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The District is a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State organized in December 2002 pursuant to Article I, Title 32, Colorado Revised Statutes (the “Act”). The District is located in El Paso County, Colorado(“El Paso County” or the “County”), along the Marksheffel Road and the Sand Creek Channel on the west, Constitution Avenue on the North, and U.S. Highway 24 on the east and south, immediately east of the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The District currently contains approximately 423 acres. The 2004 preliminary estimated total taxable certified assessed value of the property within the District is $2,196,240.

The District is organized primarily to finance the design, acquisition, installation, and construction of street, landscaping, traffic and safety control, water, sanitary and storm sewer, and park and recreation improvements (“Facilities”) for the benefit of the District’s residents and taxpayers and other users of such regional improvements. The majority of the Series 2004 Bond proceeds will be used to finance and provide public improvements to Marksheffel Road, a north-south thoroughfare, which bisects the District, as well as improvements to the Sand Creek Channel and Bridge improvements along Marksheffel Road and Sand Creek Channel.

Once completed, the District will dedicate or cause to be conveyed the park and recreation, traffic safety, all public streets and streets dedicated by plat, all public drainage facilities, and public sidewalks, as well as rights-of-way and easements necessary for access to such facilities to El Paso County.

Improvements including all the tract-landscaping improvements, landscaping along major streets, entry features, and drainage tracts may be retained by the District for operations and maintenance if the same are not otherwise dedicated to and accepted by El Paso County. The water improvements and wastewater improvements constructed and financed by the District are to be conveyed to Cherokee Metropolitan District for ownership and continued operation and maintenance. Additionally, the District anticipates conveying open space landscaped improvements along certain sections of the Sand Creek Channel to the Cherokee Metropolitan District.

Current Board of Directors:

Lindsay J. Case, President – Term to May 2022

Randle W. Case II, Vice-President – Term to May 2022

Bryan Long, Treasurer/Secretary – Term to May 2023

James Morley, Assistant Secretary – Term to May 2023

Dave Hammers, Assistant Secretary – Appointed Term to May 2022 

Regular meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. at Case International, 119 N Wahsatch Ave, Colorado Springs, Colorado, as needed. 

2021 Board Meeting Agendas & Packets2021 Board Meeting Minutes
2020 Board Meeting Agendas & Packets2020 Board Meeting Minutes
12-01-2020 Meeting Agenda
11-03-2020 Meeting Agenda
07-30-2020 Meeting Agenda
02-11-2020 Meeting Agenda
12-01-2020 Meeting Minutes
11-03-2020 Meeting Minutes
07-30-2020 Meeting Minutes
02-11-2020 Meeting Minutes
2019 Board Meeting Agendas & Packets2019 Board Meeting Minutes
11-05-2019 Meeting Agenda11-05-2019 Meeting Minutes
Important District Documents
CMMD District Service Area Map
CMMD District Boundary Map
CMMD Service Plan
CMMD Annual Report (2020)
CMMD Transparency Report (2021)
Financial Documents
CMMD 2019 Audit

CMMD 2021 Budget 2020 Amended
CMMD 2020 Budget 2019 Amended
Resolutions
Resolution Concerning Imposition of Capital Facilities Fees (2017)
Election Information
2020 Colorado Special District Election Manual
2020 Election Timeline Visual
Quick Links to Special District Elections
https://cdola.colorado.gov/special-district-elections
Helpful Links and Information on Special Districts:
https://metrodistricteducation.com
https://www.sdaco.org/
https://cdola.colorado.gov/special-districts