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. 

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:

Spring Clean UP | May 20 9:00- 12:00

Get outside, shop the sales, and socialize with your neighbors during this fun event.

Sellers: This is a great opportunity to make some extra cash selling items you no longer need. The H460 Civic Association provides advertising in local papers, online, and via signage in the neighborhood. Registration is free for Highlands 460 members who have paid their dues. 

Register for the garage sale to get your address on our map: 

Join a group effort to clean up the neighborhood in the wake of winter. Meet at Arapaho Park for project instructions. The main focus of the cleanup efforts will be the Adams and Monroe corridors. It takes a village, we hope you will join your neighbors in this effort to clean our streets and sidewalks. Check back here for more information closer to the event.

Community Garage Sale
June 2-3

Take advantage of an opportunity to reach a large number of potential buyers and declutter your home! A neighborhood-wide garage sale in Highlands 460 is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3. This event is organized and sponsored by The Steller Group real estate team, which has been coordinating highly attended garage sales for neighboring communities since 2009.


Participation is FREE: all marketing expenses are underwritten by The Steller Group. Advertising will be placed in The Denver Post, The Centennial Citizen, and online outlets, and professionally printed directional signs will be put out the weekend of the sale. During the sale, buyers will be able to strategically navigate the neighborhood with the use of maps that pinpoint each selling location.


It is important to register by Sunday, May 28 if you will be selling—not only does it get you on the sales map and ensure the placement of directional signs leading buyers to your home, it allows event advertising to promote a large number of homes as participants, increasing shopper attendance.


Frequently asked questions:


To get more information or to register for free, please visit or call 720.593.9355.

Large Item Pickup 
June 9-10

Large Item Pickup provides residents with a convenient way to dispose of items not typically allowed as part of traditional curbside trash pick up. This is a great time to clean out your garage and throw out items that don’t fit in trash receptacles. Many residents feel that this event is the most important part of being a paying member of H460! Please note, only members who have paid dues by May 15 will be eligible to participate. 

The trash company will receive a list of paid members so they are aware of pickup locations. Items should be placed at the end of the property without obstructing walkways or streets. In order to stay within our budget for this event, we are asking that trash be limited to two cubic yards. This is approximately the size of two large trash receptacles or two standard-sized refrigerators. This can be accomplished by breaking down and consolidating trees and furniture as well as bundling branches and yard waste.

Paying members will receive stickers prior to the event that should be placed on items for disposal. Stickers will be delivered to doorsteps by June 4. If you’re a paid member and don’t receive a sticker, please email Be sure the stickers are visible on your junk pile by June 9. They do not need to be on every item as the trash company will pick up everything in proximity. Please communicate with your household that items that are not being disposed of should be cleared of the disposal pile/area. There is only one visit per truck per address.

Items that will NOT be picked up are as follows*:

Any single item that cannot be lifted by 2 people (more than ~150lbs); liquid of any kind; any appliance with Freon unit such as refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners; car bodies; car batteries; antifreeze; motor oil; tires; propane tanks; sealed containers or drums; tanks under pressure (oxygen, helium, propane); fuels; oils; any item listed as hazardous material; chemicals; corrosives; pesticides; herbicides; paint; radioactive waste; pharmaceutical waste; industrial waste; fluorescent lighting; household trash; televisions; computer monitors; printers; No dirt, rocks, concrete, gravel, roofing shingles; Bikes of any kind

*If you have a bike to donate, please contact Kent Husa, a H460 resident who founded the non-profit Cycle Movement (, at or to arrange for drop off or pickup for donation.

To see your zone, click here.

For any additional questions please contact

Fourth of July Parade

Family Walking Parade: Decorate bikes, scooters, strollers and wagons, and be part of the 4th of July festivities. Traditionally led by a fire truck and members of a Boy Scout troop, families gather together for a walking parade from South Jackson Street to the playground area at Arapaho Park. Residents not walking in the parade are invited to line the parade route to see the creativity put into decorations and cheer them on. 

-Location: Corner of S. Jackson Street & Nichols Avenue

-Time: Parade starts at 9:30 a.m. Line up behind the banner from 8:45 - 9:15

Post-Parade Party in the Park: At the conclusion of the walking and car parade, join us for a carnival-style celebration in Arapaho Park. 

Volunteer Opportunities: John Mudd is leading this event, and needs people to join his team. Involvement may include setup and/or take-down, traffic control, filling & tying balloons, face painting, bounce house crowd control, water distribution,  donating cookies/donuts/ice cream bars (great sponsorship opportunity!). For more information or to sign up to volunteer, email

Electronics Recycling / Paper Shredding JulY 8


Thanks to a generous grant from our long-time banking partner Metrum Community Credit Union, our Civic Association is adding a paper shredding. Final details including location, will be communicated via social media or at For information regarding acceptable items and those with additional fees, visit: This is a members-only event.

Member Picnic August 19

Bring your blanket and/or your camping chairs, and join your neighbors for a picnic filled with food, fun, games and prizes. The H460 Civic Association will provide a catered meal and family-friendly activities. Come out and get to know your neighbors! 

This is a members-only event, RSVP at this link: 

Volunteer for the Event: 

Do you want to volunteer?

We would LOVE to have your help! Email

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

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

Do you have event ideas?

We would LOVE to hear them! Email 

Document Shredding
July 8, 10:00 - 12:00

Location: 8131 S University Blvd

Thanks to a generous grant from our long-time banking partner Metrum Community Credit Union, our Civic Association is adding an e-recycling event leading up to Large Item Pickup.

Acceptable items include

*Fees apply to some items

•Desktops and Laptops

•Hard drives*

•LDC Monitors*

•CRT monitors*

•LED monitors TV’s/Televisions (Additional Fee)*

-CRT TV’s – Fee of $1.15 per pound

-Flat Screen TVs under 48 inches – fee of $20.00

-Flat Screen TVs over 48 inches – fee of $40.00

•Computer accessories and peripherals

•Computer Mice




•Digital Cameras

•Cell Phones

•Game Consoles

Traffic Flow For Info

Flyer and Info

For additional details, visit:

This is a members-only event.