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PUEBLO WEST, Colo. — The Pueblo West Metropolitan District has launched the Community Conversations Campaign, a program designed to actively engage residents, showing the District's pledge to increase community access, be transparent, and work together with residents to make things better.
"Our main goal on the Board is to talk with our residents and be community focused," Metro District Board of Directors President Nick Madero said. "With this campaign, we aim for real conversations that lead to actual improvements in our community."
The Community Conversations Campaign has two straightforward goals to better connect with Pueblo West residents:
"The campaign is a united effort," Community Relations Manager Brandi Blankenship said. "It's the whole District's commitment to genuinely engage with the community. We're here to listen, and we mean it."
Here's the plan:
"Our staff wants to connect with our neighbors, and we're backing it up," said Interim District Manager Christian Heyn. "We're not just asking to hear from you. We're actively seeking your voice. This is about building a Pueblo West that listens, responds, and values you. Transparent government, made real."
For details on the Community Conversations Campaign, visit PuebloWestMetro.com/conversations.
About the Pueblo West Metropolitan District:
The Pueblo West Metropolitan District serves approximately 33,000 citizens living in a 50-square-mile unincorporated portion of Pueblo County located approximately eight miles west of the City of Pueblo. Unlike municipalities, Pueblo West is a special district that is authorized to provide four services to residents – limited covenant enforcement, fire protection, parks and recreation, and water and wastewater utilities.
The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors who are elected by registered voters consisting of Pueblo West residents and property owners.