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APPENDIX A

COLLEGE ADDITION ANNEXATION

GENERAL PROVISIONS
(COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY)*

Articles:

Article I.First College Addition §§ A121-1—A121-4
Article II.Second College Addition §§ A121-5—A121-7
Article III.Third College Addition §§ A121-8—A121-10
Article IV.Fourth College Addition §§ A121-11—A121-16

Article V.

Collection of Sales Tax § A121-17

* Editor's note—Printed herein are the annexation ordinances for the College Additions for Colorado State University, which were adopted by the City Council of the City of Fort Collins, which are as follows:

Annexation

Ordinance Number

Date Adopted

(1) First College Addition Amendment

Ord. No. 13, 1956

6-28-56

 

Ord. No. 19, 1957

7-11-57

(2) Second College Addition

Ord. No. 1, 1957

2-28-57

(3) Third College Addition

Ord. No. 37, 1958

1-8-59

(4) Fourth College Addition

Ord. No. 42, 1965

9-16-65

Ordinance Number 48, 1968, adopted October 24, 1968, levies the sales tax on lands included in the above annexations. The ordinances are printed as they were codified and designated in the Code of the City of Fort Collins, 1972. Style and capitalization have been made uniform.

Cross-reference—Procedure for annexation of land, Fort Collins Land Use Code, Div. 2.12.


ARTICLE I.Go to the top
FIRST COLLEGE ADDITION

PREAMBLE

Whereas, heretofore a written petition has been presented to the Council of the City of Fort Collins in substantial compliance with the provisions of Article 11, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1953, by the State Board of Agriculture purporting to be the sole owner of the land embraced in what is known as the College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, wherein and whereby said petitioner and applicant petitioned the City of Fort Collins for the annexation of all the territory embraced in what is known as the College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, comprising the lands shown in the plat thereof annexed to said petition and more particularly described as follows:

South half of the North half (S N) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian. North half of the South half (N S) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian.

A tract of land described by metes and bounds, as follows: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot One (1), subdivision of the South half of the Southeast quarter (S SE) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, by A. L. Emigh; thence South one hundred fifty (150) feet, thence West two hundred fifty-three (253) feet, thence North fifty (50) feet, thence West eighty (80) feet, thence North one hundred (100) feet, thence East three hundred thirty-three (333) feet to the place of beginning.

A tract of land described by metes and bounds, as follows: Commencing at a point twenty (20) feet South and one hundred six (106) feet West of the Southeast corner of Lot One (1), subdivision of the South half of the Southeast quarter (S SE) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, thence North one hundred ninety (190) feet, thence East one hundred six (106) feet, thence North three hundred fifty-one (351) feet, thence West one hundred fifty (150) feet, thence South five hundred forty-one (541) feet, thence East forty-four (44) feet to the place of beginning.

Lot Six (6) Emigh's subdivision of the South half of the Southeast quarter (S SE) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian; also a twenty-foot strip abutting said lot on the South and being a portion of Lake Street as vacated; excepting a strip of land one hundred thirty (130) feet wide off the North end of said Lot Six (6).

Lots One (1) to Nine (9) inclusive and Lot Eleven (11), in Block One (1), College Heights, located on a portion of the East three-quarters of the South half of the Southwest quarter (E S SW) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian.

A portion of the East half of the Northeast quarter (E NE) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, described as follows: Beginning at a point nine hundred ninety (990) feet South of the Northeast corner of said Section Fifteen (15), thence West one thousand two hundred ninety (1,290) feet, thence South one hundred sixty-eight (168) feet, thence West thirty (30) feet, thence South five hundred sixty-four (564) feet, thence East thirty (30) feet, thence North one hundred sixty-nine (169) feet, thence East five hundred eighty (580) feet, thence North one hundred fifteen (115) feet, thence East seven hundred ten (710) feet to the East line of said Section, thence North four hundred forty-eight (448) feet to the point of beginning.

