Cordillera Metro District
The Cordillera Metro District (CMD) is a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado that operates as a Special District under Colorado statute.
CMD Board of Directors
CMD is governed by an elected five-person Board of Directors. It levies property taxes to fund annual operating budgets and capital projects and to pay outstanding debt (bonds).
Governance and Key Documents
Agendas & Board Packets 2012-2022
Meeting Minutes 2012-2022
CMD Financial Summary
Cordillera’s general operating fund mill levy for 2022 is 46.039 mills per $100,000 of assessed property value, resulting in budgeted property tax revenue of $4,706,113 for this year. Including miscellaneous other revenue sources, CMD’s total operating revenue is projected at $5,663,532 for 2022.
Debt service retirement for 2022 is taxed at 11.242 mills per $100,000 of assessed property value for the Divide and Ranch subdivisions and 29.938 mills for the Summit and Territories. All Cordillera debt will be retired by January 1, 2023 and no debt service taxes will be levied thereafter (unless additional debt is assumed in the future by vote of residents.)
The CMD is responsible for the following services:
CMD also owns the Bearden Homestead (home of Bearcat Stables) and owns and operates the Equestrian Center and services located on Carterville Road, including the dog park, car wash, trailer parking area, and the community gardens.