BOARD MEETINGS & GOVERNANCE
Meetings are normally scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of the month at TACAir 7425 S. Peoria Street, Centennial, CO 80111 near Centennial Airport. Meetings are open to the public. The on-line agenda is usually available by the Friday before the meeting. Meeting minutes, financial and other reports can be found on the "Reports/Forms" menu page.
CURRENT PUBLIC HEARING NOTIFICATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS (term date)
Bill Waller, President 303-947-6110 (5/27)
Danelle Morgan, Treasurer 303-617-3858 (5/25)
Trey Robbins, Secretary 303-356-5451 (5/25)
James Siffering, Assistant Secretary (5/27)
Collin Cannon, Director (5/27)
TERM LIMIT EXEMPTION VOTER APPROVAL
the District’s electorate voted in 2000 to exempt the District from a State initiative that required term limits for elected officials by 21 (66%) in favor and 11 (33%) opposed. Currently, State law limits elected officials to two terms of office or eight years. Given the District’s small size (about 100 homes); it has historically been difficult to recruit and retain Board members. This measure is expected to help in this matter.
CONVERSION TO A METRO DISTRICT VOTER APPROVAL
Voters approved a Conversion to Metropolitan District In November of 2003, the District electorate voted 27 (77%) in favor and 8 (23%) opposed to the following ballot question: "Shall the East Valley Water and Sanitation District be converted into a metropolitan district to be known as the East Valley Metropolitan District, possessing all of the rights, power and authority of a metropolitan district as provided for in Title 32 of the Colorado Revised Statutes?"
The Primary purpose of this election was to provide the District with the legal capability under State of Colorado Statutes to offer a voluntary community residential trash collection service through a central contract with a trash removal company.
In summary, metropolitan districts have the following authorities; assuming that funding is established to support them. Most of these services are already provided or regulated by the City of Centennial, South Metro Fire, the Arapahoe County Parks District or Arapahoe County
EV has no interest or funding to offer or be involved with the these services except for water/sanitation and trash collection services currently provided.
Darcy Beard, District Manager
OPERATIONS (water emergency contact)
Professional Water Services Inc.
Bob Clodfelter/Beth Clodfelter
Blue Spruce Management
The District is governed by a board of five elected residents. The position each board member holds (President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary or Director) is determined annually in January through a vote by the Board. The Board contracts with a management company for services such as billing and general administrative coordination and oversight. System maintenance is provided through a contract with a water system maintenance firm. The firms now providing these services also provide similar services to other water districts. The District also has legal counsel mainly for water rights litigation issues.
East Valley Metro District
PO Box 5201, Greenwood Village CO 80155
Providing water, waste water and community trash collection services to Algonquin Acres and portions of the
Valley Country Club Estates in Centennial Colorado, Arapahoe County. USA.