No, these are two totally different governmental agencies with different responsibilities. Click here for information about Arapahoe Park & Rec. District amenities.
How Does Trash Removal Work at Copperleaf Homeowners Association?
Copperleaf Homeowners Association has a master contract with Waste Management (303-797-1600) for trash removal. The cost of trash removal is included in your semi-annual maintenance fee paid to the Association. Two 65-gallon toters, one each for trash and recycling, will be delivered to your address within 7-10 days after your closing. Trash pickup occurs every Tuesday and recycling service is every other Tuesday. Please have your toter at curbside by 7:00 a.m.
Recycling service is included in the trash fee. Waste Management does have guidelines concerning excess trash, weight of containers and large item pickup. You are encouraged to contact Waste Management to obtain these guidelines. For a copy of the recycling schedule, click here.
On weeks with a major holiday (New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas) that falls on a Tuesday, pickup will occur on Wednesday.
Trash Courtesy Reminders!
1. Trash containers must be stored in areas that are not visible from the street and are not visible to neighbors at all times.
2. Trash containers may be placed out for collection as early as the night before trash pickup day and empty containers should be returned to their proper storage area the day of trash collection. Trash should be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on Tuesdays.
3. Trash should be secured within closed containers or tied trash bags. Please do not place out trash that can be blown all over the neighborhood.
4. If you are uncertain as to whether Waste Management will pickup your unusual trash (landscape debris, furniture, move in or move out trash, appliances, hazardous materials, etc), call Waste Management (303-797-1600).
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Who Should I Call When A Street Light Is Out?
Maintenance of street lighting is dependent on the area in which you reside. If your home is located north of the power line, maintenance and repair are the responsibility of Xcel Energy. When you notice a street light is not working properly, contact Xcel Energy at 800-481-4700 and report the cross-streets location and also the series of numbers on the light pole, if any, in order to receive the best service.
If you reside south of the power line, maintenance and repair are the responsibility of I.R.E.A. (303-688-3100). Please report the cross-street location to receive the best service.
Who Performs Street Maintenance?
Public streets in Copperleaf Homeowners Association are maintained by Arapahoe County. This includes street maintenance and snow removal. Problems can be reported to Arapahoe County at 720-874-6820. There may be a few private roads within the Copperleaf community.
When Will The Loop Lanes And Private Park Areas Be Landscaped?
In order to minimize construction damage to the landscaped area, these areas may not be landscaped completely until construction of all homes adjacent to these areas have been completed.
Who Maintains The Association Perimeter Fences And Greenbelt Fences?
In general, the Copperleaf perimeter fence and greenbelt fences are owned by the Association. Periodic replacement of these fences and periodic staining of the fences is done by the Association at the direction of the Board. The day-to-day maintenance and repair of these fences is the responsibility of the individual homeowners whose property adjoins these fences (see CC&Rï¿½s, Section 3.31). Individual lot boundary fences are the sole responsibility of the individual homeowner.