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Foxridge Benefits
from many Partnerships

Much of the landscaping along perimeter and main streets is maintained by the Foxridge General Improvement District (FGID) and South Suburban Parks and Recreation District (SSPRD).  In addition, the FGID maintains the entry gardens and community fences.  SSPRD maintains the parks, open spaces, the community orchard, and bike trails.  In addition, Foxridge benefits from the swim club and community garden.  The FIA also established two Little Free Libraries.  See below for more detail about our partners.  The map to the left provides some visual detail.

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Foxridge Community Garden

Foxridge Community Garden

Foxridge Community Garden welcomes neighbors and surrounding communities to join us in growing food, sharing skills, and educating new gardeners of all ages. We follow organic and regenerative practices to provide produce to neighborhood gardeners and local food banks. Members respect and support each other and our surrounding ecological community through a common connection to the land.

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The Club at Foxridge
(formerly Foxridge Swim and Racquet Club, FSRC)

Whether you are looking for a great neighborhood pool, a baby pool for your young ones, learn-to-swim lessons, a competitive and spirited swim team, or to just relax by the side of the pool, the Foxridge Club offers it all.

Fence Project 2021

On September 22, 2020, the FGID sold $1,955,000 in general obligation bonds as approved by the voters in the November, 2019 election to replace the Foxridge community fence.  The project was started in December 2020 and finished in July 2021.  The new Trex fencing has a 25 year warranty and could last up to 45 years with little maintenance.

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South Suburban Parks
and Recreation District

SSPRD supports and maintains turf areas along the community fence, the orchard, parks, and bike paths in Foxridge.  



The Foxridge General Improvement District (FGID) was formed and approved by a majority of Foxridge homeowners in 1990. After developers completed construction, it became apparent that steps needed to be taken in order to maintain a cohesive, attractive look for the neighborhood in order to maintain property values.  Given this petition, the following stipulations were set at that time:   ​  


  • Funding must come from each property within the FGID

  • Maintenance includes the perimeter of the neighborhood and interior thoroughfare streets  ​  

  • The funds are administered by the City of Centennial via Foxridge community representatives who receive guidance from the Foxridge Improvement Association (FIA) board.  ​​  

The FGID provides a tax structure (as seen on Arapahoe County property tax details - FOXRIDGE GEN IMP DIST) to provide funds for the following:  

  • Fence maintenance and repair, as well as replacement when needed

  • Common area and street cleanup and weed  eradication

  • Irrigation system maintenance, operation and repair

  • Tree and shrub trimming, spraying and fertilizing

  • Entrance utilities, care and improvements of entry gardens  ​

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