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In 2005, the CPOA sponsored the installation of electronic SupraBoxes to be used for emergency access at individual homes. Now that the boxes are more than 10 years old, the manufacturer warns that the batteries have reached the end of their life expectancy and the boxes should be replaced.
Property owners who currently participate in the program or who would like to participate should complete the Emergency Release form on the website and submit payment by April 17. The form authorizes Public Safety to enter your home in case of an emergency.
The discounted cost to replace the boxes is $100. A check or the credit card authorization form should be returned or mailed to the Cordillera Administration Offices at 408 Carterville Road, Cordillera, Colorado 81632.
If property owners already have a SupraBox, Public Safety will test and reuse keys that are in the existing box. Property owners who have changed their locks or who are having a box installed for the first time, must provide Public Safety with a key on a tag with the address.
Boxes are typically attached to either the electric meter or the gas meter. However, property owners may work with Public Safety to arrange an alternative location.
For more information, contact Joanne Kelley at 970-569-6251 or via email at email@example.com.