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June 6, 2018 Association Meeting

The Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows Property Owners Association will meet at 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in the basement of the Association Building located at 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey.  We will have a guest speaker from waveGUARD™ Corporation to … Continue reading

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Guest Speaker for the June 2018 Association Meeting

There will be a guest speaker from waveGUARD™ Corporation at our next ECHPOA meeting on Wednesday, June 6, at 7 pm.  waveGUARD™ is an Exterior Wildfire Defense System.  When the flame detector is activated, a wave of water and fire … Continue reading

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Harris Park Shooting Range Fire

by Joyce Deming As many of you know, a fire started on Thursday, May 10, at the Harris Park Shooting Range.  Fortunately, the fire was limited to under 25 acres and 100% contained over the weekend. The potential for a … Continue reading

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Pond changes for Spring!

Thanks to Paul Ellis, Walt Wark, and Ed Montgomery, the dock was launched on April 15th.       May 5th, Paul and Karen Ellis mounted a new, second Life Ring and Rope at the east end of the pond, … Continue reading

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Seasonal Part-Time Job Opening

The Bailey Slash Site is seeking an attendant for the 2018 season.  The hours are: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 9am- 3pm, May through October.  This position involves public interaction and education.  The Bailey Slash Site is a community service to aid residents in … Continue reading

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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: https://echpoa.wordpress.com/fishing-pond/fishing-permits-for-park-county-residents

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