Pheasant Creek Homeowner's Association, 
Lakewood, CO

Managed by:

Hammersmith Management

(click above link to access property management website)

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Welcome to the Pheasant Creek Homeowners Association website! 

Board of Directors meetings are held the last Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at The Bridge Church located across Kipling from the community at 3101 S. Kipling St., Lakewood, CO in Adult Room #1 on the lower level. Homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings. There is a homeowner's forum held at the beginning of every meeting.

 

JUST A REMINDER.........Common areas are for the enjoyment of all our residents. 

 

  • Be considerate of all your fellow homeowners and keep noise to a minimum.

  • Please remove trash cans from walks after pick-up and be sure not to use fronts, backyards, and decks for storage of personal items.  Park in your own spot or one of the unmarked guest spaces. Abandoned or unlicensed cars will be towed at the owners expense. Since this is a community for all, auto repair projects are not permitted.

  • Make sure you clean up after your pets in the common areas and especially in your backyards

  • Please pick up after your children (bikes and toys shouldn't be left out).  We know the kids in the community love to play outside; be sure to clean up their candy wrappers, cups, toys, bicycles, etc.

About

Pheasant Creek is a townhome community located in Lakewood, Colorado. We have 398 units, a swimming pool, playground and many beautiful common areas in a park-like setting. 

Assessments

Your assessments cover maintenance and repair of all common areas including the swimming pool, parking lots, and playground areas; water and sewer for the entire community; trash and recycle service; snow removal; lawn care; maintenance and repair of the outside walls, fences, and roofs of all units; painting of all units; and insurance on all structures located in the community.

Violations

We understand that no one likes to get a violation notice, but unfortunately, there are times it has to be done to maintain the property.  If you're not sure what the rules and regulations are, please refer to the booklet you received when you moved in.  
The first violation notice is just a warning.  If the problem isn't solved after the first warning letter, subsequent letters will be sent out and you may be fined.  

Projects

There is a long list of projects and repairs that need to be completed on a very limited budget.  The Association has been able to complete some of the work and the remaining projects have been prioritized and will be completed as funds are available.