Information From The Association
2013 Pool Information for Copperleaf Residents: The Copperleaf Arboretum Pool will open on May 25, 2013. Please click here for 2013 pool rules and hours of operation. Residents must have a key FOB in order to gain access to the pool, and must be members in good standing (i.e., dues must be current and no outstanding covenant violations). Please apply well in advance of the pool opening to avoid delays in your access to the pool. Click here for the Copperleaf Resident Application form.
Arboretum Clubhouse Rental Information: The Arboretum Clubhouse is available for Copperleaf residents to rent for special occasions. Click here for the rental agreement and clubhouse rules. Photos of the interior are available in the Photo Gallery section of this web site. Please plan ahead as the clubhouse is frequently booked and our security service cannot accommodate last minute requests.
Copperleaf Events Calendar: The Copperleaf Events Calendar (click here) is designed to keep Copperleaf residents informed of upcoming events that are available to residents. Occasionally, events times, dates or locations will change on short notice so check with the management company (303-466-2432) if you are uncertain about attending a specific event.
Join A Committee! The Association is in the process of forming several committees. We encourage you to become involved in your community by joining a committee. Click here to obtain the Committee Interest Survey. You may either mail or fax your completed response to the addresses on the form.
Neighborhood Watch is a great way to help safeguard your neighborhood. For more information on how to start a Neighborhood Watch on your block, please click here. Deputy Brian McKnight, Arapahoe County Crime Prevention Specialist, can be contacted at (720) 874-3740 for assistance with starting this program.
Recycling Update - Waste Management is proud to announce that Single Stream Recycling is now in your neighborhood. With Single Stream Recycling all items can go in the same container, there is no need to sort. Waste Management is also able to accept more items than ever before. Acceptable Items: Aluminum Food and Beverage Containers, Glass Food and Beverage Containers, Tin Cans, #1 and #2 plastic bottleneck containers, #3-#7 plastic bottles, Newspapers, Corrugated Cardboard (cut into 2fts. by 2ft. pieces), Magazines, Catalogs, Cereal Boxes, Telephone Books, Printer and Copier Paper, and Junk Mail. Click here for the current recycling calendar.
Fence Stain - Staining your fence is not required. However, if you want to stain your fence, the Association requires that certain fence stains be used. In addition to using a clear, non-pigmented preservative, two other pigmented stains are permitted: