Anthem Highlands Named Community Association of the Year

Anthem Highlands Community Association has been named 2010 Community Association of the Year by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI). This honor recognizes financial stability, responsible governance, member involvement, association planning, exceptional management, distinguishing characteristics and events, accomplishments and association involvement with the surrounding community. Anthem Highlands, which has been managed by CCMC since inception, was chosen from over 10,000 Colorado community associations. “At CCMC, our brand of community management emphasizes collaboration with neighborhood volunteers. Our goal is to mesh governance, management and lifestyle for exceptional community living,” explains CCMC CEO Bart Park, “We are delighted to work with such a vibrant and engaged community, and congratulate Anthem Highlands on their success.”

A “family-first” neighborhood, Anthem Highlands has an extensive line-up of amenities and lifestyle activities. Developed by Pulte Homes, Anthem Highlands was also named 2009 “Community of the Year” by the Home Builder’s Association. Residents enjoy 22 parks, 11 ponds, 48-miles of trails, 735-acres of open space and a beautifully-equipped 32,000-square foot recreation center. To learn more, visit www.pulte.com.

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