Commencing at the Southeast corner of the Northwest quarter (NW) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, thence North one thousand twenty-two and four-tenths (1,022.4) feet, thence West one thousand three hundred twenty (1,320) feet, thence South one thousand twenty-two and four-tenths (1,022.4) feet, thence East one thousand three hundred twenty (1,320) feet to the point of beginning; also, the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter (SW NE) and the South one hundred sixty-four and one-half (164) feet of the Northwest quarter of the Northeast quarter (NW NE) of said Section Fifteen (15), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian; and

Whereas, said petition was accepted by the Council of the City of Fort Collins by resolution passed and adopted on the 12th day of April 1956, and

Whereas, notice for hearing on the 24th day of May 1956 on an ordinance approving the annexation of the above-described territory and including the same within the limits and jurisdiction of the City of Fort Collins was duly published as provided by law, and

Whereas, the Council of the City of Fort Collins has found that the petition and the documents attached thereto meet the requirements of Article 11, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1953;

Now therefore, be it ordained by the Council of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

Sec. A121-1. Statement of annexation; procedure.

That after due consideration of the petition for annexation, the petition for annexation of all the territory embraced in what is known and described as the College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, as shown by the plat thereof annexed to said petition, be accepted and approved, and that the said territory be annexed and made a part of the City of Fort Collins and be included within the limits and jurisdiction thereof, and that the City Clerk be and is hereby authorized and directed to prepare certified copies of this ordinance to each of which shall be attached a plat of said College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, and the City Clerk shall file one (1) copy thereof in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of the County of Larimer, and another copy thereof in the office of the Clerk of the City of Fort Collins, together with a certified copy of the said petition, and another copy of said plat and the approving ordinance shall be filed with the Secretary of State of the State of Colorado.

(Code 1972, § A121-1)

Sec. A121-2. Limitation of jurisdiction.

That said annexation shall in no sense be interpreted as:

(1) Conveying to the City of Fort Collins any right, title or interest in said property.

(2) Conveying any right to establish new streets or extend existing streets on or across said property.

(3) Granting any right to apply the provisions of any municipal ordinance, and specifically any building code, zoning code or licensing ordinance, upon the above-described property so long as title thereof shall remain in the State Board of Agriculture.

(Code 1972, § A121-2)

Sec. A121-3. Jurisdictional rights.

That the jurisdiction of the City of Fort Collins is hereby extended over the property annexed by this ordinance in the following particulars:

(1) The city traffic ordinances.

(2) The city ordinances relating to police enforcement of the traffic code and city ordinances relating to offenses against the person, offenses against habitations and dwellings, offenses against public peace, offenses relating to morals and offenses relating to public health and safety.

(3) The jurisdiction of the Municipal Court is hereby extended to include violations of ordinances included in subsections (1) and (2) above occurring on lands annexed by this ordinance; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall limit the authority of the university officials to impose on its students and employees any supplementary traffic regulations or restrictions and to impose such other penalties as are consistent with their status with respect to the university.

(Code 1972, § A121-3)

Sec. A121-4. Limitation of obligations.

That in accepting and approving the plat of the College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, the City of Fort Collins does not assume any obligations respecting the construction of water mains, sewer lines, gas mains, electric light lines or other services or utilities with respect to the service of said annexation except as may be required and provided by the owners of property within the limits of said annexation at their own expense and except as may be initiated by the owners of property within the limits of said annexation in compliance with the terms and provisions of § 22-31 et seq.

(Code 1972, § A121-4)


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SECOND COLLEGE ADDITION

PREAMBLE

Whereas, heretofore a written petition has been presented to the Council of the City of Fort Collins in substantial compliance with the provisions of Article 11, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1953, by the State Board of Agriculture purporting to be the sole owner of the land embraced in what is known as the Second College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, wherein and whereby said petitioner and applicant petitioned the City of Fort Collins for the annexation of all the territory embraced in what is known as the Second College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, comprising the lands shown on the plat thereof annexed to said petition and more particularly described as follows:

The South half of the Southeast quarter (S SE) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian.

