Construction Related Documents

The Cordillera Metropolitan District owns and maintains over 40 miles of paved roads in Cordillera. The District also owns and manages 3,237 acres of open space, and provides oversight on numerous drainage and utility easements and wildlife habitat corridors within the community. Permits and/or agreements may be required for activities, maintenance or new improvements proposed on lands managed by the Metropolitan District. For assistance with District matters, please contact Cliff Simonton, Community Planner Manger, at or 970-569-6255.

Regulations, Permits and Fees Associated with Easements and Rights-of-Way

  • Construction Rules and Regulations
  • Cordillera Consolidated Wildlife Protection Plan
  • Construction in Right of Way Permit Application
  • Road Impact Fee Worksheet
  • Encroachment Agreement

What is the Cordillera Metro District?

Cordillera is a mountaintop paradise with miles of trails to discover, friendships to be made and adventures to be had. Comprising more than 7,000 acres of natural beauty, three distinctive neighborhoods, endless amenities and three world-class golf courses, Cordillera is like no other Rocky Mountain community.

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