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The Commons Clubhouse was always scheduled to open when the community reaches around 500 homes sold and closed. Current projections predict this to be late 2021/2022, but this can change.
The District is a public entity funded by taxes, therefore requiring the amenities to be public. Because these are public areas, the Association has no ability to control activities in the area.
To accomplish the many tasks for which is its responsible, the Association must have operating funds for daily maintenance, repairs and administration, as well as adequate replacement reserve funds for major repairs or replacements for common property. In order to obtain these funds, all members within your community are required to pay assessments to the association. The Board of Directors will establish assessment rates each year and adopt the annual budget for your community.
While we work hard to contain expenses, periodic increases in your assessment may occur to cover the rising costs of operations and maintenance of your community. The Board of Directors will establish assessment rates each year and adopt the annual budget for your community.
Assessments are due January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1 of each year.
A quarterly payment statement for Association assessments will be mailed to the mailing address provided generally 30 days prior to the due date. Assessment payments must be received by the due date to avoid late fees.
James Spehalski, President
Roger Hollard, Vice President
C.J. Kirst, Treasurer
If you have something that you would like to communicate to the Board, please contact them through your Community Manager.
Contact the CCMC Emergency After Hours Line at 800-274-3165.
You can find your account number on your quarterly statement.
Don’t have your statement to reference? That’s okay! Email your name and Harmony street address to the Community Manager to request your account number.
Yes, The official Harmony Master Homeowners Association Facebook page can be found here.
As we do not recognize Facebook as an official communication channel, we ask that if residents have community questions or concerns, to please contact the appropriate staff member directly via email instead of messaging the Facebook page, as it is very easy for staff to miss a question.
The Harmony Happenings E-Blast is our publication for residents only. If you are not receiving the newsletter, please click here to sign up!
Per the CC&Rs, Article 10.12, landscaping must be installed within 180 days after closing. Please remember that all exterior modifications, additions to your home or any structural changes must have prior written approval from the Association. Download the Design Review Application and submit to your Community Manager to apply.
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Email Waste Connections directly at email@example.com and let them know that you live in the Harmony community. They will schedule bin delivery for you! Pick up day is Thursday with recycling picked up every other Thursday in week “A.” Download a copy of the Recycling Calendar here. You will be billed for trash/recycling service along with your quarterly assessments statement.
If you have questions, need to report a missed pick up, or request trash and recycle bins please contact Waste Connections directly at 303-791-3827.
Harmony’s mailboxes are managed by USPS. Keys can be picked up at the post office located at:
16890 E. Alameda Pkwy. Aurora, CO 80017
If you have questions, concerns, need new keys, broken key or mailbox, or any other mailbox related question please reach out to USPS directly as the Association does not maintain the boxes or have keys.
The Association is not responsible for homeowner utilities. If you have questions or concerns regarding your utilities or need to set up service, please contact the below companies that service the Harmony community.
Water – Aurora Water – 303-739-7388
Gas/Electric – Xcel Energy – 800-895-4999
As a homeowner, you are required to maintain your property and the sidewalks bordering your lot. This maintenance includes snow and ice removal and landscape care. Corner lot owners are responsible for the sidewalks on all sides of their lot, not just the front.
To ensure pedestrian safety, the City of Aurora code enforcement officers respond to citizen complaints concerning lack of snow and ice removal from sidewalks.
Contact Access Aurora at 303-739-7000 with any snow or ice removal concerns. Please wait 24 hours from the last snowfall before reporting a violation.
The streets within Harmony are maintained by the City of Aurora, including snow removal and other road maintenance. As of the 2020-2021 winter season, the City will plow Harmony’s feeder streets (Alameda, Robertsdale, and Ellsworth). Snow Removal maps are available on the City of Aurora’s website.
If you would like to voice a concern regarding the streets, please contact the City of Aurora directly at 303-739-7000.
The Powhaton Metropolitan District is responsible for providing limited snow removal service for District-controlled trails, parks, drive courts, and collector road sidewalks.
The Harmony Master Homeowners Association is responsible for snow and ice clearing at The Commons (amenity center) only.
Contact your Lifestyle Director with information about community volunteer opportunities.
Contact your Community Manager to report any maintenance issues in the common spaces.
The HOA does not have any information regarding home warranties. You will have to contact your builder’s warranty department directly.
Harmony is currently planned to have around 3900 homes at buildout. This number can change.
Per the City of Aurora, construction crews are permitted to work 24 hours a day within the following parameters:
Within the hours of 7 am – 5 pm construction crews are allowed to use machinery that falls within an industrial sound level such as the equipment being used in the community for home building.
If you believe that a builder is not following the parameters above you may file a complaint with Aurora Code Enforcement at 303-739-7280 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Association does not have the means to provide you with this information. However, the City of Aurora has an alert system set up for residents. Sign up to receive emergency alerts here.
This is not a matter that the HOA can monitor or provide violations for. Please call the Aurora Police Department non-emergency line (303-627-3100) to report the use of fireworks. In case of an emergency, always dial 911.
All pet restrictions and leash laws are put in place by the City of Aurora. Visit their website for information regarding their current pet laws.