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Monday, August 21, 2023
Perry Park Fire Mitigation Grant Application The Perry Park Metro District (PPMD) will be applying for a grant to complete fire mitigation projects on community owned properties within Perry Park. The proposed grant would reimburse PPMD and any participating homeowners 50% of the project costs
Saturday, July 29, 2023
Perry Park Evacuation Drill Announcement August 26, 2023 Perry Park Evacuation Drill Set for August 26th The Perry Park Metro District (PPMD), in partnership with Douglas County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management (DCSO-EM), will be conducting an evacuation drill for Perry Park residents on
Monday, July 10, 2023
Preventing Ember Ignitions for $500 or less Saturday, July 15th, from 9:00-12:00. Location: 6867 Pike Place. Sponsored by the Perry Park Firewise Committee Embers are the number one cause of home losses from wildfires. Learn how embers ignite structures and simple ways to prevent them from burning
Monday, June 12, 2023
Firewise Class: Extreme Gardening- Taming the Scrub Oak Monster, will be held Saturday, June 17th from 9:00 to 11:00 for Perry Park residents. Location is on the west side of Red Rock Circle (by 7735 Red Rock Circle). Whether you love or hate scrub oak (aka Gambel oak or oak brush), come and learn
Monday, June 12, 2023
Phase 3 of the Upper Cheyenne Wildfire Mitigation Project has begun. Cheyenne Drive, from the gate to the Bear Creek culvert crossing, is temporarily closed for public safety. Please do not hike, bike, horseback ride or drive in this area. It is estimated this closure will be in effect for 2-4 weeks
Wednesday, June 7, 2023
Here are results for our Spring 2023 survey: https://tinyurl.com/y9du85cw NOTE: because of Microsoft Forms limitations, you will need to hover over some of the answers which Microsoft Forms shortens, if you want to see the full text. For example, the second response on Question 9 will show this if
Saturday, February 18, 2023
At the request of the Perry Park Metropolitan District’s Board of Directors, Douglas County has assumed access control for motorized vehicles for that area and anyone requesting access to the Upper Cheyenne area should contact Mr. Sean Owens at 303-660-7328.