C.R.S. Section 29-25-115
Dissolution procedure

Any district organized pursuant to this article may be dissolved pursuant to the resolution, ordinance, or contract creating the district or pursuant to the provisions of this section. Under this section, any such district may be dissolved after notice is given, publication is made, and a hearing is held in the manner prescribed by sections 29-25-105 and 29-25-106. The dissolution of the district may be initiated by filing in the office of the clerk of the governing body or bodies either a petition signed by the persons described in section 29-25-105 (2) or, in the case of a district that has not filed an operating plan as required by section 29-25-110 for two years, a resolution of the governing body or bodies. After hearing any protests against or objections to dissolution and if the governing body or bodies determines that it is for the best interests of all concerned to dissolve the district, the body or bodies shall so provide by an effective resolution or ordinance, a certified copy of which shall be filed in the office of the county clerk and recorder in each of the counties in which the district or any part of the district is located. Upon such filing, the dissolution shall be complete. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, upon petition of persons who own real or personal property in the service area of the proposed district having a valuation for assessment of not less than fifty percent of the valuation for assessment of all real and personal property in the service area of the proposed district and who own at least fifty percent of the acreage in the proposed district, the district shall impose its existing taxes solely to meet any existing financial obligations, and shall be dissolved as soon as the district has no outstanding financial obligations.

Source: Section 29-25-115 — Dissolution procedure, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-29.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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