About Us / Board of Directors
The District was formed in 1985 as a "quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado" by District Court decree pursuant to the laws of the State. Triview operates like a town. The district has responsibility to build, operate and maintain the specified Public Systems and generate revenues by levying fees and charges, collecting taxes and issuing bonds. Triview is governed by a five member Board of Directors elected from property owners within the District. Triview sets standards and design criteria for construction of public facilities within the District. Triview sets standards and design criteria for construction of public facilities within the district and conducts its own inspections.
The District was established to provide the following services within its jurisdictional boundaries:
- Public Water
- Public Drainage
- Public Sewer
- Public Parks and Recreation
- Public Reuse Water
- Public Mosquito Control
- Public Streets
- Public Safety Protection (Traffic Control Devices)
The District presently owns, operates and maintains: 8 water wells; a large 1.5 million-gallon concrete water tank; water lines; a water treatment plant; sewer lines; part ownership of a wastewater treatment plant; reuse water lines; irrigation systems; streets; curbs; gutters; sidewalks; fences; street signs; street lights; landscape buffers; vest pocket parks; drainage channels; detention ponds; field equipment and office furniture and equipment.