Notice of hearing on petition
(1)Immediately after the filing of a petition created pursuant to section 37-46-112, the court, by order, shall fix a place and time, not less than sixty-three days nor more than ninety-one days after the petition is filed, for a hearing on the petition, and the clerk of the court shall provide notice by publication, which may be substantially the same as provided in section 37-8-101, of the petition and of the time and place of the hearing on the petition. The clerk of the court shall also send the notice by United States first-class mail or by electronic service using the e-filing system of the judicial department to the board of county commissioners of each of the counties having territory within the proposed subdistrict and, if the petition is filed by landowners, and not by the board of directors, to the board of directors of the district.
(2)The district court in and for the county in which the petition for the organization of a subdistrict has been filed, for all purposes of this article, except as otherwise provided in this article, thereafter shall maintain and have original and exclusive jurisdiction coextensive with the boundaries of said subdistrict of lands and other property proposed to be included in said subdistrict or affected by said district, without regard to the usual limits of its jurisdiction.
(3)No judge of such court wherein such petition is filed shall be disqualified to perform any duty imposed by this article by reason of ownership of property within any subdistrict or proposed subdistrict or by reason of ownership of any property that may be benefited, taxed, or assessed therein.
Section 37-46-113 — Notice of hearing on petition,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-37.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).