Third Cherry Creek Townhouse Corporation
managed by Realty One Property Management (303) 834-0311
The official web home of Cherry Creek III HOA
Colorado's first HOA to win a Habitat Hero award (2014)

Colorado WaterWise 2015 statewide Conservation Award winner


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January-March 2019 is a crucial time for water conservation and efficiency! Please read the blue newsletter, distributed the first week of January to homes, to see why your participation is essential! (Also, check out the new water-efficiency rewards section of the edition!)

2019 Trash & Recycling information and dates: A new page listing information has been added to this site. Click the trash and recycling link to access the information.

November 2018 Updates:  

A sewer line replacement project occurred between 9131-9161 E. Oxford Drive the week of Nov. 19. Please stay off the lawn area until spring, when the landscaping will be restored. Lawn work cannot occur until the irrigation system is activated in May.

REMINDER:  Monthly HOA maintenance dues will increase by $10 per month, effective Jan. 1, 2019. New coupon books will be delivered in late December. The dues increase was necessary because of a huge hike in the rate for general insurance the HOA is required to have in place.

A new "Welcome to Denver" mural is at the entrance to Cherry Creek 3 from I-225 and S. Yosemite Street! click here

Plant Select awards Cherry Creek 3 its first HOA Award! See the Awards & Honors page for details.

CORNELL UNIVERSITY PUBLICATION FEATURES CHERRY CREEK 3: OUR NEIGHBORHOOD IS AMONG SEVERAL HOAs FEATURED NATIONALLY! Cornell University's "Habitat Network" spotlighted Cherry Creek 3 for its efforts to preserve nature. You can learn about Cornell's Lab of Ornithology and its work to promote urban wildlife habitats by clicking here. Or, you can see the e-newsletter featuring our neighborhood by clicking here

Cherry Creek 3: Why do we like living here? Extremely fast & close pedestrian access to Light Rail; great Denver location near the Tech Center & shopping; lots of space in an affordable home with its own full, private basement: close to bike & walking trails, parks and more... Welcome to the award-winning Cherry Creek 3!
 It's an affordable place you own - not rent - with  a low, monthly HOA maintenance fee, swimming pool, exclusive covered parking spaces, award-winning landscaping, Community Garden and much more...

Cherry Creek 3 is in the movies again! Watch this documentary online now... FREE: Several Cherry Creek 3 HOA residents and clips of our water-wise landscaping, Community Garden and grounds are part of a new, 11-minute documentary available to watch free online. Colorado Water Conservation Board & the One World One Water Center at Metropolitan State University sponsored the new documentary, which is trying to explain the importance of being efficient with water throughout Colorado. Click on this link to view the movie!

There is a new policy in effect for outdoor visuals, including windows, doors, security devices and landscaping: Please see the Forms and HOA Documents page....

Special note for Realtors, real estate agents, title companies, etc.: We've added a new page link (at left) containing quick, useful information... Those who are working to refinance their homes also should use that link. Please contact only the persons listed on that page and do not call Board members or the property management company with questions or information requests.

Community Garden 2019: If you want to be part of the Community Garden, please e-mail garden coordinator Julie at: Returning gardeners will be given first priority for plots. All gardeners must follow established rules, keep their plots weed-free and cannot water between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Notice for 2019 insurance: 
Effective Oct. 1, 2017: Cherry Creek 3's new insurance carrier is Farmers Insurance.
If you need insurance verification for the Association for re-financing, etc., please contact Agent Brock Lindsay at 303-934-4334 or by e-mail:
All owners should have individual home owners insurance for their Cherry Creek 3 home, including personal liability and HO6 coverage. The Association's insurance does NOT cover the inside of your home or contents, which is why all owners should speak to their own personal agent annual to assure they have ample coverage in the event of a fire, water damage, wind/hail catastrophe, etc.
If you have a general question about the HOA's insurance and what you may need for your home, please contact Jim Robson, GRI, the Association's property manager, at (303) 834-0311. NOTE: If you think you may have a claim or question about an insurance-related situation, you should first contact Jim Robson, not Brock Lindsay at Farmers.

