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Welcome to the website of the Colorado Mountain Estates Property Owners Association.  This website was developed to provide information and resources to those who own property in CME, and also for prospective property owners.  To have access to the Members section you must own property in CME.  If, after looking through the site, you still have questions or suggestions, please feel free to Contact Us.
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From The Board
Please, let’s all be respectful of others. Construction dumpsters are not there for your convenience.  They are on the construction site for construction debris only.  We have reports of people throwing mattresses as well as garbage in these dumpsters.  If you are seen illegally throwing trash in these dumpsters, we have been informed by the contractors that you will be reported to the sheriff and they will press charges.  

Fire Safety is Top Priority For CMEPOA
Fire Safety is a top priority for Colorado Mountain Estates; however, it takes the entire community to accomplish this. Most of us know what the Home Ignition Zone is, but there is more involved than just that.  more>>>

Owner Profile
Please be sure to fill out your owner profile and periodically update it any time you have changes. 

Neighborhood News
September & October Financials Posted
Posted on Nov 19th, 2023
The September & October Financials Summaries have been posted on the website.
October Board Meeting Minutes Posted
Posted on Nov 11th, 2023
The minutes for the October CMEPOA Board meeting have been posted on the website.
Agendas for the Annual and June Board Meetings on the Website
Posted on Jun 5th, 2023
The agendas for the Annual and June CMEPOA Board meetings have been placed on the website.
Bullion Fire - Lessons Learned
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2022

Please Respect Our Beautiful Community
There has been quite a bit of trash that has been thrown or blown into the ditches along our roadsides. If there is trash in your vehicle, please throw it out in your trash receptacle within your residence – do not toss it out your car window. We believe that much of the trash has been created by construction workers; however, it could additionally be caused by short-term renters and even a few residents. If you have a short-term rental, please remind your renters to respect this community.
Do not dump ashes from wood stoves or fireplaces in the grass.  One smoldering ember can ignite a deadly fire. Dispose of your ash in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. 
Trash is unsafe for our wildlife, as well as having the potential to cause a fire by tossing cigarette butts out the window. A cigarette butt hitting the grass can lead to a disaster.
Also, please remember to clean up after your dog. It is a simple act to tie a couple of “Poop bags” to your leash when you walk them.
Keep our community the wonderful, beautiful area that we are all blessed to be able to live in. Thank you.

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CMEPOA Board Meeting Location Change
The CMEPOA Board meetings are now being held at The Grange in Florissant - across from Ace Hardware 

Upcoming Events
Coffee Klatch
Thursday, December 14, 2023
Come and meet new friends and neighbors.

CMEPOA 2022 Recap & Focus
The new members of the CME board just completed their first full year.  It has been a learning experience for us all.  Among the accomplishments of the board over the past year: 1) Arranging for the removal of the RV that was sitting at Lake Magnuson with the help of some very active residents.  Read more...

Welcome New Neighbors
More than a destination at the end of the day, a community is a place you want to call home and where you feel at home. There is a difference between living in a community and being part of that community. Being part of a community means sharing with your neighbors a common desire to promote harmony and contentment.
Welcome to Colorado Mountain Estates. We encourage all residents to participate in making our Community the best that it can be for all of us.
Contact The CME Board by using the Contact Us form on this website to find out how you can help. Let us know of your interests and expertise. There is plenty to do.

Homeowners’ Association Task Force
The Homeowners’ Association Task Force has been created by HB23-1105 with its members to be appointed by August 1, 2023. The purpose of the task force is to examine issues confronting HOA homeowners’ rights, including an HOA’s fining authority and practices, foreclosure practice, and communications with HOA homeowners regarding association processes and homeowner rights and responsibilities. If you have questions about the task force, please contact the HOA Information Office and Resource Center, which is a program of the Division of Real Estate. You may find more information about this program, including contact information, at the HOA Center of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

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