High Plains Ranch Metropolitan District is a residential single conventional Title 32 Special Metropolitan District. All property owners within the boundaries of this District who are otherwise eligible as electors within the State of Colorado has the opportunity to fully participate in future elections of the district and are eligible to run for Director positions when these positions become open.
High Plains Ranch Metropolitan District has an existing mill levy of 55.663 mills obligated to pay off Debt and 11.132 mills to fund operations and maintenance within the District at this time there is no discussion on issuing any future mill levies. The Debt mill levy is set to stay in place until the obligated debt is paid off, and there are currently no anticipated or decreases.
At this time, the District is discussing issuing Long Term Financial Obligations once there is more activity within the District. There is currently no outstanding Long Term Financial Obligations.
The main function of High Plains Ranch Metropolitan District is to collect tax revenue to pay off any future Long Term Debt. At this time, the District plans on providing additional services in the future to provide potable water service, including the water supply, water system, and infrastructure of the water system within the District Boundaries.
The District currently has no real property they own.
Current Board of Directors
|Randy Case II
Meeting Schedule: 2024 Regular Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 10:30 a.m. at Case International, 119 N Wahsatch Ave, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Virtual Meeting Instructions:
Phone: 719-447-1777 ext. 103
Required Notice Pursuant to House Bill 23-1105 – Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force
House Bill 23-1105 created the HOA and Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Forces to examine certain matters in communities that are governed by these entities. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force will review, among other matters, tax levying authority and practices, foreclosure practices, communications with homeowners and governance policies. A requirement of the new law is that we notify you of the creation and existence of the Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force prior to its first meeting. If you have any questions about the Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force, please reach out to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies or visit their website at https://dora.colorado.gov.