Vacation Checks + Extra Patrol
The Foundation employs off-duty Jefferson County Sheriffs to patrol our community. In addition to safeguarding Foundation roads, facilities, and residences, they perform Vacation Checks and extra Patrols upon request. They are also able to write traffic violation tickets on Genesee roads, so watch your speed!
A resident may request up to 52 Vacation Checks. per calendar year. These are not intended to be used as ‘property management.’
*Please notify Patrol if you return early.Extra Patrol coverage may be available for observation or investigation of unusual or suspicious activity. It is not for extended Vacation Checks, medical conditions, emergencies, or wellness checks. If you suspect criminal activity or are in danger or have any doubt about the circumstances you are reporting, call 911 immediately. It is understood that Extra Patrol may not always be provided, as it is dependent upon the nature of the request and the availability of personnel to respond based upon patrol schedules.
Please use the below form to schedule an appointment at the Foundation Office for an in-person notary service. Appointments are limited so it is first come first serve for the below availability. More dates and times will be added as they become available.
Electricity and natural gas are provided by Xcel Energy. Genesee is served by CenturyLink, Comcast, and other telecommunications providers. Reliable and safe water and sewer services are provided to Genesee residents by the Genesee Water and Sanitation District. In addition to the new state-of-the-art water facility and the sewage treatment plants and network of pipes and pumping stations, the district has a 101 acre-foot reservoir on Bear Creek.
Sanitation + Disposal
GFL Environmental provides trash removal and recycling services to the Genesee Foundation. The cost is covered in the residents monthly HOA fee. Depending upon your location in Genesee, trash pickup is every Thursday or Friday, and recycling pickup is every other week. All scheduled services are delayed one day in the event of a holiday.
Genesee’s network of Jefferson County roads and Foundation private drives are maintained by their respective entities. During snowy months, county roads are kept plowed and sanded, with priority given to the roads which directly connect to I-70. Genesee private drives are plowed by our maintenance team after every 3 inches of snow as measured at Vista Clubhouse.
Highland Rescue Team Ambulance District is the pre-hospital emergency medical services provider for the Genesee and Lookout Mountain areas. Serving approximately 12,000 residents and the approximately 80,000 who transit the District each day, Highland Rescue Team has 3 ambulances and is staffed by 17 paramedics, 35 EMTs, and 6 First Responders, 90% of whom are volunteers. The District ensures that advanced life support services are always available to meet the medical and trauma needs of residents and visitors.
Genesee Fire & Rescue protects and serves the Genesee Fire Protection District. Genesee Fire and Rescue is a Colorado Special District and governed by an elected board of the Genesee Fire District Protection. Founded in 1973, Genesee Fire and Rescue provides fire protection and basic medical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The department has approximately 30 volunteer members and three full-time paid firefighters who are also responsible for the administrative functions of the organization. The fire station is located within the boundaries of the Genesee Foundation at 23455 Currant Drive.