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Nelson Farm Newsletter, May 2018

Splash Pool Services Newsletter, May 2018

“Welcome to Nelson Farm” Information

City of Fort Collins Neighborhood News
Fort Collins Nuisance Hotline brochure: from the city’s website… “Whether you rent or own, we want all residents to be able to live happily in their homes in Fort Collins. This brochure will help you understand city codes and ordinances which affect you and the quality of life in your neighborhood. Each one of these codes and ordinances was adopted to maintain the high quality of life we appreciate in Fort Collins. Please take time to read and understand the codes and know how to report a violation.”
Access Fort Collins: from the city’s website… The City of Fort Collins has developed Access Fort Collins as an easy way to send your questions, service requests and comments directly to staff. By using Access Fort Collins, citizens can be assured that their problem will be reported to the appropriate department.”
Fort Collins Police Online Reporting: Report Vandalism, Theft, etc.
Register your Bike with FCPD: Let the police know that your bike was registered and they will be able to access your registration information. To change, update or access your registration information, please email net@fcgov.com
Fort Collins Recreator: The Recreator is a comprehensive community resource that includes information on City of Fort Collins Recreation facilities, programs, events and activities. The Recreator features a diverse collection of community-wide opportunities for all ages and abilities. The Recreator is published quarterly and available throughout the community and on online.
Associa’s Better Living Blog: A collection of articles from Associa, Nelson Farm HOA’s contracted partner helping to manage our HOA.To learn more about Associa, click HERE.

One comment

  1. Russ Smith

    As a long-time resident of Nelson Farm I’ve seen a multitude of changes in our neighborhood over the years. One of the most disconcerning changes has been watching how drivers in our neighborhood are increasingly ignoring signage and rules of traffic.
    This morning was an example of that when, as I was crossing Lockwood at Springwood Drive, a driver heading north on Lockwood ignored the stop sign at Springwood and blew through it even though my dog and I were already in the cross walk. With all of the school traffic – walking, bikes, and other wheeled conveyences- there is going to be an accident.
    With darkened windows on their Ford Taurus it was impossible to see who was driving the vehicle this morning I was so astounded that someone would drive through with individuals in the cross walk that I only got a partial plate – Colorado 552-B##.
    I’m writing this so that others are aware that an increasing disregard for the stop signs at Springwood and Lockwood is becoming a more common occurance and that if you are crossing there beware of traffic and remind your kids to do the same.


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