>> Police: 'Zombie raccoons' threaten pet health in Chicago suburb
Simone Woodmore, another frustrated tenant,said she has been unable to get management to help with the situation.
"I went to the leasing office five times. I've called pest control in Aurora and Denver and they say they're not taking new cases unless they're physically in your home," Woodmore told KDVR. "I don't know what to do," she said. "I'm very frustrated because a raccoon can come in any day and that's scary. I don't want to sleep and wake up and look up and there's a raccoon hissing at me."
The woman at the front desk of the leasing office told KDVR they are working on the issue, adding that apartment officials cannot get rid of the animals until mating season is over.