Welcome to the Highlands 460
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TRAFFIC SAFETY Otero/Adams and Monroe
Please review the linked documents to learn more about what the city of Centennial is doing to improve traffic concerns in our area. Additional concerns should be addressed to:
Anna Bunce, PE, PTOE (she/her/hers)
Board Meeting: First Thursday of each month 6:45-8:15
Meetup Link: Google Meet joining info: https://meet.google.com/inm-vwrp-fbu
We want to hear from YOU! We welcome articles and ideas for the Highlands Highlights newsletter. Tap into your inner author, and send us your thoughts, neighborhood news, pictures of the neighborhood, or something you would like to share with our neighbors. Send articles and photos to the editor at email@example.com by the 10th of each month for the following months issue. Thanks!
Covenant Information Requests:
The Covenant Review Committee (CRC) has just been officially recruited for 2022. Stan will serve as the board liaison to this group of members, and your requests will be received and responded to in the order they are received. You may submit your information requests via the online Google Form, or by sending an email to crc@H460.org. Thank you!
Go to Documents / Financials to view.
THE HIGHLANDS 460
The Highlands 460 (H460) neighborhood is located south of Denver, Colorado in the City of Centennial. The community includes 5 filings totaling nearly 900 homes built between the late 1970’s and mid 1990’s.
H460 is a kid-friendly neighborhood that attracts active families interested in the Littleton Public School District and living the Colorado lifestyle. South Suburban Parks & Recreation (SSPR) provides the area with a variety of recreation opportunities both indoors and outdoors. Our community is situated adjacent to the coveted Arapaho Park which boasts multiple playing fields, a state of the art playground and newly refinished tennis courts. Residents are a short walk from this park and have direct access to the High Line Canal Trail, a popular stretch of path through Denver's southside suburbs, winding for 71 miles between Aurora and Roxborough State Park.
In this active and connected community, neighbors get to know each other by going to the park, participating in activities such as playgroup, the 4th July parade and celebration, the annual community picnic, other social gatherings, and volunteering and engaging with our Civic Association. If your new to the H460, be sure to join the Facebook Group and connect on Nextdoor to stay informed and connected.
H460 is a short drive from shopping at The Streets of SouthGlenn, the regionally acclaimed Park Meadows Mall, and the famous IKEA. South Suburban Golf Course is accessible via the walking trail and the Dry Creek light rail station is close by.
Convenient access to major highways I-25 and C-470 makes getting to downtown, the Denver International Airport and the mountains, easy.