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This site is meant for the use of current and future homeowners located in the Saddle Rock Ranches community. Here you will find links to the minutes of meetings held by the East Arapahoe Metropolitan Tax District, the HOA, the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) as well as other information related to our neighborhood.

​If you have any questions or need to reach someone on the HOA or EAMD, please click below:

May , 2024

Location: Grandview HS
Room L200

(meeting minutes will be uploaded as soon as 
received from board)
Contact Us
Phone Contact for Neighborhood Representative: 303.809.1014

If you would like to send your dues or have official correspondence
please send to:

SRR HOA, PO Box 460492 Aurora, CO 80046
Sport Court Etiquette

The courts are now ready for pickleball. Tennis can be played although the net might be slightly low. 
 Basketball hoop and lines are operational as well. 

 Please note: the only contact with the surface is non-black soled court shoes and appropriate balls. No wheels of any kind – skateboard, rollerblades, bikes etc are NOT allowed. Also, no other equipment such as ball machines, hockey type goals are allowed. 

Please use benches outside the fence and refrain from putting portable chairs on the court surface. Let's all protect the court surface so it looks good and performs well for years to come.  

Please limit play to 1 hour if others are waiting.

Please dispose of your trash appropriately

City of Centennial 
Opens Location for Tree Limb Drop-Off

The recent snowstorm brought some heavy, wet snow to the area resulting in broken tree limbs throughout Centennial. 
Starting Saturday, March 23 through Saturday, March 30, the City will open a drop-off location to bring broken tree limbs. The City’s Eagle Street Facility located at 7272 S. Eagle Street will be open from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. for limb drop off. Mulch will be made available for removal from the public on a self-service basis from April 6 through April 7.

What to know before you go:

You must show proof that you are a Centennial resident (drivers license, Colorado ID, utility bill, etc.).
You may only drop off branches and limbs 6-inches or less in diameter.
You MAY NOT drop tree stumps, yard waste, sod, fencing, landscape logs, trash of any kind, etc.
You will be required to unload your own tree limbs.
We encourage neighbors to work with neighbors to help with tree limb drop off.