Cordillera is pleased to introduce CordilleraID, the new credential for accessing community amenities. These state-of-the-art ID cards and the door locks that support them will allow Cordillera staff remote, centralized access control of all Cordillera facilities. The cards contain a unique, encrypted identifier that cannot be cloned. This will help to ensure that Cordillera amenities are being access by only approved individuals. Please complete the CordilleraID Application to sign up.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who needs a CordilleraID card?
- Cordillera residents wishing to access community amenities such as the athletic center, trailhead, car wash, equestrian center, and post office.
When does CordilleraID go into effect?
- CordilleraID will be implemented at all public-facing Cordillera facilities in January 2020.
Will facility operating hours change?
- No. Facility hours are not changing as a result of CordilleraID.
Can I keep my old key fob/proximity card?
- CordilleraID-capable door locks are not compatible with the previous access control system. CordilleraID cards will replace existing key fobs and proximity cards. Once CordilleraID if fully implemented in January 2020, existing key fobs and proximity cards can be recycled.
Why is there a delay in implementing CordilleraID?
- Cordillera staff wish to provide uninterrupted access to Cordillera amenities for property owners and guests. Because CordilleraID is not compatible with existing locks, the majority of community members need to have CordilleraID cards in hand before migrating to the new system. As a result, we have chosen to issue CordilleraID cards beginning in late November while leaving existing access control media and hardware in place. Temporarily overlapping these two systems until mid-January will help ensure a smooth transition.
Where can I get my CordilleraID card?
- Simply fill out the CordilleraID application form at cordilleraliving.com. Multiple household members can be included on the same form. Once completed, the application will be compared to existing Emergency Information Survey results and your CordilleraID card will be printed and mailed to the address you indicate. Due to the large number of ID cards that will need to be issued, please allow up to 10 days for printing and mailing. You will be notified via email when your CordilleraID card has been mailed.
What type of photo should I upload?
- CordilleraID will have your picture printed on it. The form allows for photo uploads so simply attach a basic selfie with a plain background. Please remove any hats or sunglasses before taking your selfie and make sure your face is clearly visible.
Where can I go for help?
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to assist in any way we can.