At Clear Creek Community Services District, our goal is to provide safe, clean, drinking water to all of our residents!
The District employs, eleven full time personnel. Combined years of experience at Clear Creek C.S.D. equal more than 100 years of knowledge.
The longest employment held at the District is the Treatment Plant Supervisor with over 40 years’ experience.
Current staffing includes:
Kurt ‘Skip’ Born; General Manager, Regulatory, Customer Service
Cary Brown; Office Manager, Human Resources, Customer Service
Kristen Thomas; Account Maintenance, Billing, Customer Service
Roberto Chacon; Field Operations Supervisor, Backflow, D2 Certified, Customer Service
Roger Ladewig; Field Operations Maintenance I, Equipment Operator, D1 and T1 Certified
Chad Krick; Field Operations Maintenance II, T2 and D3 Certified
Thomas Ladewig; Field Operations Maintenance I
Bill Palmaymesa; Chief Plant Operator -T5 and D3, Backflow Certified
Toby Ladewig; Treatment/Distribution Maintenance Operator, T3 and D3 Certified
The General Manager, Kurt Born began his career with Clear Creek in 1990 as a Field Maintenance Tech and eventually worked his way through the ranks to become the fifth General Manager for Clear Creek CSD.
The Office Manager, Cary Brown has been with the District since 2012. Her management skills coupled with her Human Resources skills have assisted the District in remaining compliant with State and Federal requirements, maintaining a well-run office and positive staff members.
The Chief Treatment Plant Operator, William Palmaymesa has been employed by the District since 2016. He holds a T5 Certification as well as a D3 Certification for Distribution and Backflow Tester Certified.
The CCCSD serves an area of 21,670 acres large (33.88 square miles) currently and manages over 100 miles of pipeline varying in size from 3" up to 45". The original District size totaled 6,800 acres and formation began in the early 1960's.
Our total contract amount from the United States Bureau of Reclamation is 15,300-acre feet annually and during a 'normal' water year. Drought years are subject to allocation restrictions and typically supplies will be augmented with outside water purchases or supplemented with the District water well field.