Welcome to Stallion Springs!
Recruitment for the position of General Manager, SSCSD
Application deadline is January 30th, 2015, 5PM
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Suicide Awareness Presentation
Presented by the Stallion Springs Police Department
December 20, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the Stallion Springs CSD building, in the Emergency Operation Center
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The Stallion Springs Community Services District (CSD) provides public services to more than 2,500 residents living in this picturesque mountaintop community.
Similar to a city, the Stallion Springs CSD offers administration, police services, parks, recreation, roads, trash disposal, sewer and water service to area residents. A small CSD staff facilitates these essential functions effectively and efficiently every day.
Elevations vary from 3,480 to 4,620 throughout the District, yielding cool summer evenings and blustery winter afternoons. A myriad of wildlife share the countryside. On any given day, you might spy an elk, a bobcat, a mountain lion, wild boar, ducks, deer, jackrabbits and quail.
Volunteers enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors alike. These unsung heroes clean mailbox sites and improve equestrian trails; operate a Community Library and facilitate a Neighborhood Watch program; they train as emergency responders (CERT) and volunteer at a variety of civic functions. They bake cookies, pick up trash, donate blood, deliver telephone books and help manage Community Cleanup Days. Their efforts make a big difference.
Residents have the use of a municipal swimming pool, several beautiful parks, an equestrian trail system, a Community Library and Multi-Purpose Center with a gymnasium, and smaller meeting rooms.
The District is governed by an elected Board of Directors. These valuable and talented community members help make Stallion Springs the very best small town on the hill.
Questions and comments on any area under the authority of the SSCSD can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 661-822-3268.
The mission of the Stallion Springs CSD is to provide the highest quality of services, as designated by law, to the community. The service shall be provided in an efficient, economical, reliable manner. The District Board of Directors, management, and staff are committed to promoting a safe, courteous, and positive attitude in accomplishing our mission.
The Stallion Springs CSD currently uses an all "After Hours" non-police emergencies.
Residents are instructed to call the office at 661-822-3268 for any after-hours non- police emergencies. will take a message and begin to call the appropriate staff to handle the non-police emergency.
For Police emergencies or life threatening emergencies: Dial 9-1-1
Police non-emergencies: Call 661-861-3110
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