Neighborhood & Community Safety

Southeast Denver Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNOs) & Home Owners Associations (HOAs)

What is the difference between an Registered Neighborhood Organization (RNO) and Home Owners Association (HOA)?

  • Requires dues
  • Does not usually require dues
  • Must register with the state
  • Must register with the city
  • Membership/Boundaries determined by the complex/neighborhood
  • Membership/Boundaries determined by neighbors & can include HOAs
  • Does not get notifications from the city
  • Gets notifications from the city

Denver is fortunate enough to have a great number of active Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNOs). They are important and helpful organizations that aid us in getting the work of the City & County done. They publicize important news, review land use issues and provide feedback and generally weigh in on matters facing their neighborhoods.

District 4 Registered Neighborhood Organizations

District 4 Home Owners Associations

  • Beaumont Place
  • Brandy Chase
  • Canyon Club Association
  • Carriage Place Apartments
  • Cherry Creek Meadows
  • Cherry Creek Townhomes
  • Cherry Hills Heights HOA
  • Cherry Hills III
  • Cherry Point HOA
  • Cornerstone at Tamarac
  • East Evans Business Association
  • Eastmoor Park Condos
  • Hampden East III Condos
  • Highline Club Homeowners
  • Holly Ridge
  • Hutchinson Hills Central
  • La Fontanta Condos
  • Monaco Place
  • Morningside
  • Plaza de Monaco
  • Plaza III Townhomes
  • Promontory HOA
  • Provence Townhouse Association
  • Shadow Wood
  • Southmoor Park East HOA
  • Stoney Brook HOA
  • Tamarac Park HOA
  • Tamaron I Condos
  • Tamaron II Condos
  • The Ridge at Tamarac
  • Third Cherry Creek Townhomes
  • Wellshire East
  • Westley Lane Townhome Association
  • Whispering Pines
  • Woodstream Falls Condo Association

Please reach out to to request Councilwoman Black's attendance at an RNO meeting.

Denver Police Department Meetings & Resources

Community Advisory Board (CAB) Meetings

CAB Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of most months. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate. Hosted by Commander Kyle and law enforcement leadership from DPD District 3. Learn about crime stats and trends that affect our neighborhoods. Questions and comments can be asked at the end of this meeting. Email for a link to participate.

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Denver Police District 3's Neighborhood Watch program encourages a partnership between officers and the residents they serve. Officers promote neighborhood connectivity by encouraging neighbors to get to know one another, and teaching residents how to effectively observe and report suspicious behavior. This program creates awareness through implicit bias education - reminding neighbors - it's the person's behavior, not the person to be mindful of when observing and reporting suspicious behavior to the Police. Email for more information.

Block Communicator Meetings

This presentation is for those who have already participated in Neighborhood Watch Training and will cover the first steps in becoming the Neighborhood Watch point of contact for your block. Learn how to research crime stats in your area, search for sex offenders in your neighborhood, and request traffic monitoring/enforcement. Email for more information.

Community Resource Officers

Community Resource Officers (CROs) provide assistance on issues such as neighbor disputes, public nuisances, zoning issues, fraud and crime prevention, and other neighborhood concerns. They attend regular neighborhood organization meetings and provide training on issues such as neighborhood watch, commercial and home security, gang awareness, crime prevention, and much more. 

District 3 Community Resource Officers:

Officer Michael Borquez

Officer Matt Grimsley

Officer Kate Young

Officer Antonio Pacheco