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TREE HAUS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING

WHEN:       Monday, July 8, 2024

TIME:         5:00 p.m.

Meet in Person:  1125 Lincoln Ave. suite 400, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487.
                          All meetings will held be in person, as done prior to COVID. 
                          Brian Heit is hosting the meeting, at the JSM Builders conference room.  
                        
AGENDA:


     WATER PLANT - Mary Andre, CDC, Pre-Filter purpose and design
                            Bruce Thompson, YVW, status of operation

     VISITOR COMMENTS

     CONTINUING BUSINESS  - New Build - Lot 75
                                        - PFAS Settlement

     REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE - Roadway crack seal
                                               South hairpin guardrail
                                                                                                                                                                     
     NEW BUSINESS  - Permit for Addition - Lester, Lara
                                                       
     TREASURER’S REPORT – Review of Financials
                                      - Approval of payables

     APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Wednesday, May 29th , 2024


     The meeting is open to the public.

                          This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the District.

                                    TREE HAUS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

                           ROUTT COUNTY, COLORADO




Mandatory Stage 2 Water Restrictions

Mandatory Stage 2 Water Restrictions

  • Potable water shall be used for beneficial purposes and should not be wasted.
  • No outdoor watering 10AM – 6PM.
  • Watering schedule based on the last number of customer street address. If multiple addresses are served by a single system, then landscapers should choose one or the other schedule.

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Even

Odd

Even

No Watering

Odd

Even

Odd

 

  • Vehicle washing at residences only with a bucket or spring-loaded hose nozzle. Residents are encouraged to use biodegradable detergent and to wash the vehicle on a permeable surface.
  • Avoid wasting potable water such as washing hard surfaces (eg. driveways, sidewalks, parking areas). Use a broom, powerbroom, powerblower, compressed air or vacuum. Residents and contractors may powerwash siding or wooden decks in preparation for painting or staining.
  • Any water feature that uses potable water must be a recycling system and must have an approved backflow prevention device on its make-up water supply. Running an outdoor water feature that sprays or splashes water into the air or has a surface area greater than 200 square feet is prohibited.
  • No use of domestic water for dust control.
  • Limit the filling of swimming pools to one filling per year, unless draining for repairs.
  • Permits may be secured for newly-sodded lawns and newly-planted trees for up to 14 consecutive days and for newly-seeded lawns for up to 25 consecutive days.

Tips for conserving water

  • Avoid watering in windy conditions.
  • Adjust sprinklers to avoid watering hard surfaces.
  • Set timers to avoid over-watering. Less water will induce grassroots to seek water deeper in the soil horizon which will strengthen your lawn.
  • Our clayey soils slow the penetration of water, so it is better to water for three short intervals than for one long interval.
  • When irrigating with a hose, use a spring-loaded nozzle, not a free-running hose.
  • Cut your lawn no shorter than 3 inches to reduce soil moisture loss and to promote deeper roots.
  • Avoid planting trees and shrubs or sodding new lawns during the drier, hotter months.
  • Plant native grasses and shrubs or drought-tolerant species in place of water-intensive species.

For more information on water saving tips and a list of drought-resistant plant species, please visit the City or District websites: http://steamboatsprings.net or www.mwwater.com.


 

 
! DRIVEWAY CULVERTS !

Please keep both ends of your driveway culvert clear of overgrown grasses and sediment.  Keeping water off and away from our roadways lengthens the life of our 3/4 million dollar investment.  Is your culvert clear? 

Keeping water away from our roadways prolongs their life
and reduces
maintenance costs that every resident pays for.

Thank you in advance