The Lowry Community Master Association (LCMA) is the association of property owners in Lowry. The LCMA exists in part to ensure that common elements like LCMA-owned parks, sidewalks, alleys, private roads, trees, landscaping, park equipment, lighting, monuments and walls are maintained and preserved for current and future owners in Lowry to enjoy.
In addition to Community Management of the nearly 3 square miles (1,866 acres) that is the Lowry Community, your LCMA dues support maintenance of the following assets:
- 665,996 gross square feet of asphalt in alleys and private roads
- 17,765 gross square feet of concrete in roundabouts, aprons & plazas
- 261,074 gross square feet of concrete sidewalk and edging
- 185,545 gross square feet of curbs, gutters & drain pans (concrete)
- 22.5 acres of parks which is divided into 10 parks
- 163 parcels of land
- $345K of playground equipment
- 14,520 gross square feet of ground cover
- 1,400 trees
- 89 street lights & 15 pole hook lights
- $1.75M irrigation equipment throughout those 163 parcels of LCMA owned land.
- 1100 linear feet of Iron fencing throughout Lowry.
- 15 brick monuments
- 3,300 linear square feet of brick wall
- 1,815 gross square feet of metal trellis
- 3,000 gross square feet of concrete / flagstone retaining wall
- 3,085 gross square feet of flagstone path and plaza
- Shoveling of all sidewalks and steps adjacent to LCMA-owned land parcels. The LCMA does not do snow plowing.
- Landscaping maintenance including watering
The LCMA is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors, all volunteers and Lowry property owners, who serve three-year terms. The LCMA Board meets twice quarterly with an annual meeting in December of each year. LCMA meetings are open to Lowry residents, businesses and homeowners, and are open to public comment. LCMA Board of Directors meetings are on the Lowry calendar.
Design Review Requests
2019 XX Design Review Requests are required for all permanent exterior modifications to your home. The request must follow the Design Guidelines, Rules and Regulations for the LCMA.
Many homes in Lowry belong to two HOA’s, the LCMA and a sub-association. The easiest way to determine if you are part of a sub-association is if you pay dues to someone other than the LCMA. Prior to submitting a Design Review Request you must have approval from your sub-association.
- Design review requests cannot be reviewed by LCMA’s Buildings and Grouds Committee (BAG) until all applicable documentation is included: pictures, sketches, paint samples, etc.
- Requests are reviewed by BAG via email, further documentation may be required to *complete* your request and conform to the Design Guidelines, Rules and Regulations.
- *Completed* Design Review Requests typically receive a decision within 2 weeks, but this process may take up to 30 days.
If you have any questions about the Design Guidelines or the Design Review Request Form OR if you have submitted your request and not heard back from us within five business days, please contact Jennifer Bublitz, Community Manager, at 970-663-9685.
LCMA meetings are open to LCMA members and have time allocated for public comment. The LCMA Board meets twice a quarter with an annual members meeting in December. There are four standing Board committees – the Executive Committee and the Buildings and Grounds Committee meets monthly and the Events Committee and Communications Committee meets on an as-needed basis. For the LCMA Board and Committee meeting schedule, consult the calendar.
Meetings of the Board of Directors of the Lowry Community Master Association occur twice a quarter and are open to LCMA members. At each meeting, members of the Association (that is, residential and commercial property owners) are encouraged to ask questions and provide feedback to the Board. Meeting minutes for regularly scheduled LCMA Board of Directors meetings are posted below by year. The Annual Members Meeting is held once per year in December to ratify the annual operating budget and elect the Board of Directors. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to view Annual Meeting minutes.
2020 LCMA Meeting Minutes
2019 LCMA Meeting Minutes
In 2018, the LCMA Board of Directors meetings will be held in January, March, June, August, September and November. Please note that meeting minutes are posted after they are approved at the following Board meeting, so meeting minutes may not post until one to two months after the meeting is held.
2018 LCMA Meeting Minutes
2017 LCMA Meeting Minutes
2016 LCMA Meeting Minutes
2015 LCMA Meeting Minutes
2014 LCMA Meeting Minutes
2013 LCMA Meeting Minutes
Meeting Minutes January 2013
Meeting Minutes February 2013
Meeting Minutes April 2013
Meeting Minutes June 2013
Meeting Minutes September 3, 2013
Meeting Minutes September 26, 2013
Meeting Minutes November 4th, 2013
LCMA Annual Meeting Minutes
* The 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes are posted in draft form until they are ratified at the 2019 Annual Member’s Meeting on Thursday, December 5th, 2019.
