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The Metropolitan Football Stadium District (the District) is a body corporate and political subdivision of the State of Colorado established pursuant to the Metropolitan Football Stadium District Act, Article 15, Title 32 of the Colorado Revised Statutes, (Act). The District includes all or part of the seven counties in the Denver metropolitan area.  The District was created for the purpose of planning, acquiring land and constructing a professional football stadium.  The Act authorizes the District to levy and collect a sales tax on one-tenth of one percent throughout the District as of January 1, 2001 and will collect the tax for a period not to extend beyond January 1, 2012. The sales tax assists the District in financing the acquisition of land, construction of the Stadium and the payments of debt service.

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OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Metropolitan Football Stadium District is governed by a Board of Directors of nine members who serve without compensation.

The Board of Directors are:                                                     Audit/Capital Committee Members

Raymond T. Baker, Chairman                                                   Roy Palmer
Jim Harrington, Arapahoe County                                            Gene Ciancio
Joy Burns, Governor Appointee                                                Don Johnson
Gene Ciancio, Adams County                                                   Ray Baker
Chauncey Billups, City and County of Denver
Gabriel Fenton, Boulder County
Jack Hilbert, Douglas County
Donald Johnson, Jefferson County
Roy Palmer, Governor Appointee

PUBLIC NOTICES
MEETINGS

2017 Regular Board Meetings

  • March 15, 2017
  • June 21, 2017
  • September 20, 2017
  • November 15, 2017

 

*All meetings start at 11:00 am unless stated otherwise
*Please note that meeting dates and times are subject to change
NEWS

Statement from the Metropolitan Football Stadium District

The Metropolitan Football Stadium District learned Tuesday that a fan attending Monday night’s game succumbed to injuries after falling over a stairwell railing shortly after the game.  The District and the Stadium Management Company are in the process of learning more about the incident.  Our thoughts are with the deceased fan’s family and friends.

 


For Immediate Release

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

 

 

METROPOLITAN FOOTBALL STADIUM DISTRICT

“The Metropolitan Football Stadium District (MFSD) was informed that a motion was filed in a Delaware Court for the Denver Broncos to assume the naming rights contract for Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

“The filing of bankruptcy by Sports Authority had left uncertainty in the future of the naming rights of Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Denver Broncos assuming the naming rights offers some clarity in the future of Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

“In anticipation of a potential court decision, the District Board directed the staff to prepare a request for proposals (RFP) to seek a valuation for a new naming rights partner. Those efforts will continue as both the court and District processes move forward.

“Pending court approval, the Denver Broncos will assume the MFSD contract with Sports Authority.

“Naming rights revenue is primarily used for capital improvements extending the life of the stadium well into the future, attempting to avoid need for public funding. The District and the Denver Broncos are currently conducting a facilities conditions assessment of the stadium and surrounding campus. Preliminary numbers indicate over $300 million will be needed over the next 30 years to maintain the facility.”

 

QUOTE FROM MFSD CHAIRMAN RAY BAKER

“This will allow the District to work closely with the Broncos to secure the best possible outcome for a new naming right partner. The District looks forward to working with the Broncos over the next weeks and months to secure the best deal.”

 

The joint release from the Metropolitan Football Stadium District and the Denver Broncos can be viewed here:

http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-and-blogs/index.html

 

 

 


Request for Proposal for Conditions Assesment

The purpose of this request for proposals (RFP) is to engage the services of a qualified firm to provide to the Metropolitan Football Stadium District (the “District”) and the Stadium Management Company (“SMC”) a review and assessment of the on-going capital needs of Sports Authority Field at Mile High over the next 30 years (a Facility Condition Assessment (“FCA”)).

Deadline has passed

Request for Proposal for Conditions Assessment 2016

RFP Conditions Assessment Bid Sheet 2016


 

June 4, 2014 – West 13th Avenue Realignment Open House

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Decatur Federal General Development Plan

The City and County of Denver Department of Planning and Development is currently undertaking the process of developing a General Development Plan (GDP) for the area immediately south of Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The area includes the Sun Valley Neighborhood and the recently completed Decatur-Federal RTD Light Rail Station.  For more information about the redevelopment project, please go to www.denvergov.org/decaturfederal.


 

Stadium Renovations / Upgrades

The Metropolitan Football Stadium District and the Denver Broncos recently agreed to fund approximately $30 million worth of improvements to Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Over the last 12 years, the Denver Broncos and their partners have spent over $28 million in stadium improvements.  This latest round of improvements will include some very visible upgrades including new High Definition Video Boards and a makeover of the lower concourse.  Additionally, upgraded health/safety communications systems also are improved to provide better communication in case of an emergency.

A partial list of improvements to take place before the 2013 season is listed below:

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Metropolitan Football Stadium District

1701 Bryant St
Suite 500
Denver, CO 80204

Phone:  303-244-1002

Matt Sugar
Director of Stadium Affairs