Cheyenne Creek Metropolitan Park And Water District

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The Cheyenne Creek Metropolitan Park & Water District was begun in 1981 in order to maintain a consistent flow of water in the Cheyenne Creek.  The District area follows Cheyenne Creek.

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Are Covenants Enforced Anymore?

Have noticed quite a few boats and trailers in the front of houses (yes, even on Chancellor near the low-rent district) and thought that it was against covenants to store things like that in front of... more
Started: March 3rd 2000Replies: 2

CONCERNED ABOUT THE HOA?

I'm concerned about the practices of the HOA. If you are concerned as well, please post your concerns to the website. more
Started: March 8th 2007Replies: 3

Road Problems - Solved!

Just an update, since the gravel road problems in Rustic Hills Acres have been solved.   Through admirable work by the volunteer Board, most residents have signed up for trash service through... more
Started: July 19th 2015Replies: 0

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How to Run A Background Check
Backchecksm Information can be found online for free, or for a small cost, when running a background check. Whether you’re hiring an accountant for your business or a nanny for your child, you may at some point...
The Controlling Director
Controllingdirectorthumb How many of us have experienced the board member who wants to control all aspects of his or her community association's operation from finances to personnel to housekeeping? This controlling person just...
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