Letter Welcoming Newcomers


Glad to have you as a neighbor!!

Please feel free to call any board member with any questions you may have. Board member’s phone numbers are located on the first page of our phone directory, which has been delivered with this note. Tiffany also has a monthly newsletter which will be delivered monthly to your door step.

Tiffany Homeowner’s Association

P.O. Box 3392

Centennial, CO 80161

Our email address: Tiffany.hoa@comcast.org

Our website: www.tiffanyhoa.org

Tiffany has a neighborhood park with children’s playground equipment and several basketball hoops. It is located in the Hinsdale Place cul-de-sac. Tiffany is surrounded on three sides by a South Suburban green belt which has a hiking trail that connects to many other hiking trails. Also along the Big Dry Creek trail, there is a creek and a nearby pond.

Garbage Pick up

You may use any service that you like but we strongly recommend using Waste Connections. Over 66% of neighbors use this service, and we are working to get 100% compliance. If residents use one trash service, we do not have different garbage trucks running through our neighborhood every day causing noise, air, and visual pollution as well as full garbage cans sitting on our street every day. Waste Connection’s number is 303-288-2100.

Tiffany Ladies Night Out

Our group includes ladies with young children to ladies in retirement and meets on the third Thursday of most months. It is a great way to connect and to meet your neighbors.  It’s fun, it’s low-key and it is a come when you can event.   Some activities take place in Tiffany while others take place outside the neighborhood.  Past events have included an Italian Potluck dinner, game nights, patio party, movie night and dinner at a local restaurant.  To find out more or to join us for a fun evening contact Carol Klutho at 303-290-9428. We would love to meet you.

Neighborhood Help

We have a list of Tiffany’s teenagers who are babysitters and house sitters in our monthly newsletter.

You are now living in the Littleton School District

Arapahoe High School Grades 9-12

Newton Middle School Grades 6-8

Sandburg Elementary School Grades 1-5

(Two important streets to know: Dry Creek Road runs right next to our neighborhood and runs east and west. University Blvd. is a few blocks west of our neighborhood. It runs north and south.)

What is around Tiffany?


Nearest Shopping Center:

Streets at Southglenn is located on the west side of University Blvd ½ mile north of Dry Creek.  Major attractions include: Sears, Macys, Regal Southglenn Stadium 14, Whole Foods as well as many popular stores and restaurants for casual to fine dining. We have enclosed a brochure for you giving you a map of the center. The shopping center is decorated with colorful flowers during the summer and sparkling lights in the winter. There is a small ice arena in the wintertime right behind the large water fountain. A coffee/hot chocolate kiosk is located nearby.

Closest Grocery Store: Oh, my. We have many!

King Soopers—SW corner of University and Dry Creek (Just a couple of blocks away)

Albertsons—NE Corner of University and Dry Creek (Just a couple of blocks away)

Whole Foods—At Streets at Southglenn. (See above)

Natural Grocers — University and Arapahoe. East of Streets at Southglenn

Trader Joe’s—In the shoppette on the corner of University and Orchard

Safeway—West on Dry Creek about 2 miles. (Dry Creek becomes Mineral Avenue) It is

on the NW corner of Broadway and Mineral

Sprouts — SW corner of University and County Line Rd.

Closest Drug Stores

Rite Aid — University and Arapahoe. East of Streets at Southglenn

Walgreens— West on Dry Creek. Turn north on University. West on Arapahoe Road.

Walgreens is ¼ block on your right side (north).

Closest Hardware Store

Big Tool Box—East on Dry Creek to Holly. South on Holly and drive about

6 or 7 blocks. Big Tool is on the left hand side. This is also a plant nursery.

Big Box Stores:

Target—West on Dry Creek. South on University. Drive to County Line Road—about

1 mile. West on County Line. Target is a few blocks down on your left hand side.

Lowes and Home Depot—East on Dry Creek Road about 10 minutes. Drive under

I-25. Turn left (south)on Clinton. Take Clinton to Arapahoe Road. Cross Arapahoe Road

And drive a couple of blocks and you will find Lowes on your left and Home Depot on

your right. Other nearby locations for Home Depot are Park Meadows and at Lucent and

Highlands Ranch Pkwy.

Closest Library

Southglenn Library is located in the Streets at Southglenn. West on Dry Creek to University.

North on University 6 or 7 blocks to the Streets at Southglenn. It is near the parking structure

in the SW corner of the center

Koebel Library (large main branch) East on Dry Creek to Holly. North on Holly approx. 2 miles to

Orchard. Library is on corner of Holly and Orchard.

Closest Hospital

Littleton Adventist Hospital. West on Dry Creek. Drive past University and keep going. The

road will curve to the left as Dry Creek turns into Mineral.  Keep going. Hospital is on the right

hand side. Signed entrances off Mineral and/or Broadway.  6 or 7 minute drive.


Recreation District

You now live in the South Suburban Recreation District. Goodson center is the closest facility.

It has many classes, from yoga, to art, to racquetball, to tennis, to basketball, to swimming—and

much, much more. It also has a pre school for the little ones. Just over the footpath from Goodson

Center is South Suburban Ice Arena. There are other facilities in other locations including golf

courses, (including a mini golf course,) and swimming pools and arcades.



Centennial City has a large, beautiful City Park located north of Arapahoe Road on Peakview

Avenue. It has a huge variety of playground areas including water features, climbing walls,

archeology digs, gardens, and maps of Colorado drawn out on the cement sidewalk. During

the summer they have concerts in the park as well as farmer markets.

Did you know???

Centennial was incorporated in 2001. It is almost 30 square miles. It has a population of 103,743

people and is the 7th largest City in the Denver Metro area. Centennial has 38,779 households

and has a median household income of $87,359. Almost 52% of the population 25 years and over

has at least a bachelor’s degree. You are living in District 2 of Centennial. Your City Council

representative is Doris Truhlar and the City’s Mayor is Cathy Noon.

Useful Phone Numbers



Arapahoe County Numbers:

To report a crime: Arapahoe Sheriff Department: 303-795-4711

Centennial Animal Service: 720-874-6750 (www.centennialcolorado.com/licensepet)

Human Services: 303-636-7730

Planning Department: 720-874-6650

Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222

Road Conditions: 303-639-1111

Road Maintenance: 720-874-ROAD

Traffic Complain Hotline: 720-874-3825

Tri County Health: 303-220-9200

Victim Assistance: 720-874-4038


City of Centennial:

Centennial Hot Line: 303-325-8000

Animal Control: 303-325-8070

Public Works: 303-325-8000

Code Enforcement: 303-754-3400

Municipal Court: 303-754-3380

Planning and Zoning: 303-754-3308