Spring Clean-Up Day
It was a rough start, but with patience, additional resources did arrive - the Dumpsters! We had many helping hands like Amy, Brendan and Emer Johnson, volunteers Patti Heber, Richard Simons and Bonnie Burke (who even brought homemade cookies!), Yvonne & Dillon Lionette and Christa & Bryan Golding. There were a lot of neighbors helping neighbors as we filled every bin to the top. Foxfield powerhouses Gene Rolfson, Greg Anderson and Chris Scoville made sure everything was being compacted and every ounce of space utilized. Terracare worked endlessly unloading and chipping branches. Republic delivered and removed bins seamlessly. Pam & Gene, our scrap metal collectors, left with a full load! Unfortunately we had to turn residents away because the day started with a flurry and the bins filled up fast. Thanks to Danae Johnson for the extra hands when exhaustion hit and tear down began. But the showers held off until the containers were removed. Whew!
Special thanks to Pam Thompson for organizing the site and the volunteers and making sure everything ran as smoothly as possible. Thanks to Randi for coordinating Republic, Terracare and scrap metal collection. Thank you to everyone who helped provide another Foxfield Clean-Up Day which is greatly appreciated by our residents!
Open Space Project
Many thanks to Debbie Bakarich and a group of students from Our Lady of Loreto who donated their time to do some cleaning up in our Open Space, as well as put up two bird houses and a dog waste station. This project was coordinated by Trustee Pam Thompson and her husband, Tim, who spent Saturday, April 27 working with the children.
Traffic Control Access Gates
The Town of Foxfield Board of Trustees has approved two traffic control access gates. There will be one on E. Fremont Avenue east of Parker Road and another on S. Richfield Street south of E. Hinsdale Avenue.
On April 18, SEH presented preliminary designs for the gates to the Board of Trustees. Costs and design for some changes were requested by the Board and the revised designs weere presented at the May 2 Board of Trustees meeting. The Board chose to move forward with Option 2 for the gate on E. Fremont Avenue. Final designs will be prepared and presented to the Board for approval within 2-4 weeks.
If you witness a coyote being more agressive than normal, such as trying to
attack a human or large dog, please call the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
at 303-795-4711 to report the incident. It is important to have any and
all unusually aggressive coyote attacks documented through the Sheriff's Office.
Open Burning Ban Rescinded
The Arapahoe County Sheriff has rescinded the Open Burning Ban.
Please use caution with any open flame fire as grasses and other fuels can dry out quickly and even a small fire can spread quickly.
Please refrain from buring during windy conditions and have a readily available water supply.
Please click here for information on recreational fires:
More information can be found on the For Residents tab on the left, under Fire Department.
Fireworks Ban still in effect
Arapahoe County has banned the sale and use of fireworks in unincorporated Arapahoe County due to the high fire danger. The Town of Foxfield follows fireworks and open burning bans to keep its residents safe.
This ban on fireworks is in effect for one year but may be rescinded if drought conditions improve. The ban does not apply to professional fireworks displays supervised by South Metro Fire personnel.
Town of Foxfield
P.O. Box 461450
Foxfield, CO 80046