The District is governed by a five-member elected board of directors. Board members must be residents of or own property within the District. Board members serve staggered four year terms, with elections held in even years.
The Board is responsible for formulating policy, reviewing and approving the budget, setting rates, and long-range planning to ensure safe, continuous service to the District’s residents and businesses. The Board holds public meetings at least once a month at the District’s office at 900 S. Wadsworth.
Sean M. Wells
- Board member since: 2020
- Term expires: 2023
Sean Wells, J.D. is a Colorado trial attorney with 12+ years of litigation experience. Sean received his J.D. with a concentration on environmental and natural resource matters. Sean obtained his B.S. in Business Management from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. During law school, he was involved in various legal matters relating to water resources, including hydroelectric dam licensing and section 404 permitting under the Clean Water Act. Sean’s recent work experience includes representing special districts, non profit corporations and homeowners with construction disputes and professional malpractice claims. Sean’s practice includes complex geotechnical and structural design claims relating to expansive soils and related damages. Sean and his wife have been district residents since 2011. In his free time, you can often find Sean working in his garden, building a construction project or tending to his flock of egg laying hens.
Monica Norval P.E., P.M.P.
— PresidentMonica Norval has a BS in Civil Engineering from Montana State University. She is certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado. She retired with over 35 years’ experience in the design and construction of water storage, delivery and treatment systems, as well as other civil, structural and architectural projects. She has lived in the district since 2007.