In This Issue
Quick Links
Online Bill Payment
District Board of Directors
How to Reach Us
Billing Questions
After Hours Water & Sewer Emergencies
District Management
District Office
New Address to Mail Payments
Mail Payments to District Office
The District has discontinued using the First Bank Data Corp lockbox to receive payments.  Please mail your payment to Paint Brush Hills Metro District, 9830 Liberty Grove Drive, Falcon, CO 80831.  If you are using your financial institution's online payment processing, please make this change to where your financial institution mails the payment check. 
Paying Your Bill
You have several options to pay your PBHMD bill

By Mail
Paint Brush Hills Metro District
9830 Liberty Grove Drive
Falcon, CO 80831
Drop-Off Location
Paint Brush Hills Metro District Office Payment Drop Box
9830 Liberty Grove Drive
Falcon, CO
*Payments placed in the drop box after noon on the last business day of the month may incur a late charge. 
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
Online Payment
Payments my be made online by clicking here
*There are fees that apply to this payment method. 
September 2015
Welcome to the September 2015 issue of the Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District electronic newsletter. You now have the option of receiving the PBHMD Newsletter via email before receiving the printed version with your monthly bill.  This version of the Newsletter provides you with additional content not available in the printed Newsletter due to space limitations, useful links to, and upcoming community events.
Board of Directors Meetings
September 2015 Board of Directors Meetings
There will be a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 7:00 PM at the District Office.  The next Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors will be on Thursday, September 17, 2015 7:00 PM at the District Office, 9830 Liberty Grove Drive, Falcon.  All Board Meetings are open to the public and agendas are available on the District's website
Get Ready for Winter!
The American Red Cross has some suggestions to prevent your pipes from freezing
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 at

Every Winter, the District receives calls from residents whose neighbors' homes show signs of a water leak due to frozen pipes.  If a leak is confirmed by District staff and there is no one home, the water service to the property will be shut off at the curb stop.  This will result in a $25 charge to the property owner for the shut off and an additional $25 charge to restore water service.
Water Filtration Pilot Project
One of the budget priorities established by the B reusable-water-bottle.jpgoard of Directors is to have a central water filtration system that will improve the taste of the water delivered to District customers.  To this end, the Board, working together with the District Engineer, approved doing a granulated activated charcoal water filtration pilot program.  The program's objective is to test the effectiveness of using this type of water filtration system at a specific well.   The pilot program allows the District to take a "try it before we buy it" approach to implementing a centralized filtration system. 
The Signs of Change
Entryway Signs Changed to Paint Brush Hills
Do you live in Falcon Hills or Paint Brush Hills?  It depends on who you ask. 

New sign
The District signs along Meridian Road at the intersections of Stapleton Road and Londonderry Drive used to say you live in Falcon Hills.  El Paso County Land Development says you live in Paint Brush Hills.  The Pikes Peak Association of Realtors identifies the neighborhood as Paint Brush Hills.  The real property deeds in the District say you are living in Paint Brush Hills.   How confusing!  So, the Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District decided to make it unanimous and directed that the signs be changed to Paint Brush Hills.
Board Selects Plan for Office & Shop Facility
Construction Planned for Early 2016
The Board of Directors was recently approved the conceptual drawings for the construction of a combined District Office and shop facility at the corner of Towner & Londonderry.  The shop will have five large bays with sufficient workspace for the District's Operations Team and room to store District's equipment that is currently stored on various District properties.  The office space will include three offices, work room, and meeting room that can hold up to 40 people.  When completed, the new building will replace the house the District leases on Liberty Grove Drive as its District Office . The development of these facilities has been at the forefront of the District's Capital Projects Plan.
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The District Board, Staff & Management
Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District | |
Administrative Office
141 Union Boulevard, Suite 150, Lakewood, CO 80228
District Office
9830 Liberty Grove Drive, Falcon, CO 80831