July Newsletter

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July Newsletter

Ice Cream Truck at the Park

Who: High Point Creamery
What: Ice Cream Truck
When: Saturday, July 4th 1 pm-3 pm
Where Wheatlands New Park

High Point Creamery Food Truck will be at the
new Wheatlands Park serving delicious
ice cream on the 4th of July from 1-3pm
Prices are:
Kiddie (single) scoop (cup or cone) $4.25
Small (double) scoop (cup or cone) $5.25
Medium (triple) scoop (cup or cone) $6.25
Root Beer Float $6.75
Pints $7.99

For a list of Flavors Click Here

4th of July Activities


Community Competition | Fri – Sun

We’re judging patriotic porches, backyard BBQs, dressed-up dogs, decorated bikes, delectable drinks, and more! Post your patriotic pictures on the Wheatlands Residents Facebook page and tag with #FrontPorch4th. Winner gets bragging rights for the most patriotic family in the neighborhood and will be featured in our next newsletter.


*Please note due to COVID-19 our traditional Bike Parade and community BBQ has been cancelled this year*
COMMUNITY UPDATES AND INFORMATION


Pool Information – The pool season is going swimmingly! We are glad every family in Wheatlands can sign up to use the pool this summer! As we are allowed to have more capacity at the pool we are encouraging more walk ups instead of increasing more reservations per family.

We are finding residents are signing up for slots and not showing up so we don’t want to add more slots per family and have the pool not being used. By leaving available slots, residents can take a look at the reservation system and walk up for times the pool isn’t at max capacity.  

If you are not able to make it to your reservation please go on sign up genius and cancel your reservation so our guards know how many walk ups to allow and others can sign up.


Snack Shack is Back! – Good news, snack shack will be opening back up at the pool this Wednesday, July 1st. We ask that you bring exact change to minimize the handling of cash back and forth. We are working on setting up a credit card option. All items will be $1 with the exception of otter pops, those will be $.25.

Clubhouse Information -The clubhouse is still closed for rentals however as we get more direction from the state on number of people allowed to gather and cleaning requirements we hope to allow rentals soon.

Park Information – The community playgrounds are open and it is nice to see the kids enjoying the space once again. The board has contacted ID Sculpture to repair the damage from the vandalism at the park while the park was closed.  We are also working on adding security cameras at the park to prevent future vandalism.  The pet waste stations have been ordered and will be placed once we get them.  We appreciate your help keeping our trails and parks clean by picking up after your pet and disposing of trash in the provided receptacles.

Who do I call?There have been a lot of questions about landscaping, covenant enforcement, pool info, trash and recycling etc… Below is a directory to help you figure out who to call for what.

City of Aurora Property/landscape Concerns – Access Aurora Link:


District Landscaping and Maintenance is done by COX Landscaping. If you have questions, or concerns they can be reached directly at: coxoffice@coxprolandscape.com.
(303) 693-6878
District Maintenance map can be found HERE

Par Officer Information:


Metro District Board

Covenant Enforcement and Design Review Requests (Violation Letters)
AMI
303-351-5411

Billing Services
AmCoBi
PO Box 57280
Colorado Springs, CO 80949
Toll Free – 877-410-0167 x2
Status Letters – Contact Pierre@amcobi.com

Trash and Recycle Waste Management – need a trash can or recycling bin? or maybe they missed your trash on pick up day. Call 1 (866) 909-4458

For Clubhouse, Pool (key fobs) and Park Rentals
YMCA office is located at the Southlands Shopping Center next to Massage Envy
6295 S Main St. #104
Aurora CO 80016
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-1pm
720.274.5759

Community Manager
Lori Walker – lwalker@denverymca.org
(Oversees Common Area Maintenance Contracts, Trash/Recycling Contract, Clubhouse and Pool Operations)

Aquatic Coordinator
Hannah Krafels – hannahmkrafels@gmail.com
oversees day to day operations of the pool





Next Board Meeting

Thursday, July 9th at 6:00 pm
this meeting will be a zoom meeting

 
Call-in Number: 720-707-2699
Meeting ID: 916 4029 7248
Password: 376674

COVENANT ENFORCEMENT

Trees, Trees, Trees

Many trees in our Wheatlands neighborhood are struggling. They experienced an early freeze last fall, and then a late frost this spring. After doing an initial inspection, it was decided by the board to hold off on continuing with the inspection of trees until after July 1. If the trees are not showing life by then, the homeowner would have until September 30 to replace.

Please note that the Wheatlands Metro District trees will also be evaluated at this time and replaced if deemed necessary. If a household receives a violation regarding dead trees, please feel free to reach out to AMI at wheatlands@amihoa.com with any questions. Keeping the lines of communication open with them is important.



How to respond to District rule violation notices

  • Address it: Ignoring a violation notice won’t make it go away and can make the situation much worse, if not responded to. Once you’ve received a violation notice, take steps to understand and correct the violation, and either pay or appeal the fine if issued.

  • Don’t take it personally: Remember that the rules were created to keep the community safe and comfortable for residents, including you. You agreed to abide by the rules when you bought your home.

  • Communicate: While friendly phone or email communication can address minor infractions or warnings, written communication and documentation helps create clarity for everyone involved. When you’ve been accused of a rule’s violation, it’s best to address it in writing. If there are extenuating circumstances—like a family emergency that causes you to fall behind on lawn care—communicate that to your Covenant enforcement manager at wheatlands@amihoa.com . You don’t know if an exception might be made until you ask.

  • Get involved: There is usually a correlation between the level of homeowner involvement and the success of a community. So, if you want to improve your community, volunteer for a board or committee position or attend meetings to see how you can contribute.
Wheatlands Recreation Center
To follow the construction of the new Wheatlands Recreation Center.


Southlands Events


The Southlands Shopping center continues to offer events and programs Check it out HERE
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