Quit-Proof Your Team

Find yourself staying late because you’re down a person and work is piling up? Is your district constantly having to hire and rehire positions because people keep leaving? You’re not alone. Fortunately, there are things you can do to put a stop to it.

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Emergency Response Procedures: Gasoline Spills

The release of any chemical substance is a serious matter, especially for something as corrosive, flammable, and damaging to the environment as gasoline and diesel fuels.

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Plugging Into the Future

As the state continues to move away from fossil fuel dependency, we can only imagine that electric vehicles and charging stations will gain even more traction with businesses and homeowners. The Denver area alone has over 150 charging stations and that number is expected to continue to grow rapidly over the next several years as electric cars go from niche to common.

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Meet Caleb Hammond, the Pool’s Client Support

The CSD Pool is proud to announce the addition of Caleb Hammond to its team as your new Client Support.

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It Came From Your Email

This data breach isn’t the only major cyber crime to severely impact millions of lives this year. In late June, multiple companies across the world were under siege by a virus that effectively shut down computers and extorted money.

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Don’t Wait! Now’s the Time to Winterize Your District’s Property

Your personal homeowner’s insurance policy likely contains an exclusion for damage caused by frozen pipes if you leave your home unheated or fail to drain your pipes while being away for an extended period. In the eyes of your insurance company, this is a matter of personal responsibility—to your insurer, failure to take these sensible steps is negligence.

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CSD Pool Receives Top Financial Rating

The Colorado Special Districts Property and Liability Pool is proud to announce that it has earned a Financial Stability Rating® of AAA or “Unsurpassed” from Demotech, Inc., their highest possible rating for a pool or public entity. This means that the Pool’s financials provide a sufficient margin to absorb variance between its anticipated and worst-case scenario of operating results.

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2017 SDA Conference Wrap-Up

The annual Pool Membership Meeting was held September 14, at the SDA Conference in Keystone. Both events were a big hit, drawing people from every part of the state. The Pool and SDA awarded dozens of scholarships to fund the registration, lodging, travel, and meal costs to send new attendees and board members to the conference.

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2018 Property and Liability Renewal Details

This year the Pool is able to offer rates changes between a 2% decrease and 3% increase, based on the claim performance of each entity type.

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Meet Laura Malasig, the Pool’s Liability Underwriter

The CSD Pool is proud to announce the addition of Laura Malasig to its team as your new Liability Underwriter.

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