The purpose of the Cotton Ranch Metropolitan District is to supply raw water to all of Cotton Ranch for irrigation. The Metro District maintains the main lines, pumps, irrigation ditches and other items necessary for the proper function of the irrigation system. It also controls access to the main lines by new homeowners looking to tap in for their personal irrigation system,
Our Metro raw water systems update.
Upper pump house: operational and has been tested already this season. The filtration system we added last season gave us good results.
Lower pump house: we added a new filtration system last month, which should help us with sediment coming from Gypsum Creek clogging our residential sprinkler heads and meters.
Ditches and head-gates: we are still getting Chatfield Bartholomew ditch (this ditch fills Red Fox ponds and flows into our west bar ditch) ready to take water and are clearing and sealing the ditch. We completed the intake upgrade behind Timberwolf where the liner needed to be replaced.
Grundell Brothers and AF Grundell ditch is completed, cleared and sealed. We are taking water through this ditch now which flows through the 3 and 4 holes to our west bar ditch and into pond 1 by our lower pump-house.
It is possible that service could be interrupted because Comcast is installing a new fiber optic cable throughout Cotton Ranch and Sky Legend. If they hit our mainline piping we will repair ASAP.
Please make sure your meters are cleaned out and can be read by our meter reader.
That’s all for now.
Cotton Ranch Metro District
Calendar of Events
Provides architectural control for the community of Cotton Ranch and is responsible for reviewing and approving all new construction, renovations, and exterior improvements.
Master HOA for the valley floor and upper bench providing common area maintenance to the community.
A quasi-municipal corporation that finances the infrastructure of the Cotton Ranch Development, primarily irrigation.
Sitting on the upper bench of Cotton Ranch, Sky Legend HOA is responsible for the maintenance of limited common elements. It also is responsible for some infrastructure not owned by the town of Gypsum.