Metropolitan districts are quasi-governmental entities with taxing authority that are used to finance necessary public infrastructure and services that the City cannot otherwise provide. A metro district is a type of special district derived from Colorado's Special District Act. (Title 32, Article 1, Colorado Revised Statutes)
The City of Loveland's Metropolitan District Service Plan Model, Policy, and Disclosure Agreement, in addition to the standard provisions of a Metropolitan District Service Plan, identifies 12 requirements or conditions for City Council to consider, ensuring that a proposed district has sufficient financial support to complete public improvements while limiting the financial impact on future residential homeowners.
The information provided in this table are links to DOLA's Active Colorado Local Governments website.
To view a district's audited financial statements, click on the district under the Filings column, then on the DOLA page click the Finance tab. To view the district's budget, click on the district under the Filings column, then the Budget tab.
To receive the most recent information for any of these districts click on the Contacts tab on the DOLA page and the Transparency Notice and contact the district's principal business office.