Grandview Estates residents have been participating in a neighborhood watch program for several years now under the “watchful” eye of longtime resident, Debra Sherwood. Debra was instrumental in starting the program for our community and working closely with Douglas County to provide the “Neighborhood Watch” signs posted on 1st, 3rd, and 6th Sts. Please consider teaming up with your neighbors and joining others in this important effort. After all, no one knows more about what is our happening in our neighborhood than its residents! For more information on how the Grandview program works, or to obtain contact information for your specific “block captain,” or even to volunteer and assist Debra on this important advisory committee, please contact her at 303-378-6183 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, residents and property owners are encouraged to join the Grandview Estates Neighborhood Watch page. Information from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office about incidents in and around Grandview Estates is posted. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Debra.
A “Criminal Description Worksheet” is attached as a *.pdf file.
An “Evacuation Preparation and Plan for GVE Horse Owners” is attached as a *.pdf file.