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Posted on Aug 25th, 2017
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Fall Tennis - Fall is the perfect time to play tennis or Pickleball on our brand new courts! If you haven't already, please visit the Iron Horse and add your name and contact information to the tennis/Pickleball book. Both are a great way to meet people and great exercise! We offer both adult and junior instructions. Demo tennis rackets are available as well so don't worry if you don't have a racket. Special tennis lesson pricing available for fist time players. Call or email for details. Ryan Freeman 240-731-3872


Free Classes offered at the Iron Horse

Mon & Thursday Yoga-Pilates  with Jen at 5pm

Improve and challenge your strength, balance and flexibility

Mon &Thursday Cardio Muscle with Jen at 6:15pm

Heart-pumping cardiovascular interval work with full body muscle conditioning

Tuesday Zumba with Yadira at 6pm

Friday Pilates with Angela at 9am

Saturday Zumba with Yadira at 9:30am

Guests can accompany a resident to any class for a $10 fee.



Please welcome our new Zumba instructor Yadira Renteria. Yadira is teaching the Tuesday 6pm and Saturday 9:30am Zumba classes.
Yadira Renteria
Growing up in Spain I was constantly surrounded by Latin music and dance, more particularly flamenco. Because of the heavy impact of dance in my culture, I was a very fit teenager. By the time I was 22, I had two beautiful children, Victor and Kathy. In my mid 20’s I got in a car accident with my both my children in the vehicle. I broke four ribs, had a lot of internal injuries, and almost lost a lung. Due to all the medication and long recovery, I gained about 150 pounds. My family and I moved to Highlands Ranch in 2005.  It was difficult to start losing weight due to the fact that I had to take care of my children and work. A friend of mine invited me to a Zumba class at the local recreation center. The music and choreography brought me back to dancing with my family in Spain. I decided to enroll in the class and become a regular attendee. The loud exciting music and atmosphere of the people did not make it feel as if I was working out. The dancing beat the sweat. As years went on, I joined more classes, trained and attended many conventions that led to me becoming an instructor. If you would like to check out and try a Latin Zumba class, I instruct Tuesday’s 6pm – 7pm Saturdays 9:30am- 10:30am.
We are excited to have Yadira join our team and she is looking forward to working with the Palomino Park Residents.
All fitness classes are free to Palomino Park Residents and Residents can bring a guest for a $10 fee.
Hello again everyone, this is Tom Gibbs your exclusive PGA golf professional here once again…If we have not met yet, I look forward to it and helping your golf games!  It is that time of year that I find a lot of amateur players need some help based on what they have been producing, or for that matter, not producing during the first half of the season.  This is why I am offering the first ten players to sign up a group of second half season clinics…these clinics will be aimed at correcting the negatives in your game you started the season with.   All clinics will be on Sundays or Saturdays, 90 minutes in length and in group format
Sunday October 8th, 2017 Clinic #3, 10am – Game Management, Upper level Park Colorado club and Iron Horse conference room
This clinic will help the novice to scratch players understand the best way to navigate around the golf course with deeper understanding of the rules of the game and choices made on the golf course during their round
I am a member of the PGA of America … played for a living, managed a private golf club for ten years and have taught over 18,000 golf lessons to all abilities. 
All three clinics purchased at the August 20th clinic, or before - $50 per participant
Ala carte clinic purchased at each individual clinic - $25 per participant per clinic
Tom Gibbs
Posted on Aug 22nd, 2016 Comments (0)
BRC Community Management is the Managing Agent for the Silver Mesa Homeowners Association.  For everyday operations, correspondence (except assessment payments) for the Association should be mailed to Silver Mesa HOA, c/o BRC Community Management, 9331 Commerce Center Street, Suite A1, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129.  Please note that BRC provides copies of homeowner correspondence to the Silver Mesa Board of Directors for review as needed.  Should you prefer electronic communication, please email for questions about your account.  Questions concerning  other Association matters should be sent to Brett Hardt, your Community Manager.
      Effective Monday, January 16, 2017,  Lani Mock, Brett’s Administrative Assistant, and Brett will be onsite at the Silver Mesa Clubhouse (except for holidays) as follows:
Monday - Wednesday, Lani, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, Brett on site, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday, Lani, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Contact information is as follows:
Brett Hardt, Community Manager
D: (303) 541-1596
O: (303) 804-9800, ext. 134
Lani Mock, Administrative Assistance
D: (303) 541-1596 (Silver Mesa Office onsite number)
O: (303) 804-9800, ext. 129
Posted on Aug 12th, 2016 Comments (0)
Effective 12 August 2016 and for the immediate future, Association members will be unable to make clubhouse reservations via the Silver Mesa website.  Reservations for both private and Association-sponsored activities may be made by contacting Lani Mock at the clubhouse office, 303-541-1596 or e-mail

