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Martha Sippel: candidate for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board


Martha Sippel lives at the Carriage Club with her husband, Roger. They moved to the Park Meadows Metropolitan District community in 2003.

Tell us about your career.

I’m a Colorado native, and have geology and technical communication degrees. My expertise as a geologist, user-experience professional, information architect and technical communicator has served the constituents I represent well.

What contributions have you made to the community?

I served on the City of Lone Tree planning commission from 2008-15, and have served as the PMMD Board director since 2016. I am also currently a South Suburban Park Foundation Board trustee and Carriage Club HOA Landscape Manager, where I manage 24 acres of open space.

Why are you running for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board?

I’m excited about continuing to work on projects I’ve been involved in since becoming a PMMD board member. Appointed to the PMMD board in 2016, I quickly made significant contributions.

I recommend and gained board approval to implement GIS mapping to identify hardscape medians and landscape areas, preserving the aesthetic look and feel of our community. Based on my landscape expertise, the board designated me as PMMD’s liaison with our landscape contractor, BrightView. Because proper, ongoing care is critical to the maintenance of our medians and right-of-ways, I regularly work with BrightView to improve our landscape processes and increase water efficiencies. I want to continue improving Lone Tree’s street safety and traffic mobility within the PMMD, while maintaining medians and right-of-way aesthetics in a cost effective and efficient manner. I strongly believe that my concerted efforts to collaborate with all partners in a fiscally responsible way will increase district residents’ home values.


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