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Stonegate Village Metropolitan District
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 functions that SVMD provide are primarily related to parks and recreation and water and sanitation services. The District maintains and manages the common space throughout Stonegate, as well as the pool and parks. In addition, the District provides potable water to residents and businesses, and treats effluent water for irrigation of common open space for Stonegate, Lincoln Park, E-470 Potomac and Compark Metro Districts. SVMD also provides wastewater treatment services for all four Districts. See all Districts Map here.
The services and facilities are maintained and operated by funds received either through property taxes or fees. For example, residents can review their property tax bill from Douglas County and see an assessment for Stonegate Village Metropolitan District. These taxes go primarily to pay off the debt that was incurred to build the water and wastewater treatment facilities. Property owners also assist in these services by paying fees – the monthly park and recreation fee that shows up on the utility bill is used to maintain the open space and park facilities. The water and sewer fees are used for operation, maintenance, and long-term replacement of the water and waste water treatment facilities. (Read Stonegate Village’s Service Plan.)
The District is governed by an elected Board of Directors. They serve either two or four year terms and can serve for a total of eight years. The Board meetings are open to the public and are held on the third Wednesday of the month, and are typically held at the Stonegate Community Center. (Your Board Members) . Additionally, the District’s annual budget meeting is open to the public in either October or November. Watch our website for exact date and location.
The District has no permanent staff, but instead receives it’s services through contractual employees. This reduces the costs to the taxpayers for benefits and overhead expenses. The District is managed by Community Resource Services of Colorado (CRS), and they can be reached at 303-858-9909.
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