Burning Tree Homeowner’s Association
We are a covenant-controlled community of 122 homeowners nestled next to Columbine Country Club and a part of the town of Columbine Valley.
Our community was started in the 1970s and was completed by the early 1990s. We have a neighborhood swimming pool, tennis courts, and three parks for all to enjoy. Our main park hosts a playground for our younger children.
We are a mixed age group community from newlyweds to empty nesters and we love it. Our social committee does a great job planning events to meet our different ages and stages of life. Children are often included in activities, but sometimes adults gather together for their own events.
There is a general pride of ownership in Burning Tree. If you drive our neighborhood you’ll see beautiful lawns, many with lovely flower beds, mature trees, and inviting front entryways. Each home has its own personality and design.
We are a part of the Littleton Public School district with Wilder Elementary, Goddard Middle School, and Heritage High School our home schools.
The Town of Columbine Valley is the outgrowth of a Homeowner’s Association of 17 families, who built around the Columbine Country Club in 1955. The Town of Columbine Valley became an official Town with incorporation documents signed August 15, 1959.
A History of the Town of Columbine Valley, written by William Newton, will give you much more interesting early information. This little book is available from your Homeowner’s Association.
For more information regarding the Town of Columbine Valley visit their Website.
For the latest updates for those who are Burning Tree residents, including financials, dues and meeting minutes, please visit the Burning Tree HOA residents site.