Thursday, December 6th, 2018, 6 pm
Eisenhower Chapel, 293 Roslyn St., Denver, CO 80230

The Lowry Community Master Association will have their Annual and Budget Ratification Meeting on Thursday, December 6th at 6 pm in the Eisenhower Chapel.  Three Board members will be elected and the proposed 2019 Operating Budget is up for ratification by the membership.

Meet the 2018 LCMA Board of Director Candidates

Review the proposed 2019 Operating Budget

The Lowry Community Master Association (LCMA) has three Board of Directors seats up for election at the annual meeting on Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 6P in the Eisenhower Chapel.

The LCMA Board maintains the physical assets and protects the financial assets of the association, oversees the Design Review process for new construction and changes to existing properties, enforces the covenants of the Association, and works to promote quality of life for those who live, work and play in Lowry.   The LCMA manages, maintains and insures all common elements, such as LCMA-owned parks, sidewalks, alleys, private roads, trees, landscaping, park equipment, lighting, monuments and walls, so that they are preserved for current and future owners in Lowry to enjoy (you can find a more comprehensive list of those assets here).

The LCMA’s Lowry Design Review Committee works with developers and builders to review and approve proposed building plans.  The LCMA’s Buildings and Grounds Committee oversees maintenance activities and reviews Design Review Requests for changes to existing homes and commercial buildings.  The LCMA also puts on several community events each year and provides neighborhood communications via a weekly eNewsletter and the Lowry Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Those interested in being considered to serve on the Board of Directors should complete the 2018 LCMA Board of Directors Application.  Any property owner, owner’s spouse or domestic partner or representative of a commercial owner is eligible to run for the LCMA Board of Directors if they are in good standing with the Association.  Qualifications that are helpful, but not required, for an LCMA Board Member to have are a background in architecture, landscape architecture, construction, construction management, finance, communications, legal and/or HOA, not-for-profit, or non-profit Board experience.

For inclusion on the Proxy Form mailed out to all property owners and the ballot, the application must be received by 5P on Friday, October 26th, 2018.  For inclusion on the ballot only, the application must be received by 5P on Monday, December 3, 2018.  Nominations received after the deadline will be considered write-in candidates.

Beginning on September 3, 2018, two morning sessions will be added to the Big Bear schedule:

Free Style Sessions: Monday through Friday 6:00AM, 6:45AM, 7:30AM.

Drop-In Sessions: Monday through Friday 6:00AM-8:00AM.

Lunch Pick Up Game 18+: Monday through Friday 12:00PM-1:30PM.

Youth Stick & Puck Monday through Friday at 6:15PM. Weekends at 9:00AM. (17 and Under)

Please visit our website for complete schedule at

Lowry Assumption, LLC is initiating a Five Year Review as part of their obligations to the Air Force under privatization of the former Lowry Air Force base.  They are performing a review of the completed environmental remedial actions (where pollutants may still exist) at the former Lowry AFB.

You can see what’s new in the remediation process on their website:



On behalf of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), Lowry Assumption, LLC (LAC) conducted the second Five-Year Review of environmental remedies that have been implemented at the former Lowry Air Force Base in 2013. Under an Agreement between LAC and AFCEC with oversight from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 8, a review of long-term remedial activities is required every five years to ensure continued protection of human health and the environment. 

Five-year reviews are conducted for sites where the remedial action is complete, but where hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants remain at the site above levels that would allow unlimited use and unrestricted exposure; or for sites at which the remedy, upon completion, is not expected to leave hazardous substances on site above levels that allow for unrestricted use but require five or more years to complete. This review provides an assessment of the implementation and performance of a remedy in order to determine if the remedy is or will be protective of human health and the environment. 

Remedies implemented at Lowry include: 

Landfill Zone Operable Unit 2 – reconstructed landfill cover and run-on/run-off controls, implemented long-term post-closure monitoring of soil gas, surface water, and groundwater; placed restrictive use environmental covenant. 

Basewide Groundwater (Operable Unit 5) – conducted aggressive in situ chemical oxidation of groundwater plumes to eliminate contaminant mass; placed restrictive use environmental covenants in on-base areas; promulgated site-specific standards protective of residential uses. 

The third Five Year Review is now being prepared by LAC on behalf of the AFCEC. The Five-Year Review will be available for review in early 2019 on the Air Force administrative record: 


The document will also be available at the LAC library located at 7921 Southpark Plaza, Suite 109, Littleton, CO, by appointment. 

If you have any questions, would like more information about the remedies or would like to be interviewed as part of the Lowry Air Force Base Five Year Review process, please contact:

Paul Carroll
Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC/CIBE)
9801 Reese Blvd. North, Suite 210
Lubbock, TX 79416
(806) 885-5010 (phone) 

Jeannine Natterman
Colo. Dept. of Public Health and Environment
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246
(303) 692-3303 (phone) 

Paul Weaverling
Lowry Assumption, LLC
7921 Southpark Plaza, Suite 109
Littleton, CO 80120
(303) 972-6633 (phone)

Every year the LCMA helps to coordinate a community-wide yard sale. This year it will be Friday, June 1st through Sunday, June 3rd. Each home hosts their own yard sale and can participate anytime during the three day period. Don’t have a yard? Hangar 2 is hosting Lowry neighbors for a Trunk Sale on Saturday, June 2nd.

The LCMA advertises the event and it is usually very well attended.  In addition to advertising, the LCMA puts together a GoogleMap indicating all of the homes participating in the yard sale. Find it Here.

Download a printable PDF Map Here.


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