FAQ

Here are some commonly asked Questions and Answers regarding Murphy Creek Metropolitan District 3.
 
If you have questions you would like to see added, please submit them via the Contact Us form.

Common Areas
  • chevron_rightHow do I report a broken sprinkler?
    If the sprinkler is on District property, please contact Shannon Torgerson at Cherry Creek Management Professionals at 303-693-2118 or via the Contact Us form.
  • chevron_rightHow do I report excessive weeds?
    If the weeds are on District property, please contact Shannon Torgerson at Cherry Creek Management Professionals at 303-693-2118 or via the Contact Us form.
     
    If the weeds are on City property, please contact Access Aurora; if the weeds are on a utility easement, please contact the appropriate utility company.
  • chevron_rightWhen will snow be removed from the sidewalks and driveways?
    The District is responsible for snow plowing the District-owned property in the Common Areas only.  These areas will be plowed when there are at least 3 inches of snow.  If you live in the Parkways, please contact the Parkways HOA, and if you live in the Townhomes, please contact the Townhomes HOA.  All other residents are responsible for removing snow from their own sidewalks and driveways in accordance with City of Aurora rules.  The City of Aurora is responsible for plowing the city-owned streets and has its own priority route for snow plowing.  Please visit Access Aurora or call 303.739.7000 with questions or concerns about the city-owned streets.
Community Center
  • chevron_rightHow can I reserve the community center?
    The Community Center remains closed due to a malfunctioning exit door and HVAC problems.  The part for the exit door has been ordered, and there is a slight possibility that it could be installed during the first few weeks in December.
     
    The District Board president worked with a new vendor, and the heating and air conditioning may be under control for right now.  There is currently enough heat in the building to prevent frozen pipes.
     
    When the status of the Community Center changes, we will update this web page with that information.
  • chevron_rightWhy is the Pool open, but the community center isn't?
    Because COVID restrictions have been lifted for outdoor spaces, and because the pool cannot be reserved for parties, the pool can be opened.  However, because lifted restrictions are only in place for a 90-day trial period and can be reimposed at any time, should COVID numbers increase, the District board does not want to rent the community center under these conditions.  A sudden reimposition of restrictions could require the District to immediately shut down the community center, and anyone having rented the space for an event would be in the unfortunate position of having to find another venue. 
Community Pool
Non-District Questions