Dear Horseshoe Ridge Community residents,
The Town of Parker and the Horseshoe Ridge HOA Board was working on a process to assist with parking issues in our community during the Let Freedom Sing! Independence Day Celebration on Monday, July 4. Because that process was going to restrict access to only resident community members and their guests, it was decided that there would be no block party community event permits issued and therefore any resident that requested such a permit through the Town was declined.
However, both parties agreed that the restricted access process needed more time for communication to the community and therefore we will not be restricting access during this year’s event.
The Town is working on signage assistance to help alleviate some of the traffic congestion we have in our community during the event. The Board and the Town are working closely to develop a plan for future years so that the congestion we see on July 4 is reduced. If you reached out to the Town to request a block party special event permit and were denied, you can re-instate your request and apply online at http://www.parkeronline.org/130/Community-Event-Permits.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ann Curry, Customer Service Lead for the Town of Parker at 303.841.0353 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Town usually requests these applications to be started no later than forty-five days before the event. However, the Town is relaxing this requirement because of the situation.
Please note, these permits are on a first-come, first-served basis and there are only a limited amount of permits being approved due to safety reasons.