Category Archives: News

News Articles

Public Service Announcement

Attention High Praire Farms and Timbers Residents- Courtesy Notice regarding pet owner responsibilities in District Open Space: The Metro District has received an increasing number of complaints from residents and trail users regarding dog waste left along trails in District open space. Besides being disgusting and dirty, dog waste is...
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Public Service Announcement

Attention High Praire Farms and Timbers Residents- Courtesy Notice regarding ATV use in District Open Space: Motorized vehicle use in Metro District open space is prohibited. Vehicles such as motorcycles, ATV’s, snow machines (Skidoo’s), golf carts and scooters are not permitted in District open space. Recently ATV/ 4-wheelers have been...
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Timbers Tidbits

Read about local real estate news from Timbers Realty – First Half 2012 Timbers Sales Not Living Up to Earlier Expectations. Timbers Tidbits – July 2012 Sales Activity July 2011-June 2012 Active Resale Properties As Of July 23, 2012...
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Wildlife Issues

Residents of the District may have noticed an increase in the abundance of wildlife in the District, particularly deer. Our wildlife is one of the distinct attributes of living in the District and its associated communities. However, many residents also complain about the damage to landscaping and occasionally, the aggressiveness...
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Weed Control

For most of us, weeds are a fact of life but weeds can be a bigger problem than just those dandelions we fight in our lawns every year. Since most of the lots in the Metro District connect to unimproved native areas or open space, many of you have probably...
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Deer Issues and Concerns

Read the letter from Colorado Parks and Wildlife addressing this issue. Mitigating Deer Damage CPW (DOW)   Additionally, please click this link for more information on non-lethal deer population control for urban environments....
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Protecting Our Trees

When asked, most of the homeowners in the High Prairie Farms Metropolitan District service area, say that they bought their home because of the trees. The trees give our neighborhoods the beauty and distinctiveness that separates them from other areas such as Pradera. There is a feeling of closeness to...
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