Organizations within Heritage Hills
Homeowners Association (HOA)
The HOA was formed on
January 30, 1996 and it handles covenant enforcement, design reviews (external changes to homeowner's property) and community events. The HOA does not operate and/or maintain any property in Heritage Hills.
HOA dues are billed in December and collected annually in January. All Heritage Hills Homeowners are members of the HOA.
The HOA is a non-profit corporation.
Design Review Committee (DRC)
DRC members are appointed by the HOA Board.
The DRC is charged with protecting and enhancing the quality and value of Heritage Hills and does so by reviewing improvements and approving those which are consistent with the Design Standards.
The District was organized by order and decree of the District Court in
Douglas County on July 12, 1996 and was established for the purpose of providing, operating and maintaining facilities including public street improvements, storm sewer facilities and park and recreation facilities. These services include maintaining all common areas and Heritage Hills streets including street snow removal. The most recent Service Plan was filed
January 3, 2018.
The District is funded through real estate taxes.
The District is a special district. Special Districts in Colorado are local governments, i.e., political subdivisions of the state, which make up a third level of government in the United States. (The federal and state governments are the other two levels.)
Boards and Management
The HOA and the District each have their own Board of Directors and their own management company.
All of the HOA Board members are Heritage Hills homeowners and the management company that supports the HOA is Keystone.
The District Board members are all Heritage Hills homeowners and the management company that supports the District is CliftonLarsonAllen LLP (CLA).
Board meeting dates and times of both boards may be found on the calendar.