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Jones previously served on the Coventry team for twelve years in development and project implementation and is rejoining the team after an almost five-year tenure with Denver International Airport.
Lone Tree and SSPRD are jointly planning a new 65-acre park in RidgeGate.
The Mooney family is building a center created specifically for this purpose. They are calling it "Tall Tales Ranch". It will be located on a piece of property on the Schweiger Ranch in Lone Tree right off I-25.
A little piece of paradise off I-25 and RidgeGate will be the future home of Tall Tales Ranch.
Schweiger Ranch
Schweiger Ranch has granted Tall Tales Ranch a long-term land lease, to build a working ranch for people with developmental disabilities.
Lone Tree is a quick drive or light-rail ride into the city, making for easy work commutes or nights out—but there is plenty to keep residents occupied within their own boundaries.
A 3-mile race will raise support for veterans in Lone Tree.
View the 2017 community newsletter here.
Lone Tree, with an estimated 13,175 residents in 2015, will see the highest growth, 18.6 percent.
Lone Tree, at 19 percent, had the fastest rate of population growth between 2010 and 2015 out of two dozen Denver suburbs studied.
RidgeGate trail family
Nearly 97 percent of residents rated the overall quality of life in Lone Tree as “good” or “excellent.”
Grand opening of MorningStar Senior Living at RidgeGate
MorningStar Senior Living at RidgeGate Lone Tree
Future residents of the MorningStar at RidgeGate Senior Living Center are painting leaves to be added to a 9-and-a-half foot tree sculpture.
The new Lone Tree Library in RidgeGate encompasses 25,000 square feet, up from 11,000.
For the Lone Tree Arts Center, filling seats in the 500-seat theater is only a starting point.
In the City of Lone Tree, Arbor Day carries some clout.
The new Lone Tree Library took a break from construction Jan. 15 to show off its progress to the public.