The Sundance Homeowners Association is located in Boulder, Colorado near Jay Road and 28th Street in the northern part of the city. We are a community of 72 single family homes and have four common areas that we maintain.
Our community was built in 1987 by the developer, James Company. We are a Planned Urban Development (PUD) neighborhood that is approximately six (6) acres in size. The homes are two story and range in size from 930 to 1200 square feet. All homes have garages and driveways and are made of cedar or redwood siding.
The Farmer’s Ditch, built in 1862, runs through our sub-division and is one of the oldest ditches in Boulder. This ditch was the source of water for most of the City of Boulder. The ditch turns on in early May and runs until mid-September. In 2000, the University of Colorado-Denver wrote a history and guide of the Boulder Valley Farmers Ditch. The ditch and water rights are primarily owned by the City of Boulder. The HOA maintains the sidebanks and trees alongside the ditch that run through our community.
Our HOA abuts along the southern side of the City of Boulder, Elks Park. This park provides a natural looking children’s park, covered picnic shelter and connection to many multi-use paths. These paths are easy access for walking, running and biking around Boulder. Fourmile Creek runs through the Elks Park as a floodway. This park was completely renovated in the Fall of 2014.
Homeowners are responsible for their own utilities and waste pick up. Western Disposal services our area for waste, recycling and compost pick up. The City of Boulder Water Utilities Division manages water and sewer services. Xcel Energy is the energy provider.
The HOA manages the common areas including landscaping and snow removal. We encourage new homeowners to review our governance documents as well as neighborhood information. For questions please contact us!
Below is an aeriel view of our Sundance neighborhood.