District Budget/Fee Setting Process
It's that time of year for the District to consider budgets and fees for 2020. The District Board of Directors must balance the desires of residents who want limited or no fee increases with the requests of other residents for additional services and improvements to public landscaping and facilities. Meanwhile, the District must pay for increases in the State minimum wage, increases to electricity and natural gas charges, and other normal cost increases. Opportunities for the public to watch the process, and to provide input, will occur at the Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, November 6 at 10:00 a.m., at an informal Budget Workshop on Thursday, November 13, 7:00-9:00 p.m., and again at a formal public hearing during the Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, December 4 at 10:00 a.m. All meetings are held at the Meridian Ranch Recreation Center on Londonderry Drive at Angeles Rd. Budget documents can be found here. For Board of Directors meeting agendas, click here.
Meridian Service Metropolitan District (the District) was established in 2000 to provide the master planned community of Meridian Ranch with dependable water, wastewater, storm-water, parks, trails and recreational amenities. The District is dedicated to ensuring that the services we provide and maintain, now and in the future, are of the highest quality for Meridian Ranch residents and business owners to enjoy.
This website offers residents and business owners information about the District's programs and services within the community. The Meridian Ranch development consists of 2,650 acres and, at full build-out, a proposed 4,000 residential units, four schools, a golf course and commercial property. Currently, Meridian Ranch consists of 2,000 developed residential units, the Meridian Ranch Elementary School, the Falcon High School, the Antler Creek Golf Course, CreekView Grill, seven neighborhood parks, 20 miles of trails and parkways, the Recreation Center and the Lodge at Stonebridge. For more information on the Meridian Ranch development, please visit the developer website at www.meridianranch.com.
Meridian Ranch is located in a southwestern, semi-arid climate zone. We believe it is extremely important that all citizens are informed of the many options and challenges that come with providing clean water as well as attractive park and trail landscaping. The District is dedicated to keeping the water affordable, streetlights lit, parks clean, and wastewater discharge environmentally safe. But, we need everyone's help. By all of us being good stewards of our wonderful amenities, the Meridian Ranch community will continue to flourish for decades to come.
Together, let's make that happen.
Metro District Offices
The District office is located at The Shops at Meridian Ranch at the northeast corner of Meridian Road and Stapleton Drive.
The offices at The Shops provide a visible point of contact for water, wastewater and storm-water emergencies that may arise from time to time. The Districtís utility billing is processed by our management company, Community Resource Services (CRS), in Greenwood Village, Colorado.
Administrative & Operations
11886 Stapleton Drive
Falcon, CO 80831
Business Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
7995 E. Prentice Ave, Suite 103-E
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Business Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM