Pan-Ark Estate Metropolitan District

Pan-Ark Estates Metro District was formed in December 2021 and is located in Twin Lakes, CO. Please contact us for more information.

Meeting Notices and Schedule

The Board of Directors will hold a Special Meeting/ Work Session on Thursday, October 26 2023, at 6:30 p.m; 6:15pm Statutory Annual Meeting Notice Meeting Notice can be accessed here.  

Meeting Agenda can be accessed here.


Regular Meeting Schedule:

  • The Board has determined to not hold regular meetings at this time.


District Documents

Please click here to view District documents. Please contact us for any documents not listed.

Board of Directors:

  • Shelley Hall, President, Term Expires – May 2027
  • Kevin Kirsner, Term Expires – May 2025
  • David Galinis, Treasurer, Term Expires – May 2027
  • Joseph Burnham, Secretary, Term Expires – May2025
  • Dell Skluzak, Asst. Secretary, Term Expires – May 2025

To contact the Board of Directors or the Manager, please email or call (970) 484-0101 ext. 955.

2023 Election Information

The Pan-Ark Estates Metropolitan District May 2, 2023, Regular Election has been cancelled.

Please see below for the notice of cancellation For more information, please contact the DEO at 44 Cook Street, Suite 620, Denver, Colorado 80206 or via email

2023 Election Resolution

Notice of Cancellation


House Bill 23-1105 was enacted May 24, 2023 by the Colorado Legislature concerning the creation of task forces to examine issues affecting certain HOA homeowners’ and metropolitan district homeowners’ rights.

The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force is created in the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Real Estate, to examine issues confronting communities that are governed by the board of a metropolitan district, including tax levying authority and practices; foreclosure practices; communication with homeowners regarding metropolitan district processes and homeowners’ rights and responsibilities; and governance policies, including voting and elections.

The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force members are designated representatives as identified in House Bill 23-1105, and are to be appointed on or before November 1, 2023, by the Chair of the Colorado House of Representatives and by the Office of the Governor; with its first meeting to follow as soon as practicable after all members have been appointed. The Metropolitan District Homeowners’ Rights Task Force shall prepare an interim report by March 1, 2024, and a final report by June 15, 2024.


To view the full language of House Bill 23-1105, please visit: 1105 signed.pdf

Pan-Ark Estates Metro District was formed in December 2021 and is located in Twin Lakes, CO. If you have District related questions, you may send an email to

The Pan-Ark Estates Metro District’s primary service is to provide road maintenance for the dirt roads throughout the District. Please contact us for more information.

There will be general communications sent out to the Pan-Ark Estates residents via email periodically throughout the year. If you would like to be on the email list, please reach out to the email above, and we can add you to our email distribution list.

Please see attached here for a Welcome Letter from the Board of Directors

At the June 29, 2022, Board Meeting, the Board of Directors approved the rental of equipment and the hiring of an operator for grading the roads. Recently, the District’s Intergovernmental Agreement for insurance coverage and binding has been completed. This step was a necessary and important part of the process of allowing the District to rent the grader to maintain the roads. Now that the insurance agreement has been finalized, the District has moved forward with acquiring the grader. The grader is scheduled for delivery on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. We have confirmed with the grader operator, and he informed us that work will begin on Thursday, August 4, 2022.

Road Care

Although the District is responsible for repairing and grading the roads, there is some items that homeowners and drivers in the district can do to help minimize wash-boarding and road damage. By utilizing 4-wheel or all-wheel drive, wash-boarding can be limited as 2-wheel drive vehicles can cause and exasperate wash-boarding. Also, driving a little slower on dirt roads helps to prevent further wear and tear that speeding will worsen.


MEWA and Friends of Twin Lakes

In the Pan-Ark Estates Metro District, there are a couple other associations that are involved in the area. You can access these association for other items. The Mount Elbert Water Association (MEWA Link) provides water services for residents in the area, and for area alerts, you can contact the Friends of Twin Lakes (FoTL Link). The District is not a part of either organization. You may access their websites in the previous two links.


Camping and Structures on Private Property

The Metro District is not able to enforce camping or other structures on private property.  The primary service of the District is to maintain the roads, and the service plan for the District is not expected to be amended. Even with a service plan amendment, this private property enforcement is not a power the Metro District would or could have.

The Development Code provisions are enforced by the County.  The Metro District can merely provide information to homeowners (the camping regulations document can be found on the HOA webpage; Link here) to discourage the activity.  These are County regulations that can only be enforced by the County. Please see below for County information.

Building Land Use

Code Enforcement (under “Services” tab)

505 Harrison Avenue • PO Box 513 • Leadville, Colorado 80461

• (719) 486-2875 • Fax (719) 486-4179

You can access the County Community & Planning Department Here


Fire Department

If you have any fire code and regulation or new fire station questions, please contact the City of Leadville Fire Department.