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Weekly Schedule & Project Updates
Weekly Schedule: All routine contracted services are on schedule noted above.
Snow removal is divided into 2 types of services at Brighton Crossings.
Service #1: Zero Tolerance Areas
- Zero Tolerance Snow Removal. *(Snow removal and Ice melt will be applied at any measurement of snowfall for these areas)
- Zero Tolerance service occurs at all Brighton mailboxes, Venture Center entry area sidewalk, Fitness Center entry area sidewalk.
Service #2: 2” Threshold Snow Removal – Post Storm (Walkways, Courtyards, Duplex’s, and Parking Lots)
- Snow removal will occur if there has been 2 or more inches of snow post storm. (Post Storm meaning once the snowfall has stopped)
- We have 3 specific areas where we measure snowfall totals . (Venture Center, Fitness Center , and Royal Pine Park.) *These areas are measured post storm*
- Once snow hits 2” at measured locations the snow removal team will perform service on walkways parking lots, courtyards, and duplex areas.
Operations and Maintenance Updates October :
- Operations Plan
- Narrowing down timeline for winterization
- Will be done by the end of the month while giving new plantings maximum support before winter
- Upcoming annual flowers removal
- Based on freezes and turning off water, unlikely to get specific date
- Native mowing finished this week
- Narrowing down timeline for winterization
- Deviations from the Ops Plan
- None scheduled
- Known Issues
- Several incidents of broken sprinklers causing puddles of standing water. Currently all the known ones have been repaired
- Summary of Recent Work Tickets
- Broken sprinklers in parks that have been repaired
- Incorrect size dog bags did not fit inside dog station and were thrown all over the park. They were cleaned up and replaced with the correct size
- Leak from the water fountain at the small dog side of the dog park. Have alerted the contractor to repair
- Site Observations from Monday
- Pickleball net was repaired, a broom was added to the storage area for cleaning the courts
- Drip irrigation in median dislodged, to be repaired this week
- Several trash cans had not been replaced properly. This has been fixed and we will continue to monitor
High Wind Debris Clean Up: Due to the recent high winds throughout the Front Range, we are working with our contractors for clean up the debris in our public open space areas and fence lines.
Crews will be out picking up debris during routine service scheduled on Mondays throughout the Brighton Crossing Metropolitan District, during the winter months. We also want to take this opportunity to remind our residents to secure all outdoor furnishings thus helping us create less litter.
Enhancement Committee Update: The Brighton Crossings Operations Board approved the Enhancement Committee’s proposal to install 5 additional pet waste stations along neighborhood trails and sidewalks, and four picnic tables. As locations of these enhancements are solidified a map will be attached to this post.
Dog Park Gates & Drainage: The dog park gates have been replaced with a lighter gate to mitigate reoccurring latch and hinge issues causing difficult to open and close gates.
The Brighton Crossings developer, Brookfield Residential, has completed a redesign of the open space drainage around the Dog Park to resolve water pooling in and around the Crossings Bark Dog Park.
Operations & Maintenance FAQs
- National Weather Service - Snowfall Website - Click Here - How much snow did we get? Our snow removal contractors use this website to trigger snow removal in the District.
- Move vehicles from priority snow routes. Vehicles impeding snow removal operations are subject to ticketing and towing. The City of Brighton is responsible for snowplow operations on public streets. Please reference the City’s website to see the snow removal routes and priorities as established by the City of Brighton. If you have questions about these routes, please contact the City of Brighton.
- BCOB is only responsible for removal of common area sidewalks and alleyways. Crews will be out to remove snow after 2’’ or more of snow has fallen and accumulation has stopped. Please submit an online maintenance ticket, call, or email us with any alleyways, paved trails, or Fitness Center and The Venture Center snow removal questions.
- All property owners have 24 hours to clear their sidewalks in front of their homes of snow and ice once a snow storm has ended, contact the City of Brighton Code Enforcement team if non-snow removal in front of homes occupied under construction.
- Please assist the City’s snow removal efforts by shoveling snow from walks and driveways onto your property, instead of into the street.
- Cherry Blossom Park (Cherry Blossom Dr. and Daylily St.)