The North half of the Southeast quarter (N SE) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, except the following described tracts: Beginning at a point on the North line of Garfield Street in the City of Fort Collins continued East one thousand (1,000) feet East of Smith Street, thence North three hundred six and one-half (306) feet to the county road; thence East eight hundred fifty-two and one-half (852) feet along the county road; thence South three hundred six and one-half (306) feet to the continuation on the North line of Garfield Street; thence West eight hundred fifty-two and one-half (852) feet to the place of beginning; also beginning at a point on the South line of the county road, a continuation of the East line of Stover Street in Section Thirteen (13), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West, thence East four hundred (400) feet along the South line of the county road; thence South two hundred seventy-five (275) feet; thence West one hundred sixty (160) feet; thence South thirty-one (31) feet; thence West two hundred forty (240) feet; thence North three hundred six (306) feet to the place of beginning.

Whereas, said petition was accepted by the Council of the City of Fort Collins by resolution passed and adopted on the 13th day of December 1956, and

Whereas, notice for hearing on the 24th day of January 1957 on an ordinance approving the annexation of the above-described territory and including the same within the limits and jurisdiction of the City of Fort Collins was duly published as provided by law, and

Whereas, the Council of the City of Fort Collins has found that the petition and the documents attached thereto meet the requirements of Article 11, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1953;

Now therefore, be it ordained by the Council of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

Sec. A121-5. Statement of annexation; procedure.

That after due consideration of the petition for annexation, the petition for annexation of all the territory embraced in what is known and described as the Second College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, as shown by the plat thereof annexed to said petition, be accepted and approved, and that the said territory be annexed and made a part of the City of Fort Collins and be included within the limits and jurisdiction thereof, and that the City Clerk be and is hereby authorized and directed to prepare certified copies of this ordinance to each of which shall be attached a plat of said Second College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, and the City Clerk shall file one (1) copy thereof in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of the County of Larimer, and another copy thereof in the office of the Clerk of the City of Fort Collins, together with a certified copy of the said petition, and another copy of said plat and the approving ordinance shall be filed with the Secretary of State of the State of Colorado.

(Code 1972, § A121-5)

Sec. A121-6. Limitation of jurisdiction.

That the same shall in no sense be interpreted as:

(1) Conveying to the City of Fort Collins any right, title or interest in said property.

(2) Granting any jurisdiction whatever for regulation of traffic or parking or for other purposes relating to the traffic control.

(3) Conveying any right to establish new streets or extend existing streets on or across said property.

(4) Granting any jurisdiction whatever over normal procedures of conducting research in crops and soils by the petitioner.

(5) Granting any right to apply the provisions of any municipal ordinance, and specifically any building code, zoning code or licensing ordinance, upon the above-described property so long as title thereof shall remain in the State Board of Agriculture.

(Code 1972, § A121-6)

Sec. A121-7. Limitation of obligations.

That in accepting and approving the plat of the Second College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, the City of Fort Collins does not assume any obligations respecting the construction of water mains, sewer lines, gas mains, electric light lines or other services or utilities with respect to the service of said annexation except as may be required and provided by the owners of property within the limits of said annexation at their own expense and except as may be initiated by the owners of property within the limits of said annexation in compliance with the terms and provisions of § 22-31 et seq.

(Code 1972, § A121-7)


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THIRD COLLEGE ADDITION

PREAMBLE

Whereas, heretofore a written petition has been presented to the Council of the City of Fort Collins in substantial compliance with the provisions of Article 11, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1953, by the State Board of Agriculture purporting to be the sole owner of the land embraced in what is known as the Third College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, wherein and whereby said petitioner and applicant petitioned the City of Fort Collins for the annexation of all the territory embraced in what is known as the Third College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, comprising the lands shown on the plat thereof annexed to said petition and more particularly described as follows:

