District 2: Rye, Colorado City & Vicinity
Represented by Dennis Maroney, Board Secretary.
PO Box 364
Rye, CO 81069
Dennis Maroney recently retired from 28 years of service for the City of Pueblo. He served as Construction Engineer, Drainage Engineer, and four years as Director of Pueblo’s Storm Water Utility.
Mr. Maroney was a Founding Member of the Colorado Association of Storm Water and Flood Plain Managers (CASFM). He currently serves as a member of the Fountain Creek Technical Advisory Committee and serves on the Board of Directors for the Pueblo Conservancy District, the Board of Directors of the Historic Arkansas River Project Authority (HARP) and represents San Isabel Electric on the Western United Electric Supply Corporation Board of Directors. He is a Professional Engineer with a BES degree from Brigham Young University and an MBA from the University of Colorado.
Mr. Maroney is currently a Board Member of the Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce (Rye/Colorado City) and a member of the Colorado City/Rye Lions Club. He has lived in Rye, CO for the last 40 years serving in his church, and the Boy Scouts of America in Rye, Colorado City and Walsenburg, CO. He and his wife, Paula, have seven children and 25 grandchildren. All their children attended local schools and graduated from Rye High School.
He has always had an interest in energy conservation and alternative energy resources. As a Professional Engineer, Mr. Maroney has designed energy efficient subdivisions and many passive solar homes. He and his family have lived in their solar home on the Maroney Ranch southwest of Rye since 1983. Mr. Maroney is acutely aware of the need for reliable electric service to rural residents and the need for timely service and emergency response. He welcomes the challenge of future energy development and providing reliable, efficient, and affordable electrical service.