Last night was another interesting Colorado night, snow in late May. If you've lived in Colorado long you will know this kind of thing happens, not predictably, but often enough. The Metro District could use your help, if you see a downed tree or other damage to our parks or common green areas, please contact Laurie Tatlock (email@example.com) to report it. Email her a photo and a cross street and we will get if fixed as soon as possible.
On June 1st, Belle Creek will have a community wide clean up day. We are looking for volunteers to clean litter around our community and we will have rollaway dumpsters to collect this garbage. Belle Creek residents will also be able to discard waste into these dumpsters. No matresses, electronics, chemicals, or anything else that can not go into a landfill.
Belle Creek residents value our neighborhood. We care about the happiness of our neighbors, the stability of the community, and the value of our homes. These values are the purpose for the Covenant Enforcement Committee.
Belle Creek is one of many newer neighborhoods that has a Metropolitan District (also known as a Metro District), instead of a Homeowners Association. The most notable difference, for homeowners, is that payments for common area maintenance, covenant enforcement, and the family center are made as a part of your annual property tax payment.
The Belle Creek Metro District has one five-person board (MDB), which manages the Metro District and empowers the Covenant Enforcement Committee (CEC). The MDB is responsible for the annual Belle Creek budget and generally fulfilling the requirements of a Metropolitan District, and is home owner controlled with all board members being residents of Belle Creek. In contrast, the CEC is a group of volunteer Belle Creek homeowners whose sole purpose is to work with the Covenant Enforcement Manager (Wolfersberger LLC) and the District Manager (Mulhern MRE) to ensure fair and consistent covenants are in place and people are held to the appropriate standards. The CEC does this by assessing community concerns, handling violation disputes, and approving/rejecting architectural review requests. All of the decisions of the CEC are upheld by the powers given to the MDB by the Master Declaration of Covenants and by-laws.