About Doing Business
Are you looking to develop within the District? Whether it is developing Industrial, Commercial, Residential, or just to remodel your existing property. Please see below for more information on developing in the District, our submittal policies, and fees.
The Development Department is responsible for reviewing, coordinating, and overseeing the
construction of water and wastewater utilities throughout the District, as well as maintaining
the District’s mapping systems and performing utility locates on facilities owned and operated
by the District. The District is divided into two main areas. These areas are identified as either
the General Service Area (GSA) or the General Improvement District (GID). Click here to see
a map of the District
The General Service Area is mainly the original core section of the District. The GSA
Boundaries are E. 112th Ave. to the North, Sand Creek to the South, Hwy 2 South to
Quebec Street to the East, and the South Platte River to the West. Click here to see more
The General Improvement District Area would be mainly the Northern properties outside the
GSA. Please see the map and development flow charts for these areas. Click here to see
more GID information.
Information regarding property classification within the District may be obtained by contacting
the Development Review Group at 720-206-0590.
Notes, Approved Materials List, Development Checklist, and GIS Requirements. Click below
on hyperlinks to print out needed information.
Standards and Specifications
Approved Materials List
Rules and Regulations
Obtain a printable version of the District’s Rules and Regulations. Click here to print the Rules
You will need to submit a New Customer Service Form to the Customer Service Department
located at the Main Office at 6595 E. 70th Ave. Commerce City, Co. 80022 (303-288-2646)
Are you building a new building for industrial, commercial, mixed use development, or
purchasing or leasing an existing building that you will remodel and require a building permit?
You will need to submit two full size sets of plans including (site utilities, Architectural floor
plans and plumbing plans, industrial pretreatment details, and landscape/irrigation plans) along
with a completed Service Application with original signatures. Incomplete applications and
drawings will be returned to the applicant and the request for service will be denied until the
application is re-submitted and approved by the District.
According to the District’s Rules and Regulations in order to provide public water and
wastewater services to customers, properties that are not already Included in the District must
Petition for Inclusion into the District’s Service Boundaries, and convey all groundwater rights
for that property (including wells) to the District.
New Customer Service Form