Cherry Creek 3 has been recognized in recent years and featured in magazines, in blogs, e-newsletters and in publications by Denver Water, Rocky Mountain Audubon Society & its Habitat Heroes Program, Plant Select, Colorado WaterWise, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Rocky Mountain Gardening Magazine, the Sierra Club, Rocky Mountain CAI "Common Interests" magazine, High Country Gardens magazine, the National Audubon Society,, Cornell University's Habitat Network and others for the Association's efforts in water conservation and landscape improvements!
October 2016 - Cherry Creek 3 became the FIRST HOA in Colorado to receive an Environmental Leadership Award! Please see the Awards & Honors link for details.

This Home Page contents include:
* A welcome message from the HOA President
* Association Address
* Quick contact information, including how to make monthly HOA maintenance dues payments.
* Info on sewer back-ups
 *Insurance confirmation
* Things new owners and residents should know.

Policy for all owners who rent or lease their homes:  All owners should be aware of a procedure and form if they rent or lease their homes. This policy is ONLY for those who rent or lease their homes. If you own and live in your home, you do not need to respond.  Please note that tenants and owners are required to comply with HOA regulations. For additional information on the  owner-rental policy,  please see the Forms and HOA Documents page on this web site.  To learn basic information for all new residents:, please click here.

New to the neighborhood?
Can I put up a satellite dish, build a shed, park in a guest lot, etc. etc.? This condensed list of information and guidelines can help you understand life in the Association, including trash pick-up info, parking ideas and things that aren't allowed. This list explains why permission must be obtained before you do things like put up a satellite dish or get new windows. To see the list, please click here. For additional information, please call the property manager at (303) 834-0311. Notice to landlords: You are responsible for the actions and conduct of those who live in your property and for the conduct of their guests. Please make sure they are familiar with the above rules to avoid warnings, fines and penalties that could be sent to you or that could result in a lien against your property.

Interested in satellite TV rather than cable? Adamo Communications has new satellite TV service offers available: Optional Satellite TV service (DirecTV or Dish Network) is now available to all residents. If you choose to sign up...or want more information about pricing and programming packages, call  Adamo Communications at 720-281-9823.Please Do not directly call Dish Network or DirecTV for service: you must call for service at the number above to avoid days or weeks of delays. Adamo is an exclusive partner with Cherry Creek 3 to provide Satellite TV service.

Cherry Creek 3 @ Dayton Station
One of Denver's original classic HOA communities
...and still one of the best places to live anywhere in the City!

Our friendly, covenant-protected neighborhood is in superb location. We're convenient to highways and situated only steps away from Light Rail access (Our neighborhood is behind the Light Rail elevator tower). We're within walking distance from walking and bike paths, Cherry Creek State Park and more. Our neighborhood features large & affordable brick condo-style homes with basements, exclusive parking spaces and one of the area's lowest monthly maintenance fees!

A few words about Cherry Creek 3 from the President of the Board of Directors:
    "We may be one of Denver's first and oldest condominium neighborhoods but we're not simply getting older - we're getting better and changing with the times. In the past four years, the efforts of our Board and owners have helped Cherry Creek 3 gain widespread recognition and awards throughout the state and beyond!
           During the past few years, we became the FIRST homeowner's association in Colorado to win a state Environmental Leadership Award, the Colorado WaterWise Conservation Award and the Audubon Rockies' Habitat Hero Award. In addition, we were a shooting location for two movies that show off the neighborhood and our efforts to improve our look while also saving more than 15 millions of gallons of water while simultaneously doing our part to help attract more birds, butterflies and hummingbirds. We owe this success to the efforts of all residents and our HOA Board that strives to be progressive, sensible and reasonable. 

   Built in 1965, we're a maturing community dominated by on-site owners and long-time residents. The 251 homes are solidly built, have basements and are up to 1,584 sq. ft. on the top two floors. We want this to be a desirable and enjoyable place to live and have an active HOA Board working to make this a better place in which to live. By updating our landscaping with a "wildscaping" design, installing a Community Garden and making improvements to our HOA swimming pool, switching to LED sidewalk lighting and more, we're recharging our neighborhood of terrific senior citizens, young families and singles!

