Workshop for Maintenance Fee Area snow removal
Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 6:30pm, the District will hold an informational worskhop on how your vote will determine if your maintenance fee area will have standard snow removal service or enhanced service. We will discuss the process for voting for the level of service that will be applied to your area.
As previously noted, this will be a virtual workshop and will include a short presentation followed by question and answer, so it is recommended you access the link to view the material at the workshop. The workshop my be accessed at the following link - https://zoom.us/j/96930171505
Please note that a quorum of Board Members may be present. This is an informational workshop and no Board action will be taken. Note the next regular Board meeting will be July 22.
Fossil Ridge Metropolitan District (FRMD) 1 - 3
NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC/DIGITAL WORK SESSION
FOSSIL RIDGE METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS NOS. 1-3
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Boards of Directors of the FOSSIL RIDGE METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS NOS. 1-3, of the County of Jefferson, City of Lakewood, State of Colorado, will hold a telephonic/digital work session beginning at 6:30 p.m., on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, for the purpose of conducting a snow removal workshop. No action will be taken by the Boards at this meeting.
This meeting is open to the public.
VISUAL and/or AUDIO MEETING ONLY
Join Zoom Meeting from your computer by clicking below: https://zoom.us/j/96930171505
If you are unable to join from your computer, please call the number below and enter the meeting ID when prompted.
+1 669 900 9128 US
Meeting ID: 969 3017 1505
FOR THOSE CALLING IN, PLEASE MUTE YOUR PHONES
BY ORDER OF THE BOARDS OF DIRECTORS:
FOSSIL RIDGE METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS NOS. 1-3
By: /s/ COMMUNITY RESOURCE SERVICES OF COLORADO
Pool Opening Delayed
Unfortunately, due to the current restrictions, we are unable to open the pool as scheduled on May 23rd. It is still uncertain when this opening will occur. When we are able to open the pool for guests, appropriate rules and restrictions will be necessary to maintain a safe environment for pool users and our Solterra community. Those guidelines will be provided via Solterra-Connect and notices at the Retreat.
Thank you, The Retreat Staff
Condition of Our Community Pine Trees
As you have undoubtedly noticed, a number of our pines trees appear to be dried out, discolored or diseased. This is the result of drastic temperature fluctuations experienced last fall and doesn’t necessarily mean that all these trees are dying or will need to be replaced. Our landscaping contractor, Schultz Industries, is taking recommended measures to revitalize these trees, as detailed in the attached information, and only time will tell how many we can save.
For more information CLICK HERE
Tennis Court Now Open For Resident Use 5/13/2020
In accordance with the State’s Safer-at-Home guidance, the community tennis court has been reopened. However, social distancing rules of 6 feet between players remains in effect, and no more than 4 people should be in the court at one time.
Update on Solterra’s Community Facilities
Retreat at Solterra
The Retreat at Solterra will open with dates and rules subject to change, following local jurisdictions and guidelines.
The Retreat will begin staffing on Monday, May 11th. To better ensure the safety of the staff at the Retreat and the community during the Safer-at-Home phase, the Retreat will remain closed to the public and open by appointment only. The procedure for setting up an appointment with a staff member during working hours will be posted on the front door of the Retreat. Masks will be required by the staff and those entering the Retreat for an appointment. Hand sanitizer will be provided, and its use strongly recommended. To set an appointment or communicate with a staff member about events or general questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-980-5450. All social events and rentals will continue to be prohibited.
Parks, tennis court, and swimming pool in Solterra
Lakewood, Jeffco, and the State will begin following a Safer-at-Home Public Health Order on May 9, 2020. While certain activities will be opened, gyms, playgrounds, swimming pools and the Solterra tennis courts will remain closed. Solterra will continue to follow this policy
Jefferson County Colorado Public Health FAQ's
Safer-at-Home & Businesses Frequently Asked Questions May 5, 2020 Beginning May 9, 2020, Jefferson County will follow the state’s Safer-at-Home order. Under this order, businesses must review the industry specific guidance for their business and implement all requirements prior to opening. Please visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)’s Safer-at-Home webpage for industry specific guidance and best practices for all businesses. You can also visit JCPH’s resource hub at www.jeffco.us/safer-at-home.
GENERAL QUESTIONS What is still closed?
• Restaurants, food courts, cafes, coffeehouses and other similar places of public accommodation offering food or beverage for on-premises consumption. Delivery, take-out and drive-up service is available.
• Bars, taverns, brew pubs, breweries, microbreweries, distillery pubs, wineries, tasting rooms, special licensees, clubs and other places of public accommodation offering alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption.
• Cigar bars for onsite consumption.
• Gymnasiums, yoga and fitness studios; bowling alleys.
• Movie and performance theaters, opera houses, concert halls, music halls and museums.
• Horse tracks and simulcast facilities, also known as off-track betting facilities.
• Indoor gun ranges.
• Swimming pools.