates:
August 4th, 2022 5:30pm - 7:30pm
August 9th, 2022 1:00pm - 3:00pm
If there are specific questions you'd like addressed during the town hall please send them to Candelas@timberlinedc.com
*We will have kid friendly activities set up so please feel free to bring your little ones if needed.
- As previously communicated, there have been an increasing number of vandalism incidents in the community. Vandalism of any kind is expensive to remedy and such costs fall directly on the District (i.e. the homeowners). In order to protect our facilities, the Parkview Swim and Fitness Center will now remain locked at all times. Residents will need their key card at any time to gain access. We ask that residents do not give access those without a key card, especially unaccompanied minors. Having residents access the rec centers with their cards allows us to keep track of who is using the amenities and who may be able to help provide information when incidents occur.
- There have also been a number of reports of minors setting off fireworks in the community. Not only are Fireworks ILLEGAL in the City of Arvada, but with the recent Marshall Fire and our dry conditions, they are also extremely unsafe. It never hurts to talk to your kids about fire safety and its importance. The district will soon be posting more information from the Arvada Fire Protection District on Fire Safety and Mitigation. Residents who observe vandalism or fireworks are strongly encouraged to contact the Arvada Police Department immediately.
- If you see any activity that needs to be reported please call the non-emergency hotline for Arvada.
During recent covenant control inspections we have observed several violations relating to basketball hoops and parking of RVs, trailers and boats. Please see the guidelines below regarding these violations and if you are currently in violation please correct the issue as soon as possible.
Portable Basketball Hoops must be stored on the side of the house (backyard) in an appealing location, not on the sidewalk, street, or front yard when not in use.
NO permanent basketball goals, hoops, backboards, or nets shall be installed in the front yard of a Residential Site
Basketball backboards that are free-standing and portable are NOT allowed in the public right-of-way, streets, sidewalks, parkways, or driveway aprons. These backboards must be stored away from view when not in use. Storing backboards in front or side yards or driveways is prohibited
RVs, Trailer and Boat Parking:
The City of Arvada limits the parking of RVs and trailers. The code is as follows:
All vehicles and trailers on public or private property must be operable and currently registered or stored out of public sight like an enclosed garage. All vehicles and trailers must be parked on an approved surface (concrete, asphalt, or rock).
Recreational vehicles, including trailers, can only be parked on the street for 72 hours in any given seven (7) day period. Recreational vehicles cannot be used for overnight accommodations (on private or public property).
Oversized vehicles are not allowed on city streets. The City considers oversized vehicles to be anything longer than 25 feet in length or wider than 8 feet, a truck tractor or semi-trailer regardless of size (does not include RVs).
The District wanted to continue to provide updates to residents on the status of the clean-up of Foxtail Pond in Townview. This pond is part of a seven (7) detention pond system in Candelas and its deterioration was a result of this system not functioning properly. In March/April the District hired a contractor to drain the pond in order to clean trash and other debris out of the drainage ways (which was preventing this pond from draining as intended). Once drained, additional repairs were identified, which the District is in the process of doing. It will take some time for the pond to rejuvenate and begin to retain water again. As a detention pond, its purpose is important to flood control. Their purpose is to slow down water for a short period of time (not to retain it indefinitely). As such, the pond should only hold up to 2.5’ ft of water at a time. We will continue to keep residents informed of updates on the progress made to this area. Your patience and partnership is appreciated.
As of today April 21st, 2022 the doors to the Parkview facility will remain locked 24/7. In order to access the building, all residents will need to have their access cards with them. If you don't have access cards and need to get in, you may come during office hours and call Madison at 720-625-8080.