Lots Three (3) and Four (4) of A. L. Emigh's subdivision of the South half of the Southeast quarter (S SE) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian; together with a strip of land twenty (20) feet in width adjoining said Lots Three (3) and Four (4) on the South;

Whereas, said petition was accepted by the Council of the City of Fort Collins by resolution passed and adopted on the 23rd day of October 1958, and

Whereas, notice for hearing on the 11th day of December 1958 on an ordinance approving the annexation of the above-described territory and including the same within the limits and jurisdiction of the City of Fort Collins was duly published as provided by law, and

Whereas, the Council of the City of Fort Collins has found that the petition and the documents attached thereto meet the requirements of Article 11, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1953:

Now therefore, be it ordained by the Council of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

Sec. A121-8. Statement of annexation; procedure.

That after due consideration of the petition for annexation, the petition for annexation of all the territory embraced in what is known and described as the Third College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, as shown by the plat thereof annexed to said petition, be accepted and approved, and that the said territory be annexed and made a part of the City of Fort Collins and be included within the limits and jurisdiction thereof, and that the City Clerk be and is hereby authorized and directed to prepare certified copies of this ordinance to each of which shall be attached a plat of said Third College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, and the City Clerk shall file one (1) copy thereof in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of the County of Larimer, and another copy thereof in the office of the Clerk of the City of Fort Collins, together with a certified copy of the said petition, and another copy of said plat and the approving ordinance shall be filed with the Secretary of State of the State of Colorado.

(Code 1972, § A121-8)

Sec. A121-9. Limitation of jurisdiction.

That said petition shall in no sense be interpreted as:

(1) Conveying to the City of Fort Collins any right, title or interest in said property.

(2) Conveying any right to establish new streets or extend existing streets upon or across said property.

(3) Granting any right to apply the provisions of any municipal ordinance, and specifically any building code, zoning code or licensing ordinance, upon the above-described property so long as title thereof shall remain in the State Board of Agriculture; provided, however, that the jurisdiction of the City of Fort Collins shall extend over the property so annexed insofar as it relates to the application of:

a. City traffic ordinances.

b. City ordinances relating to police enforcement of the traffic code, city ordinances relating to offenses against the person, offenses against public peace, offenses relating to morals and offenses relating to public health and safety.

c. The jurisdiction of the Municipal Court is extended to include violations of ordinances included in (1) and (2) above of this subsection occurring on the lands so annexed; provided, however, that nothing contained in this ordinance shall be construed to limit the authority of the university officials to impose upon its students and employees any supplemental traffic regulations or restrictions or to impose such other penalties as are consistent with their status with respect to the university.

(Code 1972, § A121-9)

Sec. A121-10. Limitation of obligations.

That in accepting and approving the plat of the Third College Addition to the City of Fort Collins, the City of Fort Collins does not assume any obligations respecting the construction of water mains, sewer lines, gas mains, electric light lines or other services or utilities with respect to the service of said annexation except as may be required and provided by the owners of property within the limits of said annexation at their own expense and except as may be initiated by the owners of the property within the limits of said annexation in compliance with the terms and provisions of § 22-31 et seq.

(Code 1972, § A121-10)


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FOURTH COLLEGE ADDITION

PREAMBLE

Whereas, heretofore written petitions were presented to the Council of the City of Fort Collins in substantial compliance with the provisions of Article 10, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1963, by the owners of more than fifty (50) percent of the area and who comprise the majority of landowners residing in the area of land embraced in what is known as the Fourth College Annexation to the City of Fort Collins, wherein and whereby said petitioners petitioned the City of Fort Collins for annexation of the territory embraced in what is known as the Fourth College Annexation to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, comprising the lands shown in the plat thereof attached to said petitions and more particularly described as hereinafter set forth, and

Whereas, said petitions were accepted by the Council of the City of Fort Collins by resolution passed and adopted on July 15, 1965, and

Whereas, notice for hearing on the 26th day of August 1965 on an ordinance approving the annexation of said territory and including the same within the limits and jurisdiction of the City of Fort Collins was duly published as provided by law, and

Whereas, the Council of the City of Fort Collins has found that the petitions and the documents thereto attached meet the requirements of Article 10, Chapter 139, Colorado Revised Statutes, 1963, and desires to annex all of the lands in the Fourth College Annexation to the City of Fort Collins except the below-excepted portion thereof, and

Whereas, no proceedings for an election to determine the question of annexation have been initiated by written counterpetition as provided by law and no objection to annexation has been made as to any of the property being annexed;

Now therefore, be it ordained by the Council of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

Sec. A121-11. Description of property and statement of annexation.

