Winter Park Highlands Association
Winter Park Highlands Association is a voluntary association offering membership to all property owners in Winter Park Highlands, Tabernash, Colorado. Your membership supports WPHA in providing valuable services and making our community a better place to live. Every property owner in the Highlands faces challenges that arise from living in the mountains, from clearing snow in the winter to protecting our properties from fire danger in the summer. Facing such challenges on our own can be daunting. Being a member of the Association allows each of us to benefit from collective strength. Join us and be a part of the future of the Highlands!
CONSTRUCTION OF CISTERN NO. 3 IS COMPLETE
Work on Cistern No. 3 located at the corner of Blue Jay and Elkhorn is done. Details on our Firewise page. As you know, we are $30,000 short of funds needed to pay the rest of the bills for construction of this cistern. Here's some good news: our past President and steadfast friend and supporter has snared an additional $8,000 from the Bureau of Land Management (the agency that granted us funds for construction of both Cistern No. 3 and Cistern No. 1) to help us defray our remaining expenses on Cistern No. 3. Thanks, Bob! Our matching donation challenge is still open - see our Firewise page for details.
MAPS AVAILABLE ON OUR MAPS PAGE
Interactive Map: CompassData, owned by WPH resident Brant Howard, has created a magnificent interactive map of the Highlands that can be viewed using Google Earth.
Static Map of the Highlands: view and available to buy.
Static Map of Grand County: view only.
Static Map of the Highlands showing WPHA membership: view only.
NEW Firewise Community Boundary Map: view only.
All of these maps can be accessed on our Maps page.
WPHA PARTICIPATION IS AVAILABLE TO
NON-HIGHLANDS PROPERTY OWNERS
Participation in WPHA as an Honorary Associate is available to property owners outside of Winter Park Highlands. See our Community News page for details and updates.
USE PAYPAL FOR DUES AND DONATIONS
See our Dues and Donations page for information and for our autofill membership application forms. Buttons are now active for payment of 2017 dues if you want to pay early.
NEWS ON ACCESS TO GRANBY RANCH TRAILS
Please check our Red Gate Access page for an update on emergency and recreational access to Granby Ranch trails along CR 8514 through the Red Gate. Also, please note that parking along the Baer/Schwartz driveway at the top of Lions Lane is no longer available.
ASSOCIATION DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE TO ALL
Financial documents, board meeting minutes, and annual meeting minutes are now available without restriction on our Documents page.
HIGHLANDS WEATHER DATA
Want to know more about the weather in the Highlands? Check out four different webcams as well as current weather data at Highlands Weather Data, courtesy of our neighbor, Mark Bobier.
DATA ON WPH AND WPHA
See our Members Only page for information on Highlands property owners culled from the County Assessor's website. Then see our Statistics and Charts page for charts that provide interesting information on the Winter Park Highlands subdivision and Winter Park Highlands Association. Want to know more about the WPHA Board? Go to Our Board.
PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL?
The Architectural Control Committee is available to help you navigate the Winter Park Highlands Covenants so you may complete your project without a hitch. Don't hesitate to reach out to them. See our Building Plans page.
TIPS FOR BEING "FIREWISE" ALL YEAR LONG
WINTER PARK HIGHLANDS RECEIVES NATIONAL ATTENTION FOR ITS FIREWISE EFFORTS
Check out the article published on the national Firewise website, including a photo of our second cistern near completion (more on that below). Also see our WPHA Firewise Case Study - it is amazing how much we have accomplished in the last nine years. Thanks to board member Karen Bishop for authoring the study.
USAA OFFERS REDUCED INSURANCE RATES
Here's another benefit of WPHA's Firewise status - reduced insurance rates. Details on our Firewise page.
GRAND COUNTY FIRE RESTRICTIONS LIFTED AS OF SEPTEMBER 1
On September 1, 2016 at 2:30 PM, the Grand County Board of County Commissioners voted to suspend the fire restrictions that had been in place for unincorporated Grand County. These restrictions had been in place since July 15, 2016 and have consistently been evaluated since that time. Due to cooler temperatures and low relative humidity, the fire danger in the County has decreased, which has allowed for this change in restriction status.
IMPORTANT UPDATES ON THE
TRASH AND RECYCLING PROGRAM
NEW CLASSIFIED AD
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