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Water Conservation Stage 2

Outdoor watering is limited to before 10:00 a.m. and after 6:00 p.m. and to three days per week - even/odd schedule. Residential properties with even numbered addresses and commercial properties may water outdoors on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Residential properties with odd numbered addresses may water outdoors on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. No outdoor watering is allowed on Friday.

Sod permit applications may be requested from customer services at 719.495.5152. Sod permits, when issued, may allow for a 30-day waiver on watering restrictions. Sod permits already issued in early August now have an extension of the 30-day waiver through September.

The use of potable water for new development may resume after September 15, 2020.

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Be Careful what you Flush!

As residents stockpile disinfecting wipes and paper towels to clean their homes more often to reduce the risk of coronavirus, we must urge our customers to keep one thing in mind: Donít flush them down the toilet.

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Water Supply Well Site Number 6

Please see the link below for Construction of Water Supply Well Site No. 6 information.

Construction of Water Supply Well Site No. 6 information.

Arbitration Complaint Against Cherokee Metropolitan District

Meridian Service Metropolitan Districtís first and highest responsibility is and always has been protecting the interests of our customers. To that end, on July 19, 2019, Meridian filed an arbitration proceeding against Cherokee Metropolitan District. Cherokee is a water and sewer district that owns and operates the Cherokee Wastewater Treatment Facility of which Meridian owns 45.8% of its treatment capacity. Meridian and Cherokee had previously entered into a contract that required Cherokee to process and treat Meridianís wastewater. Meridian believes that Cherokee has not complied with its obligations under that contract. Because of Cherokeeís actions, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has determined that the Cherokee Wastewater Facility is not in compliance with Colorado law. In order to meet its obligation to bring the facility into compliance with state law, Cherokee seeks tens of millions of dollars from our customers to correct defects in Cherokeeís design and construction of the facility that Cherokee caused or allowed to occur. Meridian disagrees with Cherokeeís position that Meridianís customers should pay to fix these failures because we feel those failures are Cherokeeís sole responsibility. After unsuccessful attempts to reach agreement with Cherokee, Meridian has started the process of arbitration against Cherokee. We have a very good team of people working on this matter and we will update you as much as we legally can by posting periodic updates on this website. Please direct all inquiries about this matter to David Pelser, the General Manager of Meridian Service Metropolitan District, at (719) 495-6567.

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View the Meridian Ranch Newsletter, "The View from Meridian Ranch", September, 2020 Edition.

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Board of Directors Meetings

The Board of Directors for the Meridian Ranch Metropolitan District, along with the Meridian Service Metropolitan District meets monthly on the first Wednesday of the month following the first Tuesday of the month. The meetings start at 10:00 Am and are held at 10301 Angeles Road.

See the current board meeting schedule for any changes to the meeting date, time, or place. Meeting information will also be posted at the recreation center.

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