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Welcome to Foxridge 

Centennial, Colorado

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Our History, Vision, Leadership, Covenants & FAQs


Join us!


Social & Service


Swim Club, Trails, Parks, Community Garden

Monthly Board Meetings

FIA Board Meetings are every second Wednesday of the month at 7 pm.
All Foxridge community members are welcomed to attend.

Metrum Community Credit Union
6980 S Holly Cir, Centennial, CO 80112

Foxridge's Halloween

Sign up here to participate by decorating your trunk.

Foxridge Dumpster Day Plus
Sat, Sept
. 30th | 8:30 am - noon

By Gurdeep Sandhu

To each member and volunteer who participated in Dumpster Day #1, we want to express our heartfelt appreciation. Your enthusiasm, hard work, and unwavering commitment to making our community a better place is truly commendable. 

Foxridge Improvement Association will hold a second Dumpster Day Plus event on Sat, Sept 30 th from 8:30 to noon. Please note that there will be only two dumpsters available since we will also have metal recycling, e-recycling, and Goodwill of Colorado. In addition, we will hold a yard waste composting event in November, date TBD.


Please note that you must be a member to participate. 

Please sign up if you can help. These events run smoothly with wonderful volunteers like you!






Many thanks to Metrum Community Credit Union for the partial sponsorship for the e-recycling!

This will be an excellent opportunity for Foxridge residents to clear out their clutter and dispose of unwanted items in an environmentally responsible manner. This community event has become a tradition that not only helps create a cleaner neighborhood but also encourages sustainable practices. For the past few dumpster day events Foxridge has been able to reduce the number of dumpster truck rolls to landfills. This was done with the spirit of continuous improvement and community collaboration. Foxridge Improvement Association (FIA) partnered with Goodwill of Colorado for items that can be repurposed or were in good condition for reuse. FIA also partnered with a young metal recycler who harvested metal objects.

Goodwill Items

Yes Please! Goodwill will gladly accept the following items in gently used, re-sellable condition:
• Books and media
• Jewelry
• Electronics (no televisions)
• Computers (working or not)
• Antiques and collectibles
• Shoes, belts and accessories
• Clothing and linens
• Furniture
• Household décor
• Lamps and light fixtures
• Musical instruments
• Crafts and crafting supplies
• Housewares and small appliances
• Sporting goods, games, toys and bikes
• Exercise equipment and accessories
• Hand tools and small power tools
• Gardening and lawn care equipment
• Pet accessories and supplies

No thank you! We cannot accept the following items:
• Televisions
• Gas cans or gas powered items that contain gas
• Broken, stained or worn furniture
• Paint, cleaning supplies, or other hazardous materials
• Mattresses, box springs, bed pillows, and water bed components
• Construction materials, plumbing or building supplies
• Automobile parts or tires
• Hot water heaters, water softeners, and furnaces
• Inoperable or damaged appliances

Scrap Metal Items
appliances, grills, smokers, empty water heaters, broken treadmills and recumbent bikes, broken lawnmowers, stainless steel, copper, brass, and metal pipes, basketball hoops, car batteries, electric motors, wires from appliances (cut off a vacuum for instance), metal and cast iron patio furniture, Christmas lights, cast iron sinks and tubs, aluminum and stainless steel pots and pans.

E-Recycle Items

*Fees apply to some items

  • Desktops and Laptops

  • Hard Drives*

  • LCD monitors*

  • CRT monitors *

  • LED monitors*

  • TVs/Televisions*

    • CRT TV’s – fee of $1.35 per pound

    • Flat Screen TV’s under 48 inches – fee of $30.00

    • Flat Screen TV’s over 48 inches – fee of $50.00

  • Computer accessories and peripherals

  • Computer mice

  • Keyboards

  • Copiers*

  • Printers*

  • Digital cameras

  • Cell phones

  • Game consoles


The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by compassionate actions by its members. 

 Coretta Scott King


General Improvement district

The Foxridge General Improvement District (FGID) was formed and approved by a majority of Foxridge homeowners in 1990. 

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the Fence Project

In November 2019, property owners in Foxridge voted to increase property taxes to replace the aging cedar fence along perimeter and main streets.  Six-foot high Trex fencing was selected.  The new fence is scheduled to be completed in July 2021.

foxridge community garden

Neighbors come together to grow food, share knowledge, cultivate skills, connect with nature, and strengthen our community.  Started in the spring of 2020, the garden has grown from two raised pilot beds to 14, plus a large children's bed.  

The club at foxridge

We have a 25 yard family-friendly pool with 1-meter diving board that is open 7 days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend.

Fundraising Goal

Foxridge has 934 homes. Our goal for 2023 is to have 500 paid members!

In 2022, we had 444 paid members.

In 2021, we had 407 paid members.

In 2020, we had 406 paid members.

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