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32-1-804.1; 32-1-804.3, 1-1-104(34), 32-1-905(2), C.R.S.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and, particularly, to the electors of DILLON VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT of Summit County, State of Colorado.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will be held on the 2nd day of May, 2023, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. At that time, 2 directors will be elected to serve 4-year terms. Eligible electors of the DILLON VALLEY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT interested in serving on the board of directors may obtain a Self-Nomination and Acceptance form from the District Designated Election Official (DEO):
Thomas C. Oberheide
0058 Grey Fox Lane
PO Box 3428
Dillon, CO 80435
If the DEO determines that a Self-Nomination and Acceptance form is not sufficient, the eligible elector who submitted the form may amend the form once, at any time, prior to 12:00 p.m. on Friday, February 24th, 2023. The deadline to submit a Self-Nomination and Acceptance is 12:00 p.m. on Friday, February 24th, 2023 (not less than 67 days before the election). Earlier submittal is encouraged as the deadline will not permit curing an insufficient form. Affidavit of Intent To Be A Write-In-Candidate forms must be submitted to the office of the designated election official by the close of business on Monday, February 27th, 2023 (the sixty-fourth day before the election).
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, an application for a mail-in/absentee ballot shall be filed with the designated election official no later than the close of business on Tuesday, April 25th, 2023.
Thomas C. Oberheide,
Designated Election Official Signature
Billing & General Questions
Dillon Valley District
PO Box 3428
Dillon, CO 80435-3428
For water system emergencies such as water leaks or water supply issues, or for sewer system issues, please call Water Solutions Inc.
Please help out the our water systems
by abiding to some general rules.
Please do not flush paper towels or flushable baby wipes down the sewer system as they do not break down and can create a serious problem with backups. Please just throw these in the garbage.
The Egyptians were the first people to record methods for treating water. These records date back more than 1,500 years to 400 A.D. They indicate that the most common ways of cleaning water were by boiling it over a fire, heating it in the sun, or by dipping a heated piece of iron into it.