Metropolitan Districts and Owners Association
to the Cornerstone Metropolitan Districts & Owners Association
Cornerstone is a 4,800 acre mountain golf course community located in the heart of the San Juan mountains of Colorado. It has multiple entities that serve the community, including two Metropolitan Districts and an Owners Association. A brief description of the duties of each entity is shown below; additional information for each entity is available within each section of the site.
District No. 1 is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the public infrastructure within the community, which center around the operation of the roads and domestic water and sanitary sewer. The District is also responsible for public safety within the community including controlling access into the community.
Water and sanitary sewer operations are funded through the imposition of user fees while the public safety and general operating costs of the District, including road plowing and maintenance, are funded through property taxes received from District No. 2.
Directors may also assess an operations fee if property tax revenue is not sufficient to find current needs.
District No. 2 is responsible for levying property taxes to fund both the general operations of District No. 1 as well as payments related to the debt issued by District No. 2 to finance the installation costs of the infrastructure
The Owners Association is primarily responsible for common area maintenance, wildlife preservation, and covenant enforcement. The Association is funded through annual dues which are paid by each lot within the community.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the meetings of both the Metropolitan Districts and the Association.
10:00 AM the 4th Monday of each month from Jan through October and at 10:00 AM the 3rd Monday of each month for November and December.
The Districts are scheduled to meet monthly the fourth Monday of the months January through October and the third Monday of the months November and December, 10:00 am. Additional meetings may be held as needed to address specific issues in-between regularly scheduled meetings.
The Board of the Association meets on a weekly basis if needed.
The last annual member’s meeting was held March 30th, 2020. To view a draft of the minutes of the 2020 annual meeting click on the link titled Meeting Minutes. Note that these minutes are in draft form and subject to change until approved at the next members meeting.
The next annual member’s meeting is scheduled for the first quarter of 2021. Click on the link to the side for the Notice of Meeting and other meeting related material.
Members will receive notice when the definitive date and time has been determined.