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SVMD District Offices

10252 Stonegate Parkway

Parker, CO  80134


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Please be advised that pool parties are unable to be accommodated after August 5th.This link takes you to the Front Range Recreation website. Once there, click on Pool and then choose Stonegate Village.



Take Steps to Help Prevent Frozen Pipes

We are thankful for strong relationships that have been built with neighboring water providers over the years. Below are some helpful tips shared by our friends at Centennial Water that we wanted to pass along to our customers too!

"Mother Nature is bringing us a cold snap this week and we want to make sure your pipes will be ready. When temperatures drop below freezing, water in your pipes can expand, causing pipes to burst which is why it’s important to take steps in advance to prevent any water emergencies from disrupting your holiday plans. Taking a few simple steps can help decrease the likelihood of this happening in your home.

The American Red Cross recommends the following:
• Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines in the garage.
• Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing.
• Drip cold water from faucets served by exposed pipes. Cold water is more likely to freeze than warm water.
• Keep the thermostat set to the same temperature during the day and at night.
• Leave the heat on even if you are going to be away for a few days, no lower than 55° F.
Lastly, if you are going away, ask a neighbor or friend to check on your home to make sure the measures you have taken to prevent frozen pipes worked and that nothing is ruptured"


Stonegate Park News

All Stonegate Village Metropolitan District parks are open from 6am to 10pm. To report a rules violation, please call the District office number at 303-858-9909, or the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency number at 303-660-7500.

No hammocking in Stonegate Village Metropolitan parks or open spaces.

Effective immediately Stonegate Village Metropolitan District will restrict the use of any type of attachment to the park trees, including hammocks. The hammock straps over time, wear away the bark. The layer underneath the bark helps bring water from the roots up to the tree. When that gets damaged, the tree dies. Stonegate considers trees to be an invaluable asset, which is why the district has put in place a no hammocking policy dedicated to protecting our trees.

Help Keep Our Parks Clean

Many of our neighbors have noticed an increase in litter in our parks. Please remember to pick up after yourself and remind your children to be respectful of their environment as well. Thank you for keeping Stonegate beautiful for everyone.

Stonegate Village Fence Replacement Updates

As we wrap up Phase 1 of the project, the District successfully installed and stained over 26,949 linear feet of beautifully crafted cedar fencing as of September 2022. The fence is replaced at the rate of 500+ linear feet per week (as weather allows). This project continues as planned going into 2023!


As many already know, in an effort to preserve the appearance of our Stonegate community and keep property values at their highest, the SVMDs Board of Directors voted unanimously to replace the District Fencing (Common Area /Open Space Only) 6’ and 4’ privacy fences. The new fencing is of "like-kind".


Definition of Fencing to Be Replaced – Fencing that abuts District Property/Open Space

This project is estimated to take place over a period of three years and began in the Spring of 2021. The fence contractor has walked the property and has prepared the plan for the most efficient and effective way to minimize disturbances to our homeowners. Cooperation by all of us will help to produce a final product that we should all be proud of and one that enhances the esthetic value of our community.

What Are Pin Hole Leaks?
The District occasionally receives calls from customers requesting temporary shutoff of their water service to allow for repairs to leaking pipes inside the house. The following FAQs address the type of leaks most commonly reported to the District.

What are plumbing pipes made of?
Over the years, many different materials have been used for plumbing pipes. In the SVMD service area, the vast majority of houses and other buildings have copper piping.

What causes plumbing pipes to develop leaks?
The two primary causes of leaks in copper piping are corrosion and erosion. Corrosion can be caused by stray electrical currents, or by the chemistry of the water flowing through the pipes. Stray electrical currents normally impact buried pipes, and are not a common issue with inside piping. Corrosion due to water chemistry has become much less common because water providers are
required to adjust water chemistry to prevent corrosion. Erosion is caused by high velocity in the pipe, which can wear away the metal from the inside of the pipe.

What kind of leaks do we see in Stonegate?
Nearly all of the leaks reported to the District were caused by erosion due to high velocity. Erosion can be readily identified by the wear pattern inside the pipe.

What causes the high velocity?
High velocity is most often due to excessive pressure in the plumbing pipes.

Where do the leaks occur?
The most common location for leaks reported to the District is right after the water line enters the house.

Is there a way to protect my plumbing pipes from high pressure?
Yes. A pressure reducing valve (PRV) can be installed to reduce the pressure inside the house. With a properly installed and adjusted PRV, your sprinkler system and other fixtures in your house will use water at a slower rate, reducing the velocity in the pipes. The District recommends that every house be equipped with a PRV.

How can I tell if I have a PRV?
PRVs are normally located near the meter, where the water line enters the house.

If I have a PRV, are my pipes protected?
Maybe. To provide adequate protection, the PRV must be in good working order, and properly adjusted.

How can I tell if my PRV is working and properly adjusted?
Testing the pressure inside the house will indicate whether a PRV is functioning properly. You may check out a Pressure Check Gauge at the District offices. Normal pressure range is 45-65.

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Stonegate Village Metropolitan District (SVMD) is a governmental entity that was formed per Title 32 of the Colorado Revised State Statutes to perform specific services for the residents and businesses located within the District boundaries.  The Stonegate Village Metropolitan District is responsible for a number of important operations and maintenance services for the District, which include:
- Water and Wastewater Services       
- Recreational Facilities
- Maintenance of Open Space & Public Landscapes

Additionally, SVMD provides certain services to properties that lie within its borders, including potable water and sewer services to private and commercial properties within the Lincoln Park, E-470 Potomac and Compark Metropolitan Districts.   Another critical role and overarching mission of the District is its participation in the WISE Partnership.   The District is actively involved in the regional and statewide water supply project between Aurora Water, Denver Water, and the South Metro Water Supply Authority (SMWSA), that consist of 14 Special District and Municipal members who are focused on developing sustainable renewable water projects, and implementing conservation efforts for the south metro region and around Douglas County.


The Stonegate Village Metropolitan District manages and oversees the 24-hour operations of the many utilities, infrastructure, and services; which includes water and wastewater resources, recreational facilities, open space areas, public landscapes, and drainage-way maintenance. These District services are maintained and operated by funds received either through property taxes or fees, and are used for the operation, maintenance, and long-term replacement of District facilities, resources and infrastructure.      


The District also supports a variety of special projects and programs that directly enhance and improve the community.  Below outlines a partial list of the current and ongoing improvement, maintenance, and service projects the District is currently working on for the community:

- Community development planning

- District business expansion

- Water plant facilities upgrades

- Water quality and inspection program

- Water well management program

- Wastewater facility construction project

- WISE Water agreement and project

- Water rates study and evaluation

- Renewable water program

- Rueter Hess Reservoir planning

- Fire hydrant maintenance & flush project

- Street signage improvement project

- Fence repair and replacement project

- Flood and standing water management

- Newlin Gulch maintenance & upgrades

- Landscape master planning

- Open space & park improvement projects

- Walkway improvements & upgrades

- Turf mowing and flowerbed management

- Spring tree trimming program

- Tree and shrub replacement program

- Swimming pool facilities upgrades

- Community Center facility improvements

- Tennis court upgrades & improvements

- Gazebo and rec area improvements

- Snow removal operations


If you have any questions about the District

services, projects and programs, you are

encouraged to contact the District Manager at

303-858-9909, or by  mail at

10252 Stonegate Parkway, Parker, CO  80134.

Stonegate Village Metropolitan District

District Offices, 10252 Stonegate Parkway, Parker, CO, 80134 


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