Biographies for Woodmen Hills’ recently elected board members are coming soon.  Read More...

The Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District Board of Directors meets on the fourth Thursday of every month. As the district’s elected government, the board is responsible for a variety of decisions that affect day-to-day life in the community. Its meetings are always open to the public and held in the evening in order to facilitate attendance.  Read More...

The Board of Directors governs Woodmen Hills through the passage of resolutions.  Read More...

Board of Director Bylaws/Rules and Regulations  Read More...

As the steward of public funds, Woodmen Hills Metro District is committed to a lean, efficient operation that maximizes the use of every district dollar. Every year, the Board of Directors passes a budget that allocates district monies to various departments and for specific purposes.  Read More...

Since its creation, Woodmen Hills Metro District has benefited from wise financial stewardship. Most recently, in March 2016, the District was able to refinance existing debt from 8 percent to 2.75 percent.  Read More...

Despite the large number and variety of district amenities, Woodmen Hills keeps its rates and fees highly competitive. Twenty years of wise financial stewardship allows the district to offer its residents much more for much less.  Read More...

Elections to the WHMD Board of Directors are held in May of even-numbered years. Terms of service are four years, and the district’s bylaws restrict directors to two terms.  Read More...

Sherry Ringen, Troy Stinson, Nicole Vance, and Carl Lukins will join Joshua Killett on the Woodmen Hills Metro District Board of Directors. Read More…

Woodmen Hills is committed to spotless transparency. We figure that the more information people have about our operations, the better the district looks.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District has formed agreements with various other government entities to give and receive services.  Read More…

Service Plan for Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District.  Read More…

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.  Read More…

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.  Read More…

Woodmen Hills is proud to offer reliable wastewater utilities to district residents.  Read More…

Woodmen Hills strives to be a good steward of district revenues and of natural resources. Those values intersect in our water conservation program.  Read More…

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. Read More…

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.  Read More…

Woodmen Hills is home to two recreation centers: Recreation Center East and Community Center West. All residents enjoy access to both facilities simply by virtue of living in Woodmen Hills.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills is home to two recreation centers: Recreation Center East and Community Center West. All residents enjoy access to both facilities simply by virtue of living in Woodmen Hills.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metro District in Peyton and Falcon, Colorado, is home to an indoor pool open year-round and, for residents who like to feel the sun on their faces while they swim, an outdoor pool open during the summer months.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills has four parks and numerous trails. Woodmen Hills also boasts the only BMX park in the vicinity and one of the only BMX parks in the region.  Read More...

Finding time to exercise is hard enough without the inconvenience of driving from Falcon or Peyton to attend a fitness class in Colorado Springs. At Woodmen Hills, we aim to deprive you of every excuse.  Read More...

Participation in athletics plays a valuable role in the development of children. At Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District in Falcon/Peyton, we take this responsibility seriously and strive to offer quality programs that aid in this development.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metro District offers mini-camps during School District 49’s vacations. Kids continue learning in a fun atmosphere, and parents get a break from the break.  Read More...

Parents’ Night Out gives parents a break during the evening, while kids enjoy a more enriching experience than a babysitter could provide.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metro District provides child care at Recreation Center East, so that you can get your workout on while your child plays and learns under the supervision of a district attendant.  Read More...

We get 300 days of sunshine at Woodmen Hills, but occasionally, weather comes along that puts the “Col…d” in “Colorado.”  Read More...

Woodmen Hills residents need a signed usage agreement on file to receive access to Recreation Center East and Community Center West.  Read More...

A couple of residents have expressed interest in the results of the Parks and Recreation study Woodmen Hills Metro District commissioned in 2016. Accordingly, we’re making it available here.  Read More...

Located just east of Colorado Springs, Woodmen Hills offers the conveniences of a major city without the drawbacks. Security Service Field, Cinemark, complete with an IMAX, and the massive retail complex First and Main are only 15 minutes away, but Woodmen Hills residents can venture in and out of those bustling crowds at will.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District falls within the Woodmen Hills Elementary School, Falcon Middle School, and Falcon High School attendance areas, but parents also have the option to send their children to any of the district’s many charter schools.  Read More...

The Hills newsletter and archives.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metro District does not and, by law, cannot enforce neighborhood covenants, but homeowner associations in some sectors of the community, such as Filing 11, Parkside and Courtyards, do enforce covenants and provide additional services besides.  Read More...

A Challenger Home is different. A Challenger Home makes life better. Sometimes it’s the included extras or it’s the little things one may not even notice. In every facet of every home the commitment is clear.  Read More...

Since 1991, more than 1000 families in the Pikes Peak region have chosen MasterBilt because we understand that your satisfaction is the cornerstone of our future.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Metro District brings the community together. From monthly events, such as Bingo at Community Center West, to seasonal events, such as Trunk or Treat at Recreation Center East, we create excuses for Woodmen Hills neighbors to get to know each other.  Read More...

Finding time to exercise is hard enough without the inconvenience of driving from Falcon or Peyton to attend a fitness class in Colorado Springs. At Woodmen Hills, we aim to deprive you of every excuse. Your dream body is around the corner and down the street.  Read More...

Participation in athletics plays a valuable role in the development of children. At Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District in Falcon/Peyton, we take this responsibility seriously and strive to offer quality programs that aid in this development.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills offers six levels of group swim lessons using the American Red Cross curriculum. Learn to swim year-round in our indoor pool.  Read More...

Bingo, Parent's Night Out, Board meetings, etc.  Read More...

Check out our blog to see comments and announcements.  Read More...

How do I contact Woodmen Hills Metro District? And other questions answered.  Read More...

Woodmen Hills Parks and Rec Inclement Weather Policy

We get 300 days of sunshine at Woodmen Hills, but occasionally, weather comes along that puts the “Col…d” in “Colorado.”

In the event of inclement weather, Woodmen Hills Recreation Center East will follow the policy below. As residents can access Community Center West 24/7 with keycards, that facility is immune to delays and closures.

Monday through Friday

When Falcon School District 49 goes on a 2-hour delay due to inclement weather, Recreation Center East will also be on a 2-hour delay and will not open until 8:30 am. Any fitness class scheduled to begin at 8 am or earlier will be cancelled.

When D49 is closed due to inclement weather, RCE will remain closed in the morning, with all morning fitness classes, swim lessons and child watch canceled. The roads will then be reassessed throughout the day to determine whether RCE will open in the evening.

Saturday and Sunday

When inclement weather arrives on Saturday or Sunday, Woodmen Hills Parks and Recreation will assess the roads and decide whether there should be a closure or delay. If there is a delay, RCE’s opening will be delayed opening by 2 hours to 9 am Saturday or 2 pm Sunday.

Updates on RCE delays and closures will be posted on the Woodmen Hills Metro District and Recreation Centers Facebook page here.