Reunion Metro 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 splendid place to live. Park services. Landscaping. The community. Everything matters.
The Reunion Metro District is governed by a seven-member board of directors and managed by CliftonLarsenAllen Government Consulting Services group with an onsite operations staff in place to assure Reunion and the surrounding district remains a happy and healthy community.
Welcome to the Reunion Metro District
We want your experiences living at Reunion to always be their absolute best. Count on the Reunion Metropolitan District and the North Range Metropolitan district to keep you and every resident of Reunion informed and updated on programs, services, and facilities.
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.
For archived District Financial Reports and Board Meeting Minutes, click here.