Cordillera Metro District

Meetings


  • 9 a.m.
  • The third Friday of every third month.
  • Cordillera Administration Building*
    408 Carterville Road
    Large Conference Room
    Cordillera, CO 81632
  • *Unless otherwise posted on the agenda

Cordillera Metro District Agendas, Packets & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Members


JudyMcBride
Judith G. McBride, President
Term to May 2018
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Vacant Vice President
David Davis Resigned his
position March 2018

BobEgan
Robert Egan, Tresurer
Term to May 2018
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DavidBentley
David Bentley, Secretary
Term to May 2018
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KittyGeorge 
Kitty George, Assistant
Treasurer/Assistant Secretary
Term to May 2020
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About the District


Governance


The Cordillera Metropolitan District (CMD) - a quasi-governmental entity - is charged with the operations and maintenance of Cordillera including public safety, administration, community operations, roads, snow removal, trail maintenance, capital projects and the Cordillera Equestrian Center. 

In Colorado, metro districts are classified as "special" and include fire and ambulance districts. Developers of new housing developments use metro districts as a financing tool to cover costs associated with building infrastructure. Special districts in Colorado are regulated by state and county governments and are required to file plans outlining the services the metro district will provide and the parameters within which it will operate. CMD levies taxes that are used to repay outstanding debt (bonds) and finance annual operating budgets.

Mission, Vision & Values


CMD Mission


To build and maintain an outstanding infrastructure and provide community services in a fiscally prudent manner while being thoughtful, careful stewards of our land to preserve and protect its beauty.

CMD Vision


CMD will build and maintain an outstanding infrastructure to support its residents' lifestyle. Our staff is professional, highly trained and committed to the community. The district is a model for working cooperatively with all Cordillera governing bodies as well as other Vail Valley governing entities.

CMD Values


  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Communication
  • Creativity
  • Community
  • Excellence
  • Transparency
  • Fiscal Prudence

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