Organized in 1982, PMMD is a governmental entity governed by a five-member Board of Directors.
The PMMD is located almost entirely in the
City of Lone Tree and maintains landscaped medians and street (arterials & collectors) landscaped right-of-ways adjacent to residential and commercial areas throughout the District.
The District has several agreements with homeowner associations and businesses about these services. These agreements were developed over time and are detailed in the Landscape Agreement Chronology.
The District has provided services including street improvements, transportation,
and safety through traffic and safety
Historically, the District has cooperated with the City of Lone Tree and Douglas County to provide major capital improvements to arterial and collector streets to benefit District residents and property owners as well as maintaining landscaped improvements within medians and right-of-ways along the major streets within the District.
The District is a member of the Colorado Special District Association that preserves and enhances the legal and political environment for the existence and successful operation of the special district form of government, and to assist special districts to serve the public in the most efficient and economic manner possible.
The District's services are driven by its service plan that outlines what the district can do.
Current Service Plan (Amended March 2002)
The District maintains landscaped medians and street (arterials & collectors) landscaped right-of-ways adjacent to residential and commercial areas throughout much of the City. The District has several agreements with homeowner associations and businesses concerning these services that were developed over time and are described in the Chronology of Maintenance Adjacent Residential HOAs: 1980s to 2018.
The Board defined the District's priorities in the Landscape Maintenance Priorities Resolution. Take a look at the District's Tree Maintenance Plan.
The District is committed to conserving water while maintaining attractive landscapes. To do this, the board follows Denver Water xeriscape principles that include planning and design, soil improvements, efficient irrigation, appropriate plant zones, mulches, turf alternatives, and maintenance.
Intergovernmental / License Agreements
City of Lone Tree
Park Meadows Business Improvement District
Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District
Home Owner Associations (HOAs) with
Landscape Services Agreements
Country Club Estates
Fairways At Lone Tree
Lone Tree Terrace
Muirfield at Lone Tree
Taos of Lone Tree
Home Owner Associations (HOAs) without
Landscape Services Agreements
Club Terrace: The perimeter on Lone Tree Parkway and Timberline is sidewalk only; the District performs only weed spraying.
The Charter: The perimeter on Timberline is sidewalk only; the District performs weed removal.
Vista at Lone Tree: The District provides landscaping maintenance and irrigation water to the Vista at Lone Tree perimeter on Lone Tree Parkway and Timberline because there is no mandatory HOA that can execute an agreement.
Streetscape Agreements with Commercial Properties
DOK Properties LLC
First Baptist Church of Highlands Ranch Inc.
Hancoop Holdings Inc.
Kadima Medical Properties LLC
Kohl's Department Stores Inc.
Mirage Self Storage LLC
MRJ Holdings LLC
Pacific Coast Industries
Suds Factory LLC
The Word of Life Christian Center
Western Standard Services Company
This resolution establishes priorities for landscape maintenance services for the District.
PMMD Board of Directors Adopted Resolution
This resolution establishes the 2023 budget for the District.
PMMD 2023 Budget and Resolution