District was created in 1985 for the purpose of providing streets, safety
protection controls, park and recreation facilities, storm, flood and
drainage facilities and transportation facilities for the property owners
within the District. It encompasses approximately 1,080 acres in southern
Arapahoe County. The District boundaries are Arapahoe Road (N), Parker
Road (E), the Arapahoe/Douglas County line (S) and Jordan Road (W). These
boundaries are shown on the District Map page.
The District maintains the landscaped medians in Jordan Road from Arapahoe
Road to the Arapahoe/Douglas County line. The Dove Valley Metropolitan
District on the west side of Jordan Road reimburses PJMD for one half of
these costs since the west side is not within the PJMD boundaries. PJMD
also maintains the landscaped medians in Broncos Parkway from Jordan Road
to Parker Road at entirely the District’s cost. Keesen maintains
Keesen 2017 Landscape Maintenance Agreement
PJMD owns the 107 acre PJCOS jointly with the City of Centennial and PJMD
is the managing partner for maintenance. The City reimburses PJMD for one
half of the annual PJCOS maintenance costs.
Effective February 1, 2015, Arapahoe County Open Spaces is providing
maintenance for PJCOS. Please see the Projects
page for more information.
U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers Mitigation Letter 2017-02-10
The District’s environmental resources consultant ERO conducted the
required 2016 annual review of the District’s completed Cherry Creek
stream and open space mitigation completed in 2012. According to the Corps
of Engineer the individual Permit condition requiring wetland mitigation
has been met. Links to the information associated with this project and
its completion are listed below:
ERO Monitoring Report 2016
ERO Monitoring Report 2015
ERO Monitoring Report 2014
PJMD Maintenance Easements
Off Leash/Dog Waste - Due to continuing complaints in the winter of
2016-2017 regarding off leash dogs and the failure to pick up after dogs,
the following signs have been installed at PJCOS (Off
Leash - Dog Waste Ordinance). The City of Centennial Animal Control
office has been asked to increase their enforcement efforts.
The District has no full time employees. The Board of Directors entered
into an agreement with
CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP to provide day to day management of the District under
the direction of Mr. Bob Blodgett.
Partners and Service Providers
The District hires independent consultants through separate
agreements for the services listed below.