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Welcome to Dancing Willows Metropolitan District. The District is a Colorado Special District formed in 2008 to provide specific services to the Dancing Willows community as defined in the District Service Plan. The overall responsibility for running the District resides with a 5 member Board of Directors.

The mission of the Dancing Willows Board of Directors is to provide excellent stewardship of financial resources as well as cost effective management of district owned facilities and to provide direction and approval to the District’s consultant services as they may apply to the District.

This website contains information about the District, about District management, District operations, District finances, and contact information.

Contact Us
Mailing Address:
c/o CRS of Colorado
7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111
Phone: 303-381-4960
Fax: 303-381-4961
EMERGENCY: 303-381-4960
Marcos Pacheco
District Manager
Phone: 303-381-4960
mpacheco@crsofcolorado.com
Bulletin Board
NOTICE: Monday, November 7, 2022 at 6:30 PM: BOD Special/Work Session Meeting at the Dancing Willows Club House. The meeting notice and agenda will be provided closer to the meeting date.
NOTICE: Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 6:30 PM: BOD Regular Meeting at the Dancing Willows Club House. The meeting notice and agenda will be provided closer to the meeting date.
NOTICE: Pool Closing for Season: September 17 and 18 is the last weekend the pool is open. Pool Closes for the season on Monday, September 19, 2022.
Pool Vandalism: On the night of August 12, seven teens were seen around the pool area around 11PM. Four of these individuals entered the pool area and put three quarts of dish detergent into the hot tub.
Angela Kelly
The soap bubbled over and got within one foot of the pool, before a Board member was able to wash it back toward the gutter. The initial result was the hot tub being closed thru the weekend. At this point no long-term damage to the equipment has been identified. The individuals involved are apparently the same as those that egged parked cars. More photos are available on Nextdoor.com.
Street light damage: Almost every year a streetlight is knocked over. This costs the Metro District at least $1,000 to $5,000 each time. We could defer this cost to whomever knocked it over if they could be identified. If you spot a damaged streetlight, please report it to CRS (303-381-4960) and a Board member (their phone numbers are on this website) ASAP. Document anything relevant, like tire tracks in the snow..
Parking regulations: Parking, except in driveways, is regulated by the Metro District. Know the rules Parking Regulations.
NOTICE: BOD Regular meetings are held quarterly, starting in March, on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30PM. See attached Notice of 2022 Regular Meetings.