Some of you may have seen a report on the local CBS station regarding PFAS contamination identified in a recent study of 400 Colorado communities’ drinking water. FHMD/Riva Chase was cited in the story as one example of a Colorado community with levels that are somewhat higher than others.
The FHMD Board has decided to leave Water and Sewer base and usage rates unchanged for 2021. For your reference and additional information on current fees can be found on our website.
It has been noted that many people are walking or skating on ponds in our community, especially the pond at the park. The iced over ponds in our District may look safe to walk or skate on, but with the warmer than usual weather this winter, the ice is very thin and unstable. Stay safe and stay off the ice.
The Forest Hills Metropolitan District Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of our new District Manager, Ronda Zivalich, who returns to the District in a new leadership role, reporting directly to the Board. She will be responsible for all day-to-day management of the District.