Ice Cream Social
Sunday, September 7 at 2 p.m. at the Barn
Join your neighbors for ice cream, games and sharing stories about your summer!
Evergreen Highlands is a 230-home convenanted community nestled in the scenic foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Located about 35 miles from downtown Denver and only 53 miles from the Continental Divide, Evergreen Highlands is a vibrant community that is also a perfect jumping-off point for enjoying the city or the mountains. The community's amenities include tennis courts, a playground, fishing in the pond, volleyball and many social events. Our community also features stables and a historic barn where events and meetings are held. Evergreen Highlands is a great place to live and play!
|Evergreen Highlands includes a 22.3 acre common area that is the epicenter of life in the neighborhood! Amenities include a trout pond, volleyball court, tennis courts, stables, a softball field and a playground. The centerpiece of the Commons is a historic barn that provides a gathering place for social events and meetings.|
Evergreen Highlands has an active Home Owner's Association that is guided by convenants. Residents who want to make changes to the exterior of their properties should review the covenants and contact the ACC committee chair if approval is needed.
|Located in Jefferson County, Evergreen Highlands boasts access to some of the finest public and private schools in the state. Public schools include Marshdale Elementary, West Jefferson Middle School and Conifer High School. Marshdale Elementary was recently rated "Excellent" by the State of Colorado. Private school like Evergreen Academy and Montessori also are close by. A charter school of Jefferson County is also in the area.|
Bears and Foxes
Please do not leave trash cans out overnight during the months when bears are active (March-November). Wait to put cans out on the morning of pick-up. Bears' sense of smell is 100 times more sensitive than ours: bears can smell food five miles away. Bears also have great memories; once they find a food source, they will return, becoming a hazard to people and pets.
Please do not feed foxes or other wild animals. The ecosystem supplies adequate food for native species. According to Wildlife Officers, feeding wild animals develops dependency and encourages aggressive behavior towards pets and people.
See the "Living with wildlife" tab at left for helpful information from the Colorado Division of wildlife.
Map and Driving Directions
|Evergreen Highlands is located 4 miles north on North Turkey Creek Road (from 285) and 2 miles south of the intersection of Highway 73 and North Turkey Creek Road (which is where the following map and driving direction links will take you).|
Please note that the speed limit in Evergreen Highlands is 25 MPH. Most roads are hilly and winding, so driving even slower is often important for the safety of drivers, passengers, pedestrians and the wild animals that live among us.