Friday, September 25, 2020

NEPCO's Mission

NEPCO serves to facilitate communication and interaction among the member homeowner associations and residential areas of northern El Paso County in order to exchange ideas on topics of common interest to the members, and develop collective responses to the county on issues affecting quality of life. For a more in-depth explanation of NEPCO, read this white paper.

NEPCO's Purpose

NEPCO promotes a community economic, ecological and sociological environment in which a high quality of life can be sustained for constituent associations and their residents. This is accomplished by:

  1. Taking necessary steps, on a nonpartisan basis, to protect the property rights of the member associations.
  2. Encouraging the beautification and planned development and maintenance of northern El Paso County, Colorado, by various governmental agencies as may affect the member associations.
  3. Providing a forum for the free exchange of ideas among, and educational opportunities for, member representatives.
  4. Serving as an area-wide point of contact for interaction with various levels of government and relevant agencies regarding land use matters impacting the quality of life of member associations and of their residents.

NEPCO's Area of Interest

NEPCO's defined area of concern is the portion of Northern El Paso County bounded by North Gate Road to the south, Route 83 to the east, County Line road to the north and the foothills of the Rocky Mountain's Front Range to the west. The graphic below depicts this region:

P.O. Box 714, Monument, CO 80132 -