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The Dunes Park Neighborhood

The Dunes Park neighborhood is a covenant-controlled community that is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Highway 85 and 112th Avenue in Commerce City. The neighborhood is comprised of 250 single family homes, 76 townhome units and 106 undeveloped lots zoned for the construction of additional townhome units.

Recreational amenities within the neighborhood include a pool, park and walking path (on the north end of the neighborhood).

The neighborhood is surrounded by an abundance of open space, farm fields and undeveloped land but is also less than a 30-minute drive away from downtown Denver and the Denver International Airport. In addition, the neighborhood is less than one mile from the eastern bank of the Platte River and occasionally becomes the nesting grounds for our national bird, the bald eagle!

The Metro District

The Riverdale Dunes Metropolitan District No 1 (the District) is a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado. The District's boundaries wholly encompass the Dunes Park neighborhood and the District's board of directors is elected solely by Colorado registered voters living and/or owning property within the Dunes Park neighborhood. The purpose of the District is to (1) collect property taxes to repay the debt incurred to finance the development of the neighborhood, (2) maintain the open spaces and recreational facilities within the neighborhood, (3) monitor and enforce the Dunes Park restrictive covenants and maintenance standards applicable to every private lot and (4) provide architectural review services in accordance with the neighborhood's restrictive covenants.

As of January 1, 2013, the District assumed the responsibilities previously performed by the neighborhood's master HOA (i.e. Dunes master Owners Association, Inc.).

Metro District Board Meeting Schedule
November 11, 2019 (Monday) Regular board meeting - 2020 budget hearing [Agenda]
March 16, 2020 (Monday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
May 18, 2019 (Monday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
July 20, 2019 (Monday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
Sept. 14, 2020 (Monday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
November 16, 2020 (Monday) Regular board meeting - 2021 budget hearing [Agenda]

All board meetings - regular and special - are open to the public and are held at 6:00pm at the Belle Creek Family Center at 10693 Belle Creek Blvd Commerce City, CO 80640.

Neighborhood Rules & Restrictions
The Dunes Park neighborhood is a covenant-controlled community. The rules and restrictions are embodied in three documents - the Declaration, the Architectural Guidelines and the Covenant Enforcement Policy.

The Declaration
The Declaration contains the basic covenants and restrictions for Harvest Meadows. Article 4 of the Declaration assigns powers to the Architectural Committee to establish guidelines, standards, rules, regulations and procedures for the neighborhood. Article 3 of the Declaration establishes various restrictions on the use and maintenance of Lots within Dunes Park. Some of these restrictions are explicit and some are not - but the Declaration allows all rules to interpreted and clarified by the District Board. Any changes to the Declaration must be approved by a vote of the homeowners.

Click HERE to go to the document library to download a copy of the Declaration document.

Architectural Guidelines
The Architectural Guidelines provides guidelines, standards, rules, regulations and procedures for installing, removing or modifying improvements on homeowners' Lots, including the house exterior. The Guidelines also provide the minimum standards for maintaining landscaping, the home exterior and other improvements on homeowners' Lots. The District Board - in consultation with the Architectural Committee - is responsible for updating and changing the Guidelines.

Click HERE to go to the webpage where you can download a copy of the Architectural Guidelines.

Covenant Enforcement Policy
To ensure homeowners comply with the rules, restrictions and standards established by the Declaration and the Architectural Guidelines, the District Board has established covenant enforcement policies and procedures. These policies and procedures document the District Board's written course of action for enforcing the rules, restrictions and standards established in the Declaration and the Architectural Guidelines. The District Board may change its enforcement policies and procedures as it deems necessary.

Click HERE to go to the document library to download a copy of the District Board's covenant enforcement policies and procedures.


 

 
 

 

The Lakes at Dunes Park

Beginning in October 2016, All-Pro Capital began construction of 106 town home units within the town home subdivision. Floor plans range from 1,550 sqft to 1,821 sqft. These brand new town homes are being marketed and sold through Pink Realty. Click HERE to learn more about the newest additions to the Dunes Park neighborhood.

For additional information, pricing and availability, visit at  www.LakesatDunes.com or call (720) 828-7465 or send an email to LakesatDunes@PinkRealty.com.


 

DUNES PARK IS ON FACEBOOK!

In 2013, the residents created a Facebook page for the Dunes Park neighborhood. Please note the District does not manage or monitor this site. Click on the Facebook icon below to jump to the Dunes Park Facebook site.

 

Trash Service
  Commerce City provides weekly trash pick-up service to the neighborhood through its contractor - Waste Management. Any questions or concerns about trash service should be directed to Waste Management at (800) 482-6406.

Additional information about your trash service can be found in the following flyer published by the City:

Trash Service Flyer
 
Important Dates to Remember
 
Trash pick-up is provided by Commerce City and occurs weekly on Wednesdays. If a holiday occurs on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of any given week, trash pick-up service is moved back to Thursday.

South Adams County Water & Sanitation District shuts off the irrigation water supply between October 15th and April 15th each year.  (All District residents' sprinkler systems are hooked into the irrigation water system.)