Whether you’re getting to know a new neighbor, gathering with friends or volunteering, coming together as a community is what makes us such a great neighborhood!

We need your support in making our events successful this year.

Please see each event planned below and contact to volunteer!

New to the neighborhood? We want to meet you! Join us and say hi.



Monthly Food Truck & Meet and Greet -


Schedule a no-cook night each month this summer, and let one of the many creative food trucks around the Denver metro area do the cooking for you. The H460 Civic Association schedules trucks to set up on the south side of Arapaho Park (near the tennis courts). All you need to do is show up, order your food, and enjoy the company of neighbors.

Food Truck Schedule:

Monday, June 6

Monday, July 11

Monday, August 1

Monday, September 12

Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Find a full calendar, including links to online ordering or the food truck's website here:

Member Picnic * -

August 27 5:00-7:30 * RSVP by August 23!

When: Saturday, August 27th 5:00-7:30 PM RSVP Deadline has passed.

Where: Arapaho park

What: Bring your blanket and/or your camping chairs, and join your neighbors for a picnic filled with food, fun, games and music. The H460 Civic Association will provide a catered meal and family-friendly activities. Come out and get to know your neighbors! If you have any questions please email

Volunteers Needed:

This is a members-only event!

Do you want to volunteer?

We would LOVE to have your help! Email

  • Large Item Pickup
    Be part of one of the most valuable neighborhood amenities! Involvement may include bid event card creation and distribution, map creation, event communication, photography, and event day availability to assist residents and answer questions

1-2 Event Leads and 5-10 volunteers; estimated time commitment 10-20 hours per year. To sign up for this event please contact

  • Recycle Event

  • Member's Picnic
    Be the hosts with the most for a party with a few hundred of your friends and neighbors. Involvement may include catering and entertainment planning, signage creation and placement, event communication, photography, event day availability for set-up, hosting and tear-down.

1 Event lead and 5-10 volunteers: estimated time commitment 5-10 hours per year. To sign up for this event please contact

  • Garage Sale

Do you have event ideas?

We would LOVE to hear them! Email

Fourth of July Parade

We are planning for a fantastic parade and community carnival this year, so please plan on joining us!

Bring your kids with bikes, wagons, well-behaved dogs, scooters, roller blades or whatever else decorated for the holiday, or set yourself up to watch and cheer on the parade! Then head to Arapaho Park from 10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. to enjoy face painting, a balloon artist, booth games with prizes, a bouncy castle and MORE!

The parade will start at 9:30 a.m. and will be approximately 45 minutes, as we wind through the neighborhood to Arapaho Park. Plan on arriving at the corner of S. Jackson Street & Nichols Ave. between 8:45 a.m. and 9:15 a.m. The Parade will start at 9:30 a.m.

The fire truck leading us to the park has agreed to stay in the parking lot for photo ops and answering kids’ questions, if they don’t get called out. There will be balloons given out at the start of the parade and fun prizes for kids at the park, while supplies last.