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Posted on: December 31, 2018

CMD and CPOA 2018 Annual Report

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 We are pleased to present Cordillera's 2018 Annual Report which highlights this year's key accomplishments on board and community priorities. We hope you enjoy looking back on 2018! 

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Posted on: October 15, 2018

Winter Safety

Winter Safety Tips

A well-equipped vehicle has adequate tires, tire chains, tow rope, sand or cat litter for traction, shovel, tool kit, windshield scraper and brush, battery cables, first aid kit,  flashlight, extra batteries, blankets and/or sleeping bags, extra ...

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Posted on: October 15, 2018

Winter Driving Tips

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Public Safety reminds drivers of simple steps to take when driving on snow-covered and icy roads.  

  • Steer, break and accelerate slowly.
  • Slow down and increase distances between cars.
  • Slow down well before you need to stop as stopping distances are l...
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Posted on: September 5, 2018

Community Survey Final Report


The CMD and CPOA Boards are pleased to present the final results of the 2018 Cordillera Community Survey. Thank you to those who participated in this lengthy and important process. Public input is invaluable to shaping the future of the community. The sur...

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Posted on: August 20, 2018

Annual Meeting Election Results & Presentation

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During the Annual Meeting, several presenters shared information on the following topics.

  • Emergency preparedness and wildfires
  • Community survey results
  • Real estate data
  • Strategic planning
  • Trailhead project
  • Short term rentals
  • Legal update
  • 2019 budget planning

The p...

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Posted on: April 2, 2018

Preventing Problems With Bears is a Community Effort


Bears typically become active in mid-March and are hungry. With a nose that is 100 times more sensitive than humans, a bear can smell food five miles away. Their natural diet consists of grasses, berries, fruits, nuts and plants, but they will resort to p...

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