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Welcome to the online home of the Piney Creek Maintenance and Recreational Associations. A great place to live and a great place to play. This covenant controlled community of 1,851 homes is located southeast of metropolitan Denver, Colorado in the City of Centennial.
Piney Creek News
1st Quarter Chronicle
The Piney Creek Chronicle for the 1st quarter is available here. Registered users on this site can opt to receive an email notification when new editions are available. New users who are registering can opt in during the registration process. For users who have already registered, please click the link to update your profile, scroll down the page, and change your preferences.
See it, Hear it, Report It
The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens to report suspicious activity. Suspicious activity can be any person, act, event, vehicle or situation that appears questionable. Trust your instincts! If it “just doesn’t seem right” to you, that is when you should call the Sheriff’s Office.
• “See it”-- If you see suspicious activity, report it. The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office relies on early and accurate information from citizens in reporting suspicious activity. You and your neighbors can be the first to spot a burglar in or around a home, or a strange car in a driveway. Remember, lighting is considered to be the most cost effective deterrent to crime.
• “Hear it”-- Listen for suspicious activity. Unusual sounds or barking dogs can be caused by prowlers or suspicious vehicles. Everyone should get in the habit of looking outside their windows, especially if the noises wake you at night.
• “Report it”-- Remember, you are the eyes and ears of the Sheriff’s Office and your community. Report suspicious activity immediately. Anything that seems slightly out of place or “doesn’t look right” could be criminal activity. When calling, be sure to report the reason for your call and the location of the activity.
Watch July 4th Parade on Youtube
A video of the 4th of July parade is available on Youtube.
Hilltop Parking Permits
Attention Hilltop Homeowners:
The City of Centennial has been enforcing the $100 fine parking signs that are on your streets.
Electronics Recycling Event
On Saturday, May 3, Piney Creek had its first ever electronics recycling event. It was a huge success. There were few moments when one or more vehicles weren't leaving items. Over 30,000 pounds were recycled.

Board of Directors
Board of Director meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Piney Creek clubhouse (5800 S. Joplin Way). No meeting is held in December.
Meetings are open to all members; however, those persons wishing to appear on the agenda should contact the management company (303.369.1800) at least one week prior to the meeting date.

Area Events & News
Invitation for the 2nd Annual 911 Education Open House
Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 12:00pm to 4:00pm
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Centennial City Council District 4 Meeting
Thursday, May 14th at 6:30pm
Smoky Hill Library, 5430 S Biscay Cir
Cunningham Fire Protection District EMS Open House
Saturday May 30, 2015
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
See flyer
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Neighborhood Watch Newsletter

1st Quarter 2015  link

Timely Topics
CenCON - Centennial Council of Neighborhoods

Recent Crime & Safety Alerts  updated 2/5/15 (login required)

Annual Meeting
The Piney Creek Maintenance Association, Inc. and the Piney Creek Recreational Association, Inc. held the combined Annual Meeting on October 21st.
Three Directors were elected. Greg Cann and Bill Campbell were elected to serve 3-year terms. Carol Hawk was elected to serve the remaining 2 years of a vacant position.
2014 Annual Meeting Presentation (Powerpoint)
2014 Annual Meeting Presentation (PDF)
2014 Annual Meeting Minutes (draft, unapproved)

Upcoming Events

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Architectural Control
Reminder – ACC Approval Required
All exterior alterations and improvements to your home and landscape require approval from the Architectural Control Committee. Please get approval before painting your home, staining your fence, or replacing your roof.
ACC Reminder – Painting Your Home
When you paint your home, including using the same colors, you must submit an ACC application, including all paint colors covering; base, trim, roof-line, accent (front door, shutters) and garage doors.
Garage doors shall be painted the base color of the home.  In rare instances the ACC will look at trim color for the garage door, but it must look appropriate to the home.
Need Help Choosing Paint Colors?
The ACC worked with a local paint supplier to put together suggested paint colors that we feel are a good match for Piney Creek.  These books can be checked out at the club house with the community manager.  We’ve had a lot of wonderful comments from residents who did not know where to start to pick colors and have ended up with some gorgeous homes!
Please take advantage of this community benefit.  Don’t be afraid to request an ACC committee member come to your home to help if you need another opinion or guidance.
Approvable Roofing Material
The Architectural Control Committee has adopted, and the Board of Directors has ratified a change to the Architectural Guidelines to include a list of approvable roofing material for each filing. Click here for more information.

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