On Saturday, June 6, 2020, for the eleventh consecutive year, the Sage Port HOA will sponsor a community chipping event. The chipping event offers reasonably-priced chipping services to area property owners. Click here for more information about the community chipping program. Click here to sign up for the chipping event.
Sun RV Resorts, owner of Jellystone, has proposed building a Wastewater Treatment Facility at the southeast side of their property to accommodate the expansion of the Jellystone recreational park. The plant would be located close to the existing Perry Park Water and Sanitation facility just off of Tenderfoot and Kenosha.
To learn more about the proposed Wastewater Treatment Facility, an Informational Meeting will be held:
WHAT: Informational Meeting on the Proposed Jellystone Park Wastewater Treatment Facility
WHEN: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 7:00 PM
WHERE: Bear Dance, 6630 Bear Dance Drive, Larkspur, CO 80118
On Saturday, June 1, 2019, for the tenth consecutive year, the Sage Port HOA worked with the Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP) and brought chipping services to area property owners. Multiple properties in Sage Port Filing 2, Sage Port Filing 4, Sterling Point and the Sage Port at Antlers participated in the event. The chipping service was free for SPHOA members who helped load the slash into the chipper, and was reasonably-priced for non-SPHOA members. The event this year had more participants than any previous year. Continue reading
On Saturday, June 1, 2019, for the tenth consecutive year, the Sage Port HOA will sponsor a community chipping event. The chipping event offers reasonably-priced chipping services to area property owners. Click here for more information about the community chipping program. Click here to sign up for the chipping event.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have released the I-25 South Gap: Monument to Castle Rock Environmental Assessment (EA) for public review and comment.
CDOT proposes to expand I-25 between Monument and Castle Rock by adding a new tolled Express Lane in each direction, widening shoulders, replacing outdated infrastructure and addressing design deficiencies of the aging roadway. All improvements are planned within CDOT’s right of way, and no property acquisition is anticipated.
Do you have comments you want to share with CDOT regarding the proposed project? Do you think the EA adequately addresses the noise impact the expanded highway will have on nearby subdivisions West of I-25 (for example Sage Port, Hidden Forest, Bear Dance, etc.)? How do you feel about the proposed toll lanes versus free general purpose lanes? Do you think the EA should address in more detail the Tomah Road/Skyview Lane overpass, and public use of Skyview Lane?
Speak now or forever hold your peace. Submit your public comments online directly to CDOT at http://i25cosden.codot.commentinput.com/?id=Mpsx2 through May 29, 2018.