Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver would like to prompt citizens to be aware of the unseasonably warm weather and the threat of Wildfire.

Recently Douglas County has had three brush fires over the past several weeks. Fortunately, because of the fast acting emergency services, the fires were extinguished without injury or loss of property.

At this time no fire restrictions are in place, however we implore all citizens to be responsible and aware. Restrictions are constantly being reviewed and if current conditions continue, restrictions will most likely be imminent.

We are asking for you to be mindful and prepared!

Consider making an emergency evacuation plan to include

Consider your pets and large animals

Consider access and functional needs issues

Sign up for special needs registry.

Sign up for CodeRED Emergency Mass notifications and sign up all electronic devices

With the loss of power, consider all potential issues to include how you will open your automatic garage door without electricity.

For additional information on preparedness please go to:




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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.


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.