~ Waste Management ~
  ***PLEASE NOTE***  Trash cans are not to be put in the alley before 7pm on Thursday, and must be removed from the alley no later than 7pm on Friday.  The pick-up time is generally in the morning (except on days delayed by holidays).

We suggest, that if residents have an occasion where they are unable to put the bins out or back in the garage as noted above, they ask their neighbor to help them out.

Silver Mesa is on the YELLOW FRIDAY schedule for Recycling. (The recycle calendar can by found by clicking on FYI under the Residents Column on the home page.)

~ Exciting News and Opportunities ~


The pool will remain open until at least September 30th.

We will watch the weather week to week after that to decide.

Please refrain from using oversized floats and flotation devices.

ADULT SWIM- 8am to 10am is strictly for adults, for lap swim and fitness purposes.



ColoradoScapes is continuing installing plant packages in phase 3, they should be done by the end of October.



Don’t forget to stop by the clubhouse Friday afternoons, at 5pm. Bring snacks and your own drinks (no glass containers).

We will continue to hold Friday Afternoon Splash, so long as the pool is open.



October TBA



Residents are asked to refresh themselves with Silver Mesa Rules and Guidelines, para. 10. Bikes, scooters, skateboards and roller skates are not to use the roadways of the community.  They are to use the sidewalks but must give way to pedestrians and walkers.

Cars and trucks, are reminded to heed the speed limit of 15 MPH and to be aware of all activity around them.

Please ask that your guests do not park in the entryway of the community, as it blocks the flow of traffic.

Thank you in your efforts to make Silver Mesa safe and enjoyable for everyone.



Wednesday, September 27th at 6pm in the Clubhouse Board Room

Residents who are interested in planning future events are welcome to attend.

Any suggestions regarding future events or comments on past events can be sent to

Peter Haughey at



Existing receptacles have been equipped with refuse. Dog owners are requested to always pick up after their dog.

All dogs are to be kept on a leash with you at the other end of that leash, per Douglas County, Palomino Park, and Silver Mesa Rules & Regulations.



Remember, NESS patrols Silver Mesa on a limited basis each evening, however they do have an emergency line residents are encouraged to call, 24/7, should one witness an issue at SMHOA. Pool fence hopping and non-resident pool use are good examples of reasons to call. The number is: 1-844-TO-GUARD (1-844-864-8273).

Residents are also encouraged to call the Douglas County Sheriff’s department as well. The number is: (303) 784-7880

Please help your community by reporting issues to the community management company, NESS or Douglass County Sheriff’s department. The more eyes watching for potential issues, the better of the community is as a whole.

Residents are encouraged to add these numbers into their person phones for quick and easy access.

The Board of Directors has approved renewal of the Silver Mesa 2017-2018 Property and Liability Insurance policy.  If you have a need for a copy of the Association’s Certificate of Insurance (for example, required by a buyer’s lending institution), you may request and obtain a copy by e-mailing CCIG Insurance at
A copy of the certificate can be made by logging onto the Silver Mesa website.  Once on the Home Page and signed in, open the “Documents” tab at the left side of the page. When that’s done, open the “Insurance” sub-tab and click on “Silver Mesa Certificate of Insurance, 2017-2018” to open.  Either download directly to your computer for later printing or print directly from the website.

~ Upcoming Events ~
Broncos Game Party
Sunday, October 22nd at Silver Mesa Clubhouse

Pizza at half time and residents are encouraged to bring a drink of their choosing and a snack to share. (chips, dip, crackers, cookies, etc.)


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~ Monthly Silver Mesa Events ~

Last Thursday of every month @ 4:30 pm
In the Silver Mesa Clubhouse
***If you would like to address the BOD at any of the regularly scheduled Board meetings, please contact Lani Mock at (303) 541-1596 or by e-mail at and request to be added to the agenda***


Bunco Babes
     Second Wednesday @ 6:30 PM     

If you are interested in participating, please email Lisa at for further information.