Pay Your Dues
If you have a question about your LCMA dues, please call Amy Bogan of management company MSI at (720) 974-4191 or by E-mail.
If you need an LCMA dues status letter, call Amy Bogan of MSI 720-974-4191.
*If you have not previously registered with MSI, you will need to create a login and password and provide your LCMA account number, to see your account and make a payment by online check or credit card. Logging into the MSI website will give you access to your dues history and statements, as well as LCMA member information like financials, resolutions, committee documents, etc. If you don’t know your account number, call Amy Bogan at 720-974-4191 or by E-mail.
To sign up for automatic debit of quarterly LCMA dues payments from your checking account, fill out the ACH Form and fax or mail to the address on the form. Quarterly LCMA dues payments are automatically debited between the 1st and 5th of January, April, July, and October.
To request an LCMA dues coupon book, contact Amy Bogan at (720) 974-4191 or by E-mail.
The Lowry Air Force Based closed in 1994 after graduating more than 1.1 million Armed Forces. The base has since been redeveloped into the lovely, master-planned community we call home today. Several of the original Lowry Air Force Base structures, including some of the aircraft hangars, were creatively repurposed and are still in use, contributing to the rich sense of history we enjoy here in Lowry today.
If you would like to read more about Lowry’s history, we highly recommend this page’s source material. You may also want to peruse the Historic Buildings Photo Album for a look at Lowry’s past and the Historic Buildings Repurposed to see the modern rendition. To view a map of all the historic buildings and to learn more about each of them please visit our Neighborhood Directory by clicking here.
Lowry has more then eighteen pieces of public art, created by artists from across Colorado contributing to the beauty, the history and the culture of Lowry. The Lowry Foundation are the curators of all of the public art in Lowry. Learn more about Lowry’s public art and see photos on the Public Art page.
Lowry Air Force Base: Images of America by Jack Stokes Ballard, John Bond and George Paxton
may be purchased online at Amazon.com, purchased locally at Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Lowry or may be checked-out at Lowry’s Schlessman Public Library.
Lowry: Military Base to New Urban Community by Thomas J. Noel and Chuck Woodward
may be purchased through the Lowry Foundation.
Strategic Air Command – Lowry Air Force Base
This year’s Board of Directors is comprised of the following LCMA members:
Joel Malecka, President
Brigitte Nelson, Vice President & Secretary
Dave Harlor, Treasurer
Board Members and Terms
Matt Alcorn (2019-2021)
Robin Ault (2019-2021)
Dave Harlor (2017-2019)
Jessie Johnson (2018-2020)
Joel Malecka (2017-2019)
Zach Myhra (2018-2020)
Brigitte Nelson (2018-2020)
Bill Skewes (2019-2021)
Jane Wilson (2017-2019)
The LCMA has four standing committees that are appointed by the Board of Directors. Committee meetings are open to LCMA members:
Executive Committee – Joel Malecka is Chair of the Executive Committee. The committee sets the agendas for the Board meetings and makes recommendations to the Board on things like insurance, governing documents, and community management. The Executive Committee also manages the Financial aspects of the LCMA, reviewing and approving LCMA financials, managing reserve fund investments, and reviewing the annual financial audit. For more information, contact Executive Director Mary Carr at (720) 583-5262.
Buildings and Grounds Committee – Dave Harlor is Chair of the Buildings and Grounds Committee. The committee reviews and approves Design Review Requests from property owners, advises on the property maintenance functions of the Board, and awards LCMA Landscaping Grants. The committee members are members of the LCMA Board, the LRA, and qualified members of the community. The Buildings and Grounds Committee meets monthly – usually at 7:30A on the second Thursday of the month in the Hangar 2 first floor conference room – and meetings are open to LCMA members.
Events Committee – Joel Malecka is Chair of the Events Committee, which meets as needed to plan and execute community events. For more information, contact Executive Director Mary Carr at (720) 583-5262.
Lowry Design Review Committee – Matt Alcorn is Chair of the Lowry Design Review Committee, also known as the LDRC, which reviews plans for new development projects and major redevelopment projects. The committee meets the first Thursday of the month at 8:30A in the LRA offices; meetings are open to LCMA members. The LRA offices are at 130 Rampart Way, Ste. 225.
|Executive Director: Mary Carr
|Community Manager: Jennifer Bublitz
|The office address of the LCMA is:
Lowry Community Master Association
7581 E Academy Blvd., Ste 211
Denver, CO 80230
|The official address of the LCMA is:
Lowry Community Master Association
11002 Benton St.
Westminster, CO 80020-3200