Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District is one of the area’s few providers of water and wastewater utilities. We service both residential and commercial customers in the district and commercial customers in surrounding communities.
Because we service such a large population, Woodmen Hills can keep its rates and fees highly competitive. Twenty years of wise financial stewardship allows the district to offer its residents much more for much less.
Drinking water is always and everywhere a precious commodity, but especially in the semi-arid West. At Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District, we take great pride in supplying both our own residents and customers in surrounding communities with clean, potable water. We meet or exceed all state and federal standards. Water operators are confident in the quality of our product, and you can be confident too.
For information about the various units of measurement you find in consumer confidence reports, check out this factsheet produced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Woodmen Hills strives to be a good steward of district revenues and of natural resources. Those values intersect in our water conservation program. By coordinating watering schedules throughout the district, we simultaneously protect community infrastructure against the necessity of costly repairs and ensure the district’s water will continue to flow for a long time to come.
See the chart below for your residence’s watering schedule. Stage 1 restrictions will take effect on May 9, 2020.
Woodmen Hill’s journey to a new wastewater treatment facility began in 2009, when the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, following the lead of United States Environmental Protection Agency, informed Woodmen Hills that its wastewater lagoon system, constructed in 1987, had fallen out of compliance with the State’s standards.
Fast-forward to 2017. After years of careful stewardship and with its finances in order, Woodmen Hills broke ground June 30 on a new facility at the northeast corner of Meridian Ranch Boulevard and Stapleton Road, which would come to be known as the Regional Water Reclamation Facility.
This project was completed on March 29, 2019. The Regional Water Reclamation Facility is now fully operational.
For more information about this project, see this slideshow produced by the District’s water contract JDS Hydro for the July 26, 2018 board meeting.
For the convenience of our residents and prospective residents, we maintain on this page a list of every provider of certain major services. Click on the company’s name to visit its website.
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