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Board Leadership


Chair: Dan Galasso, KB Home

Co-Chair: Rose Rodriquez, KB Home

Board Members

Committee Members only

By joining the Regulated Utilities Committee you will learn the issues that cost you time and money, share ideas with other leaders and industry experts, and become more effective in leading your company through the ever-increasing maze of regulations.  Jeff Whiton, HBA of Metro Denver CEO

Regulated Utilities Committee Info

Membership Requirements

HBA member in good standing 

Meeting Times

The Regulated Utilities Committee meets at the HBA of Metro Denver Education Room from 10:00-11:30 a.m.

The 2017 Schedule

March 9th 

June 8th

September 7th

December 7th

About the Regulated Utilities Committee

Regulated Utilities Committee

The Regulated Utilities Committee is a forum for HBA members to discuss land development, home building and utility coordination issues. The committee is also designed to maintain good relationships with local dry utility representatives, including Black Hills Energy, Xcel Energy, IREA, United Power, CenturyLink, Comcast and AT&T. 

More info: Chérie Talbert, HBA Senior Vice President & Executive Director of the Metro Housing Coalition Political Committee 303-551-6734

Resources - For Your Information!

Black Hills Energy Contact Information Available Soon! 

The HBA of Metro Denver and Xcel Energy are in process of scheduling a FASTAPP training opportunity in April. In the meantime go to this tutorial to get started!

HBA Members that would like to send their payment in by Fed Ex, UPS or etc. to XCEL for new developments can use the address below for shipping purposes. These payments are processed the same day of delivery during normal business hours.

Xcel Energy Attn: Remittance Processing, 414 Nicollet Mall - 3 Fl, Minneapolis, MN 55401-1993

Xcel Energy - Temporary Service Lateral Costs

Xcel Energy - Square D Meter Terminal Spacing Issue

January Update: PSCo Distribution is working to increase our external design resources to help accommodate anticipated increases in 2017. The target for increased resources was 20-30% and has yet to be precisely determined. Currently we are in the midst of that transition and expect to be at that 20-30% overall increase by the end of Q1; thus far we’ve increased by approximately 10%. As with any resource transition we expect adjustments to resource levels as volume dictates and will communicate those as applicable as our goal is to maintain our level of service to our customers. For more information regarding Xcel Energy go to, https://www.xcelenergy.com