As we shape Cordillera Public Safety’s service model and essential functions to enhance gate security, emergency preparedness and communication, we ask that you take a few minutes to provide critical contact information for yourself, your family and for those who provide services to your property.
This information will used for official communication needs to ensure proper response and notifications especially during incidents that could impact your property, your neighborhood or the whole community.
The information obtained will not be shared or publicized except for Cordillera Metro District and Cordillera Property Owners Association related uses and as related to any emergency response.
For those who own more than one Cordillera property, please complete the form for the primary residence as well as any residence that is occupied either with long term or short term renters so that public safety can reach and assist tenants in an emergency. For those who own lots in addition to the residence, the form only needs to be completed for the primary residence. Please complete the following survey with as much detail as possible. Before you begin, compiling the following items will speed the process:
Please list additional owners.
If this property is owned by a LLC., partnership or trust, please name the entity.
Please list other Cordillera property addresses in the following format: 408 Caterterville Road, 327 Settlers Loop.
Please list persons other than the property owner(s), such as dependents, care takers or tenants, who reside in the home.
Please list the names of additional occupants.
If tenant is selected above, please provide lease information.
(someone outside of your household)
It is the policy of the Cordillera Metro District and the Cordillera Property Owner’s Association that all property owner information is for the exclusive use of the District and Association. This information will not be shared or publicized except for District and Association related use and as related to any emergency response to a property.
1. Before taking any mitigating action, and unless further delay will cause permanent or additional damage to your home, public safety will attempt to contact you, or your representative, at the telephone number listed in this form. If you or your representative cannot be contacted immediately, public safety is authorized to take reasonable mitigating action and to contact you as soon as possible. It is your responsibility to ensure that your contact information is correct with the district office. 2. You grant public safety the right to enter, forcibly if necessary, and/or remain on the premises for as long as they believe is reasonably necessary to respond to the emergency and/or to take actions that will mitigate damage to your home and property. This may include contracting for outside emergency service personnel, such as plumbers, electricians or flood and fire restoration experts, on your behalf. You will be responsible for all costs associated with services contracted by public safety for you. 3. You agree to release, relieve, discharge and hold harmless Cordillera Metropolitan District and Cordillera Property Owners Association from any and all responsibility and liability, whether for personal injury, property damage or otherwise, arising out of or in connection with the actions contemplated in this Release and Right to Enter. 4. If you do not indicate authorization and provide an electronic signature for this Release and Right to Enter, it will be considered a refusal for public safety to act on your behalf in an emergency situation.
If you select the option authorizing public safety to act on your behalf during an emergency, then an electronic signature is required below.
By typing your name into this field you authorize the Cordillera Metro District to consider this an electronic signature.
Do you or someone in your household have any medical conditions that emergency response personnel should be aware (i.e. allergic reactions to insect bites/stings, diabetes, respiratory problems, heart condition, high blood pressure, adverse reaction to medicine)?
Are you or anyone in your household reliant on portable oxygen?
Are you or anyone in your household reliant on medical equipment that requires electricity?
Please provide a list of service contractors that frequent your property i.e. landscapers, snow plow contractors, cleaning services, window washers, pet care providers, etc.
Decisions to send emergency notifications, including the decision to initiate evacuations, will come from emergency services agencies such as the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) and/or Eagle River Fire Protection District (ERFPD). Public safety agencies rely on EC Alert to keep citizens safe and informed.
EC Alert is an alert notification system to immediately contact you during urgent or emergency situations with useful information and updates by sending text messages to your devices: e-mail account, cell phone, pager, and/or VoIP phone. EC Alert is your personal connection to real-time updates, instructions on where to go, what to do or what not to do, who to contact, and other important information. EC Alert is the primary means of communication for Eagle County emergency services and Cordillera property owners are strongly encouraged to sign up for ECAlert. EC Alert registration is free. Your carrier may charge you a fee to receive alerts on your wireless device and you will not be reimbursed by Cordillera or Eagle County.
CMD and CPOA will utilize traditional mail and email to send information on current activities and important community information to property owners. Please let us know if you would like to be included in the email list.
Note: If you have previously unsubscribed from the email list, you will receive an email requesting your re-subscription.
The Cordillera Property Owners Association periodically prepares a Directory of Cordillera property owners. If you would like to be included in the Cordillera Directory, please indicate your preference below. The following information will be included in the directory: Owners' Names, Cordillera Address, Primary Mailing Address, Owners' Cellphone Numbers, Owners' Email Addresses. You are not obligated to provide any information for the Directory and will only be included if you authorize such inclusion. All Cordillera property owners may receive a copy of the Directory even if they are not included in the Directory.
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