Pebble Creek Condominium Homeowners Association, Denver, CO

Newsletter - Sept 2016 (PDF)

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Annual September 20th Deadline — Smoke Detector Report

The City and County of Denver requires the HOA to obtain the following report from every unit owner once each year. Further, the City requires the HOA to report owners who fail to comply by delivering a completed form to the office by September 20th each year. In the future, the HOA plans to mail or email these forms to unit owners on or about August 1st each year.

Report & Letter to Unit Owners

Report Only

Incomplete forms (i.e. those submitted without a name, unit number, etc.) cannot be processed.

Home Fire Safety (Denver Fire Dept. flyer)

Pebble Creek Condominium Homeowners Association

3550 South Harlan Street, Denver, Colorado 80235-2711 — Office (303) 986-3524

Pebble Creek Condominiums is a unique place where 244 families, mostly unit owners, live in a high-density area and still enjoy high standards of privacy, comfort, and safety. The Board of Directors and the onsite Management are charged with the responsibility of maintaining those standards of quality and acquainting all new residents with the rules and regulations, which make the condominium style of living possible and desirable. The rules and information contained in the Handbook for Residents 2014 (40-page PDF) are designed to keep Pebble Creek beautiful and our property values as high as possible.

While we have absolutely no interest in your personal lifestyle, manners, or mores, we want you to understand fully that the lifestyle you have chosen of a condominium with a high density population like ours demands of its residents strict adherence to rules and regulations. These rules and regulations pertain to space and safety concerns and the highest well-being of one's neighbors and of the condominium community as a whole.

The Board of Directors and the Management are very happy to assist residents with problems when possible, but residents should always keep in mind that the nature of a Homeowner Association differs greatly from that of an apartment complex in regard to homeowner responsibilities.

Regular monthly meetings open to the public will tentatively be held on the 3rd Wednesday every month. Check the website periodically for updates, just in case anything changes. Until past issues are resolved, the Executive Board plans to (1) meet weekly in Executive Session, and (2) remain in contact with each other during the week and share information as necessary.