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Register or RE-Register on our Site

We have NEW features on our site – HOORAY.  Our MEMBER MANAGEMENT now allows you to maintain your own profile, username and password. 
Please take the time to update your profile by clicking on UPDATE MY PROFILE or go to Residents ->Update Profile (will require login).  Your username is your email address.  If you have forgotten you password it can be reset.  Or you can simply re-register with a new email address.
You can opt in/out of the Member Directory at any time (bottom of your profile).  The following will be included in the member directory for other residents to view:
  • Name
  • Address
  • Unit Number
  • Your Photo if you choose to upload one (photos may be rejected by the board if inappropriate).

Parking - Register Your Vehicle

With our current parking concerns, we are asking that everyone re-register and include their vehicle information.  You can include two vehicles per person on your registration.
Remember, we have received a request from the Villas at Homestead to not park on the apartment side of the parking lots.  These are owned by Villas at Homestead and are reserved for their tenants.  They have the right to tow any vehicle that is not registered with the apartment complex.  We want to be good neighbors, so please park on our side of the parking area.
We know parking spots can be a challenge.  So conversely, if you find there are residents or visitors of Villas at Homestead parking on condo side of the parking lot, please take a picture of the vehicle and email it to OldeMillBoard@gmail.com.  We will verify if it is a registered vehicle with the HOA.  If it is not, we will tag the vehicle and follow-up per our procedures for registering the vehicle or possible towing in the future.

Colorado Leaf Peeping

The most popular optiona rea alos the most obvious - Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park, the Peak to Peak Highway from Blackhawk to Estes Park, and Maroon Bells near Aspen.  Keep in mind, Colorado's color paette is more more limited than those in New England and that the areas that change color are relatively spare, which is why you have to trek to see them.  Here are some less-traveled but equally spectacular routes:
  1. U.S. 285 to Kenosha Pass; back via Guanella Pass Road (turn on Colorado 381 at Grant) to Georgetown, return via I-70.
  2. Oh-My-God Road, from Idaho Springs to Central City. It's an unpaved combination of the Two Brothers Road and the Virginia Canyon Road;  the easiest route among conflicting choices is to stay on Colorado Forest Road 279, all the way.
  3. Colorado State Highway 14 from Fort Collins up Poudre Canyon, to the top of Cameron Pass.
  4. U.S. 50 from Salida to Gunnison (Monarch Pass).
  5. Colorado State Highways 74/103 from Evergreen to Echo Lake.
  6. Boreas Pass Road, Como to Breckenridge. Take Colorado Forest Road 404; it becomes Forest Road 10 at the top of the pass. Unpaved.
  7. Dallas Divide/Lizard Head Pass, from Ridgway to Dolores. State Highway 62 from Ridgway; at Placerville, turn south onto State Highway 145.
  8. U.S. 550 (Million Dollar Highway), Ouray to Durango.
  9. West Elk Loop, including McClure Pass, Kebler Pass, Crested Butte, Black Canyon of the Gunnison and Paonia. This all-day trek starts at Carbondale, moving south on State Highway 133 and making a huge circle that includes State Highways 135 and 92.
  10. Chaffee County Road 306, Buena Vista to Taylor Park Reservoir (unpaved from top of Co

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The Old Mill HOA Board would like to remind our residents to lock your vehicles.  In many cases, a vehicle burglary is a crime of opportunity.
It was reported that sometime between 11pm Sept 6th and 7am Sept 7th that some unlocked vehicles on our North Parking Lot were "burglarized".  The report states that the thieves tole cash and coins inside the vehicles but did not break or steal anything else.  There were no signs of forced entry.
What you can do to protect your vehicle:
  • Be sure your vehicle is locked.  its' simply a crime of opportunity for thieves to walk down streets and neighborhood parking lots trying door handles.
  • Do not leave any valuables inside your vehicle.
  • Utilize some type of anti-theft device on your vehicle.
  • Any deterrent you can place on your vehicle to make it less of a target for thieves is advantageous.
Just because you may forget to lock your vehicle doesn't mean you deserve to be victimized.  We ask that our residents remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity in our community to local police.  Although the HOA would like to be notified of suspicious activity to continue to bring awareness to our residents; we do no have the authority that our law enforcement has.  Many criminal cases have been solved because citizens have taken the initiative to call 911 to report the in-progress crime.  Calling the police can make a difference!
Dues must be submitted before the 10th of every month to avoid any late fees.   Please see payment options on our Residents --->  HOA Payments Page.

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