FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

HOA Items

TMMC Property Management is the Community Management Company for the Sapphire Pointe Master Association. They work for the Sapphire Pointe Master Association Community and take direction from the Board of Directors. You can reach TMMC at 303.985.9623 or via email to frontdesk@tmmccares.com.
Payments can be made with the TMMC Property Management provided coupons, online or direct payment. To review your account or make an online payment, please visit this website https://mutualpaypropertypay.com/ To obtain your account number, please contact TMMC at 303.985.9623 or via email to accounting@tmmccares.com.
Yes, Cutter’s Ridge has it’s own Board and also it’s own management company. Cutter’s Ridge is an official sub-association of the Sapphire Pointe Master Association. Cutter’s Ridge pays it’s own sub-association fees and also the monthly fee for the Sapphire Pointe Master Association. Cutter’s Ridge homeowners have full access to the clubhouse, pool and common areas that other homeowners in Sapphire Pointe, Puma Ridge and Cliffside do.
Yes, all committee meetings are open to attendance for members (homeowners) in the Association. Guests/Contractors/Designers can also attend, if they make an appointment with HG ahead of time. If you are attending a DRC meeting, you would typically only stay as long as necessary to discuss your own DRR. Typically, the DRC has time for 1-2 (in-person) homeowners reviews per meeting and making a request to attend through HG is preferable.
Trash is picked by Waste Management on Tuesdays.. The exception to that is when a holiday falls on that day. These are the days Waste Management will delay pickup until the next day. Observed Holidays: New Year’s Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day Otherwise their website can be consulted for further information https://support.wm.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000068252-Holiday-Schedule

Community Related FAQs

ePolice Reporting

Did you know you can file certain police reports online if the incident involves a nonviolent crime, and: 1. It occurred in the Town of Castle Rock 2. It is not an emergency 3. It is not in progress 4. There are no suspects 5. It is not a vehicle accident If your incident fits the above criteria, file it with ePolice Reporting. By filing your report online, you are not only saving yourself time, but also helping your community. Online reports provide the Police Department with valuable information about crimes in your area while keeping the officers available to respond to emergencies and in-progress crimes. Learn more at www.CRgov.com/ePoliceReporting