26 Jul 2017
Most who live in suburbia don’t expect to see wild animals however they are not that uncommon especially as they are pushed out of their natural areas by more development.
Here are a few things you can do to make your yard less friendly for them.
- Keep pet food put away and never leave it outside
- Never feed wild animals, if you do feed birds (which is not advised) keep bird feeders high up and make sure they are as squirrel proof as possible.
- Keep pets indoors, or under close supervision when outdoors
- Make sure trash is stored in proper containers with a lid
- Keep property tidy and rubbish cleaned up
- Install motion detection lights, which can also deter other unwanted activity
- Clean up any fallen fruit
If you do encounter a wild animal such as a Coyote
- Remain calm and don’t your back or run
- Be really loud, yell and clap your hands
- Get really big
- Keep your pet on a short leash
- Pick up small pets or small children so there is no temptation from the coyote to go after them
If you have more questions or concerns look at https://cpw.state.co.us or call 311.
18 Jul 2017
This month at the Montclair Rec Center, Lowry Recyclers are collecting towels for the St. Francis Center (2323 Curtis), a wonderful day shelter that has showering facilities for Denver’s homeless. But they are always in need of towels, and your old towels are just fine! There’s a big box in the lobby the Rec Center at 8th and Ulster in Lowry and during operational hours, they will be happy to take your unmatched, got-tired-of-them towels of any size (regular bath size are the best). The box will be there throughout the month of July and will be continually emptied with towels laundered and taken to the shelter.
18 Jul 2017
Be aware that Denver Waste Management is converting of Lowry over to the Trash Carts in September. To find out more about how this affects you please go to: http://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/trash-and-recycling/trash-collection/trash-cart-conversion.html
Questions call: 311 or email Denver Recycles@DenverGov.org
11 Jul 2017
Please take a moment to review the updated LCMA Design Guidelines. If you have any questions or concerns please call Lowry Community Manager, Jennifer Bublitz, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 663-9685.
Park Rules &
Park Use Permits
Did you know that some parks in Lowry are owned by the City of Denver and others belong to the LCMA? LCMA-owned parks are private property for the use of LCMA members, Lowry residents and their guests only.In an effort to inform the community and the public and to better maintain LCMA Park Rules, new signs have gone up in every LCMA-owned park. The LCMA has also implemented a requirement to obtain a Park Use Permit for groups larger than 15 and has published a Park Use Calendar on the LCMA website.
Did you know that very few types of yard signs are permitted in Lowry? The LCMA desires and supports a clean, well maintained and un-cluttered appearance for the Community and, therefore, very few types of yard signs are permitted.
Please go to the Signage Policy to ensure any signs currently in your yard are on the approved temporary sign list. Residents will be given until July 31st to remove any signs that have not been approved. Learn more….
Did you know that LCMA approval is required to paint building and home exteriors, even if the building or home is to be re-painted the same colors? Learn more…
Did you know that because the majority of streets in Lowry are owned, maintained and regulated by the City of Denver, street parking in Lowry is subject to the Denver municipal code? Learn more…
Did you know that a “tree lawn” is the area between a sidewalk and the curb and that any tree lawn adjacent to an owner’s property is the responsibility of that owner to maintain? Learn more…
Windows, Window Screens & Window Treatments
Did you know that you need to submit a Design Review Request to do a full or partial window replacement? Learn more…
Little Free Libraries
Did you know that Lowry has new Design Guidelines for installing Little Free Libraries? Learn more...
Did you know that audible bird deterrents are not permitted in Lowry? Find out who to contact about noise issues, including barking dogs and mechanical noise making devices. Learn more…
Fences, Walls & Handrails
Did you know that you need to submit a Design Review Request to replace all or a portion of your fence or to install a handrail? Learn more….
Did you know that site triangles at corners provide visibility for vehicle, pedestrian and bike traffic? The “line of sight” triangle must have a 10-foot leg from any alley, sidewalk or pathway. Learn more…