That all of the property described in the petition and plat of the Fourth College Annexation, which is more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the North quarter (N) corner of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, thence S. 0 22' E. along the West side of the Northeast quarter (NE) of said Section, 2,646.7 feet to the center of the Section; thence N. 89 40' W. along the North line of the Southwest quarter (SW) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West, 2,653.7 feet to the West quarter (W) corner; thence N. 0 10' 30" W. along the West line of said Section, 2,646.7 feet to the Northwest Section corner; thence N. 89 28' W. along the North line of the Northeast quarter (NE ) of Section Twenty-two (22), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West, 1,667.8 feet; thence S. 0 32' W. 1,323.35 feet to a point on the North line of the South half of the Northeast quarter (S NE) of said Section; thence N. 89 36' W. along the North line of the South half of the North half (S N) of Section Twenty-two (22), 2,292.25 feet to the Northwest corner of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter (SE NW) of Section Twenty-two (22); thence S. 0 24' 22" E. along the West line of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter (SE NW) of said Section One (1), 331.34 feet to the Southwest corner of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter (SE NW); thence S. 89 44' E. along the South line of the North half (N) of Section Twenty-two (22), 3,476.32 feet; thence N. 0 10' 30" W. 473.0 feet; thence S. 89 44' E. 244.0 feet; thence N. 0 10' 30" W. 447.0 feet; thence S. 89 44' E. 226.0 feet to a point 30.0 feet West of the East line of Section Twenty-two (22); thence S. 0 10' 30" E. parallel and 30.0 feet West of said East line, 920.0 feet to a point 30.0 feet West of the East quarter (E) corner; thence S. 0 26' E. parallel and 30.0 feet West of said East line, 1,324.68 feet; thence N. 89 53' 30" W. along the North line of the South half (S) of Section Twenty-two (22), 5,264.76 feet to the West Section line; thence S. 0 29' E. along the West Section line 1,334.75 feet to the Southwest corner of Section Twenty-two (22); thence East along the South Section line 5,293.50 feet to the Southeast corner of said Section; thence S. 89 30' E. along the South line of Section Twenty-three (23), 4,575.47 feet to the East property line of the Colorado and Southern Railroad; thence N. 0 33' E. 785.3 feet; thence S. 89 49' W. 55.49 feet; thence N. 0 33' E. 1,552.4 feet to a point on the North line of the South half (S) of Section Twenty-three (23); thence East 59.16 feet; thence N. 0 06' E. 540.82 feet; thence N. 06 22' E. 1,075.02 feet; thence N. 03 08' E. on a long radius curve to the left a chord distance of 506.49 feet (R 4490'); thence N. 0 06' W. 530.47 feet to a point on the North line of Section Twenty-three (23); thence West to a point 1,102.95 feet West of the Northeast corner, Section Twenty-three (23); thence South 230 feet; thence West 225 feet; thence North 230 feet to the North line of Section Twenty-three (23); thence West along said North line 1,327.95 feet to the point of beginning; containing 729.46 acres, more or less, which excludes a parcel of land in the Southwest half (SW) of Section Twenty-three (23); more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the West line of said Section which bears N. 0 26' W. 234.63 feet from the Southwest corner; thence N. 87 47' E. 69.8 feet; thence N. 66 33' E. 88.72 feet; thence N. 0 26' W. 366.5 feet; thence S. 89 37' W. 152.0 feet to a point on the West line of Section Twenty-three (23); thence S. 0 26' E. along the West Section line 401.11 feet to the point of beginning;

be annexed and made a part of the City of Fort Collins and be included within the limits and jurisdiction thereof, excepting and excluding the following described portion thereof:

