Great Peaks Drive is scheduled to receive a double seal coat on August 30, 31 and September 1, 2021. During that time Great Peaks Drive will be CLOSED to all thru traffic. Local traffic from Pony Run Arabian Way, North Meadow, North Star and Northwoods will have alternating one lane access. The paved area at Read More >
Chaffee Chips, the FREE slash pick-up program, is coming to Game Trail both this August and next spring! Reducing wildfire risk and improving forest health is important to all of us, so we hope you will participate. Please click on the links below to get more information and to view a map to determine the Read More >
The main topics addressed in May’s Newsletter include: Road Work Schedule for Summer/Fall 2021, Chaffee Chips Event Registration Information, Game Trail Community Wildfire Protection Plan, Recommendations for Wildfire Risk Reduction, Dog Run Improvements, Recycling Guidelines, Benefits of Volunteering, Rules and Regulations Updates, Architectural Control Policy Updates Click here to read the newsletter.
The Water Committee is pleased to present you with this year’s water quality report. We are committed to providing a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. Please click here to view.
Stay up-to-date on Game Trail’s architectural and building requirements. You can views the new amendments by clicking here.
Take a look at Game Trail’s “Quick List” of frequently asked questions concerning neighborhood rules. View policies concerning pets, RVs, outdoor lighting, recycling, and much more in a short, easy to read summary here.
Forest health and wildfire preparedness are important in Game Trail. Many residents are eager to learn more about how to improve tree health on their properties and to minimize wildfire risk. To help, Game Trail has published a special edition newsletter brimming with relevant topics.
Hello Game Trail Owners Are you interested in learning how to improve your property’s forest health? One way is to increase the diversity of your trees, both in age and species. To learn more, the Forestry Committee is offering a seedling tree planting workshop on Saturday, May 1 for Game Trail residents only. Committee member, Read More >
Please click on the attached letter below which will explain the new dues and assessment for 2021. Dues & Assessment Letter
Chaffee Treats is a new grant-funded fire mitigation program. The program, seated in the Chaffee County Community Wildfire Protection Plan, identifies landowners who are interested in having grant-funded forest mitigation work done on their property. The goal is to improve our forest’s health and wildfire protection as well as protecting our neighbors. Reducing wildfire risk Read More >