Special District
Transparency Information

Pursuant to section 32-1-809, Colorado Revised Statutes

This information must be provided annually to the eligible electors
of the district no later than January 15.

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*Note that some information provided herein may be subject to change after the notice is posted.
 
District's Name
Name:
 
District's Principal Business Office
Name:
Address:
City:
Zip:
Telephone:
 
District's Physical Location
Counties:
 
Primary Contact Person or District Manager
Name:
Telephone:
 
Regular Board Meeting Information
Location:
Address:
City:
Day(s):
Time:
 
Posting Place for Meeting Notice
Location:
Address:
City:
 
Notice of Proposed Action to Fix or Increase Fees, Rates, Tolls, Penalties or Charges for Domestic Water or Sanitary Sewer Services
Location:
Address:
City:
Date:
Notice:
 
Current District Mill Levy
Mills:
 
Ad Valorem Tax Revenue
Revenue reported may be incomplete or unaudited as of the date this Notice was posted.
Amount ($)
 
Date of Next Regular Election
Date:
 
Pursuant to 24-72-205 C.R.S
The district's research and retrieval fee is per hour
District Policy:
E. Fees for All Record Req uests

1. Fees for standard reproductions . The Custodian or the Custodian's designee shall charge a
fee not to exceed twenty-five cents per page for any photocopies or printed copies of electronic
records that are required to make a Public Record available. Other reproductions of Public Records
shall be provided at a cost not to exceed the actual cost of the reproduction. Such fees shall be
paid by the applicant prior to the receipt of copies of any Public Records. Requests expected to
exceed a total charge of $10.00 or more must be accompanied by a deposit equal to the
reasonably-estimated reproduction costs. This deposit will be credited toward the total fee, and
the total fee shall be paid prior to release of the requested records. In the event the deposit
amount exceeds the actual costs, the balance will be refunded.

2. Transmission fees. No fees related to transmission shall be charged for transmitting public
records via electronic mail. Within the period specified in � 24-72-203 ,
C.R.S., the Custodian shall notify the record requester that a copy of the record is available but
will only be sent to the requester once the custodian receives payment for postage if the copy is
transmitted by United States mail, or payment for the cost of delivery if the copy is transmitted
other than by United States mail, and payment for any other supplies used in the mailing,
delivery, or transmission of the record and for all other costs associated with producing the
record . Upon receiving such payment, the custodian shall send the record to the requester as soon
as practicable but no more than three business days after receipt of such payment.

3. Fees for search, retrieval and legal review:

a. In the case of any request requiring more than one hour of time for search, retrieval ,
supervision of inspection, copying, manipulation , redaction or legal counsel review to identify
and withhold privileged records, the Custodian or the Custodian 's designee may charge a hourly fee
for such time not to exceed $30.00 per hour pursuant to � 24-72-205(6)(a) , C.R.S. Prior to
performing any services necessary to respond to a request, the Custodian or the Custodian 's
designee shall require the applicant to pay a deposit equal to the reasonably estimated
fees that will be charged by the






Custodian for such staff time. Before receiving any records, the applicant shall also pay the
amount by which the cost of any open records services exceeds the deposit. The District shall
promptly refund the amount by which the deposit exceeds the cost of any open records services.

b. To the extent possible, the Custodian shall utilize administrative or clerical staff for search
and retrieval of Public Records who are ordinarily responsible for such duties to ensure that the
fees charged for staff time in connection with the request represent costs incurred in the ordinary
course of business and not extraordinary charges, but in any case, such charges shall not exceed
$30 per hour.
District contact information for open records request:
Jeffrey Erb, Seter & Vander Wall, P.C., 7400 E. Orchard Rd., Ste. 3300, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
303-770-2700
 
List Names of District Board Members
Names of District Board Members
Board President
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Names of District Board Members
Board Member 2
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Names of District Board Members
Board Member 3
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Names of District Board Members
Board Member 4
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Names of District Board Members
Board Member 5
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Names of District Board Members
Board Member 6 (For 7 Member-Board)
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Names of District Board Members
Board Member 7 (For 7 Member-Board)
Name:
Contact Info:
Election: Will this office be on the ballot at the next regular election?
Yes No
 
Board Candidate Self-Nomination Forms
Any eligible elector of the special district who desires to be a candidate for the office of special district director must file a self-nomination and acceptance form or letter with the designated election official.
 
Deadline for Self-Nomination Forms
Self-nomination and acceptance forms or letters must be filed not less than 67 days before the date of the regular election.
 
District Election Results
The district's election results will be posted on the website of the Colorado Secretary of State (www.sos.state.co.us) and the website indicated below, if any.
Website:
 
Permanent Mail-In Voter Status
Absentee voting and Permanent absentee voter status (formerly Permanent Mail-In voter status): Where to obtain and return forms
Applications for absentee voting or for permanent absentee voter status are available from and must be returned to the Designated Election Official.
 
Notice Completed By
Name:
Title:
Email:
Dated:
 
 
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