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Operations & Maintanence

Notice of Metropolitan District Homeowner's Rights Task Force 

(House Bill 23-1105)On May 24, 2023, Governor Polis signed House Bill 23-1105 into law, which, among other actions, created the Metropolitan District Homeowner’s Rights Task Force (“Task Force”). The Task Force will review, among other matters, tax levying authority and practices, foreclosure practices, communications with homeowners and governance policies. All members of the Task Force will be appointed by November 1, 2023. A requirement of the new law is that we notify you of the creation and existence of the Task Force prior to its first meeting. If you have any questions about the Task Force, please reach out to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies or visit their website at  

Why are the District's sprinklers still running when it is raining? 

Colorado has been getting above average rain this spring/summer, which is great news. More rain means less watering! However, that does not mean the District’s sprinklers will be off during those rains. The irrigation systems are equipped with Smart Sensors that detect precipitation. Once the rain accumulation hits a preset depth, the system will turn to an automatic 2-day rain delay. This means that the irrigation system could be running while it’s raining until the preset depth is triggered on the sensor.

How do I report broken sprinkler heads? Please email the District email at with location of head and photo if possible.

How do I report irrigation emergencies? Call 970-669-3611

Tree Maintenance 

Do you see dead or dying trees on District property?

  • The District is in coordination with the contracted landscaper to identify struggling and dead trees for inclusion on a watch or replacement list. The health of trees on the watch list will be continuously monitored.
  • Orange ribbon indicates a tree on the health watch list and red or pink ribbon will indicate a dead tree in which replacement is necessary. Dead trees will be removed in the months of July and August.
  • Tree replacements are addressed in the fall months to promote root establishment and survivability per industry standard practices. All tree removals and replacements are aligned with the adopted annual budget as approved by the Board of Directors.
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