It's 2016, and the Spring
Newsletter is here
In two parts:
1 - 3 Spring 2016 newsletter
Page 4 Spring 2016 newsletter
Plus: ANNUAL MEETING
Annual meeting for 2016 is Monday,
March 28, 2016, at 7 p. m. Hillcrest Church, 3000 South Race.
More info: call 303-993-8502.
What House District are we in?
State house district, that is, for
Colorado state legislature? We're still in Congressional District 1
at the Federal level.
And the answer is . . . we have been moved, due to redestricting, to House District
2. Mark Ferrandino is our representative.
We are now in precinct 248.
As of January 6, 2012, the city has
ended the messy division of the neighborhood into precincts 330 and 331. The
boundaries of precinct 248 now exactly equal that of the boundaries of the
Cherry Hills Vista (CHV) neighborhood. Everyone in the CHV
neighborhood, and only those in the CHV neighborhood, is in precinct
This is someone who generally knows
the people on their block and their contact information. They would distribute
neighborhood news as well as possible. We also need newsletter
deliverers. For more information click on the "Volunteers
Needed" tab above.
If you can volunteer, contact:
George Gramer -- 303-993-8502
OR Nancy Flanagan
Protect Your Pets from Coyotes
notice from the Colorado Division of Wildlife.
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3 - 1 - 1
Due to Denver's ongoing serious budget crisis, the hours
of operation of 3 - 1 - 1 have been cut back effective August 31, 2009.
The new hours are:
Monday through Friday: 7 a. m. - 8 p. m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a. m. - 5 p. m.
alert . . .
lock your doors, keep your outside lights on from dusk until dawn, and
keep your eyes open. If you
see anything out of the ordinary, please call District 3 at 720.913.1300
One more time: you know the emergency number:
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Want to be on our
e-mail list? Be up to date on neighborhood meetings, happenings,
and alerts! Send your e-mail address to George Gramer at this
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Citizen Emergency Response Training is now
available! Find out more at:
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Our neighborhood is located in Denver, Colorado, U. S. A., near
Denver University and Slavens School. It is that area of Denver bounded on the north by
Yale, on the south by Dartmouth, in the west by Franklin, and in the
east by University Blvd. There is a small patch of the city of Englewood in the
southeast corner of this area that is not part of this neighborhood
(unless they want to be), which includes a business, a church, and a few
houses near Dartmouth and University.
Everyone in the neighborhood, or other local
people interested in neighborhood affairs, is invited to join.
We are soliciting ideas as to what to
post on the web site and ideas about encouraging neighborhood members to
take a look at it.
Want to Help Us Out? Send us $10.
Dues to join the Cherry Hills Vista Community
Association (which is open to all residents) are $10 per year.
Dues are basically just a donation. We don't send out renewal
notices, we just sort of pass the hat every now and then. We just
aren't that big of an organization. But we DO appreciate all the
help we can get.
You can send that $10 to our treasurer, Sue Mulhern, 2820
S. High St., Denver, CO 80210. Make checks payable to
"CHVCA" or "Cherry Hills Vista Community
We are on Facebook.
Check us out!
complete report of the survey results from surveys circulated
last September are posted here.
Our President, George Gramer, reports
on the recent crime summit here.
Watch out for vandals in our neighborhood, there have
been several incidents over the past few months.
watch out for coyotes and foxes -- there have been
reports of coyotes attacking pets in the neighborhood. Your
web coordinator has personally observed a fox in his back yard.
We have curbside
all about it. You don't need to take it to "them,"
they will come to you.
Household hazardous waste? Don't
toss paint, batteries, pesticides, solvents, and motor oil into the
for a free pickup of your hazardous waste.
Fireworks are illegal in Denver!
Every year, numerous complaints, injuries, and fires are associated
with the unlawful use of fireworks in Denver. This year, with
the unusually hot and dry weather, it's even more dangerous.
If you have to light or ignite, itís illegal!!!
Report suspicious people or vehicles to the Police Department
the Flyer (PDF) here