Frisco Terrace and Wiborg Park | Filings No. 1 | Summit County, Colorado
The purposes for which the Frisco Terrace Property Owners Association (FTPOA) is formed are to promote the general health, safety and welfare of the Property Owners of lots located within Frisco Terrace, Filing No. 1 and Wiborg Park, Filing No. 1 in Frisco, Colorado. Homeowners in Frisco Terrace and Wiborg Park Filings No. 1 are reminded that association covenants and Summit County zoning and building regulations are in force and all existing and new construction must comply.
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Two calves on Highwood Terrace, May 2019.
Last updated 5.11.2021
Claudine Norden, HOA Vice President, will speak at public comment at the BOCC meeting, Tuesday, May 11 at 1:30PM regarding accountability to our neighborhood road maintenance and reconstruction. PLEASE ATTEND VIA ZOOM to show your support of this effort. You do not need to speak, but your presence on Zoom will help make a statement to our County Commissioners and Town Management.
Please use the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81410612400? pwd=T0dTNkh0YjBGQjUyV3MvSXpiUWI4dz09 Passcode: 3SxZT^=$Yz Or Telephone: 346 248 7799 or 669 900 9128 or 253 215 8782 or 312 626 6799 or 646 558 8656 or 301 715 8592 Webinar ID: 814 1061 2400 Passcode: 3763617751
SAVE THE DATE for the Frisco Terrace/Wiborg Park Annual Meeting: Sunday, August 29, 3:00-4:30PM. Location: TBD and option to attend via Zoom
Did you know that you now need a permit for a backyard campfire? It's a new county regulation. Fortunately, you can get a permit for FREE if you live in the Summit Fire & EMS service area (Copper Mountain, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne, Wildernest, Summit Cove, Montezuma and the lower Blue River) through the district’s Community Connect portal at https://www.communityconnect.io/info/co-summit. Permanent fire pits, portable fire places and chimineas all are allowed as long as they have screens over the tops to contain any flying embers. Sign up today!
Mama moose and her two calves have been frequenting our neighborhood all winter and spring. Please be mindful of giving them their space.
A bear has been visiting bird feeders on Highwood Terrace. PLEASE put trash cans out the morning of pick-up.
If you are out of town for an extended period of time, see vehicles speeding and/or rolling through stop signs, or have any other concerns, CALL Summit County Sheriff's non-emergency line at (970) 668-8600 and request extra watch.
***To have something posted for the membership, please email Claudine Norden***