Monthly Archives: April 2018

Colorado Fire Danger!

Fire Danger!  The state is so dry!  Snow and rain fall have been well below the average for the whole season.  Thank goodness for what we received in April as we almost caught up to last year’s snowpack, but is … Continue reading

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Park County Residents can purchase annual fishing permits

Note – Residents living within the Elk Creek Highlands and Meadows subdivisions may still obtain their ECHPOA membership and fishing permit with 4 badges for only $65.  For more information go to:

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Firewise Community Work Day & Monthly Association Meeting

Firewise Community Work Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 28th.  It will begin at 9 a.m. with a 15 minute mitigation training presentation, assess the needs of our neighbors, and then develop a plan of action.  The Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows … Continue reading

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Park County Public Works will be Tree Cutting

Written by:  Greg Kasparek, Right of Way Manager, Park County Public Works Park County Public Works will be conducting limbing, tree cutting and other vegetation control measures in the County Right-of-Way this summer.  We will only be working in the … Continue reading

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Firewise Community Work Day – April 28th

If you are interested in becoming involved, able to volunteer, or need volunteer help to mitigate your property, please contact our ECHPOA Firewise Committee listed below.  On Saturday, April 28th, we will all meet at 9am in the basement of the ECHPOA … Continue reading

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Harris Park Shooting Range – Less Than a Year Later

It has been less than a year since volunteers from our community spent 2 days cleaning up the trash left behind at the Harris Park Shooting Range and the area now again looks like a trash site! On March 30th, Channel 7 News … Continue reading

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