12/21/2020: Update on use of open space behind Buckhorn Valley
The land owner of the nearby open areas adjacent to Buckhorn Valley, BV Firewheel, is restricting use to those who have signed a release and waiver to safely use their private land and trails.
Activities that are allowed include hiking, mountain biking and horse riding (with signed waiver/release).
Activities that are not allowed include hunting, shooting, motorized vehicles and motorized bicycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, motorized bicycles, and dirt bikes.
Private areas are marked in red on the map linked below.
Board Vacancy: Directors Seats Presently Unfilled
The Buckhorn Valley Metro Districts are seeking qualified residents to serve on the Boards of Directors. The Boards anticipate considering appointments to the vacancies in the first quarter of 2021.
The Boards meet as needed, but at least once per year, to discuss and take action on its annual budget, audit/audit exemption and other annual statutory compliance items. Attendance at Board meetings is required. If you are interested in serving the community as a Director, please click the Read More link below for more information on the application submittal process. Thank you for your interest in the Districts and your community!
Welcome to the
Buckhorn Valley Metropolitan District Nos. 1 & 2 Website
Who We Are
Buckhorn Valley Metropolitan District No. 1 and Buckhorn Valley Metropolitan District No. 2 (collectively "The Districts"), are metropolitan districts formed pursuant to Article 1, Title 32 of C.R.S. and are political subdivisions of the state of Colorado.
The Districts operate and maintain the infrastructure necessary to deliver water for the community’s common front yard
irrigation system serving each privately owned lot. Each year, the Districts take the steps necessary to ensure that the water rights owned by the Districts are exercised and remain uncompromised for the continued benefit of the community. The Districts collect revenues through property taxes and fees. Monthly fees for irrigation (non-potable) water may be paid
online, through automatic payment, or via US Mail.
For billing information or to pay your bill, please visit the Fees and Payments page on this website.
For general information about the Districts, please visit the General Information page.
Additional district overview information may viewed in this online document