Mirabelle Metropolitan District in Highlands Ranch, Colorado offers residents several services.
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The following links will be helpful in finding information about services within the community.
Recycling and trash services are provided by Waste Connections.
Water/Wastewater services supplied by Centennial Water and Sanitation District.
Coyote Creek Elementary School, Ranch View Middle School and Thunder Ridge High School serve this community, plus nearby private and charter schools.
Planned Community Amenities
The High Line Canal
This is a community treasure. From the very beginning, we’ve collaborated with The High Line Canal Conservancy to make it a model of sustainability and beauty. When you’re on the High Line—hiking, biking, strolling, or exploring—you’re feeling Colorado. And that’s always something to look forward to.
The High Line House
Not that you need an excuse to enjoy the seasons, but here you’ll find many: Pool, gathering places, workout facilities and stunning panoramic natural beauty combine to make the High Line House the Solstice go-to place. Not to mention the perfect stepping off point for excursions on the High Line Canal and community parks and trails.
This 37-acre linear park distinguished by the North Meadow, Cloud Cover Pavilion, and Fun Shade Gazebo. Along with its playgrounds and fields, it’s a delightful setting for gatherings and community events.
A 2-acre neighborhood park, perfect for playdates, picnics, or pick-up soccer games.
Along with the High Line Canal Trail—connecting you to the 71 total High Line miles—there will be six miles of recreational trails looping through the entire community.
Almost 34% of the community will be set aside as open space—approximately 132 acres.