Welcome to the
Reunion Metropolitan District
Between the Reunion Metropolitan District and North Range Metropolitan Districts, we know the importance of overseeing the day-to-day functions that make Reunion such a great place to live: Park services, Facilities, Landscaping and the Community. Everything matters!
The Reunion Metropolitan District is governed by a five-member board of directors and managed by CLA Government Consulting Services group. There is also an on-site operational staff in place, assuring that Reunion and the surrounding Districts remain a happy and healthy community.
We want your experiences living at Reunion to always be the absolute best. Count on us to keep you and every resident of Reunion informed and updated on programs, services and facilities.
The Reunion Metropolitan District is a governmental subdivision of the State of Colorado providing homeowners and taxpayers these improvements and services:
- Streets and Street Lighting
- Water and Storm Drainage
- Parks and Recreation
- Television Relay and Transmission
- Mosquito Control
- Fire Protection
- Perpetual Maintenance
The North Range Metropolitan Districts were established to finance the construction of the infrastructure to serve the community. Likewise, it also funds operation and maintenance of said facilities and infrastructure not covered by the City of Commerce City and South Adams County Water and Sanitation District.
Facilities we assist in operating and maintaining include:
- Reunion Park and other neighborhood parks
- Trails accessing open space
- Landscaping along major roadways
- The Recreation Center
- Alleyways in certain subdivisions
- NR1 Board Members: Roger Japp, Anna Phillips, Susan Good, Thomas Mueller, and Doug Burns
- NR2 Board Members: Tiffanie Graham, Brandon Reed, Aaron (AJ) Heiser, Bruce Rau, Brett Price
- NR3 Board Members: Bruce Rau, Brett Price, Kelly Leid, Jim Hayes, and Ross Blackmer
- NR4 Board Members: Jeff Kappes, Teresa Kershisnik, Tim Robers, Keith McCann, and Shawn Olsen
- NR5 Board Members: Jeff Kappes, Teresa Kershisnik, Tim Roberts, Keith McCann, and Shawn Olsen
- RMD Board Members: Kelly Leid, Bruce Rau, Brett Price, Teresa Kershisnik, and Tim Roberts
Board Meeting Location and Times
District Board Regular Meetings (RMD, NR1 and NR2) occur at 6:00 PM on the First Tuesdays of February, May, August and November. Board Meetings are held at the Reunion Recreation Center – 17910 East Parkside Drive North.
Scheduled 2020 Board Meetings:
- November 12 at 1:00 p.m. Virtual Special Meeting/2021 Budget Hearing Via Zoom (NR4, NR5)
- NOTICE OF 11-12-20 SPECIAL MEETING-BUDGET HEARING (NR4)
- 11-12-20 Packet (NR4)
- NOTICE OF 11-12-20 SPECIAL MEETING-BUDGET HEARING (NR5)
- 11-12-20 Packet (NR5)
- November 18 at 3:00 p.m. Virtual Special Meeting/2021 Budget Hearing Via Zoom (NR3)
- NOTICE OF 11-18-20 SPECIAL MEETING-BUDGET HEARING (NR3)
- 11-18-20 Packet (NR3)
- November 19 at 3:00 p.m. Virtual Special Meeting/2021 Budget Hearing Via Zoom (RMD, NR1, NR2)
- NOTICE OF 11-19-20 SPECIAL MEETING-BUDGET HEARING VIA ZOOM (NR1)
- 11-19-20 Packet (NR1)
- NOTICE OF 11-19-20 SPECIAL MEETING-BUDGET HEARING VIA ZOOM (NR2)
- 11-19-20 Packet (NR2)
- NOTICE OF 11-19-20 SPECIAL MEETING-BUDGET HEARING VIA ZOOM (RMD)
- RMD 2021 draft budget 11-12-20 If you would like a copy of the entire packet please email Kathy Suazo at [email protected]
District Board Regular Meetings (NR3, NR4 & NR5) occur at 1:00 PM on the Second Thursday of February, May, August and November. Board Meetings are held at Reunion Recreation Center – 17910 East Parkside Drive North.
Understanding Special District Local Government
Under Title 32 of the Colorado Revised Statutes (CRS), Reunion Metro District is known as a “special district”: another form of local government in Colorado working in tandem with counties, cities and towns, school districts, etc. According to this Title, districts were created to serve a public use to promote the health, safety, prosperity, security, general welfare of the district’s inhabitants and people living in Colorado.
The North Range Metropolitan Districts are local governmental entities whose formation, pursuant to Colorado state statutes, was approved by the City of Commerce City. The Districts can levy property taxes and fees to pay for the services they provide in their respective areas. They can also issue tax-exempt municipal bonds to finance their construction of infrastructure at a substantial cost savings to the taxpayers.
RECREATION CENTER FEE REALLOCATION – POOL SURVEY RESULTS
Dear Reunion Residents:
Thanks to the almost 1,300 of you who completed the recent fee survey! Please see the results, attached. The majority of responses favored a credit of approximately $70.00 per household.
Last week the Reunion Board of Directors voted to endorse residents’ preference and to allocate the credit. Those credits will be applied to your accounts in December.
Additionally, in order to be further responsive to the survey results, the Board determined to allocate quarterly fees more heavily toward recreation enhancements per some of the suggestions you all provided in the survey. The $96/year HOA fee will be reallocated 100% to the Rec Center and recreation-related improvements for 2021. Each homeowners’ monthly amount will stay the same at $36.50 ($438/year) but will be dedicated 100% to the Rec Center fund. Project specifics will be outlined in the coming months. Thanks again to those of you who participated in the survey.
All the best to you and yours,
The Reunion MD team
THE REUNION RECREATION CENTER HAS RE-OPENED!!!
As we will follow the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) safety guidelines, we will take a phased approach to the re-opening of the Center. Rules regarding the re-opening of the facility can be found here –CURRENT COVID-19 REUNION RECREATION CENTER RULES. To reserve 1-hour, general workout blocks via Sign up Genius – Click here. We hope to see you all soon!
07.16.20 UPDATE: DUE TO THE GOVERNOR’S RECENT EXECUTIVE ORDER D 2020 138 (MANDATORY STATEWIDE MASK ORDER IN ALL INDOOR PUBLIC PLACES), ALL RECREATION CENTER USERS MUST WEAR A MASK/FACE COVERING. THIS WILL INCLUDE THOSE WORKING OUT. EXECUTIVE ORDER GOES INTO EFFECT JULY 17 AT MIDNIGHT AND CONTINUES FOR 30 DAYS. THIS ORDER MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED.
Notice of Virtual Meetings during COVID-19 –Click here
06.11.20 UPDATE-Events and Recreational Amenities – Click here
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated important questions by our residents. Please visit the link below to some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) in relation to the Reunion Metropolitan District: https://reunionco.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/COVID19-FAQs.pdf
Construction of 112th Avenue (Phase 1) between Chambers Road and Parkside Drive has made significant progress so far in 2020. Utilities and drainage infrastructure are nearly complete across the entire project. This work includes water lines, storm drainage pipes and ponds, burying overhead power lines, fiber line installation, and dry utility relocations. The eastern half of the project is paved with asphalt and the western half will be paved by late summer/early fall. The Chambers and 112th intersection work will commence shortly and will ultimately include a traffic signal that is anticipated to be operational by September or October of this year. Various traffic shifts and one-way traffic will be required throughout the project limits so please use caution and reduce your travel speed through the work zone.
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