Highlands Ranch Real Estate - Fence Replacement Program Has Begun

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Highlands Ranch Living - Fence Replacement Project is Underway!

While you have been driving around Highlands Ranch this spring or summer, you probably have seen the beginnings of a huge project, particularly if you have traveled Venneford Ranch Road west of University Blvd. 

The Highlands Ranch Metro District has started the Fence Replacement Project which will span into the years to come but frankly it is going to be well worth it.  The fences in some of the areas were really needed repair and I have to say that I think what they have chosen looks great.  The document that they have on-line at the Highlands Ranch Metro Districts web site has detailed information about what was chosen and the schedule of what will be done when.  Just go to their site at www.highlandsranch.org and on the right column you will see an item to link to the Fence Replacement Program document.   That report also shows a map of exactly what fences will be done - generally speaking its the fences that back to a road, and not another home that is already maintained by HRMD.  But definitely take a peak at the report for clarification, it is packed full of information.

It is going to be a long product spanning over several years with a little done at a time.  The newer parts of Highlands Ranch are of course at the end of the schedule since their fences are the newest right now to begin with.


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We do have some friends that live along the area on Venneford that has already been done and they said overall they were pleased about how quick their section was done.  I am sure it is a minor inconvenience to have your fence removed but all in all it looks like the crews are doing what they can to keep it timely and organized and it sure does look great so far.  This first photo below shows the old fence down just before the new one goes up and you can see a little of the orange snow fence that has been put up as a temporary barrier.

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I would say that this is a welcomed addition face lift in Highlands Ranch.

Steve Scheer, RE/MAX Masters, Inc.
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Larry Bettag
Cherry Creek Mortgage Illinois Residential Mortgage License LMB #0005759 Cherry Creek Mortgage NMLS #: 3001 - Saint Charles, IL
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Nice area...I was just golfing out there this past Tuesday.  Beautiful scenery.

Jul 12, 2008 03:16 AM #1
Steve Scheer
Realty Oasis - Metro Brokers - Highlands Ranch, CO
Highlands Ranch Real Estate - Denver Real Estate

Larry - Hope you enjoyed your visit.

Jul 12, 2008 08:34 AM #2
Thesa Chambers
Fred Real Estate Group - Bend, OR
Principal Broker - Licensed in Oregon

Steve - so the area has fences between back yards and so then you only have to fence the sides?

Jul 12, 2008 04:42 PM #3
Steve Scheer
Realty Oasis - Metro Brokers - Highlands Ranch, CO
Highlands Ranch Real Estate - Denver Real Estate

Thesa - In Highlands Ranch The HRMD put in the the fences of the homes that back to a road - so this project pertains to that.  I don't think every single fence like that is on this plan - the ones that are on the more main roadways are.   So, in that case - yes - when the home was constructed the home owners just needed to take care of side fences.  The map on the linked document above shows the entire area and what they are doing, so that will give you a better idea. 

But for any other homes, backing to another house for example - no - they don't put the back fences in.  That is between the homeowners to get up themselves & maintain usually.   Hope that helps clarify some.

Jul 13, 2008 02:09 AM #4
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