Homeowner and Neighborhood Associations
Path to GovernmentCitizens who get involved in local government often start at the grassroots level – as a member or leader of a homeowners’ or neighborhood association. These associations are a vital part of the communications network for Arapahoe County.
Please Register or Update Your HOAwith Us. Please help us to get information out to your association by registering your Homeowners’ or Neighborhood Association within the unincorporated county with our Planning Division using the Form Center.
We will send you notifications for:
- Land use and development applications near your neighborhood, for proposed amendments to the Land Development Code (zoning, subdivision and land development regulations)
- Community meeting opportunities to learn about County planning activities such as the update to the Arapahoe County Comprehensive Plan
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Find a Homeowners' Association (HOA)To find a HOA in Unincorporated Arapahoe County go to ArapaMap.
To find a HOA if you live within an incorporated city or town, please contact your city or town government for HOA information:
- City of Aurora
- Town of Bennett
- Town of Bow Mar
- City of Centennial
- City of Cherry Hills Village
- Town of Columbine Valley
- Town of Deer Trail
- City of Englewood
- Town of Foxfield
- City of Glendale
- City of Greenwood Village
- City of Littleton
- City of Sheridan
Legal AdviceArapahoe County Planning does not regulate, mediate, or provide legal advice concerning Homeowners’ Associations. If you have concerns or complaints about your HOA, contact the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Real Estate, HOA Information and Resource Center.
Neighborhood covenants may be obtained through the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder - Recording Division:
5334 S. Prince St.
Littleton, CO 80120
Relay Colorado: 711
Documents may be viewed online using code (COV) COVENANTS.