About Metropolitan Districts

General Information

Special District Association

The Special District Association of Colorado (SDA) is a statewide membership organization created in 1975 to serve the interests of the special district form of local government in Colorado. You can search for annual transparency notices on this website.

Colorado Department of Local Affairs – Active Colorado Local Governments

This is a website where you can search by the name of the metropolitan district to find information such as budgets, audits, directors’ information and terms, election materials, maps, and the service plan.

Metro District Education Coalition

MDEC serves as a resource on how metropolitan districts work.

Election Information

Colorado Department of Local Affairs – Election Forms

This is a website where you can find metropolitan district election forms, such as self-nomination forms.

Financial Information

Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA)

EMMA is designated by the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission as the official source for municipal securities data and disclosure documents. This is a website where you can search for information regarding debt issued a metropolitan district.

Office of the State Auditor

This is a website where you can search for audits or audit exemptions filed by a metropolitan district. Unless the metropolitan district is exempt (for example, the metropolitan district is inactive or has only nominal activity before development has commenced), the metropolitan district must undergo an annual financial audit by an independent auditor.


Colorado Information Marketplace Map

This is a website where you can search for metropolitan districts using a map similar to Google maps. Clicking on a metropolitan district will provide a link to more information.

Jefferson County Treasurer

This is a website where you can search properties by address or owner name to find a detailed tax statement identifying which metropolitan district the property is located in.