In This Issue
Quick Links
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District Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Kim Griffin
Email Director Griffin
Calvin Pollard
Vice President
Email Director Pollard
John Bruszenski
Email Director Bruszenski
Chris Olney

George Cerbasi, Jr.
Assistant Secretary
Upcoming Events
January 11, 2018 7:00 PM - Special Board Meeting
January 18, 2018 7:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting
February 15, 2018 7:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting
March 15, 2018 7:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting
April 19, 2018 7:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting
May 8, 2018 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Board of Directors Election
How to Reach Us
Billing Questions
719-495-8188 Option 1
After Hours Water & Sewer Emer-gencies
719-495-8188 Option 9

District Office
Know what should go down the drain that is sewer safe!
Know the three P's of What2Flush
The toilet is only meant to flush the three P's-pee, poop and (toilet) paper. Human waste and toilet paper should be the only thing going down the toilet. Unfortunately, over the years, people have turned the toilet into a trash can. From medications and sanitary products to deceased pet fish and cigarette butts, if it fits, people flush it.
(c) 2013 Orange County Sanitation District

Flushing these types of items down the toilet causes home pipes to clog, wastes water (up to 5 gallons of water every time you flush) and most importantly can have a huge impact on our sewers and not to mention our waterways.

Below is a list of items that people commonly flush that should not be going down the toilet. Sanitary Products, Paper Towels, Diapers, Baby Wipes and Facial Tissues-are made of materials that don't break down and can cause all pipes to clog. The trash is the place for these items.
Go to the What2Flush website for more information on what shouldn't go down your drain.
January 2018
The Board of Directors and staff of the Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District hope you enjoy this edition of the  Newsletter.
January 2018 Board of Directors Meetings
The Board of Directors will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday, people_board_meeting.jpg January 11, 2018, and it will hold its Regular Meeting on Thursday, January 18, 2018.  Both meetings will start at 7:00 PM and will be held in the District's Administration & Maintenance Building, 9985 Towner Avenue, Falcon.  All meetings are open to the public.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
The District's offices will be closed on Monday, January 15, 2018 in observance the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.  Water and/or sewer emergencies may be reported by calling 719-795-8188 and selecting option 9.
Board to Consider Commercial Irrigation Rates
At the request of Falcon School District 49, the Board of Directors will consider setting commercial irrigation water rates for the Falcon Middle School and the Bennett Ranch Elementary School.  This will require the installation of separate irrigation only meters at each of these sites at no cost to the District.  This is a common practice among other metropolitan districts and municipalities.  Continue reading . . .
Change Address on Your Online Bill Pay 
Please remember to change the District's mailing address to 9985 Towner Ave., Falcon, CO 80831 when paying your bill using your bank's online bill payment service.  Since the District's forwarding with the postal service has expired, payments addressed to the District's previous address may be returned to the sender.
New District Website
The District will be launching its new website platform later this month.  Aside from its more attractive appearance, the new website will feature easier customer navigation and a more user-friendly experience.  The frequently accessed features, including Agendas & Minutes, Financial Information, and Online Bill Pay, will be directly accessible from every page of the website. Continue reading . . .
Real Estate Development  & Construction Update
Filings 13B, 13C & 13D
Home builders are selling lots among the 253 home sites in Paint Brush Hills Filings 13B, 13C & 13D.  The builders include Aspen View Homes, Campbell Homes, and Richmond American Homes.  Aspen View and Richmond American have both indicated that         they will begin constructing their respective model homes soon.  Richmond American recently placed a sales center trailer on one of their lots.

Bennett Ranch Elementary School
Construction continues according to schedule on the Bennett Ranch Elementary School with its planned opening in the Fall of 2018.  New left-turn lanes have been added to westbound Londonderry Drive and Towner Avenue, and to the entrance of the Falcon Middle School in preparation for increased traffic into the schools.
Meeting Notices & Agenda Posting Locations
With the move to the District's Administration & Maintenance Building, the District has changed the locations where Meeting Notices are posted.  The new posting locations are:
  • District Administration & Maintenance Building, 9985 Towner Ave., Falcon
  • North Manchester Park, Northeast Corner of Litchfield St. & Londonderry Dr.
  • Drayton Green Park, Northwest Corner of Carrington Dr. & Rockingham Dr.
Meeting Notices are posted at least 72 hour before a Board Meeting.
Get Ready for Winter!
Winter, along with its freezing temperatures, will be here before we know it.  There are some steps you can take to prevent the pipes in your home from freezing.  Check out the American Red Cross website on Preventing Frozen Pipes Preventing and Thawing Frozen Pipes.
Paying Your Bill
You have several options to pay your PBHMD bill

Payments may be made online by clicking here
* There are fees that apply to this payment method. 
Drop-Off Location
Paint Brush Hills Metro District Office Payment Drop Box
9985 Towner Avenue
Falcon, Colorado
Monthly Auto-Pay
An Automatic Payment Plan (monthly electronic bank draft or credit card payment for your monthly bill amount) is also available.  Please go to the Customer Account Portal to set up this payment option. 
By Mail
Paint Brush Hills Metro District
9985 Towner Avenue
Falcon, CO 80831
Checking for Water Leaks
To check for leaks in your home, you first need to determine whether you're wasting water. Then identify the source of the leak.  Read more.
How to Read Your Meter
If your water bill suddenly increases, but you haven't changed the way you use water, chances are you've sprung a leak. If you can not identify visible leaks, read your water meterRead more.
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The Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District
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9985 Towner Avenue, Falcon, CO 80831