     Our HOA is highly owner-occupied and well maintained. The adjoining Dayton Light Rail RTD station can get you to downtown, Park Meadows Mall and to a transfer stop to Denver International Airport. Although some newer condo communities in the area claim they're near light rail, they're really a quarter mile or further away. We're only a few yards from our property to Light Rail. With the new sidewalks just built by the city on the border of Cherry Creek 3, you can walk safely and quickly from our community to the Light Rail entrance. Our neighborhood attractiveness is getting better, too. A community-wide satellite TV system was installed so ALL owners can have more TV viewing options. Plus, a new mountain bike trail and disc golf course are open and within easy walking distance. Want to bike around the city? Trails are just a few pedals away.

     If you want to talk about a stellar location, look at us. Our location along S. Yosemite Street is only seconds away from highway access to I-25 or I-225. You can easily drive, take Light Rail or bike to many of Denver's most popular attractions. We feel good about living will, too!"-- from Don Ireland, 2017-18 HOA Board President

Cherry Creek 3 (Third Cherry Creek Townhouse Corporation)

9084 E. Nassau Ave., Denver, CO 80237.  Geographically, our square-block community is bordered by these Denver streets: E. Nassau, S. Boston, E. Oxford and S. Yosemite. We to not have a staffed office on site. You can reach us via phone or e-mail.

Quick contact information:

If you have questions, maintenance request or other inquiries please call our property manager:

PROPERTY MANAGER: Jim Robson at Realty One Property Management. E-mail address is: In addition, you can e-mail a request by using the form on the “Forms and HOA Documents” page. Phone: (303) 834-0311 Fax: (720) 344-4804.
Owners may request copies of minutes and other HOA documents via the Property Manager.

  •  Please use the link, "Home Sales-Realtor Info" for real estate and realtor inquiries.
  • The procedure for paying monthly HOA maintenance dues has changed, effective 2018. Please see the new details on the "useful information" or "here's the latest" pages on this site. 

  • Please do not call any Board Members or directly ask maintenance contractors to file maintenance requests, etc. We also strongly suggest you do not call Board members or visit their homes if you have a suggestion, comment or suggestion. Instead, please call the property manager. Also, you can e-mail questions or comments to the HOA Board president,  Don Ireland, at  (no ads, solicitations or maintenance requests and no personal calls, please). Our Board members are unpaid volunteers and their personal time should be respected.

Quick tips and resources:

Sewer back-up? Effective immediately, the Association has suggested some drain-cleaning service vendors for residents..
           If you have a sewer back-up, call any of these companies listed for service. You will be required to pay $135 for the sewer-cleaning service at the time of the call. There will not be an additional charge for removal of a basement toilet for clean-out purposes. If there are reasons the Association may be responsible for the sewer back-up, please submit a copy of your paid invoice for possible reimbursement. Please contact the property manager for additional assistance.
           Here is the information on calling to have your sewer cleaned (please tell them you are calling from Cherry Creek 3 to insure you get the $135 rate):
* Joe McLeod at Diamondback Drains: 303-650-2903 or 303-601-2714.
         The Association, at its discretion and at no additional charge to residents, also may have a camera inspection of your sewer line conducted after your have your sewer unclogged by one of the two above firms. You can get a $135 video inspection of your basement sewer from Main-Line Services at (303) 596-5803. It is recommended that you get a video inspection every 2-3 years to help avert a potential sewer back-up.
         PLEASE NOTE: Maintaining the sewer line in your home is your personal responsibility. If you do not have it cleaned every 2-3 years, a clog could be developing that will lead to an expensive and messy back-up. The Association bears no responsibility if you have a sewer back-up or water damage, per the HOA Declarations.



About the photos on this page: (Top of page at right) Spring tulip and daffodil bulbs bloom in the central lawn area,  (Bottom of this page) a demonstration plot of low-water xeric fountain grasses and a shot of our neighborhood RTD Light Rail parking lot at dawn. (right photo courtesy of Bill McMullen)





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