2016 Tank No. 2 Rehabilitation Project
Announcing Request for Proposals (RFP’s) to perform water storage tank rehabilitation services. Scope includes rehabilitation of an existing three (3) million gallon welded steel, above ground Tank No. 2. Bidding documents available on https://www.questcdn.com/ starting August 17th, 2016.
2015 Water Conservation Plan
We appreciate your efforts toward our shared goal of water conservation, and are requesting your feedback.
We will be accepting your comments and questions through June 3, 2015.
Please click here for more information.
Stage 1 – Current Stage!
Irrigation Season: April 1 – October 30
Stage 1 – Three Days Per Week
Odd Addresses: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Even Addresses: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
Time Allowed: Maximum of three hours per day
Watering Times: Before 10 am; After 6 pm
Commercial/Non-Residential: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Cherokee Ridge Golf Course
– Open to the public, our 9-hole Cherokee Ridge Golf Course is your ticket to a wonderful & relaxing time.
– With an amazing view of Pikes Peak, this quiet course is a great place to practice, learn, & play your best round of golf.
– After any round, join your friends and family in our full service Grill on the Green Restaurant and Clubhouse
Competitive and Affordable
Cherokee Monthly Water Rates Are Competitive and Affordable Compared To Other Service Providers In Pikes Peak Region
Board Meeting Reminder
The Regular Meetings of the Board of Directors of the Cherokee Metropolitan District are held at 6250 Palmer Park Blvd, El PasoCounty, Colorado on the second Tuesday of each month. Click here for our meeting calendar. The staff & consultant reports and action item portions of the agenda start at 5:30 pm. Board Agendas and Meeting Minutes
2015 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report
Public Water Supply ID # CO0121125
The Colorado Dept of Public Health & Environment has provided us with a Source Water Assessment Report for our water supply. Obtain a copy of the report by clicking here or by contacting Superintendent, Arthur Sintas, at (719) 597-5080. Click For The 2015 Report In Its Entirety
Total Dissolved Solids Standards Meeting Notice Regulation No. 42
Stakeholder meetings have been scheduled to discuss proposed changes to Regulation No. 42 prior to the Water Quality Control Commission’s (WQCC) rulemaking hearing on August 8, 2016. Click Here For more information
Official Board Election Results
Cherokee Metropolitan District thanks you for voting!
Please review the image for the official results of the 2016 Director Election.
Going Green at Cherokee. You can now pay and view your account online anytime you have access to the Internet.
Click the image above for more information regarding Parks and Open Space within Cherokee Metro District.
As a potential customer of the district, we value and appreciate your interest in all that we have to offer. Click above for more information.
Mission: Our mission is to exceed our customer’s needs by providing safe and uninterrupted water and sewer services, high quality water supply, well maintained parks and well lit streets. We are committed to continually strive to attain the highest quality services at the lowest reasonable costs; and to prepare for the anticipated needs and requirements of current and future customers by allocating the technical, financial, operational and managerial resources necessary to ensure that our service goals and expectations are met.