Methamphetamine-affected residential properties listing


Reporting a suspected lab or illegal disposal

  • To report a known or suspected meth lab, contact your local law enforcement agency or drug task force.
  • To report suspected disposal down the sanitary sewer, contact your local wastewater treatment authority. Your local public works department or other city offices can help you determine how to do this.
  • Contact your local health department, building department or law enforcement agency to find out if the cleanup will be handled locally.

Methamphetamine-affected residential real property, discovered after August 7, 2023, must be included on a public list in accordance with state statute (section 25-18.5-106, C.R.S.). The list will include residential real property deemed methamphetamine-affected through reporting by law enforcement or a consultant certified under section 25-18.5-106, C.R.S.

Properties must remain on the list for five years after the final certificate of compliance is issued, unless the property is demolished.

Properties subject to this requirement include: 

  • Manufactured homes.
  • Mobile homes.
  • Condominiums.
  • Townhomes.
  • Homes sold by the owner, a financial institution, or the federal department of housing and urban development.
  • Rental property, including apartments.
  • Short-term residence such as a motel or hotel. 

Properties will automatically drop from the list after the five-year post-certification listing criteria are met. It may take up to 24 hours after criteria are met for a property to be automatically removed from the list. 

You can request the removal of a property via the link provided in the meth-affected properties list. You will need to provide documentation of one of the following reasons:

  • The property has been demolished.
  • The property is not residential real property.
  • The property was not a methamphetamine-affected property at any time after August 7, 2023. 
  • The last certification of compliance is more than five years old.