Gate Access

All vehicles entering the Cordillera community enter through the gatehouses located at the Divide and Ranch. Cordillera gatehouses have two entry lanes and one exit lane. The far right lane is for property owners with electronic access credentials. All other traffic, including property owners who do not have electronic access credentials, should use the lane closest to the gatehouse. Please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through the gate area. Gatehouses are staffed from 5:00am - 1:00am, 365 days per year. Those arriving after hours can request access from the Public Safety patrol officer by using the call box located at each gatehouse in the guest lane.

Property Owner Gate Access

Electronic access to Cordillera is accomplished through the use of Transcore eGo RFID stickers. These stickers are attached to the inside of your windshield, centered near the rear view mirror. These credentials cost $25 each and are non-transferrable. They can be obtained by filling out this application. Once completed, bring your vehicle to the Divide Gate and a Public Safety team member will apply the credential to the windshield for you. Please complete the application before you arrive at the gate. Gate staff cannot accept payment for new or replacement stickers on site. Payment must be completed via the online application.

Vendor Access

Contractors, service providers, property managers, and vendors conducting regular business in Cordillera are required to register their vehicles with Cordillera Public Safety. Each vehicle in a vendor's fleet is required to have an electronic access sticker on its windshield. This allows Cordillera Public Safety to track who is within the community at all times in case of emergency. It also allows Cordillera Public Safety to monitor vendor compliance with posted work/no-work hours and holidays. A Cordillera Community Access account is required for vendors to obtain new electronic access stickers and manage their existing fleet.

Bicycle Access

Bicycles must pre-register with Cordillera for an approved access sticker, affixed to the handlebar or affixed to a plastic ID card carried by the cyclist. When riders come to the gate, the following procedures will be followed:
  • The applicant will complete an electronic application
  • The gate officer will give each rider who has completed an application a bicycle sticker.
  • These stickers do not expire.

Please contact Public Safety at 970-926-1923 or email with any questions.

Employee Access

New and exisitng Cordillera Metro District, Grand Manors, Troon, and APN employees can request new community access credentials by filling out this application.