Pebble Creek HOA has a new bank! We made the switch to save you money and make dues payments more convenient. Here's a quick summary:
Coupons have been ordered and are being mailed directly to owners.
Paying by check or money order? Make checks payable to: Pebble Creek Condominium Homeowners Association, be sure your payment includes your UNIT NUMBER. Accounts have been set-up by the UNIT NUMBER ONLY, do not include the building number.
Mail payments to: Pebble Creek Condominium Homeowners Association
C/o Citywide Banks
PO Box 173861
Denver, CO 80217
EFT or "bill pay" through your bank? Contact your bank to update the information with the address above.
ACH: If you are on "auto-withdrawal," you will receive a form to return to CPMS to re-authorize withdrawals for the new bank.
Pay online: Owners can visit www.e-cpmsinc.com and select the “Pay Dues Online” button on the home page. Make a one-time payment or set up recurring payments.
More information will be added to the website shortly about this important change.
***Any ACH transactions that are already scheduled will continue through March, giving you until April 1st to figure ou the new system. For questions or concerns, please contact CPMS.***
Have you seen the sign out by the entrance on Frontage Road? The Denver Police Department reminds us all to lock our vehicles, keep valuables safely inside your house or stashed in your trunk where they aren't visible, and to report suspicious activity to the local Denver 4 District Police Department. Community safety starts with you!
Looking for our roll-off dumpster? They are late from the waste company this month, but will be in their usual location starting Monday, February 5th. Thanks for keeping our community clean!
The snow and ice can sure make it slippery! For those who have north-facing units or units without sun, there are black ice melt buckets around the community for your use--likely, in front of your door! Our maintenance crew will be performing an annual top-up of these over the next week, or feel free to let the maintenance team or CPMS know if yours is running low.
Coming up on Wednesday, January 31st, is our first monthly board and homeowners meeting. We hope to see you at the Clubhouse at 6:30!
Want to keep your vehicle safer? Join the Denver District 4 Police Department on December 16th and receive FREE anti-theft license plate screws and steering wheel clubs (for select compatible vehicles). The event will be held December 16, 2017, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in front of the Seven Springs complex at Hampden Frontage road and S. Ivan Way. This is on the "other" side of the frontage road (north of 285). Please check back soon; the flyer will be posted on our homepage!
Attention Homeowners: The 2017 Annual Meeting will be held Wednesday, December 20th, at 6:30 p.m. (registration and light refreshments at 6:30, official meeting start time at 7 p.m.). We have been working hard to balance the budget for next year and are excited to share our improvement plans with the community! We are inviting a Community Resource Officer from the Denver District 4 Police Department and will have plenty of information to share with the community. Official notices should be arriving by mail within the week. We hope to see you there!
**edited 12/7/12 to reflect accurate time of meeting**
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the November-December 2017 newsletter incorrectly states the date of the annual meeting. The correct date of the annual meeting is December 20, 2017.
The August HOA and Board Meeting will be held this Wednesday, August 30th, at 6:30 in the Clubhouse. Sorry for any confusion last week, the Board has determined that future meetings will be held the LAST Wednesday of the month, regardless of whether the last Wednesday falls on the 4th or 5th month.
Hope to see you there!
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The Pebble Creek community experienced the deadly consequences of domestic violence on July 31, 2016. Our condolences go out to the family and friends of the victim. Domestic violence is affecting communities across the state, and we hear about it almost every day, not just at Pebble Creek.
If you are a victim of domestic abuse whether emotional or physical, or you know someone who is a victim, there are resources available. Here are just a few:
There are many more...
There is a need for more community awareness and more public awareness about what domestic violence is, and third party intervention is critical. Often, men and women do not consider themselves victims after the first incident. Relatives, neighbors, friends need to speak up to stop violence. Getting help and identifying when there is a problem is important, it could save a life.