Fun(ish) Fact Friday: What's a metro district and why does Colorado have them?? Metropolitan Districts, also known as metro districts are a limited form of government that are managed privately, with their own Board. Metro districts have the right to tax residents to fund public infrastructure…think streets and sewer lines. Metro districts are similar to a school or fire district and are established, typically by developers, to finance the infrastructure needed to support a new subdivision or development. A metropolitan district has various limited financial powers including the power to tax and/or assess fees for the services it provides. This cost is then passed on to homeowners on their annual property tax bill. If these public infrastructure costs were included in the price of each home, many residents would be priced out of the market. Instead, metro districts spread these costs out over time, and the residents of the metro district repay the incurred development costs through long-term property tax payments. Metro districts are separate from the local Town government and the taxes generated do not come to the Town. For more information check out the Town of Mead's Glossary of Terms at: https://www.townofmead.org/finance/page/glossary-terms
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Adams Avenue (WCR 32) will be closed for two months due to bridge reconstruction…
Adams Avenue (WCR 32) will be closed for two months due to bridge reconstruction. Weather permitting, this closure will start September 28 and continue through November. Local traffic will be permitted and detour routes for through traffic will be provided. The Adams Avenue bridge over the Upper Highland Ditch is located approximately 1500 ft west of 3rd Street (WCR 7), and immediately east of Grace Way. Residents of Grace Way will need to utilize access from the west.
This road work is being conducted by the Sorrento Development as part of their road improvement requirements. We appreciate your patience during this time.
FUN FACT FRIDAY: Is there a lost dog wandering around your street?? Are your nei…
FUN FACT FRIDAY: Is there a lost dog wandering around your street?? Are your neighbors weeds so high it's blocking your view of the Twin Sisters Peaks?? Well breathe a sigh of relief because we have a new Community Service Officer! CSO Amber Burtis is a long-time Mead resident and will be taking the reins on code enforcement and animal control. She has a Bachelor's in Criminal Justice and previously worked in Safety and Security for the St. Vrain Valley School District. Amber plans to focus on working with residents and the community to ensure Mead remains an exceptional small town. In her downtime, CSO Burtis enjoys working out and heading to the shooting range. In fact, she use to be a Certified Pistol Instructor 😲😲. Join us in welcoming Community Service Officer Amber Burtis to the Mead Police Department!!
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