The responsibility for the maintenance of roadway medians can lie with either the Town or an HOA/Metro District depending on location. To find out more details about a specific median, view the Town's online Median Maintenance Responsibility Map.
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It is the homeowner’s responsibility to remove snow and ice from all sidewalks adjacent to their property within 48 hours of the end of any snow, sleet or freezing rain. Failure to do so in the specified time frame is a violation of the Town’s Municipal Code and can result in a fine to the homeowner. For more information, refer to section 10.01.020 of the Parker Municipal Code or contact the Community Services Division of the Parker Police Department at 303.841.9800 or via email.
For property that is not adjacent to a private home or businesses and has not been cleared of snow, the responsibility for sidewalks likely lies with the HOA or Metro District, as the Town's snow removal practices and locations are well established. To find out more about a particular stretch of sidewalk, please call the Town Hall Customer Service Division at 303.841.0353.
The responsibility for landscaping and maintenance of common areas almost likely lies with an HOA or Metro District, as the Town's responsibilities are generally well established but not readily accessible. To find out more details about a specific piece of property, please call the Town Hall Customer Service Division at 303.841.0353.
The responsibility can lie with be both the Town or an HOA/Metro District, depending on location. Sometimes, the jurisdictions are adjacent. To find out more details about a specific piece of property, please call the Town Hall Customer Service Division at 303.841.0353.
The responsibility for the maintenance of these amenities are almost always lie with an HOA/Metro District.
The responsibility in these instances lie either with an HOA/Metro Distirct or, in some circumstances, the homeowner.
The Town of Parker has an online listing of the public parks with playgrounds that it maintains. All others are maintained by an HOA.
You should contact your HOA for property maintenance issues unless you live in a neighborhood without an HOA. If your neighborhood does not have an HOA, you may contact the Police Department Community Services Division at 303.841.9800 or email@example.com.