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About the Holland Hills Metro District

Holland Hills Metro District owns and oversees the roads, the potable water system, and services such as trash and community landscaping. The annual property taxes paid by each resident in Holland Hills provide a portion of the annual operating revenue for the District, and to service debt payments for the water facilities constructed in 2004. Residents pay a mill levy to the District as part of their total tax bill.

The District’s legal water supply permits the withdrawal of 53.84 acre-feet per year of water (17,551,840 gallons) from a shallow aquifer. From the District’s well field, water is pumped approximately one mile and 200 feet in elevation to an above-ground storage tank on BLM land. Water then returns by gravity to homes in the District. The water may be used for domestic use only, as there is a separate raw water irrigation system.

The District participates in the Special District Association of Colorado, a property & liability pool and support association of small local governments such as the Holland Hills Metro District. The Association provides board members and district staff with valuable resources on a variety of subjects, including insurance, statutory changes that affects Districts, and board member responsibilities.

For Water Emergencies contact:

Sonny Canterbury – Certified Water Operator for Holland Hills Metro District
Phone: (970) 379 – 5884

Postings of Board Meetings::

Click on the links below:

Metro District Board Meeting Public Notice 12.5.17
Metro District Board Meeting Public Notice 08.17.17

For Water inquiries contact:
Zancanella & Associates, Inc.
(970) 945-5700

For Trash Service inquiries contact:
Mountain Waste & Recycling
(970) 963-3435
scott.eden@mountainwaste.com

For Roads and Snow Removal contact:
The Romero Group (formerly Beach Resource Management)
(970) 273-3100
info@romero-group.com