The Eagle Bend Metropolitan District (the “District”) is a governmental entity governed by a five member Board of Directors.  The District is comprised of three residential communities including Heritage Eagle Bend, Ridgeview Eagle Bend and Creekside Eagle Bend.  The District boundaries are shown on the District Map.


The District cooperates with the City of Aurora, Arapahoe County and SEMSWA to provide major capital improvements to benefit the community District residents and property owners.  Information pertaining to specific district projects can be found on the Projects index page.

The District is a member of the Colorado Special District Association, which exists to preserve and enhance the legal and political environment for the existence and successful operation of the special district form of government, and to assist special districts to operate efficiently and effectively.

  At the January 18, 2018 Board meeting, the Eagle Bend Metropolitan District Board accepted the resignation of Director Dave Gruber, effective December 10, 2017, due to his election to the Aurora City Council. With Director Gruber’s resignation, there is a vacancy on the Metropolitan District Board. The Board will be accepting letters of interest and resumes for the Board opening until January 26th. At which time the Board will review all submittals and will appoint a new member to the Board at the February 15, 2018 Board Meeting.

The term for this seat will only be through May 2018 due to the May election. The 2018 election will be to elect three Board members for four year terms and one Board member for a two year term (this seat is open due to Director Gruber’s resignation).
Anyone interested in running for the Board would need to fill out and submit a self-nomination form (the link is below) and must be a registered voter in the state of Colorado, live within the state of Colorado and own property within the District.

Please direct any questions to District Management at 303-779-5710
       Director Appointment and Election Procedures  
       Self Nomination and Acceptance Form  
  Previous Election Information  

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Learn how to convert your lawn into a low-water garden at our upcoming “Xeriscape Start to Finish” class, hosted by the Heritage Eagle Bend Metro District #2. In this class, you’ll find out about turf removal, mulching and how to create healthy soil.

Xeriscape expert Zach Versluis will show you many of the tools you’ll need and talk you through a budget conversion. As water conservation specialist with Aurora Water, Zach has a degree in ornamental horticulture with an emphasis in landscape design.


CLASS: Xeriscape Start to Finish
DATE: Saturday, June 4, 2016
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
LOCATION: Demonstration Xeriscape Garden

  (Garden location: NW corner of Gartrell Rd. & Aurora Parkway, next to Parkway Grill & Compass Bank)

Class registration is required. Go to https://www.auroragov.org and click on “register for any of our classes online.” For your comfort, bring a lawn chair, water and a notepad. You won’t want to miss any of our water conservation tips for your garden!


The District is aware of certain discussions in the community regarding the proposed questions authorizing monies to be allocated from the general fund for the purpose of constructing certain water and traffic safety improvements. Please note that to the extent these questions do not pass, there will not be any refund of the monies to the property owners and residents of the District. On November 3, 1998, the District’s voters approved an election question which authorizes the District to collect, spend and retain revenues from taxes and fees imposed by the District without any regard to limitations under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution.

  2005 Series Bond Refinancing

At the February 18, 2016 meeting the Board discussed the 2005 Series Bond Refinancing. Below is the link to review the Draft Term Sheet and Finance Plan for review.

       EBMD Full Bond Term Packet  

Special Mail Ballot Election

The Special Mail Ballot Election was held on November 24, 2015 with the Board engaging Special District Management Services to serve as the Designated Election Office for the purposes of this special election. At the December 17 Board meeting, it was reported that 1131 ballots were submitted, 10 rejected, 4 spoiled and 259 returned as undeliverable. Of the votes cast, 668 were in favor of recalling Director Geiger whereas 463 were against. Edward Malone received the highest number of ballots of the 3 candidates who ran to replace Director Geiger with the recall being successful.

As of December 15th, the total cost for the Special Election reached $93,705.48. A detailed breakdown of the costs can be found in the PDF below.

     Eagle Bend Election Expenses

       EBMD#2 Questions and Answer 2015-10-30  
  Eagle Bend Metropolitan District #2 Why, Who, What, How???

On July 11, 2013, the EBMD#2 Board held a special meeting to conduct a presentation on the "why, who, what and how" regarding metropolitan districts in Colorado. The presentation outlines the purpose and many functions of the Eagle Bend Metro District #2. This presentation will give you an understanding of how the District operates. You should find it very informative!

     Eagle Bend Metropolitan District #2 Why, Who, What, How???

  Emergency Checklist  
       In Case of Emergency, Break Glass by Mary C Kelly PhD  

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