No, it’s simply a county road tax.
The FSRD sets its own tax levy, which is currently 14% less than Jefferson County Public Works rate.
No, this is the responsibility of the property owner. FSRD only maintains culverts that run under a maintained roadway.
The property owner must fill out a driveway permit and submit it to the Superintendent of FSRD for approval. There is no cost but the permit has a 60 day expiration date. Note: If the new or existing access will be used for commercial or subdivision use, a sealed engineered.
FSRD is governed by 3 elected officials from the district, each with a 3 year term.
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