- Thistle Park (Thistle Dr. and Royal Pine St.)
- Royal Pine Park (Royal Pine St. and Bristlecone St.)
- Fountain Park or Gold Maple Park (Gold Maple St. and Tall Spruce St.)
- Crossings Park, sport court, large turf field near Fitness Center
- Crossings Bark Dog Park (north of Fitness Center)
- Quandary Park (Quandary Peak St. and Crestone Peak St.)
To report a maintenance issue at any of the parks click here.
City of Brighton Owned and Maintained Parks:
Venture Park, abutting Venture Center & Waterpark property, construction by Brookfield Residential anticipated to be finished in 2020 and will be a City-owned and maintained park.
“Water Tower Park” West of 45th St. near Brighton Crossings is owned and maintained by the City.
To report facility-related concerns please visit the City of Brighton Parks Department webpage.
General Public Areas & Alley Ways Maintenance Maps
Submit a maintenance request ticket online, and we are happy to work with the responsible party to address maintenance matters. You may also view the maintenance maps and warranty notes below, and schedule above for more information.
The Master Plan Map will help you determine what Planning Area (PA) the trail, park, or public space is located in.
The Landscape Warranty and Acceptance Status maps below can help you determine what areas have been accepted by the Brighton Crossings Operations Board (BCOB), and therefore maintained in accordance with the schedule above. Areas not yet maintained by BCOB may be on a different maintenance schedule through the developer, Brookfield Residential.
High Level Public Areas Google Earth Outline Map (parks, trails, alleyways maintained by BCOB).
Alley – Snow Removal & Maintenance Google Map. Crews will be out to remove snow after 2’’ or more of snow has fallen and accumulation has stopped. Please submit an online maintenance ticket, call, or email us with any alleyways, paved trails, or Fitness Center and The Venture Center snow removal questions. More information regarding this service and additional fee to cover this service can be found here.
Note: Please hang tight as Brookfield Residential, the developer of Brighton Crossings, continues to work on detailed Ownership & Maintenance Maps for all areas within Brighton Crossings.
BCOB maintains multiple area of Native landscape that surround detention ponds and ditches. Most native areas are North of Cherry Blossom Drive along the drainage ditches, and detention pond area located East of Willow Street and just South of Baseline Road. There is additional native space by the 50th Street and Tanner Peak entrance, the detention pond is maintained by South Beebe Draw, and the native areas surrounding the detention pond are maintained by BCOB.
Native landscape management is provided by Environmental Designs Inc. Beauty bands are mowed along trails monthly. Complete mowing is performed 1 to 3 times annually depending on the condition of the grasses and weather.
Streets improvements including streetlights are owned by the City of Brighton. Streetlight outages, please contact United Power at 303-637-1350 or complete the online form, they will need to know the streetlight pole # that noted on every streetlight.
Further questions and inquiries should be directed to the City of Brighton.
BCOB management reports all streetlights issues to the City of Brighton if submitted HERE.
CSU Extensions Yard and Garden publications offer many useful tips, tricks, and guidebooks to keep your landscaping maintained. Learn more here.
Operations & Maintenance 2022 Plan
Below you’ll find a list of highlighted anticipated service dates (subject to change). View the full Operations and Maintenance overview, set by the Board of Directors.
|Operations and Management Plan Highlighted Services||Anticipated Completion Date|
|Ornamental grass prune||2/28/2021|
|Begin Mowing Natural Area Beauty Bands||4/1/2021|
|Install Rain Sensors/Smart Meters (tentative)||4/30/2021|
|Spring Clean up & Fertilization||4/30/2021|
|Native Area Weed Control & Mowing Begins||5/1/2021|
|Annual Florals Installed||Memorial Day|
|Open Pool||Memorial Day Weekend|
|Flower Beds & Manicured Landscape Weed Control||6/30/2021|
|Final Native Weed Control & Mowing||9/30/2021|
|Flower Beds & Manicured Landscape Weed Control||9/30/2021|
|Annual Floral Removed||10/31/2021|
|Irrigation & Facility Winterization||10/31/2021|
|Fall Site Clean-up||11/30/2021|
|Install Holiday Lighting/ Decorations||11/30/2021|