Stonegate Village Metropolitan District
Parks | Recreation | Water | Wastewater
The Stonegate Village Metropolitan District, located in unincorporated Douglas County, Colorado, is responsible for four important services for its residents and commercial businesses:
- Water and Wastewater
- Recreational Facilities
- Maintenance of Open Space & Public Landscapes
- Drainage-Way Maintenance
“DISTRICT TREE & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE”
Announcement, 11 May 2015 - Some trees and bushes may have been recently damaged during the recent snowfall. District residents should take caution and be aware of fallen debris while walking, riding and utilizing the District’s parks, pathways and open spaces. Currently, the District is working on assessing our open space areas for any damaged trees, and our landscape contractor is making their way around trimming and removing fallen debris. Please feel free to report any damaged trees and or contact the District Manager at Community Resource Services of Colorado (CRS) by mail at 7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2710, or by telephone 303-858-9909.
DOUGLAS COUNTY – HOUSEHOLD CHEMICAL WASTE ROUNDUPS
ATTENTION RESIDENTS – Douglas County is holding a few scheduled “Chemical Waste Roundups” on Saturday, May 9, 2015 in Parker, on Saturday, August 8, 2015 in Highlands Ranch, and on Saturday, September 12, 2015 in Castle Rock, for the collection and turn in of household chemical waste items and materials. For more information please refer to the attached announcements and brochures.
The Stonegate Village Metropolitan District has adopted seven separate funds, a General Fund to provide for operating and maintenance expenditures, swimming pool services and landscape maintenance expenditures; a Debt Service Fund to provide for payments on the outstanding general obligation bond debt; a Capital Project Fund to provide for capital improvements to be built for the benefit of the district and transfers to the general fund for fence replacements; a Water Fund to provide for the expenditures, debt service payments and capital improvements related to providing water services; a Sewer Fund to provide for the expenditures, debt service payments and capital improvements related to providing sewer services; a Water and Sewer Capital Project Fund to provide for water and sewer capital improvements to be built for the benefit of the district, bond issuance costs for the proposed bonds, and transfers to the Supplemental Water Resource Fund; and a Supplemental Water Resource Fund to provide for the operating and capital expenditures relating to additional water resources and transfers to the Debt Service and Water and Sewer Capital Project Funds.
The District’s accountants have utilized the modified accrual basis of accounting and the budget has been adopted after proper postings, publications and public hearing.
The primary sources of revenue for the District include property taxes, specific ownership taxes, recreation and landscape fees, cost sharing income, sustainability fees, utility billings and bond proceeds. In 2015, the District intends to impose a mill levy on all property within the District totaling 27.803 mills, of which .803 mills will be dedicated to the General Fund and the balance of 27.000 mills will be allocated to the Debt Service Fund.
<click here> To review Adopted 2015 Budget and Message information.
As always, residents are encouraged to provide information on any issues they may have concerns about by contacting the District Manager at Community Resource Services of Colorado (CRS) by mail at 7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2710, or by telephone 303-858-9909.
“District Explores Reclaimed Water Options”
On Monday September 8, 2014, the Stonegate Village Metropolitan District (SVMD) held an evaluation meeting and participated in a tour of the Parker Water and Sanitation District (PWSD) water reclamation system and Rueter-Hess Reservoir. The Stonegate Village Metropolitan District is in the process of assessing alternatives to capture and store millions of gallons of District reclaimed water. For more information on this, please <click on this link> to review a copy of the October 2014 Stonegate Messenger article.
Pictured above from left to right, are PWSD District Manager Ron Redd, Greg Sanford, Lisa Hyvonen, Steve Olson, Jim McGrady and Roger Husbands.
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
“Open Space and Public Landscapes Maintenance”
The District is very happy to report that ongoing landscape maintenance improvements and irrigation system maintenance and upgrades has resulted in the Stonegate parks, public landscape and open spaces looking very nice! Particular attention has been given to the trails throughout the district. We’ve also been working very diligently to correct any stressed areas and to pay particular attention to the numerous beautiful flowerbeds throughout the district. The District is committed to providing Stonegate residents and visitors with visually appealing landscape. The combined efforts of District management and the landscape contractor will provide continual monitoring and proactive attention. Any questions or inquiries please contact the District Manager at Community Resource Services of Colorado (CRS) by mail at 7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2710, or by telephone 303-858-9909.
“District Landscape Company Hiring”
The Stonegate Village Metropolitan District landscape and lawncare contractor “Keepin’ It Green Lawncare” is looking to fill several part-time and full-time employment opportunities, including roles as Account Manager, Field Supervisors, and General Laborer positions. Please contact Austin Wenger, Operations Manager at Keepin’ It Green Lawncare, at 303-880-3913 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stonegate Rate Increase
On May 21, 2014, the Stonegate Village Metropolitan District held a public hearing at the Stonegate Community Center located at 10326 Stonegate Parkway, Parker, CO, to review and approve the proposed increases for District rates and fees for wastewater, water and related services.
Opening Day and Update
Stonegate Pool Resident ID Cards
During the Summer 2014, District residents can obtain their resident “Pool ID Cards” at the Stonegate Community Center, 10326 Stonegate Parkway, Parker, CO, after 6pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Any questions or inquiries please contact the District Manager at Community Resource Services of Colorado (CRS) by mail at 7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2710, or by telephone 303-858-9909.
Wastewater Treatment Rehabilitation Project
In an effort to keep District residents informed of ongoing projects, Stonegate Village Metropolitan District provides an overview presentation for the District’s upcoming “Wastewater Treatment Rehabilitation Project”. The presentation is located on the Project Page, and can be accessed by clicking this link: SVMD Treatment Plant Rehabilitation Presentation – CRS 19 Feb 2014. Additionally, SVMD held a public meeting on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 to review and discuss the Stonegate Rate Increase, at the Stonegate Community Center, and a presentation is located on the Project Page, and can be accessed by clicking this link: Public Hearing WW Rates 4-16-14 . Furthermore, the District held an additionally public meeting on 21 May 2014 to review and discuss the Wastewater Treatment Plant Project and District “rates and fees”.
The District encourages residents to ask questions and make any inquiries about the Wastewater Treatment Plant Project. In the interim, please direct any questions or inquiries to the District Manager at Community Resource Services of Colorado (CRS) by mail at 7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2710, or by telephone 303-858-9909.
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2014 Consumer Confidence Report
(For year 2013)
Pool Registration and Important Information