Nestled in the rolling hills, this master planned development is approximately twenty miles south east of Denver and only seven miles from the heart
Incredible mountain views, three community parks, playgrounds, a pool with clubhouse, an extensive trail system for hiking and biking, and numerous
The Conservatory Metropolitan District is established under, and operates in accordance with, Colorado Revised Statutes. For an overview of Colorado’s Metropolitan District laws, rules and regulations, please consider the following links:
In 2017 the District began working with the City of Aurora (the “City”) to commission and install public art within the community. The City requires developers to provide public art within new communities. For Conservatory, the City collected and set aside $72,000 for this purpose pursuant to a development agreement with Lennar. A Public Art Selection Committee comprised of District representatives, a homeowner within the District, and City representatives reviewed 61 entries from local and regional artists in response to its Call for Entries published in April 2017. The committee narrowed its selections to four finalists. Presentations to the District's Board of Directors and the Community occurred at the September 18, 2017 Board Meeting. At that time the entry presented by Madeline Wiener, Sculpture Artist, was selected. Ms. Wiener was commissioned to create two large interactive stone sculptures and two stone benches (resembling stacked books), which have now become an interactive seating area at the intersection of South Conservatory Parkway and South Jericho Way across from the Aurora Frontier P-8 School. The dedication ceremony marking the completion of the project was held on May 20, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. Thank you to all the residents who were able to attend.
Capturing the beauty and tranquility of the Colorado Plains
The Conservatory Metropolitan District (the "District") is a special district organized in accordance with Title 32 of of the Colorado Revised Statutes. It is a public entity which is authorized to own, operate and maintain public improvements and impose taxes and/or fees to pay for such services and improvements. The area within the District encompasses the Conservatory at the Plains community (approximately 490 acres of land).
The District was formed in December 2001 for the purposes of financing, constructing and maintaining public improvements for the community. Improvements acquired or constructed by the District include water and wastewater facilities, streets, park and recreation facilities and other essential improvements needed for the area.
The District provides common and native area grounds maintenance on District tracts. See the Landscaping Map for specific areas of responsibility. This maintenance includes, but is not limited to: landscaping and irrigation; snow removal on arterial street sidewalks and walks adjoining the parks and open space; maintenance of community walls, fencing and monumentation; as well as maintenance of Doggie Pot Stations and mail kiosks. These services are paid for through your yearly property tax assessment.
The District has a five-member Board of Directors. The Directors are elected to staggered four-year terms. Anyone who is a registered voter, resides within the District, or who owns or whose spouse owns taxable property within the boundaries of the District is eligible to serve on the Board of Directors. The District's Board of Directors currently meets the third Monday of every month, at 9:00 a.m. at the Saddle Rock South Clubhouse, located at 6800 S. Liverpool Street, Suite A, Aurora, Colorado.
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