Your Homes Association
The Village at Castle Pines is a gated community managed by a homeowners association funded through dues and assessments from residents. The Castle Pines Homes Association (CPHA) was created in 1981 by the original Declaration of CC&Rs for the community. The CPHA is a covenant controlled, gated community operating as non-stock, non-profit membership corporation; and is the master property owners association for the Village at Castle Pines. The Mission of the Castle Pines Homes Association. The Association is run on a day-to-day basis by a paid staff comprising a General Manager, a Director of Emergency Services (who supervises a staff of approximately two dozen officers), a Senior Administrator, an Accountant, and a Design Review Committee Administrator. The General Manager reports to the five-person, unpaid, volunteer Board of Directors. Castle Pines Homes Association (CPHA) provides the following services:
- Managing the appearance, condition and use of the land, buildings and other improvements within the Village as prescribed by the CC&Rs and Village Design Guidelines.
- Providing cultural, recreational and social programs and facilities that meet the desires of Village residents.
- Maintaining a level of community services including trash removal, public safety, security, and emergency response that substantially exceeds that provided by local government.
The Village at Castle Pines Services and AmenitiesCPHA dues are assessed according to whether the home is a custom or cluster property and are due on the first day of the month and will be considered late after the 15th. Late fees and interest will be assessed after the 15th. Statements will be sent only to accounts that are delinquent. New homeowners will receive a payment coupons. Dues can be paid through a automatic withdrawal from a bank account. For questions about monthly assessments, to update account information or to make a payment, please contact the CPHA Accountant Margie Cheatum at 303-814-1345 or email@example.com. There are 17 Sub Associations (cluster property developments) within the Village. Visit the Sub Associations page to learn more. All of the Village’s Sub Associations are independently managed.