In This Issue
Quick Links
Online Bill Payment
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
November Meeting Date Change
The Board of Directors have scheduled a Special Meeting on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the District's Administration & Maintenance Building.  The November 16, 2017 Regular Meeting was canceled.
How to Reach Us
Billing Questions  
719-495-8188 Option 1
After Hours Water & Sewer Emergencies
719-495-8188 Option 9
District Office
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
An Automatic Payment Plan (monthly electronic bank draft for your bill amount) is also available.  Please complete the Automatic Payment (ACH) form and  email it to
By Mail
Paint Brush Hills Metro District
9985 Towner Avenue
Falcon, CO 80831
Online Customer Account Portal
The PBHMD Customer Account Portal is available when you need it, where you need it.  With this new online account access, you can now:
  • Check your account balance
  • Print your bill
  • Make a payment
  • View your payment history
  • Check your billing history
  • Make a Customer Support request
  • Set up Automatic Payments from your bank account or credit card
  • Change your billing preferences to receive your bill by mail, email, or both
  • Update your contact phone and/or email address 
The PBHMD Customer Account Portal is available when you need it, where you need it.   Register nowLearn more.
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.
October 2017
The Board of Directors and staff of the Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District hope you enjoy this edition of the  Newsletter.
October 19, 2017 Regular Meeting
The next Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors will be on Thursday, October 19, 2017 7:00 PM at the District's Administration & Maintenance Building, 9985 Towner Avenue, Falcon.  All meetings are open to the public.
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.
South Manchester Park Gazebo
Ribbon Cutting & Dedication
The construction of the gazebo in South Manchester Park is now complete.  The Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District Board of Directors will conduct the ribbon cutting and dedication of the gazebo on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 10:00 AM.  The public is invited to attend.
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.  Your bank mails a check to the District.  Online bill payment services are not electronic funds transfers.
New Director Appointed
George Cerbasi was appointed to the Board of Directors during the the August 17, 2017 Regular Meeting of the Board.  Director Cerbasi has lived in the District since July 2016.  He is a life member of the Norwood (New Jersey) Fire Company No. 1., where he served for as a volunteer firefighter for 28 years.  Director Cerbasi served through all officer ranks, ultimately attaining the rank of Fire Chief.  As Fire Chief, he lead his team of firefighters' response to the World Trade Center following the 9/11 attacks.  Mr. Cerbasi and his wife, Marie, have been married for 30 years.
2016 Audit
Available on District's Website
The 2016 Audited Financial Statements were accepted by the Board of Directors at its August 17, 2017 Regular Meeting.  The Audit, prepared by independent auditing firm Osborne, Parsons & Rosacker, may be viewed by going to the District's website.
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.
Real Estate Development  & Construction Update
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Contractors for the Eagle Development Company have almost completed the water and waste water infrastructure construction.  Street, curbs, and storm water infrastructure construction has started.
A total of 253 residential lots will be developed within the three filings.  At present, home builders will include Aspen View Homes, Campbell Homes, and Richmond American Homes.
The District will benefit from additional open space that is being donated by Eagle Development.  Eagle Development will also be paying for the rehabilitation of two existing wells that have been non-operational for at least ten years.  They will also construct an additional well. In addition to the wells, Eagle will cover the cost of constructing the new pump houses required for these wells.
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Construction of the Bennett Ranch Elemen tary School north of the Falcon Middle School is underway.  The planned opening is August 2018.
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.
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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.
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9985 Towner Avenue, Falcon, CO 80831