History

 
The following is a brief history of the North Range Village neighborhood:
 
November 1999 The North Range Village Metropolitan District is created. Its borders encompass the soon-to-be-developed North Range Village and Foxton Village neighborhoods.
July 2000 Commerce City approves the North Range Village subdivision development plan.
 
August 2000 The District issues bonds totaling approximately $2.77 million to finance the build-out of the neighborhood's streets, sidewalks, park, utility lines, perimeter fencing, open space landscaping and storm water drainage infrastructure.

October 2000 The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions of North Range Village (i.e. CC&Rs) is executed and the lots in the neighborhood are annexed into and become subject to the CC&Rs.

The North Range Village Homeowners Association, Inc. is incorporated and assumes responsibility for enforcing the CC&Rs and providing architectural review services to the neighborhood. All homeowners become shareholders in/owners of the Association.

May 2001 Richmond American and Strauss homes begin buying lots from the developer and building and selling homes within the neighborhood.
 
May 2004 North Range LLC begins buying lots from the developer and building and selling homes within the neighborhood.
June 2012 King Soopers opens its doors for business (located at the intersection of 104th Avenue and Chambers Road)
 
May 2014 Three homeowners run and win seats on the District's board.  This is the first time, the District's board is comprised of residents living within the District.
  
November 2015 Ballot Issue 5A passes by a margin of 77% for and 23% against. Ballot Issue 5A was a request by the Metro District to raise annual property tax revenue to $230,000/year, which would allow the District to absorb the operations of the North Range Village HOA and the Foxton Village HOA.
January 2016 The Metro District absorbed the operations of the North Range Village HOA. Consequently, homeowners no longer pay HOA dues (which were $400/year). However, property taxes paid by homeowners to the Metro District increased by a comparable amount.

General NEIGHBORHOOD Statistics


Single-Family Homes
High Low Average
Lot size 0.46 acres 0.12 acres 0.15 acres
Living space (Note A) 2,447 sqft 1,325 sqft 1,728 sqft
Garage size 830 sqft 380 sqft 446 sqft
Basement size 1,662 sqft 336 sqft 738 sqft
Bedrooms 5 rooms 2 rooms 3.1 rooms
Bathrooms 4.5 bathrooms 1.5 bathrooms 2.6 bathrooms
Other Data
# of homes with no basements 144
Homes were constructed between 2001 and 2007
# of developed lots 257
# of undeveloped lots 15

Note A -- Living space data excludes the garage and basement.