At 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 29, 2022, the SR4 board will meet via Zoom to discuss and vote on the coming year’s budget and assessments. If you’d like to be a part of the discussion, please join us: Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/81687654660?pwd=NTBqRHYwODAyUGhHYVd2M1pqcHBLZz09 Meeting ID: 816 8765 4660Passcode: 978729One tap mobile+17193594580,,81687654660#,,,,*978729# US+12532050468,,81687654660#,,,,*978729# US
In the wake of the Marshall and NCAR fires, we recently had the opportunity to talk at length with Chief Brian Oliver of Boulder Fire-Rescue’s Wildland Division about the changing status of wildfire risk to our neighborhood. The meeting was well attended, and we gleaned much very useful information. Here is a summary of the most important points from that meeting. And here are the full minutes of the 1 hour, 40 minute session.
The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control has recently released a detailed, comprehensive view of the events of December 30, 2021. It includes the personal experiences of first responders and makes for compelling reading. You can see it here.
The City of Boulder has just launched Zonehaven, a new web-based mapping tool that divides the city into zones and provides focused, real-time evacuation and emergency information. Know your zone! Read all about it here.
Please have a look at our most recent newsletter for important information about catalytic converter thefts, wildfire mitigation, this year’s Halloween festivities, and more!
The City of Boulder has just launched a new resource to help you prepare for and navigate emergency situations. Have a look at this before an emergency arises!
On June 29, 2022, neighbors met with Catherine Wells of Boulder Landscape and Design to discuss their ideas for new landscaping in our parking islands following the removal of our large junipers. Here are a summary and the full minutes of that meeting.
Following the recent fires in our immediate vicinity, residents of SR4 have lots of questions. Here are some answers to what’s top of mind for many.
We had a great turnout at our annual meeting this year and had much to talk about. The full recap is available here.
Did you know? The State of Colorado offers homeowners in the Wildland-Urban Interface (which includes Silver Plume) a significant tax subtraction for qualifying costs incurred for fire mitigation on their properties, up to $2500. Have a look at the fine print here.