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The Second Creek Farm Neighborhood

The Second Creek Farm neighborhood is a covenant-controlled single family home neighborhood located about 1/4 mile south of the intersection of 104th Avenue and Tower Road in Commerce City. The neighborhood is comprised of 923 single family homes constructed between 2020 and 2025. The home builder for this neighborhood is LGI Homes.

The neighborhood is serviced by two metro districts and an HOA. Second Creek Farm Metropolitan District No 2 (the District) encompasses two non-contiguous sections of the Second Creek neighborhood: (1) 172 homes between E 89th Place and E 88th Avenue and (2) 240 homes between E 93rd Place and E 96th Ave.

The neighborhood is approximately four miles from a King Soopers superstore and a Walgreens, seven miles from the Denver International Airport and 1.6 miles from the E-470 Highway.

Second Creek Farm Metropolitan District No 2

Second Creek Farm Metropolitan District No 2 (the District) is a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado. The District's boundaries wholly encompass the Second Creek Farm neighborhood and the District's board of directors are elected solely by Colorado registered voters living and/or owning property within the Second Creek Farm neighborhood.

In 2019, the District entered into a capital pledge agreement with Second Creek Farm Metropolitan District No 3 (SCFMD3) where the District has agreed to levy a debt mill levy and remit the property tax revenues from such collections to the Bond Trustee for SCFMD3's 2019 bonds. The amount of voter-authorized debt used by the District under this agreement is equal to the debt mill levy revenue actually collected by the District and total property tax revenue collected under the District's debt mill levy shall not exceed the voter-authorized borrowing limits allowed by the voters. 

The Second Creek Farm Homeowners Association (HOA) provides the following services to the neighborhood: (1) maintaining the open spaces and recreational facilities within the neighborhood, (2) monitoring and enforcing the neighborhood's restrictive covenants and maintenance standards applicable to every lot and (3) providing architectural review services in accordance with the neighborhood's restrictive covenants and architectural guidelines. The District also collects property taxes to repay the debt that was incurred several years ago to finance the roads, utility lines and other public infrastructure within the neighborhood.

Metro District Board Meeting Schedule
November 27, 2023
(Monday)
Regular board meeting [Agenda]
Public Hearing 2024 Budget
November 27, 2023
(Monday)
Annual Townhall meeting [Agenda]
Meeting starts at 7:00pm 
March 25, 2024 (Monday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
meeting will be held at
Bison Ridge Recreation Center
(13905 E 112th Ave Commerce City, CO 80022) 
July 09, 2024 (Tuesday) Special board meeting [Agenda]
Online only
July 30, 2024
(Tuesday)
Special board meeting [Agenda]

November 25, 2024
(Monday)
Regular board meeting [Agenda]
Public hearing 2025 Budget
November 25, 2024
(Monday)
Annual Townhall meeting [Agenda]
Meeting starts at 7:00pm
All board meetings are open to the public and (unless noted otherwise) will be held in the conference room at the South Adams County Fire Station #8 (10326 Waldon Street Commerce City, CO 80022) at 6:00pm.
 

 

Trash Service
  Commerce City provides weekly trash pick-up service to the neighborhood through its contractor - Waste Management. Any questions or concerns about trash service should be directed to Waste Management at (800) 482-6406.

Additional information about your trash service can be found in the following flyer published by the City:

Trash Service Flyer
 

Notice Re. Metropolitan District Homeowner’s Rights Task Force (House Bill 23-1105)

House Bill 23-1105 (HB23-1105) created the Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Forces with its members to be appointed by November 1, 2023. The purpose of the task force is to examine issues regarding homeowners’ rights and to perform other duties as noted in the new law. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force will review, among other matters, tax levying authority and practices, foreclosure practices, communications with homeowners and governance policies. If you have any questions about the Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force, please reach out to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies or visit their website at https://dora.colorado.gov.






  
Important Dates to Remember
 
Trash pick-up is provided by Commerce City and occurs weekly on Friday. If a holiday occurs on a Monday of any given week, trash pick-up service is moved back one day to Saturday.

South Adams County Water & Sanitation District shuts off the irrigation water supply between October 15th and April 15th each year. (All District residents' sprinkler systems are hooked into the irrigation water system.)