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Red Fox Hills Spring Neighborhood Garage Sale - Sat. 4/22, 9am -12pm

updated 03/13/2023 2:56pm

Saturday April 22nd from 9:00am-12:00pm. All neighbors are welcome to participate by having their items displayed in their respective driveways (all set up, clean up, pricing, and transactions are the responsibility of the individual residents). 

Questions: Contact Erin or Tricia

Annual HOA Board Mtg. Mon. 4/3/23

updated 03/06/2023 8:52pm

Annual HOA Meeting

Mon. April 3rd, 5:30pm, Annual RFH Board Mtg. -  West Side Bugle Ct. cul-de-sac. Bring your own chair and beverage of your choice. Dinner (Illegal Pete's!) and schmooze from 5:30-6pm, meeting 6-7pm.

All residents welcome/encouraged to attend! Any questions - contact Jeff ( or text (303) 325-1255) 

Fire Mitigation Recommendations from Boulder Rural Fire Dept.

updated 09/05/2022 5:04pm

Red Fox Hills is adjacent to open spaces on all sides of our community. In order to mitigate the potential for a wildfire running through our community the following recommendations for a defensible rural-urban interface are recommended by Boulder Rural Fire Dept. (BRFD)
  1. Please refrain from having open fires.
  2. All homes directly adjacent to open spaces should mow the area directly behind their home to a distance of 20 feet. If you do not have “the fields” behind your home, pick up and dispose of fallen tree limbs or other combustible material. If you are not able to do this own your own, please contact the HOA and we will work something out. 
  3. Clean out roof gutters and ensure all roofing materials are in good shape to prevent ignition from falling embers.
  4. Do not store firewood adjacent to your home.
  5. If you have any mulch or other combustible landscaping within 5 feet of your home’s foundation, consider replacing it with something like pea gravel or decomposed granite.
  6. Consider removing  shrubs or trees adjacent to your home.
  7. If you have several trees in a small area, consider thinning them out.
  8. Remove combustible materials from under patios and decks and basement window-wells.
  9. Plant native wildflowers and fire-resistant plants.

More information for fire mitigation and safety is available from and  or you can visit with the personnel at the Boulder Rural Fire Department. They are very accessible and helpful! 6230 LOOKOUT RD, BOULDER, CO 80301 | 303-530-9575 

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