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Cattle/Fence Chair Position Open

Bruce Rea would like to retire from the position of Cattle/Fence Chair.  The job entails communicating with the Forest Service and the rancher with grazing permission in Gold Creek, closing the gate and checking & repairing the fence each spring, and opening the gate in fall.  If this interests you, contact Bruce (brucerea3@msn.com) or any […]

2018 Community Chipping Program

We are again part of the Community Chipping Program to implement wildfire mitigation around our cabins. For more information and to register, go to this URL: cowildfire.org/chipping.

Trees Marked on Grasshopper

Some trees were marked on Grasshopper in error.  There will be an effort to cover over the marks.  Rather than tree thinning, this year’s project will be to remove stumps along Highline Drive and Fossil View Road.

Board Change Announcement

Newly elected John Hart will take the secretary position vacated by Gary Bandy.  All other board members remain in their previous offices.

Notice on Temporary Road and Spring Closures

Upper Armstrong Road between Chicago Park Road and Armstrong Spring loading station will be closed for construction May 21 – June 10, 2018. Armstrong Spring loading station will be closed all Summer, 2018. Water will be available at all other loading stations with No Name Station located at Grasshopper and Skeleton Gulch intersection being the […]


Upcoming Meetings/Events

July 20 at 9 am – Construction Volunteers Needed

Ivan Mason is leading the volunteer effort to construct the water treatment plant building.  Friday’s work is putting steel up.  Call Ivan at 620.388.2823 and volunteer.  Or just show up.

Next Board Meeting – August 10, 2018

4 pm at Lawana’s cabin, 2600 Highline.  Non-board members need to bring their own chairs.  

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Protect Your Cabin from Wildfires

Cabins are vulnerable to the ravages of wildfire. To help protect your property, your first defense is to establish a defensive zone around your structures.  Every year, hundreds of homes and outbuildings are destroyed by wildfire. Many of these structures could have been saved if cabin owners, and homeowners, had followed some simple suggestions   […]

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