Master Plan and Land Use Map
The Community Master Plan Preserves And Enhances The Area’s Natural Resources And Terrain, From Spectacular Views Of Pikes Peak, To The Wetlands.
The new urban West community design of Wolf Ranch includes a diverse collection of America’s favorite home styles, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods and gracious, tree-lined boulevards with roundabouts to slow the traffic.
The Wolf Ranch Community Charter sets forth structure and standards for development, expansion, administration, maintenance and preservation for the entire community.
The Wolf Ranch Owners Association will provide the governance for the community, including architectural review. The management company is Warren Management Group.
Wolf Ranch is in the Upper Cottonwood Creek Metropolitan District, which operates with the Old Ranch Metropolitan District pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement between the Districts. The purpose of the
Districts is to assist in the financing of major infrastructure in and adjacent to Wolf Ranch. The Districts will also be responsible for operation and maintenance of the Wolf Ranch Recreation Centers, the lake, the Briargate and Research entry parks and landscaping, and the Wolf Ranch trail system.
The District mill levy is 50 mills and will be included in property tax statements. There are 1,982 acres including 100 acres for schools; 27 acres of commercial use; 39 acres of mixed-use development; 1,438 acres of residential development; more than 300 acres for parks and open space; and over 10 miles of trails in Wolf Ranch.
Property tax structure is approximately 128 mills, including the 50 mills referenced above under “Metropolitan Districts.”
To learn more about the Old Ranch Metropolitan District, visit www.OldRanchMetroDistrict.org
- Utilities – City of Colorado Springs Utilities
- Trash is managed through the HOA – Bestway Disposal
- Recycling service is available for a separate additional charge
- Bestway Disposal
- Telephone – Century Link
- Hi-speed Internet/Cable/HDTV – Comcast
Academy School District 20 schools offer more choices than ever before, including charter schools and private academies for specialized studies.
Per Colorado Springs city code 10.5.102: Where speed limits are not posted, and where no special hazard exists, the following speed shall be lawful: twenty five (25) miles per hour on streets and highways and fifteen (15) miles per hour in alleys.