Meadowbrook Fairview Metropolitan District 

Meadowbrook Water District Transparency Information


SPECIAL DISTRICT TRANSPARENCY NOTICE - 2018
Pursuant to section 32-1-809, Colorado Revised Statutes


This information must be provided[1] to the eligible electors of the district between November 16, 2017 and January 15, 2018.


Name of special district
MEADOWBROOK WATER DISTRICT
Address and telephone number of district’s principal business office
9850-B West Girton Avenue, Lakewood, Colorado 80227
303-972-2054
Name and telephone number of manager or other primary contact person for district
Eric Byrd
303-489-0549
Time and place designated for regular board meetings
Third Wednesday of Every Month 6:00 p.m. at the Community Center Building, 7640 South Estes Street, Littleton, Colorado 80128
Posting place designated for meeting notice (as per §24-6-402(2)(c), C.R.S.)
The District Office, 9850 B W. Girton Dr; The Community Center, 7640 S. Estes St., Council at Marina Pointe Recreation Center, 8397 S. Upham Wy.
District mill levy
3.01 mills, for levy in year 2018
Total ad valorem tax revenue received by district during 2016 (Note if unaudited or otherwise incomplete.)
$137,101.00
Names of board members 
(1)  Jack P. Campbell   

X This office is on the May 2018 ballot.   

Two-year term        X Four-year term
(2)  Marlene A. Stanley   

X This office is on the May 2018 ballot.  

Two-year term       X  Four-year term
(3)  Maureen Kelly

This office is on the May 2018 ballot.     

Two-year term        X  Four-year term
(4)  John Muhr 

This office is on the May 2018 ballot.    

Two-year term        X  Four-year term
(5) Barbara Whitney 

This office is on the May 2018 ballot.     

Two-year term        X  Four-year term



Date of next regular election
May 8, 2018
Self-nomination forms to be a candidate for district board member may be obtained from 
Name:  Donald D. Vogt
Contact information:
103 Bear Creek Avenue
PO Box 840
Morrison, CO 80465
303-697-0700
303-697-0714 (Fax)
don@vogtlaw.net
Self-nomination forms to be a candidate for district board member should be returned to
Name:  Donald D. Vogt
Contact information:
103 Bear Creek Avenue
PO Box 840
Morrison, CO 80465
303-697-0700
303-697-0714 (Fax)
don@vogtlaw.net
Completed self-nomination forms must be received by the district by
March 2, 2018



District election results will be posted on these websites
Secretary of State www.sos.state.co.us 
District or other website:
www.meadowbrookwaterdistrict.com 
Applications to request permanent mail-in voter status  (Enter county or counties in which the district is wholly or partially located.)
may be obtained from: Jefferson County Clerk and Recorderoronline from Secretary of State: www.elections.colorado.gov 
and may be returned to: Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder  
Notice completed by:
Name: Bonnie Skells Title: Office Manager 
E-mail: office@meadowbrookwaterdistrict.com
Notice Dated: 1/15/18
Some information herein may be subject to change.



Meadowbrook-Fairview Metropolitan District Transparency Information


SPECIAL DISTRICT TRANSPARENCY NOTICE - 2018
Pursuant to section 32-1-809, Colorado Revised Statutes


 This information must be provided[1] to the eligible electors of the district between November 16, 2017 and January 15, 2018.

Name of special district
MEADOWBROOK FAIRVIEW METROPOLITAN DISTRICT
Address and telephone number of district’s principal business office
9850-B West Girton Avenue, Lakewood, Colorado 80227
303-972-2054
Name and telephone number of manager or other primary contact person for district
Eric Byrd
303-489-0549
Time and place designated for regular board meetings
The Third Wednesday of Every Month at 5:30 p.m. at the Community Center Building, 7640 South Estes Street, Littleton, Colorado, 80128
Posting place designated for meeting notice (as per §24-6-402(2)(c), C.R.S.)
The District Office, 9850 B W. Girton Dr; The Community Center, 7640 S. Estes St., Council at Marina Pointe Recreation Center, 8397 S. Upham Way.
District mill levy
11.78 mills, for levy in year 2018 – Fire Protection
2.48 mills, for levy in year 2018 – District Operations
Total ad valorem tax revenue received by district during 2016 (Note if unaudited or otherwise incomplete.)
$639,268.00           
Names of board members   

(1)  Maureen Kelly  

X This office is on the May 2018 ballot.

Two-year term       X Four-year term

(2)  Jack P. Campbell  

X This office is on the May 2018 ballot.  

Two-year term       X Four-year term
(3)  John Muhr  

X This office is on the May 2018 ballot.  

Two-year term       X Four-year term
(4)  Marlene A. Stanley 

This office is on the May 2018 ballot.

Two-year term        X Four-year term
(5)  Barbara Whitney 

This office is on the May 2018 ballot.  

Two-year term        X Four-year term

Date of next regular election
May 8, 2018
Self-nomination forms to be a candidate for district board member may be obtained from 
Name:  Donald D. Vogt
Contact information:
103 Bear Creek Avenue
PO Box 840
Morrison, CO 80465
303-697-0700
303-697-0714 (Fax)
don@vogtlaw.net
Self-nomination forms to be a candidate for district board member should be returned to
Name:  Donald D. Vogt
Contact information:
103 Bear Creek Avenue
PO Box 840
Morrison, CO 80465
303-697-0700
303-697-0714 (Fax)
don@vogtlaw.net
Completed self-nomination forms must be received by the district by
March 2, 2018

District election results will be posted on these websites: 
Secretary of State www.sos.state.co.us 
District or other website: 
www.meadowbrookwaterdistrict.com
Applications to request permanent mail-in voter status  (Enter county or counties in which the district is wholly or partially located.)
may be obtained from: Jefferson County Clerk and Recorderoronline from Secretary of State: www.elections.colorado.gov 
and may be returned to: Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder  
Notice completed by:
Name: Bonnie Skells Title: Office Manager 
E-mail: office@meadowbrookwaterdistrict.com
Notice Dated: 1/15/18
Some information herein may be subject to change.



th:
File a copy of this Notice with:

 Clerk and Recorder of each county in which district is wholly or partially located;
 Division of Local Government; and
 District’s principal business office (make available for public inspection).


[1] Notice must be provided in one or more of the following manners:
a) Mail notice separately to each household where one or more eligible electors of the special district resides (Note: Districts
with overlapping boundaries may combine mailed notices, so long as the information regarding each district is separately
displayed and identified);
b) Include notice as a prominent part of a newsletter, annual report, billing insert, billing statement, letter, voter information
card or other notice of election, or other informational mailing sent by the district to the eligible electors;
c) Post notice on district’s official website (Note: You must also provide the Division of Local Government
(www.dola.state.co.us/dlg) with the address of your district’s website to establish a link on the DLG’s site (use DLG’s Local
Government Contact Information form);
d) Post notice on website of the Special District Association of Colorado (www.sdaco.org) (Note: Your district must be an SDA
member. Send notice to SDA by mail or electronic transmission); or
e) Post notice in at least three public places within the limits of the special district and post notice in the office of the Clerk and
Recorder of the county or counties in which the district is located. Notices must remain posted in these locations until May 4,
2010. (Note: This method for providing notice is only available for districts with less than 1,000 eligible electors that are
wholly located within a county with a population of less than 30,000.)