Considering the North line of the Northeast quarter (NE) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian as bearing due East and West, and with all bearings herein relative thereto; beginning at a point which bears East 1779.35 feet from the North Quarter (N) corner of said Section Twenty-three (23); thence S. 0 20' E. 708.30 feet to the center of Spring Creek; thence N. 61 55' E. 48.20 feet along the centerline of said Spring Creek; thence S. 64 31' E. 200.80 feet along the centerline of Spring Creek; thence S. 13 07' E. 97.28 feet to the intersection of the centerline of Spring Creek and the West line of the right-of-way of the Colorado and Southern Railroad, said point being 50.00 feet westerly from the centerline of the main track of said railroad; thence N. 1 03' E. 376.90 feet along the West line of the right-of-way of said railroad; thence N. 0 22' 489.30 feet along the West line of the right-of-way of said railroad to the North line of the Northeast quarter (NE) of said Section; thence West 253.10 feet to the point of beginning; containing 4.244 acres.

(Code 1972, § A121-11)

Sec. A121-12. Procedures.

That the City Engineer is hereby directed to amend the plat of the Fourth College Annexation so as to show the excluded portion thereof described above, and the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to prepare certified copies of this ordinance, to each of which shall be attached a plat of said Fourth College Annexation to the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, as amended by the City Engineer, and to file a copy thereof with the Clerk and Recorder of the County of Larimer, and another copy thereof in the office of the Clerk of the City of Fort Collins, together with certified copies of said petitions, and another copy thereof with the Secretary of State of the State of Colorado, together with certified copies of said petitions.

(Code 1972, § A121-12)

Sec. A121-13. Zoning designations.

That said lands shall be included in the following zoning districts of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

(1) The following described portion shall be in a "C" residential district:

That portion of the South half of the Northeast quarter (S NE) of Section Twenty-two (22), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, which is within the property being annexed and which lies East of the boundary of the Larimer County No. 2 Canal.

(2) The following described portion shall be in an "E" commercial district:

Commencing at a point which is N. 89 30' W. 728.51 feet along the South line of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, from the Southeast corner of said Section Twenty-three (23), thence N. 0 33' E. 785.3 feet; thence S. 89 49' W 55.49 feet, more or less, to the right-of-way of the Colorado and Southern Railway Company; thence Southerly along said right-of-way to the South line of said Section Twenty-three (23); thence Easterly along the South line of said Section Twenty-three (23) to the point of beginning.

(3) The remainder of said lands except those owned by the State Board of Agriculture shall be in an "A" residential district.

(4) All lands owned by the State Board of Agriculture shall remain unzoned.

(Code 1972, § A121-13)

Editor's note—The zoning district designations in this Section refer to the Zoning District Map adopted, as amended, 5-26-60 by Ord. No. 7, 1960. For current zoning district designations consult the Zoning District Map of the City of Fort Collins, dated 9-23-65 and adopted 10-14-65 by Ord. No. 46, 1965, as amended. This map is on file in the office of the City Clerk.

Sec. A121-14. Limitation of jurisdiction.

That as to any lands owned by the State Board of Agriculture the annexation does not in any way convey to the City of Fort Collins any right, title or interest in and to the same, nor does it convey any right to establish new streets or extend existing streets on or across said lands, nor does it convey to the City of Fort Collins any right to require sale or transfer of title of irrigation water, nor does it grant any right to apply the provisions of any municipal ordinance and specifically any building code, zoning code or licensing ordinance upon said lands so long as title thereto shall remain in the State Board of Agriculture; provided, however, that by this annexation the City of Fort Collins does obtain jurisdiction on said lands in the following particulars: the city traffic ordinances, the city ordinances relating to police enforcement of the traffic code and the city ordinances relating to offenses against the person, offenses against inhabitants and dwellings, offenses against public peace, offenses relating to morals and offenses relating to public health and safety, and the jurisdiction of the Municipal Court shall extend to and include violation of ordinances included in the foregoing items occurring on said land; provided, however, that the Colorado State University officials shall retain authority to impose on its students and employees any supplementary traffic regulations or restrictions and to impose such other penalties as are consistent with their status with respect to the university.

