How To Join a Bellyache Ridge Teleconference Call


The Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District and the Bellyache Ridge Homeowners Association hold meetings by way of teleconference calls. 

Teleconference Dial-In Number:  425-436-6331       Access Code:  261328#

If your Dial-In is giving a busy signal, you can send a text message to your conference Dial-In Number.  Text   CALL ME   to receive a call that connects you with your Dial-In.  Once connected, enter your meeting Access Code as you normally would.

Notice of Water Rate Changes and Water Supply Emergency

At their October 12th, 2021 regular meeting, the Board of Directors of the Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District adopted revised Rules and Regulations, which include changes to the regular water rates as well as a new water supply emergency rate structure.

Acting on the advice of our professional water system engineers, the Board also adopted a resolution declaring a Water Supply Emergency within the Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District effective October 13, 2021.

The new water rates can be found in Appendix B on page 24 of the Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District Rules and Regulations Rev. 6.3.

Below is a copy of the rate table from Appendix B that is effective beginning October 16, 2021.



Under our tiered billing structure, the cost of water increases as monthly usage increases.  The tiered structure is not changing, but going forward, the tiered structure for pricing changes is tightened with the result being that higher usage costs begin sooner as shown in the table. 

For the vast majority of households in Bellyache Ridge Subdivision where monthly water usage is 4,000 gallons or less, the increase in cost for water will be 2%. However, households with high monthly water usage will experience significantly higher water bills.  We encourage everyone to review their water usage and implement new water conservation practices.

We are currently meeting the water needs of our community and our two water tanks are full.  But the water levels in our wells are at historically low levels for this time of year.  The aquifer is replenished by spring run-off, so we expect well levels to drop further during the winter months.  Our pumps are working and have adequate capacity to pump the available water, but the constraint for pumping water is the time needed for the aquifer to refill our well casings.  The amount of time needed to do so is expected to increase when water levels drop further.  Clearly our collective focus on water conservation is very important at this time. 

Posted 2021 October 13 on bellyachesubdivision.com
Some Information for Bellyache Ridge Property Owners


New homeowners, the Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District provides your domestic water supply.  Contact the Metro District's water billing service, AmCoBi to set up your new water account.

The Bellyache Ridge Homeowners Association collects assessments from property owners once per year in January.  They use the same billing service, AmCoBi.  This means you will need to set up a second, separate account at AmCoBi for your HOA assessments.

If you are planning to build or remodel, Bellyache Ridge Design Guidelines are available in PDF format on the Homeowners Association page on this website.

A note about pets.  Protective Covenants for Bellyache Ridge Subdivision state:  "Family pets must be confined to the Owner's property and kept to a number which does not constitute a nuisance or a health hazard."  

Bellyache Ridge Subdivision is governed by the rules of Eagle County.  The County passed Resolution No. 2018-98 Concerning the Control, Licensing, Impoundment and Disposition of Animals.  

If you are having a problem, you can report an Animal Complaint to Eagle County Animal Services

A note about parking.  All roads in Bellyache Ridge Subdivision are owned and maintained by Eagle County.  There is no parking on all roads.


Property owners who would like to receive proprietary community emails can email us at bellyachesubdivision@gmail.com to be added to the list.


Bellyache Ridge Assessed Values

Eagle County recently sent property owners updated assessed values for tax purposes.  Below are some descriptive statistics for the assessed values of single family homes in Bellyache Subdivision. 

Number of Single Family Homes68
Mean Assessed Value$930,886
Median Assessed Value$790,940
Lowest Assessed Value$229,500
Highest Assessed Value$2,415,270

 

Mary Anne Metternick

Recognizing and celebrating Mary Anne Metternick for her decades of service in our community, most recently in her roles as President of our Homeowners Association and as Secretary & Treasurer of our Metropolitan District.  

Thank you Mary Anne!
Have You Considered Serving as a Board Member in Bellyache Ridge Subdivision?



We have two separate Boards in Bellyache Ridge subdivision.
Each of the two Boards meet six evenings a year and all meetings are by teleconference.

If you are interested in serving on the Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District Board, please download and complete this one-page Bellyache Ridge Metropolitan District Board Member Application and email it back to us at bellyachesubdivision@gmail.com.




If you are interested in serving on the Bellyache Ridge Homeowners Association Board, please download and complete this one-page Bellyache Ridge Homeowners Association Board Member Application and email it back to us at bellyachesubdivision@gmail.com.


Bellyache Ridge Subdivision, Eagle County, CO