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Normandy Estates
Normandy Estates is one of the oldest covenant controlled communities in the Denver metropolitan area.  We take pride in our neighborhood, our properties, and our sense of community.  We welcome you and look forward to meeting you at one of our social events, volunteer activities, or hanging out at the pool.  
Community Feedback to NEIA
Posted on May 13th, 2018 Comments (0)
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Normandy Estates to receive Foothills resident rates!
Posted on Apr 19th, 2018 Comments (0)
Normandy Estates Residents -
The Boards of Directors for both Normandy Estates Metropolitan Recreation District (NEMRD) and Foothills Park & Recreation District have reached a special arrangement for residents of Normandy Estates to receive Foothills resident rates!
Beginning April 1, 2018, residents of Normandy Estates (on both the Jefferson County and Arapahoe County sides) can receive Foothills resident rates on all Foothills admission fees, passes and classes.
Per the agreement, NEMRD will reimburse FPRD the difference between the resident and non-resident rates directly to FPRD. The agreement is valid through December 31, 2018 or until the maximum payout is reached in the contract.
More information about how to gain access to this benefit can be found here:
The Board of NEMRD is excited to provide this great opportunity to the residents of Normandy Estates along with the use of our own beautiful pool, clubhouse, and tennis courts.
We look forward to a great summer together and will see you at the pool soon!
Your NEMRD Board
2018-2019 Annual Dues Payment and Membership Update Form
Posted on Apr 11th, 2018 Comments (0)
The 2018-2019 Annual Dues Payment and Membership Update Form is now available!  Click here for the form.
Dues may now be paid via PayPal. Paypal does charge a processing fee, which is added automatically. Click here to pay via paypal.
The NEIA annual dues payment is due by 5/31/2018.
The 2017-2018 Homeowner Dues Payment Schedule is:
Postmark Date Amount Due Late Fee Total Amount Due
By    6/30/18 $70.00  -     $70.00
After 6/30/18 $70.00 $17.50    $87.50
After 9/30/18 $70.00 $35.00    $105.00
After 12/31/18 $70.00 $52.50    $122.50
After 3/31/19 $70.00 $70.00    $140.00
The Homeowner Dues Late Fee Schedule: By resolution adopted at the April 9, 2002 Annual Meeting of the Normandy Estates Improvement Association, a late fee will be charged for dues not paid by June 30 each year. The late fee shall be 25 percent of the annual dues as determined by the Board of Directors at each annual meeting, which shall be applied cumulatively for each quarter the dues are not paid.  This procedure--levying of late fees as described--will be repeated in subsequent years until the dues are paid.
Normandy Estates Facebook Page
Posted on Apr 20th, 2017 Comments (0)
Please join us on Facebook
There is a Facebook group for Normandy Estates residents. It's a forum for residents to share common interests, express opinions, post photos, and share ideas related to the Normandy Estates community. The group is limited to Normandy Estates residents and requires administrative approval prior to joining.

A resident must be a Facebook member to join the chat group.
To join the chat group page enter Normandy Estates Group-Littleton, CO on your Facebook search or enter the following link:
Click on join, and once you receive administrative approval, you are ready to chat!
Note:  Normandy Estates also has a public facebook page.  To access the public page enter Normandy Estates – Littleton on your facebook search or enter the following link:
NEIA and NEMRD--Partners at Normandy Estates
Posted on Apr 11th, 2017 Comments (0)
Normandy Estates residents are fortunate to have two groups that serve us and provide community enrichment.  The following is a brief explanation of the two groups:
NEIA (Normandy Estates Improvement association) is what is typically called Normandy’s homeowner’s association (HOA).  All Normandy homeowners are members of NEIA.  Dues (now $70 a year) are collected during the month of May.  The NEIA board promotes good appearance in the neighborhood, supports special services like the community garage sale, supports covenant/rule enforcement, publishes a newsletter and directory, and promotes social activities to encourage a sense of community.  For more information go to the NEIA website at or contact a board member.
NEMRD (Normandy Estates Metropolitan Recreation District) is a separate entity from NEIA. NEMRD is a special district funded in part by a mill levy on homes in the neighborhood, as well as through rentals and pool membership fees.  NEMRD board members are Normandy residents who volunteer to manage all recreation district operations. The recreation district consists of 5 acres located at 5380 W. Coal Mine Avenue, as well as the Normandy Estates entryway.  Amenities include a clubhouse, swimming pool, 2 outdoor pavilions, 2 children’s playgrounds and 4 tennis courts.  Membership runs from May 1 each year through April 30th of the next calendar year, and the pool is open to the public for a walk-up fee.  Members and nonmembers can rent the pool, clubhouse, and tennis courts.  Membership includes activities such as BBQ’s, member family nights, and a member pizza night.  For more information visit the Recreation District Website at or contact a board member.
Explanation provided by Carol Vogel
Fifty Five Years In Normandy Estates
Posted on Oct 19th, 2015 Comments (0)
Fifty Five Years in Normandy Estates 
"In 1959 my husband and I were ready to buy our dream home but could not find it.  All we saw were tract homes neither large nor interesting enough.  Then my husband, Don heard of Normandy Estates from work.  We drove out one evening and we were sold.
Normandy was a unique development created by two Frenchmen--Rene' Chouzenoux, architect and Mr. DuBoc, financier.  There were several independent contractors/builders to choose from.  So, you chose your lot (ours cost $4,500), and you chose your builder.  You got approved for your house plan and you broke ground.  The realtor for Normandy Estates was Frank Cowing and he lived in Arapahoe County on Rowland Avenue."    ---Carolyn Sprengeler

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