(Code 1972, § A121-14)

Sec. A121-15. Description of lands owned by State Board of Agriculture.

That the lands owned by the State Board of Agriculture are more particularly described as follows:

The West half of the Northeast quarter (W NE) and the West half of the Southeast quarter (W SE) of the Northeast quarter (NE) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian; and that portion of the Southeast quarter (SE) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian lying West of the railroad right-of-way consisting of ninety-four (94) tillable acres; and the Southwest quarter (SW) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, except a parcel of land described as follows: a parcel of land in the Southwest quarter (SW) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Larimer County, Colorado, contained within boundary lines which begin at a point which is North 0 23' West 234.63 feet and North 89 37' East 30 feet from the Southwest corner of said Section Twenty-three (23) and running thence North 0 23' West 401.11 feet, parallel to the West line of said Section Twenty-three (23), thence North 89 37' East 122 feet, thence South 0 23' East 366.50 feet, thence South 66 33' West 88.72 feet, and thence South 87 47' West 39.80 feet to the point of beginning, and which contains 1.112 acres, more or less; and that portion of the Southeast quarter (SE) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty-nine (69) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian lying West of the railroad right-of-way consisting of ninety-four (94) tillable acres.

(Code 1972, § A121-15)

Sec. A121-16. Limitation of obligations.

That in accepting and approving the plat of the Fourth College Annexation to the City of Fort Collins, the City of Fort Collins does not assume obligations respecting the construction of water mains, sewer lines, gas mains, electric light lines or other services or utilities with respect to service of said addition, except as may be required and provided by the owners of the property within the limits of said addition in compliance with the terms and provisions of Chapter 22, Public Improvements, of this Code.

(Code 1972, § A121-16)


ARTICLE V.Go to the top
COLLECTION OF SALES TAX

PREAMBLE

Whereas, by Ordinance No. 13, 1956, Ordinance No. 1, 1957, Ordinance No. 37, 1958, and Ordinance No. 42, 1965, there were annexed to the City of Fort Collins certain lands belonging to the State Board of Agriculture, and

Whereas, all of said ordinances provided that the annexation of said lands did not confer upon the City of Fort Collins the right to apply the provisions of any municipal ordinance upon said lands so long as title thereto was vested in the State Board of Agriculture, and

Whereas, a question has arisen as to whether the Sales Tax Ordinance of the City of Fort Collins applies upon said lands, and

Whereas, the City of Fort Collins and the State Board of Agriculture desire to amend said ordinances so as to eliminate such question and so as to expressly make such tax applicable upon said lands;

Now therefore, be it ordained by the Council of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado:

Sec. A121-17. Confirmation of city's right to collect sales tax; limitations.

That Ordinance No. 13, 1956, Ordinance No. 1, 1957, Ordinance No. 37, 1958, and Ordinance No. 42, 1965, be and the same hereby are amended to confer upon the City of Fort Collins and to confirm the City of Fort Collins' jurisdiction to enforce the Sales Tax Ordinance of the City of Fort Collins on lands included in said annexations belonging to the State Board of Agriculture; provided, however, that all sales to the State of Colorado, its departments or institutions and the political subdivisions thereof, in particular the State Board of Agriculture, in their governmental capacities only, and all sales, the taxation of which is prohibited by the Constitution and the laws of the State of Colorado, shall be exempt from the payment of such sales tax; and provided further that the City of Fort Collins shall not impose or collect a sales tax on said lands in any area or in connection with any function where the State of Colorado does not impose and collect a sales tax.

(Code 1972, § A121-17)