Resulting from the Cordillera Community Survey, Cordillera Metro District developed new gate access procedures with a focus on maximizing community safety, security and emergency preparedness.
The new procedures include a TransCore eGo gate access system which manages access to the community via the Ranch and Divide gates through identification of all vehicles entering and exiting the community.
TransCore eGo stickers will be issued and programmed to allow access to the neighborhoods by members of the public who enter the community on a regular basis including contractors, service providers, property managers, employees, Club at Cordillera members, All Points North clients and real estate brokers. The stickers will be programmed to record vehicle information in the guest lane for non-property owners as they access the community on specific days and times for each constituency. CMD’s goal is to facilitate access to the community while simultaneously advancing community security.
With the new TransCore system, property owner gate access with license plate readers and white transponders will continue unchanged. Please ensure your information remains current at the Cordillera Administration Office.
Both license plate readers and transponders expire when the battery life is exhausted. When this occurs, property owners can purchase an eGo sticker which will be programed with the same functionality as the license plate readers and transponders allowing for 24/7 access to the Divide and Ranch neighborhoods and access to Cordillera Valley Club 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. There is a one-time $25 fee per vehicle for eGo stickers versus $40 per vehicle for the license plate readers.
Existing proximity cards do not function with the new TransCore system. Property owners with proximity cards can turn them in at the Cordillera Administration Offices for proper disposal.
Day passes will be issued at the gates for property owner guests. Gate staff records vehicle license plate numbers and destinations for every day pass issued.
Communication is underway with members of the public who have previously been issued access to the community. Property owners are asked to remind their contractors and service providers of the new procedures and have them complete the online application or visit the Cordillera Administrative Offices by June 1.
Construction rules and trash regulations are to be followed by construction contractors and landscapers. For a complete list of Construction Rules and Regulations visit the Cordillera website.
As a reminder please follow all traffic laws, including speed limits, when driving. Public safety is committed to safer streets within the community.
Please contact the Cordillera Administration Office at 970-926-1923 or Cordillera Public Safety Director Barry Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.