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Residents in need of a new workout routine should look no further. The Highlands Ranch Community Association offers more than 100 fitness classes per week at its four recreation centers. And unlike some cost-prohibitive boutique fitness studios in … more
Over the next six months, the community’s oldest recreation center will be revamped into a sleek, modern facility. “These improvements will ensure that we can continue to deliver a first-class experience to Highlands Ranch residents,” said … more
Calvin Alexander, a 10-year-old with special needs, spent 75 minutes a day for one week riding an adaptive bike with a long baking-roller type mechanism on the back. He hoped to soon be able to ride his own blue bike at home. “I like to pedal … more
Seventeen years ago, George Racz started the Hot Rodders to defy the image of Highlands Ranch as a place of SUVs and minivans. The club now has about 60 members ages 40s to 60s from across south metro Denver who meet regularly over one shared … more
After attending iCan Bike Camp last summer, Kimberly Arnold’s 9-year-old daughter Addie, who has Down syndrome, can now ride her bike with other kids in her neighborhood. “She’s a tough little girl,” said Arnold. “Once we got her … more
Carla Baca, supervisor of horse programs of the Highlands Ranch Community Association, sat at her desk at Southridge Recreation Center on April 27. A brown and black dog sprawled across the floor behind her, taking up a significant amount of … more
As development continues throughout south metro Denverone stretch of land remains untouched — the Backcountry Wilderness Area. The 13-square-mile land borders the southern edge of Highlands Ranch and spans south towards Castle Rock. It is home … more
The Highlands Ranch Community Association has received a settlement for the wildfire in Highlands Ranch that it says was caused by Xcel Energy last October, an HRCA official announced at a March 21 … more
The Highlands Ranch Community Association welcomes one new member and one incumbent to its five-person board of directors. Four candidates — Kurt Huffman, Barbara Salisbury and Jim Allen and incumbent Brock Norris — vied for two seats on the … more
The Highlands Ranch Community Association will save an estimated $1.9 million dollars over the next 20 years through a community solar garden. The community solar garden is part of Colorado’s Community Solar Legislation, enacted in 2010, that … more
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