Realtors, Title Companies, and Prospective Home Buyers

Quarterly fee assessment is $294 due on Jan 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and Oct 1st. Initial fees are pro-rated from closing date to the end of the current quarter. We provide landscaping and maintenance of common areas and amenities; covenant enforcement and architectural design review; trash service; community-wide events; and resident communication.

Community Map

Which homes are in the District?

All homes in the Rockinghorse subdivision in Douglas County Assessor records are part of the Inspiration Metropolitan District. Some homes also belong to the age-restricted portion, Hilltop 55+ at Inspiration, with additional dues of $225 per calendar quarter. Hilltop 55+ residents have access to the private Hilltop Club, which is governed by the Hilltop Club Association. Please contact the Hilltop Club Association directly with questions at [email protected] or 303-627-1063 or via the Hilltop Club Association website.

Architectural Design Review and Residential Improvement Guidelines

Homeowners may start the Design Review application process prior to closing (while under contract). Please review the Residential Improvement GuidelinesContact Sharon Sulzle for questions regarding Architectural Design Review and Covenant Enforcement, 303-351-5411 or [email protected].

Certificate of Insurance

Here is a copy of the Inspiration Metropolitan District Certificate of Coverage (COI) for 2022: IMD Certificate of Insurance 2022

Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions

Inspiration Metropolitan District CC&Rs: Inspiration_CCRS. Please note that Inspiration was formerly known as Rockinghorse.

Meeting Minutes and Governing Documents

Meeting minutes are on our Board Meetings page. Minutes are posted 5-8 weeks after a meeting, after approval at the following meeting. Governance documents can be found on our Governance Documents page. Finance documents including budget, financial statement and reserve study are posted to our Financials page. Financial statements for the prior year are available after audit, typically by mid-year of the following fiscal year. The most recent financial year end statement is from 2020.

Public Records Request Policy

If you require a large amount of documentation to be provided, please read our Public Records Request Policy, as fees may apply.

Snow Removal

Homeowners are responsible for their own snow removal on their property and adjacent sidewalks. The City of Aurora provides snow plowing of streets on a priority basis.

Status Letter

To obtain an final account status letter, please fill out the Status Letter Request form according to the instructions within the document and email it to our billing provider, CLA, at [email protected].

Transfer Fee

A transfer fee in the amount of $500 is charged for every new home sale and every resale. This fee covers the Status Letter.

Utilities

Homeowners are responsible for their own utilities, with the exception of residential trash collection included in District fees. Xcel Energy provides gas and electric service. Comcast and CenturyLink are the main Internet providers. Aurora Water is set up at closing.

Other Questions?

If your question hasn’t been answered here, please send an email to [email protected]