Reduced Fee Program

About the Program


The Town of Wellington has established guidelines to make programs available to permanent residents who have a demonstrated financial need. The Town defines a permanent resident as someone who resides year round in Town of Wellington town limits and supports himself/herself financially. Applicants 18 years of age or older must show proof of lawful presence in the United States, as required by Colorado law. However, parents who are applying for a fee waiver only on behalf of their children who are under 18 years old are not required to prove their own lawful status or sign the affidavit.


Eligibility Guidelines


To qualify for reduced fee consideration, the following guidelines must be met.

Federal Assistance Program Participation


The individual must participate in a state or federal assistance program (as listed on the application) or the income must fall within federal low income guidelines per most recent tax return. If you receive assistance through any county, state, or federal program(s), you must provide current verification that specifies an expiration date if applicable. You may also obtain a benefits report from Larimer County Human Services at 970-498-6300. If you are not on a qualifying assistance program, a copy of your most recent tax return must be attached to your application.

Proof of Town Residency


Proof of Town of Wellington residency, including a current Town of Wellington utility bill showing name and address, or 3 other bills mailed to the same address.


Proof of Lawful Presence in the United States


Applicants, and each immediate family member 18 years or older, who wish to qualify for the reduced fees program must produce one of the following:
  • Colorado driver's license or ID card,
  • U.S. military ID card
  • U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner's card
  • Native American tribal document
  • Other documentation permitted by Colorado regulations
In addition, all applicants 18 or older must sign the affidavit, stating that he or she is a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident, or otherwise lawfully present in the United States.


File Application In Person


Application must be made in person at the Recreation Office (8700 3rd Street) during regular business hours. All applications and supporting documentation will be retained in our secure files and copies of tax returns will be shredded upon approval or denial of benefits.


Approval


At this time, reduced fee benefits cannot be received via online registration. Reduced fee benefits can only be received in person (cash or check only). An application must be filled out annually. Reduce fee program is not applicable to team fee oriented activities.