2023 Annual Owners Meeting
The 2023 ACPOA Annual Meeting is fast approaching. The packets are being compiled now. If you would like a hard copy mailed to you, send an email to the board at [email protected] by June 12th to ensure you receive it in time. Please include your current mailing address. Keep in mind, this adds extra expense and time.
The packet will be available in electronic, downloadable form soon and placed in the 2023 Annual Meeting page* accessible in the left margin.

* You must be a registered user to access this content.

Be a Board Member!
Do you want to help out your community? Become a board member!
The board is responsible for maintaining the ranch.
  • Paying the bills
  • Discussing and implementing ways to make life at The Ranch a little better for all of us
  • Reviewing and possibly updating by-laws, policies and covenants where necessary.
  • The board typically meets monthly.
  • These are public meetings open to anyone and everyone.
If you'd like to throw your hat in the ring, click this LINK to the Candidate Profile. There is an MSWord version and a pdf version. Fill it out, tell the community a little about yourself and then supbmit it to the secretary [email protected] and/or the board [email protected]. The names of candidates will be on the ballot and votes tallied at the Annual Meeting.

Get involved!

Board Meeting Documents Are Available
The minutes and Treasurer's Report from the most recent board meeting held on May 12th are available in the link to the left or by clicking HERE.

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2023 Dues are due!
If you would like to make a payment online, select the icon in the upper right of the screen (the bell with the number by your name) or select this LINK
It is secure, encrypted, and the payment is posted within 5 business days directly to the bank. No need for postage. *
* A small service fee will be added to your payment. The fee is $12.86 if using a credit or debit card; $5.17 if you use a checking account.


Fremont County in Stage 1 Fire Restrictions
The Tallahassee Fire Protection District (TFPD) always follows and enforces any (and all) Fire Restrictions imposed by Fremont County.
TFPD is currently in STAGE ONE FIRE RESTRICTIONS until further notice.
No burning of any kind is permitted during High Fire Danger Advisories such as this.

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Wildlife Alert!!

I received a call from a homeowner who spotted a Mountain Lion kill on his property. The kill was an adult, female deer. Several cat prints were also spotted so there is very little doubt as to the predator.
The owner has seen a large Mountain Lion around his property, even as close as his driveway. This property is east on Rosebush but keep in mind, Mountain Lions have large territories.
This announcement is not meant to frighten owners/residents/visitors of Autumn Creek but to remind everyone:
  • Be prepared
  • Be vigilant
  • Don't leave your pets unattended

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Fire danger is  VERY HIGH 
Stage 1 fire restrictions are in place throughout Fremont County.


Please remember the following:
  • You must contact the TFPD Fire Chief by calling (719) 275-3058 to obtain permission for open burning. All requests by District residents or property owners to conduct a controlled burn are subject to prior approval
  • No fire or grill should be left unattended, and shall have an adequate water supply and/or fire extinguisher on site
  • Use water to put out a fire or campfire. Using dirt will not always extinguish a fire and some embers can stay hot underground for a long time
  • You cannot burn tree stumps, tires, plastic, cut lumber, construction debris, trash, chemicals
  • In the State of Colorado, it is illegal to burn anything in barrels (or burn barrels)
Stay informed at the TFPD website: https://tallahasseefpd.colorado.gov/ OR on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TallahasseeFPD
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Important Notice!
Please click HERE for a very important message that affects anyone living in or visiting the ranch.

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Request from the Road Committee

The Road Committee is recommending those of us with 4WD to please engage it while driving the roads. When the roads are wet, it increases safety and reduces the depth of ruts by not spinning wheels. When the roads are dry, it reduces the occurrence of tire "chatter" which displaces newly laid gravel. In both cases, the roads we pay so dearly for will benefit.
Thanks to all for your participation!

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