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  • 01/24/2021 1:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    See the CCNNA Position Statement - Click Here

    Important Call to Action:  We need your voice to join CCNNA in its official position against the Group Living amendment

    Background:  CCNNA has endeavored to keep our residents informed about the City’s proposed Group Living zoning code amendment over the last year+. CCNNA has heard residents’ comments and concerns including those expressed during the CCNNA presentation at the January, 2021 General Residents Meeting via Zoom.  The CCNNA Board has continued its efforts to keep the neighborhood informed about the proposal and has prepared a SUMMARY OF THE CHANGES AS THEY IMPACT CHERRY CREEK NORTH AS OUTLINED IN THE POSITION STATEMENT IN THE LINK ABOVE. 

    What can you do?  Please give us your opinion and let our Councilpersons know by signing on to the position statement against approval of the Group Living amendment. 

    Send us an email at Info@ccnneighbors.com and tell us (1) whether you agree or disagree with the CCNNA position statement, and (2) what your address is in Cherry Creek North to confirm that you live in the neighborhood.

    For more on the Group Living Amendment, go to the City and County of Denver website: 


Dear CCNNA Residents:

Be a great neighbor! Everyone enjoys safe, clear sidewalks – and it’s everyone’s responsibility to keep the sidewalks adjacent to their home or business clear and accessible. Shovel all sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, and bus stops around your home as soon as it's practical and safe. Businesses have 4 hours after the snow stops to shovel, and residents have 24 hours. (RTD only shovels bus stops that have a shelter. If it’s just a sign with no shelter, the resident/business is responsible for this sidewalk.) 

Show kindness and offer to help your neighbors if they aren't able to shovel! Neighbors helping neighbors is one of the things that makes Denver great. You can volunteer to be an official “snow angel” at denvergov.org/snowangels or just do a #NeighborCheck. There are all sorts of reasons why people may need assistance, or they may just not know what the city’s rules are for keeping sidewalks clear. A simple conversation with a neighbor or just lending that helping hand will almost always resolve a snowy sidewalk faster than the city can, and it will preserve city resources for the rest of Denver’s 3,000 miles of sidewalks.


  • Use the shovel to push the snow; don't lift it.
  • Shovel early! When snow isn't shoveled, it gets packed down and becomes ice. Shoveling all the way to the pavement will also prevent ice from forming.
  • Shovel into your yard, so the snow plow doesn't push it back onto your sidewalk.
  • Shovel away from roadways and bike lanes, so plows don't push the snow back onto your sidewalks.  
  • Salt can be damaging when it runs off into your lawn or the storm sewer with the snowmelt. Look for ecofriendly and pet-safe deicers. 
  • Be proactive and come up with a plan for addressing sidewalks now, before it’s snowing.

Learn more at www.denvergov.org/Snow

Please become part of the Cherry Creek North community that has joined us on the CCNNA Facebook Page: Please Click Here.

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Please Join and Support the Mission of CCNNA

It will now be easier to pay your CCNNA annual membership dues. CCNNA will be able to process your credit card to pay for your membership.

Membership supports our mission and includes invitations to special events and parties.

Ready to join now online? It's safe and secure to use a credit card to register via our Membership Page.

The Cherry Creek North Neighborhood Association (CCNNA) stands united with Capitol Hill United Neighbors and support the statement above. 

$5 Parking in Cherry Creek North

Did you know? You can get flat $5 garage parking in CCN after 5:00pm and on the weekends at eight Cherry Creek North Garages. Read more.

Cherry Creek North Neighborhood Association (CCNNA) is a strong supporter of the Food Bank of the Rockies. 

Click on the following link to review the: Letter to Andrew Webb CPD-denverinc.org-INC ZAP .pdf


We’ve compiled a list of the most favored books read by our neighbors during the pandemic: over 30 titles!

Here are just a few: American Dirt, Where the Crawdads Sing, The Splendid and the Vile, and The Giver of Stars.


The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan

Big Lies in a Small Town by Diane Chamberlain

The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd

Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown

Dutch House by Ann Patchett

Faithful Place by Tana French

Gentleman from Moscow by Amor Towles

The Giver of Stars by JoJo Moyes

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

The Guest List  by Lucy Foey

How to be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style and Bad Habits by Caroline de Maigret

Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity and Love by Dani Shapiro 

Inspector Gamache by Louise Penny

Island of Sea Women by Lisa See

The Last Bus to Wisdom by Ivan Doig

Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende

Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II  by Mitchell Zuckoff 

Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World by Admiral William H. McRaven

On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong

The Orphan Masters Son by Adam Johnson

Pastrix: The Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint by Nadia Boltz-Weber

The Ritual Bath by Faye Kellerman

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Some Danger Involved by Will Thomas

Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl 

The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson.

Tell Me More by Kim Corrigan 

There There by Tommy Orange

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Educated by Tara Westover

Cooking for Pi8casso by Camille Aubray

The Dutch House.


Bridgerton - Netflix

Fisherman's Friends - for music lovers that love beautiful scenery is a compelling series - Netflix

Money Heist - Netflix

Queens Gambit - Netflix

Schitt's Creek – fun comedy - Amazon Prime and Netflix

The Undoing - HBO Max and Amazon Prime

Unorthodox - Netflix


1917 – Showtime, Amazon Prime

3:10 to Yuma - Peacock

The Biggest Little Farm - Hulu

Da 5 Bloods - Netflix

Emma – old and new versions - Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO 

A fish called Wanda – HBO Max

Get Out - Hulu and Sling Premium or rental

Hillbilly Elegy - Netflix

Jane Fonda in Five Acts - HBO Max and Am Prime

Jojo Rabbit – HBO Max

The Life Ahead - Sophia Lauren - Netflix

The One and Only Ivan – Disney Plus

Quartet – Netflix

Robin’s Wish - 3.99 various streaming

Social Dilemma - Netflix

Trial of the Chicago 7 – Netflix

Two Popes – Netflix, also Young Pope – Amazon Prime and HBO Max, New Pope – HBO Max

Chariots of Fire - Netflix and various streaming

Lincoln Lawyer - New on Netflix and various streaming Ma Rainey

Ma Rainey - Netflix

Money Heist - Spanish series on Netflix - Both dubbing and subtitles available

Vintage Movies:

Hitchcock movies, Bogart movies, James Bond movies, Katherine Hepburn movies, Billy Wilder’s The Apartment

Below is a link to access information about Denver International Airport:

As part of our effort to ensure all stakeholders are informed about the airport, our team encourages you to sign up for updates on the Great Hall project and other DEN initiatives. To sign up to receive Great Hall updates, please follow this link. At the bottom of the page you will see a box labeled “Contact the Project Team”; there you will see the field to enter your email address. Once you enter your email, the next page will provide an option for you to subscribe to five different DEN update subscriptions: News Releases, Today@DEN, Commerce Hub, DEN Real Estate, and/or Great Hall Project. While we don’t assume these subscription updates will fully satisfy our commitment to engaging with and informing the community, they are a great place to start.


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(303) 342- 2277
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Check out Denver's Community Planning and Development Site for the Cherry Creek Neighborhood! Click Here

The Denver City Council passed 2 Resolutions on Monday night, which resulted in two proclamations. An Anti-Hate Statement, and Recognizing Racism as a Public Health Issue, both of which can be viewed by clicking here for Proclamation No. 20-0543, and Proclamation No. 20-0519 by clicking here to access these documents. 

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