For at least the third time in a year a neighborhood vandal has cut down several […]
High Prairie Farms Metro District (HPFMD) homeowners As of the first of March this year, the […]
Horse Statue Vandalism Late Saturday night or early Sunday morning the bronze horse statues located on […]

HPFMD Off Duty Traffic Patrols Notice High Prairie Farms and Timbers Residents You may have noticed […]
Now that winter is upon us, this is a friendly reminder about snow removal and resident and homeowner responsibilities. […]
Kudos and job well done to Kenny Black, District property manager and crew for attacking the […]
Attention homeowners and residents of the Timbers and Hight Prairie Farms: The recent rain and hail […]
Hot off the Press! The 2018 HPFMD Newsletter is ready for viewing. Click Here to Read […]
There have been some questions from homeowners about the “Wasting Disease” health situation and whether it […]
Announcement! Douglas County has begun repairing damaged sidewalks and replacing curb ramps with new, ADA compliant […]

About
HPFMD

Mission Statement

HPFMD was established to provide a mechanism for efficiently financing, through the use of tax dollars, the maintenance of parks, open space, medians and assist Douglas County with snow removal, which facilitate and sustain the aesthetics and encourages the growth in the market values of the property in the District such as High Prairie Farms/Timbers Subdivisions.

History

High Prairie Farms Metropolitan District (HPFMD), a quasi-municipal corporation, was organized on May 5, 1986, and is governed pursuant to provisions of the Colorado Special District Act. The District was established to provide public services, including streets, safety protection, transportation and park and recreational facilities.