Welcome to Heritage Todd Creek Metropolitan District
The Metro District is a quasi-governmental entity governed by a five-member Board of Directors. The guiding parameters are legislated by the state of Colorado and the Metro District Service Plan. All homeowners are charged quarterly fees and property taxes by the Metro District. The District maintains community property including internal streets and sidewalks (with snow removal in the winter), landscaping along internal and perimeter roads, perimeter fences, entry access gates, and the various common areas throughout the community.
As a resident of the Heritage Todd Creek Metropolitan District, you are also a member of the Heritage at Todd Creek Master Association. The role and responsibility for each entity is different. Please work with the relevant entity as follows:
Heritage Todd Creek Metropolitan District Heritage Todd Creek Master Association
The Metro District is responsible for:
- Common area maintenance
- Snow removal on streets and common area sidewalks
- Gate maintenance and access
- Pet waste stations
The Master Association is responsible for:
- Clubhouse
- Architectural requests
- Lifestyle (events, committees)

Advance HOA Management, Inc.
(303) 482-2213
After-Hours Emergency:

Note: Must call or email for gate/key access. The Clubhouse staff no longer manages Metro District gates.
or Clubhouse Office
8455 Heritage Drive
Thornton, CO 80602
After-Hours Emergency:

Notice to Metro District Residents:
House Bill 23-1105 was enacted May 24, 2023 by the Colorado Legislature concerning the creation of task forces to examine issues affecting certain HOA homeowners’ and metropolitan district homeowners’ rights. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force is created in the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Real Estate, to examine issues confronting communities that are governed by the board of a metropolitan district, including tax levying authority and practices; foreclosure practices; communication with homeowners regarding metropolitan district processes and homeowners’ rights and responsibilities; and governance policies, including voting and elections.
The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force members are designated representatives as identified in House Bill 23-1105, to be appointed on or before November 1, 2023, by the Chair of the Colorado House of Representatives and by the Office of the Governor; with its first meeting to follow as soon as practicable after all members have been appointed. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force shall prepare an interim report by March 1, 2024, and a final report by June 15, 2024. C.R.S. Section 12-10-226.5(2)(b)(V) states that “A METROPOLITAN DISTRICT SHALL NOTIFY ITS RESIDENTS ABOUT THE TASK FORCE BEFORE THE TASK FORCE HOLDS ITS FIRST MEETING.”
To view the full language of House Bill 23-1105, please visit: https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/2023a_1105_signed.pdf