Welcome to Wildcat Ridge

Welcome to the Wildcat Ridge Website

Our website has been designed to help keep you informed about our community so that you can feel at home and in touch with your neighbors. 

My Resident Area

Please login to your homeowner account. (if you have not logged on before, please click on the resident registration link below and follow the instructions to obtain a username and password). Once you have registered online, please select the "My Residents Area" under the Welcome button (top, left).


Upcoming Events

Wildcat Ridge Spring Garage Sale

The Wildcat Ridge spring garage sale dates have been set for May 1st and May 2nd.  There is no sponsor for this event.

Homeowners will be responsible for the acquisition, placement, and removal of their own signage.  Any signs placed on HOA property will be removed and destroyed after May 2nd.

If you would like to share your address for this event, please send your street address to kmcmanus@tmmccares.com by noon April 28th, 2015.  The address list will be used for possible external marketing on Craigslist or other similar sources.

Board Meeting

May 14, 2015 @ 6:00 P.M.
LoneTree Golf Club

Perfect Pools is now accepting lifeguard applications. Visit their website at http://www.perfect-pools.com/ or download the application in PDF at http://perfect-pools.com/downloads/Application.pdf.

Perimeter Fence Replacement

The Wildcat Ridge Community Association will be conducting a perimeter fence replacement project throughout the community. This is a large project that is scheduled in multiple phases over 10 years, beginning this fall. Please conform to all notices received by Fence Consulting Service and R & P Fence Company, as they are the contractors that will be completing the replacement of the fences. 

If you have any questions regarding your association’s fence replacement project, please do not hesitate to contact Jerry Bishop with Fence Consulting Services at 303-427-7400 ext 316, or email at: Jerry@FenceConsultingServices.com

Quick Links

Quick links to frequently used documents, click on the document below for access. You can access all of the community documents under the Document Library tab once you are logged in.

Design Review Guidelines
Design Review Guidelines Figures
Paint Colors
DRR Form

Contact Us

For additional information click the Contact Us tab


Below are some helpful tips as we enter into the colder winter months.  Many owners were caught off guard a few weeks ago when the temperatures dipped below freezing and they ended up with burst pipes and expensive water damage repairs.  Several of the burst pipes were a result of not removing their hose from their hose bib.  Please take a moment to review the below information and double check that you are prepared for the next round of freezing weather.  

Helpful Tips     

  1. Disconnect exterior hoses for hose bibs.
  2. Open cabinet doors under sinks to allow heated air to circulate around water pipes.
  3. Identify exterior pipes and potential problems before a pipe bursts.
  4. Set your thermostat at a minimum of 60 degrees.
  5. Protect faucets and pipes in unheated areas with pipe insulation or heat tape.
  6. Cover vents around your property's foundation or crawlspace.
  7. Identify your property's water shut-off valve and know how to turn it off.

Check to be sure your homeowner's insurance will protect you in the event of a burst pipe by paying for repairs and the damage done to your personal property.

Be sure if you are traveling that you leave emergency contact information with our office, a neighbor, a relative, etc.  

Winter Maintenance Tips | Let it Trickle?

Why let water trickle during freezing weather?

Some may answer: To prevent water from freezing in a pipe which can cause the pipe to burst.

If that was your answer, you were only half right.  Water freezing in your water line can cause the water pressure in that line to increase.  As water in the supply line freezes, it expands pushing against all the water between it and your property.  This build-up in pressure can increase enough to cause a pipe to burst or fracture at its weakest link.  Adequately insulating pipes can help to reduce or completely mitigate your pipes from freezing. Leaving a faucet with even the lowest drip can help provide pressure relief when needed.

A dripping faucet does waste some water, so only pipes vulnerable to freezing (pipes that run through an unheated or unprotected space) should be left with the water flowing.