Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force

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What Do You Think About Your Metropolitan District?


On August 7, 2023, HB23-1105 became law in the State of Colorado. It created two different task forces to explore issues and prepare written reports on a wide array of issues affecting Colorado homeowners. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force is one of those.


The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force will convene to study communities that are governed by the board of a metropolitan district and the issues confronting residents of those communities. Specifically, the Task Force members will examine metropolitan districts':


  • Authority to levy taxes
  • Foreclosure practices
  • Communications with homeowners regarding metropolitan district processes
  • Homeowners’ rights and responsibilities
  • District’s governance policies, including voting and election policies.


The Task Force will also review the process by which a metropolitan district could transition from a metropolitan district that enforces covenants and collects assessments into a Common Interest Community governed under article 33.3 of Title 38.


If you work or reside in a metropolitan district, the Task Force would like to hear from you. This engagement tool has been developed for the HB23-1105 task force so that people like you can engage with the Task Force directly. You can participate in several different ways on this site (see both below and to the right).


All responses collected will be used to inform a report in 2024 which will be presented to the Colorado General Assembly, the Governor’s Office, and the public.


What Do You Think About Your Metropolitan District?


On August 7, 2023, HB23-1105 became law in the State of Colorado. It created two different task forces to explore issues and prepare written reports on a wide array of issues affecting Colorado homeowners. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force is one of those.


The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force will convene to study communities that are governed by the board of a metropolitan district and the issues confronting residents of those communities. Specifically, the Task Force members will examine metropolitan districts':


  • Authority to levy taxes
  • Foreclosure practices
  • Communications with homeowners regarding metropolitan district processes
  • Homeowners’ rights and responsibilities
  • District’s governance policies, including voting and election policies.


The Task Force will also review the process by which a metropolitan district could transition from a metropolitan district that enforces covenants and collects assessments into a Common Interest Community governed under article 33.3 of Title 38.


If you work or reside in a metropolitan district, the Task Force would like to hear from you. This engagement tool has been developed for the HB23-1105 task force so that people like you can engage with the Task Force directly. You can participate in several different ways on this site (see both below and to the right).


All responses collected will be used to inform a report in 2024 which will be presented to the Colorado General Assembly, the Governor’s Office, and the public.

Page last updated: 26 Feb 2024, 12:45 PM