Saturday, August 28 11am-2pm Elmgreen Park (near the high school) Includes All Neighbors on Floyd Hill, Saddleback, Beaver Brook, and Grand Preserve Pot Luck: Bring a Dish to Share Bring your own chairs RSVP Online! FHAPOA will provide: Paper Plates & Napkins Flat Ware Water & Sodas
Please join us at 8am, this Saturday, September 18, at the CDOT lot at the corner of Homestead/Beaver Brook & Hyland Dr. Please view this training video to prepare: https://www.codot.gov/programs/adopt-a-highway/videos.html Safety Vests and Trash Bags will be provided. STUDENTS: This is a great way to complete service hours and help
Monday, May 10, 2021 @ 6pm Please join us for our bi-monthly meeting on Zoom. We have several upcoming events to schedule and we would love your input. Topic: Floyd Hill Zoom Meeting Time: May 10, 2021 06:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82006884558?pwd=RE5YQ3lybi9kSDRLc3F2S3JzNjRlQT09 Meeting ID:
TONIGHT–Monday, 3/8, 7pm, Evergreen Fire at FHAPOA meeting. Join us tonight at 7pm for our virtual March Floyd Hill HOA meeting (email email@example.com for login information), with a special presentation by Evergreen Fire about: Forecasted fire threat Tips for fire prevention Opportunity for neighborhood broad scale grants, likely to
Happy New Year FHAPOA Members! We are sending you this notice of a FHAPOA zoom meeting we have scheduled for Monday, January 11, at 7pm. We sent out a newsletter to all Floyd Hill residents in mid November via USPS and are concerned that you will not get the
Membership Renewal As 2020 comes to an end, it is time to invite all of our new neighbors to join our community of property owners. Membership is $35/year and comes with benefits that far outweigh the expense. Watch your mailbox, membership forms will be delivered in just a few weeks!
To: All Clear Creek County Employees From: Clear Creek County Office of Emergency Management RE: Emergency Notifications and Preparedness Date: 07/02/2012 Please share the following information with the people who report to you. In turn, ask that they share the information with members of their departments. There
Ideas on how to assist EFR. EFR is so thankful for all the generous offers and donations during the Elephant Butte Fire. We have been overwhelmed! We are suggesting instead of cookies, water and food, you can help us by helping yourself and your neighborhoods with the following three ideas: