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Douglas County declares disaster following Highlands Ranch tornado

To our Highlands Ranch community – you are not alone. As yo...

To our Highlands Ranch community – you are not alone. As you clean up after Thursday’s storm, you likely have questions. Please read on for what we know now.

“We’re counting our blessings that there were no reported injuries nor deaths from Thursday’s storm. However, there was significant damage and debris,” said Commissioner Lora Thomas. “We’re working in partnership with the Sheriff’s Office, Highlands Ranch Metro District and the Highlands Ranch Community Association to help everyone affected.”

“The County has issued a disaster declaration to open the door for state support,” said Commissioner Abe Laydon. “In the meantime, we are working with the Highlands Ranch community to provide tree debris drop-off sites.”

Tree Debris Cleanup Douglas County crews are working to clean up tree debris that is causing safety hazards along the sidewalk and in the roadway, starting with the hardest hit area, which is between Highlands Ranch Parkway and C-470 and from Broadway to Colorado.

Crews are also evaluating every street in Highlands Ranch to map damage, which will help inform the crews’ efforts. If you need to report a damaged traffic sign, you can do so online.

For those who have tree debris on their private property, there are two drop off sites available in Highlands Ranch – and more will be planned as needed. You can drop off anything that can be turned into mulch, such as tree branches or brush. Please do not bring fences nor root balls. This service is for Douglas County homeowners, not contractors. Anything larger than a typical trashcan load should go to these sites:

“We want our community to know that our crews are going street-by-street to evaluate the damage and prioritize recovery efforts,” said Commissioner George Teal. “We know cleaning up after this storm will be a shared responsibility among public entities and our individual homeowners.”

“Thankfully, no one was seriously injured in the tornado that hit Highlands Ranch yesterday, but our community experienced quite a bit of damage,” said Highlands Ranch Metro District General Manager Stephanie Stanley. “Our staff and our partners are assessing the damage and our crews are coordinating repairs in our parks, along trails, and parkways along major roads. If people see a problem on public property, please report it through the Report a Concern link at www.highlandsranch.org. Updated resources and information are available at highlandsranch.org/stormdamage.”

“The HRCA’s residents are our top priority everyday, especially during a crisis like this. We are working with Douglas County and the Metro District in partnership to provide resources to residents for debris removal and covenant concerns. We are working to keep our website, HRCAonline.org, up to date as the best resource for the latest information,” said Mike Bailey, General Manager of the Highlands Ranch Community Association.

For current information and resources, visit HighlandsRanch.org/StormDamage. Additional updates will be provided as they are known.

For private property post-storm cleanup tips and information, read this information from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

Please contact homeowners’ insurance for damage on your property. Please only call the Sheriff’s Office if you are experiencing an emergency.

“Our deputies and emergency personnel responded to this disaster with compassion and professionalism,” said Douglas County Undersheriff Dave Walcher. “They worked through the night to direct traffic, provide information, and clear roadways. The recovery phase has begun, and we’re working closely with the county and other agencies to provide support and resources.”

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In Highlands Ranch since the start, Jeff Case retires after more than four decades

When Jeff Case began working on the Highlands Ranch development in 1981, he thought he would only stay for a few years. He has watched Highlands Ranch grow from a piece of land into a bustling suburban community.Case has worn a number of hats in his 43 years serving the Highlands Ranch area, including director of public works and engineering for the Highlands Ranch Metro District and the ...

When Jeff Case began working on the Highlands Ranch development in 1981, he thought he would only stay for a few years. He has watched Highlands Ranch grow from a piece of land into a bustling suburban community.

Case has worn a number of hats in his 43 years serving the Highlands Ranch area, including director of public works and engineering for the Highlands Ranch Metro District and the Centennial Water and Sanitation District.

Case retired in January.

“We had to be one of the firsts,” said Case. “And that was what made every year of 40 years not boring.

The first phase of Highlands Ranch’s construction took place in 1980, a year after the Douglas County Commissioners approved the plan and Mission Viejo Co. purchased the 22,000 acres for the development.

Sales of homes began in 1981, just before, Case was hired with Centennial Water. Most of his experience in civil engineering was water and wastewater, so he focused on the community’s water infrastructure.

Since then, Case has led his staff in the design and construction of the community’s major water and sewer infrastructure system.

“Jeff was literally here from the start,” said Centennial Water General Manager Sam Calkins in a news release, praising Case’s years of service. “Working day in and day out with the vision to make sure our community had the best possible water and wastewater systems for the first 40 years – and the next 40 years.”

Using a master plan for the community, said Case, they were able to look at the anticipated demands in various locations in the community.

The team wanted to build what was necessary and not be excessive. Case said it was a balancing act to figure out what was needed then providing it.

From 1981 to 1986, Case became the director of planning and engineering for the water and Highlands Ranch Metro District. From there, his responsibilities turned into managing roads, storm drainage, parks and recreation and more.

“That’s what has been so exciting about it,” said Case. “It’s been such a diverse area of responsibility, but also of challenges.”

He also led the master planning of the metro district’s local outdoor recreation system, which interconnected the park and trail system. Case said the district focused on access to trails that were close in proximity to open space and created a big network not just for people, but for wildlife.

Case was also part of developing one of the first water budgets in the nation in the early 2000s, coordinated the Lucent interchange off C-470 and led the renovation of the historic Highlands Ranch Mansion from 2010 to 2012.

“Highlands Ranch has benefited from Jeff’s skills, attention to detail and personal knowledge of our community’s planning and infrastructure since it was founded,” said Metro District General Manager Stephanie Stanley in a news release. “We owe much of our success to him.”

Looking back at his career, Case said one of his biggest accomplishments was listening and being an advocate for approaches they felt were best for the community.

“We will continue to see his legacy every day in the projects he built to turn Highlands Ranch from a plan on the map into the vibrant community we enjoy today,” said Calkins.

Although he doesn’t have any specific plans for retirement, Case said he wants to stay involved in the community.

From watching the first grocery store open up on University Boulevard to a community that provides education, recreation and a home to many, Case said the most memorable piece for him has been the ability to work with many talented people.

“There were a lot of people that gave their hearts and souls into this community,” said Case. “I think that, in some ways, is what made Highlands Ranch.”

Colorado Powerball winners: Here's where the winning tickets were sold

Four $50,000 tickets were sold in Colorado during Saturday night's drawing, but there was no grand prize winner.HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Four Coloradans are a few thousand dollars richer after Saturday night's Powerball drawing. Here's where those tickets were sold.Four $50,000 tickets were sold in Colorado during Saturday night's drawing, but there was no grand prize winner.Three of those lucky tickets were sold at a Circle K in Highlands Ran...

Four $50,000 tickets were sold in Colorado during Saturday night's drawing, but there was no grand prize winner.

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Four Coloradans are a few thousand dollars richer after Saturday night's Powerball drawing. Here's where those tickets were sold.

Four $50,000 tickets were sold in Colorado during Saturday night's drawing, but there was no grand prize winner.

Three of those lucky tickets were sold at a Circle K in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, identified as store number 135478.

The fourth ticket was sold at Winners Corner at 310 N. Main Street in Pueblo, Colorado.

With no big winner in the Powerball jackpot Saturday, the grand prize for Monday’s drawing grew closer to one billion dollars - right now, it sits at an estimated $975 million.

The winning numbers drawn were: 12, 13, 33, 50, 52 and the red Powerball 23.

The next drawing will be Monday at 11 p.m. ET.

A jackpot winner in that drawing can choose to receive the money in annuitized payments over 30 years or take a lump sum estimated at $471.7 million.

No one has won Powerball’s top prize since New Year’s Day when a ticket in Michigan hit for $842.4 million, bringing the number of consecutive drawings without a jackpot winner to 38. That winless streak nears the record of 41 consecutive drawings, set twice in 2022 and 2021.

As the prizes grow, the drawings attract more ticket sales and the jackpots subsequently become harder to hit. The game’s long odds for Saturday’s drawing were 1 in 292.2 million.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Senior Center Spotlight: Highlands Ranch Building New Center to Serve More Older Adults

In an area where one in four residents will be 60+ by the year 2030, the construction of a new senior center seemed a natural next step for Highlands Ranch Metro District to enhance programs and services for older adults."We're excited to set off on this new journey together, and to continue to build upon the incredible programs and services that serve our community's older adult population," according to the H...

In an area where one in four residents will be 60+ by the year 2030, the construction of a new senior center seemed a natural next step for Highlands Ranch Metro District to enhance programs and services for older adults.

"We're excited to set off on this new journey together, and to continue to build upon the incredible programs and services that serve our community's older adult population," according to the Highlands Ranch Metro District's Senior Center Programs & Services webpage.

As construction progresses, interested local adults can purchase an inaugural senior center membership for $20. This membership, which comes with a pin and specially designed key fob, will offer benefits including reduced fees for programs, $10 discount off the annual membership in 2024 when the building opens, invitation to a special pre-opening reception, and free access to virtual programs.

Inaugural members will also be the first to learn of volunteer opportunities at the center. This has proven to be a very successful way to spread the word about the center and build enthusiasm and support as more than 160 people joined in the first week alone.

What is the history of the Highlands Ranch Senior Center?

Founded in 1981, Highlands Ranch is a 22,000-acre master-planned community located 12 miles south of Denver. While the community has not had a facility dedicated as a senior center, programs have been offered to older adults in a ‘senior center on wheels’ model.

The Metro District’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department had one employee dedicated to planning activities for older adults, including presentations at the library or in the recreation centers on topics of interest (i.e., Medicare 101, cardiovascular health), trail walks and games in the park to engage older adults in active pursuits, coffee chats at a local coffee shop, afternoon board games at the recreation center, and dinner and happy hours at restaurants to encourage greater socialization. The Highland Ranch Community Association, an HOA, offered space for a nonprofit group, the Highlands Ranch Senior Club, to offer activities for older adults, but these were limited to a monthly luncheon and weekly card games.

There are a few large senior living complexes in the area that have recreation activities for their residents. But there was still unmet need and interest in a place where seniors could go and be around others their age and participate in fun and educational experiences. While there is some growing interest around the country in the “senior center without walls” or virtual senior center models, this community, through a comprehensive community consultation process, decided investing in a facility would be the better option.

As part of a collaborative community process to guide the planning, senior center stakeholders:

The construction process, documented on the Metro District’s website, began with earth moving in March 2022, and they expect to open in early 2024.

How is Highlands Ranch Senior Center taking shape?

Jill Hall, former Division Chief of Senior Centers and Community Services with the Baltimore County Department of Aging and current Chair of NISC, was hired in April as the Senior Center Manager to help formalize programming and assist the Public Works and Facilities team in overseeing construction.

Initially, Hall contracted with a senior center design specialist, Lifespan Design Studios, to review architectural plans and identify finishes that would best suit an older adult population. Lifespan reviewed all the specifications and made several suggestions to improve the functionality for older adults. Simple things like toilet and sink heights, lighting, floor surfaces, paint colors, chair and table styles, and door hardware can make the difference between a building that is user-friendly and one that has tripping hazards or difficulties for those with low vision.

Hall then reviewed the staffing plan and used the NISC service delivery standards to develop job descriptions for each employee. She wanted to make sure the programming the senior center offered reflected a wide array of activities to connect people to each other and to meaningful and healthy activities. They also had to address current issues facing older adults and trends, including fall prevention, technology training, volunteer opportunities, fitness, and arts.

Being a brand-new center, there were no operating policies, job descriptions, volunteer position descriptions, or other administrative forms in place, so these all had to be developed. In addition, staff had to learn RecTrac, the program registration, membership management and facility booking software that was used in Highlands Ranch. And, of course, they had to continue to generate awareness and excitement for the center within the community prior to its official opening. Staff started recruiting for center volunteers early on. These volunteers are participating in local community activities, including non-traditional events like ice cream socials and parades, to spread the word. Wearing their senior center T-shirts, they hand out information about the senior center and its the programs and are very animated when they show off the building renderings.

Prior to the Metro District Board authorizing funding for senior center construction, staff developed a model to determine cost recovery polices and set fees for upcoming programs. In the past, many programs had been free, so adding a membership fee and program fees can meet some resistance. Staff developed a pricing strategy for memberships to allow people to purchase them by the day, month, or year. The Metro District is seeking opportunities for nonprofits to provide scholarships to make sure cost is not a deterrent to anyone.

What will happen at Highlands Ranch Senior Center?

The Highlands Ranch Senior Center will be the centralized hub for all programs and activities for adults 55+ in the community. Having a full range of health, education, recreation, fitness, social and volunteer opportunities available throughout the week will give older adults somewhere they can come to get engaged and be around others.

People will be able to do as much or as little as they want. There will be classes to take every day, places just to sit and chat with others, clubs to join, and meaningful opportunities to volunteer and make a difference.

Older adults can "meet new friends and join clubs or classes with others who share the same interests. Or find meaning or purpose by volunteering or leading a class," Hall told the Public News Service. "Senior centers really give people a reason to get up in the morning and leave their homes, especially when they live alone."

The center will also host intergenerational events and be available for community rentals.

In all phases of the building process, "Being a member of NISC was invaluable," Hall said. She was able to ask senior center directors from across the country to send examples of the chairs they recently purchased, the bylaws from their 501c3 group, job descriptions for volunteer positions, and more.

Still not a member of the National Institute for Senior Centers? Join today, membership is free.

If you are building or have recently built a new senior center, or if your center has engaged in a recent study or assessment or is trying out some new programming approaches, we’d love to hear about it. And if you haven't already, we'd encourage you to join the National Institute of Senior Centers (NISC). Free to all senior centers (and their personnel), NISC supports senior centers with best practices and innovations in programming, as well as networking and training opportunities. Ask for help, leverage NISC resources, or share your successes like the Highlands Ranch Senior Center. Find out how you can become a NISC Affiliate today.

Highlands Ranch 9-year-old organizes Colorado holiday pet drive after her dog passes away

When a Highlands Ranch 9-year-old's dog passed away, she didn't let sadness take over. Instead, she's using her story and the holiday season to give back to pets without homes in her Colorado community.It was around Christmas last year when Milly Kukuczka lost her best friend. It was the dog she'd had since she was a baby."She was a Border Collie mix and her name was Bella," said Milly."It's been really hard the last year to watch her struggle with that," said Milly's mom, Ashley Kukuczka.But t...

When a Highlands Ranch 9-year-old's dog passed away, she didn't let sadness take over. Instead, she's using her story and the holiday season to give back to pets without homes in her Colorado community.

It was around Christmas last year when Milly Kukuczka lost her best friend. It was the dog she'd had since she was a baby.

"She was a Border Collie mix and her name was Bella," said Milly.

"It's been really hard the last year to watch her struggle with that," said Milly's mom, Ashley Kukuczka.

But this Christmas, Milly decided to help other pets.

"I thought it was sad that pets didn't have owners, especially around the holidays," said Milly.

"We asked her for her Christmas list and what she wanted for Christmas and she went in her art room and came out with a flier and wanted to do a pet drive donation," said Ashley.

Her parents reached out to the Dumb Friends League in Denver, shared the pet drive on social media, and soon the community had jumped in to help.

"We've partnered with our gym and with her school, we've set boxes up there. I'm collecting some at my work, my husband's collecting some at his work," said Ashley.

Milly wants to collect as many toys, food items, and pet supplies as she can. She wants every pet who doesn't have an owner to have a present to open on Christmas.

"Treats, and bones, and some food," said Milly as she looked through a donation bag.

"There's like 50 toys in there already. We have boxes of treats and cat scratchers. I think there's five or six dog beds already," said Ashley.

At just 9, Milly is serving as Santa for shelter pets.

"Just make sure every pet feels love, even if they don't have a home on Christmas," said Ashley.

"Even though you're little you can still make a big difference," said Milly.

BackCountry CrossFit in Littleton is accepting donations for Milly. The pet drive will go until Thursday Dec. 21. Then Milly will hand deliver them to the Denver Dumb Friends League, so the pets can get their presents just in time for Christmas.

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