Upcoming Board Meetings
Tuesday, October 3rd at 6pm; Special Meeting
Wednesday, October 18th at 6pm; Regular Meeting
Agendas and packets will be posted here once finalized.
Community Vandalism and Graffiti Problem
In recent months we have seen an increase in vandalism and graffiti in our community. This includes damage to fields and common areas from vehicles, graffiti in the skate park and other areas, and port-o-lets being tipped over. Graffiti has a significant negative impact on the community. Vandalism increases the community’s perception of crime, reduces community pride and displaces funds which could be spent elsewhere.
Since 2022 the Metro District has spent more than $13,000 removing graffiti and repairing or replacing damaged property in our community. This does not include the recent graffiti at the skate park area or damage at the Community Park bathroom structure. For reference, the $13,000 represents money that could have been spent elsewhere to improve district facilities.
Your Metro District is asking for your help.
If you see vandalism happening, call 911 to report it.
- The police need to know when vandalism is happening so they can increase patrols in impacted areas and catch those responsible.
If you see vandalism after it has happened call our Business Manager at 303-987-0835.
- Reporting allows us to quickly address vandalism and remove graffiti
- Rapid removal is a “best practice” in reducing graffiti and can take away the thrill that vandals get in seeing their vandalism on display.
Metro District property is community property. The parks, playgrounds, ballfields, and open space are for our enjoyment. Help us protect our shared property. We are committed to reducing the occurrence of this destruction as well as increasing the likelihood of detection and apprehension. The Metro District will work with law enforcement to identify those committing these offenses.
If you SEE something, SAY something. Your awareness is very important in the preservation of our parks and community.
Required Notice Pursuant to House Bill 23-1105
Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force
House Bill 23-1105 created the HOA and Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Forces to examine certain matters in communities that are governed by these entities. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force will review, among other matters, tax levying authority and practices, foreclosure practices, communications with homeowners and governance policies. A requirement of the new law is that we notify you of the creation and existence of the Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force prior to its first meeting. If you have any questions about the Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force, please reach out to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies or visit their website at https://dora.colorado.gov.
Traffic Concerns and Complaints
The District has had several concerns from residents about traffic within the District, including people exceeding the posted speed limits. The Board met with the Douglas County Sheriff's Department in January to discuss this issue. The Sheriff’s office recommended residents take the below steps:
If you see a bad driver or have a concern or complaint about drivers, call our Traffic Safety Hotline at 303-660-7539.
Please leave the following information on the Hotline:
Detailed description of the traffic problem.
Exact the location where the traffic problem occurred.
Include information about the time of day and date of the problem.
Leave your name and contact information.
Your information helps the traffic division deal with bad drivers in a timely manner. It also allows them to collect and analyze statistics so deputies can target areas with the most complaints.
For more information about Traffic Concerns and Complaints, please visit:
Roxborough Village Metropolitan District Residents
Receive Resident Rates with the Foothills Park & Recreation District for 2023
The RVMD has an agreement with the Foothills Park & Recreation District for Roxborough Village Metropolitan District residents to receive Foothills resident rates on all Foothills admission fees, passes and classes. To receive reduced rates for Facility Use – a Foothills I.D. card is required.
RVMD residents will need to get a Foothills I.D. card.
You are required to show your Foothills I.D. card at each visit to receive reduced admission.
A Recreation I.D. Card may be obtained at Lilley Gulch Recreation Center, Ridge Recreation Center or Peak Community & Wellness Center.
A Golf I.D. Card may be obtained at Meadows Golf Club or Foothills Golf Course.
There is no charge for I.D. cards. Foothills I.D. cards are for the convenience of our patrons. The I.D. card will verify your reduced rates. Youth, age 9 and older must present a Foothills I.D. card to receive reduced rates.
If you have a current Foothills I.D. card, please alert staff that you are a RVMD resident to receive Foothills resident rates.
To receive reduced rates for Classes – create an account in our registration system.
Please visit the Foothills Park & Recreation District for more information.
The Community Park and Airplane Park playgrounds are closed until further notice. Upon inspection, it was determined that Community Park and Airplane Park playgrounds are no longer safe for use.
Airplane Park- The Board has been looking at options and have narrowed the choices to two options. They invited homeowners to respond with the deadline being July 19th.
Moving Forward- The Board currently actively reviewing options with the District's engineer.
Wildfire Mitigation Strategies
The RVMD Board encourages everyone to review the community wildfire plan as well as sign up for the CodeRED Emergency Mass Notification system. Sign up for CodeRED.
Having a plan in place can allow for a faster and safer evacuation in case of an emergency. Below are links to West Metro Fire, Douglas County Sheriff, and FEMA. This information is vital, not only during an urban interface fire, but other disasters as well.
Stay safe and healthy."