Grounds

Maintaining continuously safe and visually appealing outdoor settings

We strive to accomplish this task while remaining environmentally sensitive at all times. Our district’s outdoor assets directly impact the welfare and safety of our students and community and set the stage for many important learning and athletic activities, and are therefore maintained with utmost care despite the many challenges presented by Colorado’s varying weather and climate. Our commitment to our customers includes ornamental landscapes, turf and athletic fields maintenance, irrigation, playgrounds, sidewalks, parking lots, snow removal, native areas, signage and fencing.

What you can expect:

  • Safe and visually appealing outdoor settings including athletic fields, playgrounds & landscapes.
  • Prompt and professional snow removal and sanding of school bus loops and parent drop-off/pick-up areas.
  • Support of student athletic and outdoor activities.
Operations Operations Operations

Contact Information

Ryan Berninzoni
Operations Manager - Grounds
303-387-9559

Darlene Roussa
Administrative Specialist
303-387-9561

3002 N. State Highway 83
Franktown, CO 80116
O: 303-387-9551

Resources

Building and Site Modification Procedure
Snow and Ice Control Plan
DCSD Fertilization and Weed Management

Helpful Links

Colorado Locates (UNCC)
Facility Use (Rental)

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