Water & Sewer Association General Information

Glacier View Meadows is co-owned by the Glacier View Meadows property owners. The Covenants and Rules are managed by 5 volunteer Water and Sewer Association Board members and 5 volunteer Road and Recreation Association Board members, and a paid staff, and all the property owners.
...Don Weixelman and his partners needed to obtain sufficient water to serve the about 6,000 acres, from which over a 1,000 lots in twelve filings were made - Glacier View Meadows -
..."An application was filed with the Colorado Water Court in the summer of 1973, and in the fall of 1975 the Court granted a water decree of seventy-five shares of water (underground) from the Cache la Poudre River in the Elkhorn and Gordon Creek drainages"...   from page 178, Among These Hills A History of Livermore, Colorado, By The Livermore Woman's Club

Did you know that the Poudre River remains as one of only a few free flowing rivers remaining?

Water & Sewer Articles of Incorporation - 3/18/1975, amended 7/88.
This document formally and legally establishes the Water & Sewer Association as a non-profit corporation with specific rights and responsibilities.

Glacier View Meadows Water and Sewer Association Master Declaration - 2/25/1976
The general purpose of this document is to define the Water and Sewer management obligations, establish the properties which are subject to the covenants, and implement and provide for the enforcement of the Water Court Decree, known as the Glacier View Meadows Water Augmentation plan. Many other legal rights, responsibilities, and provisions are also defined here.

Glacier View Water Augmentation
This water augmentation page contains links to important documents.

By-Laws of Glacier View Meadows Water & Sewer Association
(This document defines how the Water & Sewer Association will operate. Topics include definitions, management structure and duties, membership rights, fees/penalties/assessments, meetings, By-Law amendments, and committees.)

    New By-Laws - 2015
    Revised 6/20/2015

Water & Sewer Policies, Procedures, and Forms
These documents define a number of general Association rules covering By-Laws, Regulations, and how the Water and Sever Association should operate. Topics include definitions, management structure and duties, membership rights, fees/penalties/assessments, meetings, By-Law amendments, and committees.

Water & Sewer Financial Information
Links to various Water and Sewer budgets, billing policy, dues structure, insurance, etc.

Water Drinking Quality Notification(s)
Important Legal Notification(s) to all W&S Members.

Water & Sewer Meeting Minutes

   Water Augmentation

There are communities similiar in Colorado and these others are commonly referred to as Covenant Controlled Subdivisions, Common Interest Ownerships, and/or Homeowners’ Associations (HOA). The portion of the Colorado Revised Statutes that applies to the government and operation of common interest communities like Glacier View Meadows is called the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act or CCIOA.
Additional links are provided below for information concerning covenants and associations in Colorado and other states. Feel free to use these links or to do your own research.

Colorado Homeowners Association Law


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