Know your Neighbors!
Cherry Knolls maintains a paper directory, distributed to residents yearly by the Cherry Knolls Improvement Association. Reach out to the CKIA’s website director in order to obtain access to Google Groups. Please give us your name and address.
Cherry Knolls is a tight-knit community of neighbors. You’ll find block parties in the summer, a parade through the neighborhood every 4th of July, a community Easter Egg hunt, and many others. Check out our calendar for upcoming events!
Cherry Knolls residents are proud to send their kids to Littleton Public Schools, and is home to Sandburg Elementary School. Newton Middle School is near the eastern edge of the neighborhood, and Arapahoe High School is a short stroll down University Blvd. Kids of all ages can walk to school or be picked up by Arapahoe’s bus route!
Parks & Greenspace
We are home to Cherry Knolls Park, a public park operated by South Suburban Parks & Recreation. The park has a wonderful playground and playing fields for soccer, baseball, and more.
The Cherry Knolls Improvement Association uses a portion of the dues paid by residents to maintain Cherry Field, on Costilla Place. Cherry Field is a centerpiece of our community, providing space to regularly bring the community together for activities small and large.
Alongside Cherry Field, you’ll also find the Cherry Knolls Swim Club – this is a private swim club offering limited seasonal memberships to the neighborhood.
Cherry Knolls intersects with the South Suburban trail, which in turn connects us to the 70+ mile Highline Canal Trail – perfect for running, walking, biking, or dog walking.
Shopping & Restaurants
Just across University Blvd, you’ll find Southglenn Shopping Center, with a grocery store, a public library, a movie theater, and wonderful shops. Trader Joe’s is just down the road, and you’ll find dozens of restaurants nearby.
As a covenant-protected community, Cherry Knolls enjoys the beauty and charm of well-kept properties, and our property values reflect the same. Our homeowners pay modest yearly dues which provide for our community entrances and perimeter, for Cherry Field, and for dozens of annual social gatherings. Cherry Knolls is not just 700 houses — this is our home.