The Burland Homeowners Association runs a number of programs that add considerable value to members and other residents of Burland Ranchettes and adjacent communities.

Senior Center:  We are getting CLOSER to the possibility of a Senior Center in Bailey.  Learn More

Mt. Bailey - Some Burland residents may know that a portion of Mt. Bailey, is owned by the Burland Homeowners Association and is within Weakland-Fawks Park. The smaller of two towers on the mountain, is leased to Park County, for local government radio transmitters (Sheriff, Road and Bridge, Fire Department, Denver Water Board, etc.) The larger tower belongs to our Homeowners Association and space on it is leased to several companies which provide cellular and other services to the area. The income from these leases enables the Burland Homeowners Association to work for improvements in our community.

Weakland-Fawks Park - We have worked hard to develop our community park, located on Burland Drive at the foot of Mt. Bailey. The park includes a pavilion with picnic tables, playground equipment and a basketball court. Hikers are encouraged to use the trail which begins near the pavilion and winds its way to the top of Mt. Bailey. If you would like to reserve the pavilion for a special occasion, please contact: Debe Whitford at 720/397-9000 . 

Download the Weakland-Fawks Park Agreement (PDF Format)

Burland Firewise - Burland is recognized by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as a Firewise Community and with that designation we have the ability to apply for federal funds to assist in the effort to mitigate against wildfires that could threaten our homes and property. 
Firewise Communities/USA Fire Safe Councils have helped counties, cities and smaller entities like homeowners associations develop plans to protect themselves from wildfire.  VISIT THE BURLAND FIREWISE WEBSITE

Emergency Preparedness - We continue our discount/reimbursement program to assist with your slash. We are currently working with four local companies, JWARD Industries, J’s Got Wood, Splintered Forest, and Colorado Wildfire Mitigation, LLC, providing a $75.00 discount paid for by the HOA toward your chipper service.  As an HOA member or Associate Member, this is available to you once a year. The homeowner/member is responsible for any charges over and above the $75. This is a great benefit to you and we are sure you will want to take advantage of it and reduce the potential of wildfire on your property.

Scholarships - We believe in supporting our members, and we believe in education.  Each year, the HOA awards a $5000 college scholarship to an eligible PCHS or home-schooled area graduating senior. 


Click here to learn more about our scholarship program and to apply 

2018 Winner!

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Community Support and Involvement - We also believe in supporting our community.  The HOA issues grants to local charities, volunteers to assist HOA members, and we serve as a clearinghouse of information about programs and resources that help our members.

Click here for comprehensive information about our Community Support and Involvement programs.

Chipper Day - Annually Burland HOA offers members a FREE chip day to chip your slash!  Burland Firewise coordinates with residents to ensure slash is stacked correctly and easily accessible. A chipper is hired and travels throughout Burland and adjacent communities chipping slash.  Chips are either broadcast or piled.  Watch for details for the next Chipper Day. 

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