The Inverness Metropolitan Improvement District was formed in 1980 and has been instrumental in the development of recreational, traffic and common area infrastructure for the Inverness Park. The District owns and maintains the John Derry Park recreational amenity. The District works with local jurisdictions – Arapahoe County, Douglas County and Centennial to maintain the roads, traffic signals, signage, and common area landscaping within the Inverness Park. Inverness was originally designed as a suburban business park, contained few sidewalks and did not have any residential construction until 2005. The District participated in the construction of the Dry Creek and County Line pedestrian bridges connecting the park to the Denver RTD Light Rail stations. The District has also added over 5 miles of sidewalks and pathways to improve pedestrian connections within the park and to the light rail stations.
The dates for the upcoming board meetings are below and have been set to meet at the District office: 58 Inverness Drive East, Suite 100, Englewood, CO 80112. The Board meets every other month in February, April, June, August, October, and December on the first Thursday at 3pm at the District offices.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTIFICATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The District is governed by a 5 member board of directors. Directors must be registered voters that are residents or property owners within the District. In the event of a board vacancy, the existing Directors can appoint a temporary director to serve until the next regularly scheduled election. Contact the Board at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next election will be held May 2025.
The District is managed by Mulhern MRE, Inc, ("MMRE"). MMRE's staff has provided management, administration, engineering, planning, design, construction management, customer service and financial management for many years. The maintenance team, under the direction of MMRE performs a complete range of services for District's right-of-ways, streets and the John Derry Memorial Park. At times, contractors are used for special projects or when workload exceeds staff resources.
Go to the "Reports/Forms" menu tab for District financial reports and audits.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN the
Inverness Metro Improvement District and the Inverness Water and Sanitation District District.
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Phone: 303-649-9857 * Fax: 303-414-0671
58 Inverness Drive East, Suite 100, Englewood CO 80112 * Office Open Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, closed weekends & holidays