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The Turnberry Neighborhood

The Turnberry neighborhood is a covenant-controlled community that is located in the northeast corner of the intersection of 104th Avenue and Highway 2 in Commerce City. The neighborhood is comprised of 484 single family homes. The home builders for this neighborhood were Standard Pacific Homes, Meritage Homes, Oakwood Homes and Melody Homes.

The neighborhood has a community swimming pool center and is adjacent to a 9.5 acre City park and the Turnberry Elementary School. The neighborhood is near several other amenities including a King Soopers superstore and shopping center (1 mile east), Bison Ridge Recreation Center (1 mile north) and the Buffalo Run golf course (2 miles east). In addition, the neighborhood is approximately 1 mile from the I-76 freeway entrance and is approximately a 30-minute drive away from the Denver International Airport.


The BNC Metropolitan District No. 1

BNC Metropolitan District No. 1 (the District) is a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado. The District's boundaries encompass the southern portion of the Turnberry neighborhood and the District's board of directors are elected solely by Colorado registered voters living and/or owning property within the Turnberry neighborhood. The District collects property taxes to repay the debt that was incurred several years ago to finance the installation of the roads, utility lines and other public infrastructure within the neighborhood. The District also operates the community swimming pool, maintains the parks, open spaces and perimeter fencing within the District and provides covenant enforcement and design review services for the covenant-controlled neighborhood.

The approximate 130 acres of land on which the District is situated was originally owned by the railroad company, Burlington Northern Corporation ("BNC"). As a result of BNC merging with Santa Fe Pacific Corporation in 1993, the companies spun off their non-railroad real estate properties and development activities into a new entity, Catellus. Catellus was the land developer for the Turnberry neighborhood.

Metro District Board Meeting Schedule
October 05, 2021 (Tuesday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
(Public hearing on 2022 budget
March 16, 2022 (Wednesday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
May 18, 2022 (Wednesday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
July 20, 2022 (Wednesday) Regular board meeting [Agenda] (Online)
September 21, 2022 (Wednesday) Regular board meeting [Agenda] (Online)
November 16, 2022 (Wednesday) Regular board meeting [Agenda]
(Public hearing on 2023 budget)
All board meetings are open to the public and (unless noted otherwise) will be held in the conference room at the Bison Ridge Recreation Center (13905 E 112th Ave Commerce City, CO 80022) at 6:00pm.
Trash Service
  Commerce City provides weekly trash pick-up service to the neighborhood through its contractor - Republic Services. Any questions or concerns about trash service should be directed to Republic Services at (303) 286-1200.

Additional information about your trash service can be found in the following flyer published by the City:

Trash Service Flyer


In 2013, the residents created a Facebook page for the Turnberry neighborhood. Please note that the District does not manage or monitor this site. Click on the Facebook icon below to jump to the Turnberry Facebook site.


Important Dates to Remember
Trash pick-up is provided by Commerce City and occurs weekly on Thursday. If a holiday occurs on any given week, trash pick-up service is moved back one day to Saturday.

South Adams County Water & Sanitation District shuts off the irrigation water supply between October 15th and April 15th each year. (All District residents' sprinkler systems are hooked into the irrigation water system.)