New Residents

New Resident Checklist

Welcome to Inspiration! Let’s get you settled in with the necessities.

Links below will guide you to:

  • Order your trash and recycling carts (service is included in your fees)
  • Get your mailbox key
  • Find your quarterly fee billing information
  • Obtain your pool key fobs
  • Get info on ARC requests or landscape installation applications

Selling, or Buying a Resale Home?

See the Home Resales notes below for special instructions.

Please email [email protected] if you need assistance.

Request Your Trash & Recycling Carts

Waste Connections is our trash and recycling pickup provider. The service is included in your District fees. Visit our Trash Service page to learn more about collection times, contact information, and to get a calendar. Click the button below to learn more and order your trash and recycling carts.

Home Resales – leave your clean trash and recycling bins for the next owner. The service is tied to the address itself, no update is required.

Find Your Billing Information

CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA) is our billing provider. The management company is not able to look up your six-digit account number or your balance. Your quarterly fees will have been paid through the current calendar quarter as part of your closing settlement. Due dates for future payments are on the 1st day of each quarter. Visit the Quarterly Fees page for information.

Home Resales – your account will be transferred from seller to buyer automatically via the closing process. If the seller has a different mailing address than the property address, contact CLA to have the mailing list removed.

Get Your Mailbox Key

Bring your photo identification and deed to pick-up your mailbox key at the US Post Office, located at 18555 E Smoky Hill Rd, Centennial, CO 80015.

The District does not have possession of mailbox keys at any point in the home transfer process and cannot assist with issuing or replacing keys. Page Specialty is the independent vendor that installs the mailboxes for the developer and provides the keys to the post office, they can also be contacted to re-key a mailbox. Call 303-770-2842 or email them.

Home Resales – leave your mailbox key for the next owner.

Obtain Your Pool Key Fob

You’ll need to obtain a key fob to access the District’s pool. If you’re a Hilltop 55+ resident, you will get your fob from Hilltop then the District will remotely program your privileges onto those fobs. Each home lot receives two fobs, free of charge. If you’re in a resale home, ask the prior occupants to provide you with their old fobs to avoid being charged for new fobs, we can re-assign them to you. Read the Pool Rules, and request your fobs using the button below. Pool fobs can take between 2-5 business days.

Home Resales – leave your key fobs for the next owner as a courtesy, email us with the fob numbers to have your name taken off the fob records. New owner can fill out the fob request, entering the fob IDs to avoid a fee.

Sign Up For the Email Newsletter (eBlast)

Head over to our News page to get signed up for the District’s newsletter mailing list. Email updates are sent approximately once per week, typically on Tuesdays, but frequency varies with news and events.

Home Resales – Sellers can easily unsubscribe at the bottom of any District email.

Guidance for Architectural Change Requests or Landscape Installation

Making a change to the exterior of your home? Putting in a fence or landscaping? You must receive written approval from the District in order to proceed with exterior improvements of your home. Review the Residential Improvement Guidelines document on the Design Review page to familiarize yourself with the rules.

You can get started on the application process even before your closing as long as you are under contract. The Design Review Application Form will walk you through the steps to submit your project for approval. The Design Review Completion Form must be completed when the project is finished.

Meet Your Neighbors & Get Involved

We can’t wait for you to meet your neighbors at an upcoming social event, held year-round but most frequently throughout the warmer months. Board meetings and committee meetings are open to all residents. The Social Committee and Common Area Committee are always happy to have new volunteers.