Election Information

 

 Message from the South Metro/Cunningham Fire Rescue Authority 

The South Metro/Cunningham Fire Rescue Authority (dba “South Metro Fire Rescue”) is a unification of the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District and the Cunningham Fire Protection District effective January 1, 2018. This Fire Authority was formed as the first step to providing fire and emergency medical services through a single, permanently integrated governmental entity.  Currently, with Cunningham Fire Protection District now part of South Metro Fire Rescue, the district services approximately 198 square miles and 278,500 residents in the southern metropolitan area of Denver, including the cities of Castle Pines, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Foxfield, Greenwood Village, Lone Tree, and Parker along with portions of Unincorporated Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.  

BOARD ELECTION INFORMATION

As a Fire Authority, the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District and the Cunningham Fire Protection District each maintain their existing special district governing boards and election laws. See below for Board election information.  
   

Election Information for the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District 

The South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District Board of Directors that represents the citizens, businesses and visitors in the District is composed of 7 eligible electors.  Each director is a resident or property owner within one of 7 director districts, but is elected by all eligible voters in the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District.  

The May 8, 2018 election has been called to fill 3 of the 7 director districts (those seats are currently filled by eligible electors and they will need to seek re-election to continue service). Terms of 4 years have been assigned to each district, and there are no term limits.

If you are an eligible elector in the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District,
please click here for more information.

  

   Election Information for the Cunningham Fire Protection District 

The Cunningham Fire Protection Board of Directors that represents the citizens, businesses and visitors in the district is composed of 5 eligible electors.  Each director is a resident or property owner within the at large district. 

The May 8, 2018 election has been called to fill 4 of the 5 director seats. Three of the elected directors will serve for a term of four years and one Director will serve for a term of two years. 

                                               If you are an eligible elector in the Cunningham Fire Protection District, 
                                                                          please click here for more information.
                                   
  
  
INCLUSION ELECTION INFORMATION

The South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District is considering expanding our borders into the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District. See below for Inclusion election information. 

    
 
                                        Election Information for the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District
 

The South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District Board signed a resolution that recognizes that the inclusion of property within the area identified as Highlands Ranch is beneficial to providing fire protection, ambulance and emergency medical and rescue services, enforcement of fire prevention codes, hazardous materials response, and other emergency services authorized by statute and typically provided by a fire protection district and will be holding an election to include all properties within Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District into the South Metro Fire Rescue boundaries.

 If you are an eligible elector in the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District,
please click here for more information. 

The South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District is considering expanding our borders into the Littleton Fire Protection District. See below for Inclusion election information.  

 Election Information for the Littleton Fire Protection District

The South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District Board recognizes that the inclusion of property within the area identified as the Littleton Fire Protection District is beneficial to providing fire protection, ambulance and emergency medical and rescue services, enforcement of fire prevention codes, hazardous materials response, and other emergency services authorized by statute and typically provided by a fire protection district and will be holding an election to include all properties within the Littleton Fire Protection District into the South Metro Fire Rescue boundaries.

  If you are an eligible elector in the Littleton Fire Protection District,
please click here for more information.