General Information on Title 32-1 Special Districts
Special Districts in Colorado are local governments, i.e., political subdivisions of the state, which make up a third level of government in the United States. (The federal and state governments are the other two levels.) Local governments include counties, municipalities (cities and towns), school districts, and other types of government entities such as "authorities" and "special districts."
Colorado Opens Records Act (CORA)
- Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) 2002
The Colorado Open Records Act "CORA" requires that most public records be available to the public. A "public record" includes most writings made, maintained, or kept by our office. However, there are some exceptions concerning records made available under CORA.
Anyone can request public records in the possession of a government office, including the Secretary of State's office. The Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) is a series of laws designed to guarantee that the public has access to the records of government bodies at all levels in Colorado. Cordillera Valley Club Metro District adopted their resolution (below) on July 15, 2014.
Special Districts: A Brief Review
- A Brief Review for Prospective Homeowners...as prepared by DOLA 2009
Prospective residential property owners may have questions about special districts because of disclosure statements about "special taxing districts" which appear on various documents related to the sale and purchase of residential real property. This brief review provides information about the purposes, taxing authority and financial status of special districts to prospective residential property owners.
This document is not to be construed, in any way, as legal advice about special districts, in general, or about any specific district.
If you have a problem with a dog within CVC, please report your incident with the CVC Security at the gatehouse. You are also encouraged to file a complaint with Animal Services at 970-328-3647 or download the form below. To use the form fill in the information requested in the highlighted blocks and save the completed document to your desktop or other drive, then email it to [email protected]. If you have pictures regarding the incident you would like to include, please attach them to the same email. You may also print the form, fill it out and fax to 970-328-2442.
- Citizen Incident Report Form 2002
Once your Citizen Incident Report is received by the county, the complaint will be assigned to an officer and they will begin making contacts concerning the complaint. Please be as detailed as possible including day, date and time, along with specific descriptions of the incident, dog, etc. This document becomes a legal statement in case the complaint needs to go as far as the court system.