Aurora, Colorado

Homeowners' Resources


Please click on the various links below to access the requested form(s) or document(s).

Andover Glen Homeowners' Association Covenants

Architectural Change Request Form

Covenant Change - Survey of Interest

Referral of Non-Compliance Regarding Covenants

Request for Records Inspection or Copy

Andover Glen Insurance Policy

Andover Glen Certificate of Liability Insurance

Limited Amendment to the Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Andover Glen

Amendment Limited to Declaration Rentals- Recorded



Homeowners Fees and Community Single Service Trash Collection

The current annual assessment is:  $530.00



Community single service trash collection
Andover Glen residents have adopted a single service trash collection.  As per the covenants, homeowner’s dues will include the amount of the yearly cost of the service to each homeowner.


Waste Connections Customer Service #: 844-708-7274

Waste Connections

Waste Connections Pickup Schedule

Waste Connections Disposal / Recycle Guide



City of Aurora Important Information

City of Aurora Water Conservation Incentives 

City of Aurora Building and Zoning Code 

City of Aurora Code of Ordinances 

City of Aurora Short Term Rentals 2017



State of Colorado Important Information

Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) - HOA Information and Resource Center



Community Garden
A limited number of 6’x10’ plots will be available to homeowners for the 2024 season.  The cost is $10 for the season.  Water is provided to your drip system daily or 3 times per week as needed.  Gardeners of our current 25 plots have grown an amazing amount of produce in past years.  Click here for more details.  Please contact any board member (info on the contact page, here) to request a plot.



Volunteer Opportunities

Got some time on your hands?  Need something to keep the kids out of trouble?  Then why not volunteer to help out on Andover Glen park projects?  We always have some “nice to do” projects that just need require volunteer labor.  Projects include building mulch beds, topping off bare spots with mulch, picking up trash (especially around the creek), pruning shrubs, tennis court maintenance, weeding, adding drip irrigation, etc.  The board will be glad to discuss with you what needs doing, and you can do the job on your own schedule.  Please contact any board member (info on the contact page, here) to find out how you can help your neighborhood.