Daniels Sanitation District Transparency Notice


Pursuant to section 32-1-809, Colorado Revised Statutes

This information must be provided (1) to the eligible electors of the district no later than January 15 of each year. 

Name of special district:

Daniels Sanitation District

District’s physical location:

(List each county in which the district is located.)

Jefferson County

District’s principal business office:

(address and telephone number)

1002 Kipling Street

Lakewood, CO  80215

District manager or other primary contact:

(name, telephone number and other contact information)


A.J. Beckman


1002 Kipling St.

Lakewood, CO  80215

Regular Board Meetings:

(day, time, and place)


2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

District Office 1002 Kipling Street

Lakewood, CO  80215

Notice posting place:

(designated by board for posting 24-hour notice and agenda before meetings, as per Colorado Open Meetings Law §24-6-402(2)(c), C.R.S.)


Current district mill levy:

0..265  mills.

Total ad valorem tax (property tax) revenue:

(received by district during the previous year)

$36,288.87 (figure reported may be incomplete or unaudited as of date of this notice.)

Regular district elections:

Regular elections for special districts are held in May of even-numbered years on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of the month.  Regular elections are held for the purpose of electing members to the board of directors and other public questions, if any.

The date of the next regular district election is:

May 3. 2022

Persuant to 24-72-205 C.R.S.

The district's research and retrieval fee is $30.00/hour.

District Policy:

"In those cases where location or existence of specific documents must be researched and documents must be retrieved, sorted or reviewed for applicability to the request, and such process requires more than one hour of staff time, the Custodian may charge a research and retrieval fee not to exceed thirty dollars ($30.00) per hour. The Custodian will not impose a charge for the first hour of time expended in connection with the research and retrieval of public records."

District contact information for open records requests:

Gail L. Berquist



Names of district board members:

(Check box for any board member whose seat will be on the ballot at the next regular district election.)


Rex Johnson,  Chairman

754 Welch St.

Lakewood, CO  80401

X This office will be on the ballot at the next regular election.     


Vern Luoma, Vice President

13395 W. 7th Dr.

Lakewood, CO  80401



Janet Bowland, Treasurer

13345 W. 7th Dr.

Lakewood, CO  80401

X This office will be on the ballot at the next regular election.     


Scott Paschal, Secretary

785 Wright St.

Lakewood, CO  80401

X This office will be on the ballot at the next regular election.     


Patrick Morgan, Director

13405 W. 7th Dr.

Lakewood, CO  80401



For seven-member boards:



Self-nomination to be a district board member

Any eligible elector of the special district who desires to be a candidate for the office of special district director must file a self-nomination and acceptance form or letter with the district’s designated election official (DEO) at least 67 days before the date of the next regular election.  

For further details about the self-nomination process or serving on the board, please contact the district manager or other primary contact.


District election results will be posted on these websites:

Secretary of State:


District website, or other website, if any: https://highviewdaniels.colorado.gov/


Permanent mail-in voter (PMIV) status

(for applicable elections)


Absentee voting and Permanent absentee voter status (formerly Permanent Mail-In voter status):
Where to obtain and return forms :

High View Water District

1002 Kipling Street

Lakewood, CO  80215

Applications for absentee voting or for permanent absentee voter status are available from and must be returned to the Designated Election Official:

Notice completed by:

Name: Gail Berquist

Title: Office Manager

E-mail: gail@highviewwater.com

Date: 12/29/2020

(Note: Some information provided herein may be subject to change after the notice is provided to the public.)




File copy of this Notice with:

  1. Clerk and Recorder of each county in which district is wholly or partially located;

  2. Division of Local Government; and

  3. District’s principal business office (make available for public inspection)


(1) Notice must be provided in one or more of the following manners:

  1. Mail notice separately to each household where one or more eligible electors of the special district resides (Note: Districts with overlapping boundaries may combine mailed notices, so long as the information regarding each district is separately displayed and identified);
  2. Include notice as a prominent part of a newsletter, annual report, billing insert, billing statement, letter, voter information card or other notice of election, or other informational mailing sent by the district to the eligible electors;
  3. Post notice on district’s official website (Note: You must also provide the Division of Local Government (www.dola.state.co.us/dlg) with the address of your district’s website to establish a link on the DLG’s website to the district’s website. (Use DLG’s Local Government Contact Information form.);
  4. Post notice on website of the Special District Association of Colorado (www.sdaco.org) (Note: Your district must be a current SDA member to post on the SDA website.); or
  5. Post notice in at least three public places within the limits of the special district and post notice in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of the county or counties in which the district is located.  Notices must remain posted in these locations until May 7, 2013.  (Note: This method for providing notice is authorized only for districts with less than 1,000 eligible electors that are wholly located within a county with a population of less than 30,000.)