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Your Input is Important!

Your thoughts and comments are important to us. In anticipation of the Town Hall meeting on May 1, 2022, Association Members are invited to submit questions or comments any time either through the DR Blog Chat below or you can email any board member Board of Directors or CC&Rs Committee Member. We encourage all Association Members to take the opportunity to dialogue with each other and with us as we move one step closer to finalizing our governing documents.


Where to Download.

A copy of each governing document is available through our recent email announcement, of April 05, 2022, "Good News! a Hard Copy?

Need a Hard Copy?
Hard copies of the draft documents are available upon request.

Please contact our DRPOA Secretary, Andréa Swenson at by April 14, 2022.


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John and my concern is allowing the "6 pot plants for personal use" clause. A) 6 plants is far more than just for one individual, 2) it takes a tremendous amount of water and 3) I don't think any pot plants should be allowed to be grown and certainly not outside that are able to be viewed. 4) If anything 1 indoor plant maybe.

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Thank you for providing your concerns which are very valid.

The Colorado recreational marijuana use law, states a person may grow no more than 12 plants per residence. (Colo. Const. art. XVIII, § 16; Colo. Rev. Stat. § 18-18-406 (2019).) The CC&R committee agreed to reduce the amount of plants grown by an individual to 6 plants in the Douglas Ranch Community.

In looking at Article IX section 9.2 (T) of the CC&R’s , there is no reference as to how and where plants can be grown. I will recommend the following guidelines be included in this section:

(Colo. Const. art. XVIII, § 16; Colo. Rev. Stat. § 18-18-406 (2019).) “Colorado law requires that the plants be grown in an…

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