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The Aberdeen Metropolitan District

The Aberdeen Metropolitan District (the District) is a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado. The District was created in 2003 for the purpose of financing the installation of public infrastructure within the District including roads, sidewalks, utilities, storm water drainage systems, recreational facilities and parks and open spaces. The District also provides various services to its residents including the following:

(1) maintenance of parks and open spaces
(2) maintenance of recreational facilities
(3) water supply services to multi-family housing units

The District is primarily funded from property taxes paid to the District from owners of land and residential units located within the District.

The District's boundaries encompass approximately 289 acres of land. As of December 2018, the breakdown of land use within the District is as follows:

(1) 11 acres (or 4%) is developed or in the process of being developed,
(2) 242 acres (or 84%) is zoned for agricultural use,
(3) 15 acres (or 5%) is owned by Commerce City, and
(4) 21 acres (or 7%) is platted for residential development. 

The Bonnyview Neighborhood

The Bonnyview at Aberdeen neighborhood is comprised of 40 condominium units located on the west side of Peoria Street (north of 104th Avenue). These condominium units were constructed by Amber Communities between 2006 and 2008. Homeowners in the Bonnyview neighborhood are members of the Bonnyview HOA, which is responsible for maintaining and insuring the condominium unit structures.

Metro District Board Meeting Schedule
January 22, 2024
Special board meeting [Agenda]
March 05, 2024 
Regular board meeting [Agenda]
May 07, 2024
Regular board meeting [Agenda]
July 09, 2024 
Regular board meeting [Agenda
Online meeting
September 10, 2024
Regular board meeting [Agenda]
Online meeting
October 29, 2024
Regular board meeting [Agenda]
(Public hearing on 2025 budget)
October 29, 2024
Annual Townhall meeting [Agenda] 
All board meetings are open to the public and (unless noted otherwise) will be held in the Aberdeen Clubhouse (10610 Paris St Henderson, CO 80640) at 6:00pm. 
online via video conference at the following location: https://meet.goto.com/district_meeting_room_04 Members of the public may also participate via phone using the dial-in number (571) 317-3112 and access code #408-372-877).

Neighborhood Rules & Restrictions
The Aberdeen neighborhood is a covenant-controlled community. The rules and restrictions are embodied in three documents - the Declaration, the Architectural Guidelines and the Covenant Enforcement Policy.

The Declaration
The Declaration contains the basic covenants and restrictions for Aberdeen. Section 19(i) of the Declaration assigns powers to the HOA Board to establish rules and regulations for the neighborhood. Article 28 of the Declaration establishes various restrictions on the use and maintenance of Units within Aberdeen. Some of these restrictions are explicit and some are not - but the Declaration allows all rules to interpreted and clarified by the HOA Board. Any changes to the Declaration must be approved by a vote of the homeowners.

Click HERE to go to the document library to download a copy of the Declaration document.

Architectural Guidelines
The Architectural Guidelines provides guidelines, standards, rules, regulations and procedures for installing, removing or modifying improvements on and around homeowners' Units. The HOA is responsible for updating and changing the Architectural Guidelines.

Click HERE to go to the webpage where you can download a copy of the Architectural Guidelines.

Covenant Enforcement Policy
To ensure homeowners comply with the rules, restrictions and standards established by the Declaration and the Architectural Guidelines, the HOA Board has established covenant enforcement policies and procedures. These policies and procedures document the HOA Board's written course of action for enforcing the rules, restrictions and standards established in the Declaration and the Architectural Guidelines. The HOA Board may change its enforcement policies and procedures as it deems necessary.

Click HERE to download a copy of the HOA Board's covenant enforcement policies and procedures.


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This link will take you to the
District's Bank's website

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.



Trash Service

Commerce City provides weekly trash pick-up service to the neighborhood through its contractor - Republic Services. Any questions or concerns about trash service should be directed to Republic Services at (303) 286-1200.

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

Trash Service Flyer
Important Dates to Remember
Trash pick-up is provided by Commerce City and occurs weekly on Wednesdays. If a holiday occurs on a Monday of any given week, trash pick-up service is moved back to Thursday.

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.)