Welcome to Bell Mountain Ranch Metropolitan District

"Our mission is to provide high quality drinking water and services to the resident of Bell Mountain Ranch, efficiently operate and maintain the water utility system, meet all compliance requirements, and continue to evaluate sustainable and renewable water sources; while demonstrating fiscal responsibility and environmental stewardship."

About Us

The BMR Metropolitan District (Water District) is a Colorado
Special District. The Water District operates and maintains
the water system that produces potable water for the comm-
unity. The system includes ground water supply, treatment,
distribution and storage facilities. The system was engineered,
built, operated and managed by the original Bell Mountain
Ranch developer. Revenue for the enterprise fund is gener-
ated from monthly water service and usage fees, not from tax dollars. The governing body of the Water District is its volunteer Board of Directors (Bell Mountain owners) who are elected by the tax payers of Bell Mountain.

Wells: The District owns and operates two deep ground water wells, one in the Denver aquifer and one in the Arapahoe aquifer.

Treatment Plant: The water treatment plant is designed to remove impurities from the source ground water and has the capacity to treat 504 gallons per minute continuously. It utilizes ion exchange technology which also softens the water. The output of the treatment process flows to a 30,000 gallon clear well tank co-located with the treatment facility.

Distribution System: There are approximately 12 miles of 8-inch and 3 miles of 12-inch diameter water mains in the system. The distribution system is gravity fed and is divided into 3 pressure zones through the use of 7 pressure reducing valves that are installed in buried vaults throughout the system. The system feeds all fire hydrants on the ranch and can support fire code requirements of 1,500 gallons per minute for 2 hours.

Storage: There are two steel potable water storage tanks (210,000 and 90,000) providing a total storage capacity of 300,000 gallons.

Backup Power Generators: Power at the treatment plant and well sites are backed up by diesel generators. 

24-Hour Hotline for Water Emergencies: 720-287-0605

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Meetings

Date:   The first Tuesday of every month 
 
Time:  6:00 p.m.

Place:   Lowell Ranch, 2330 South I-25, Castle Rock, CO 80104

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October 4, 2022
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September 6, 2022
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Board of Directors

President:   Russell Grant                                                          Term:  May 2025
 
Vice President:   Calvin Bills                                                     Term:  May 2023

Secretary/Treasurer:   Frank Strand                                        Term:  May 2023

Assistant Secretary/Treasurer: Steve Vrabel                           Term:  May 2025

Assistant Secretary/Treasurer: Edward Ammon                    Term:  May 2023

 

Water Billing

You can now access your water bills online! For account portal questions, password recovery, and general assistance with logon, please call billing services at 303-265-7949.

Use the customer portal to: sign up for E-bills, view and re-print current and previous bills, view previous transactions, pay your monthly bill via credit card or EFT, or change your billing address. 

To access the customer portal, click here and click on the link for BMR Metropolitan District.

Options for billing: You can pay your monthly bill with BMR via the following options


  • s listed on your monthly billing statement Traditional check/mailing of payment to the address


  • Automatic withdrawal form checking or savings account. To enroll in this option, please call CLA Billing Services at 303-265-7949, option 1


  • Online payment via point and pay

 

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Online Portal's Bill Analysis Page:

This chart displays how much of each of the District's three service fees your property's monthly billings have generated over the past 12 months. The three fees that are billed each month are: Fixed Monthly Charge, Renewable Water Charge, and Water Usage.

 

Online Portal's View Consumption Page:

This page contains two separate charts. The first is a three year comparative look back on the monthly amount of water used at your property ("Cons'n") and the amount billed for the consumption ("Value"). The second chart is a three year comparative look back on the amount of water consumed at your property, broken out by different colors for each year. Note that the Y-axis reflects water consumption in 1,000 gallons.