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November News


It's not what we say about our


but how we use them, is the true measure of our


Our Community Matters at CLCC, our top priority is to provide the best community environment at a reasonable cost to our residents. To achieve this goal, we’ve established community standards, rules, and regulations aimed at an affordable quality of life for all our residents. CLCC community standards, rules, and regulations are to ensure a well-kept community offering unmatched beauty and serenity. 

Help us keep this community clean, quiet, and safe by doing your part.

Help CLCC build a better community by volunteering or offering us your expertise.

We are always looking for owners who have expertise in professional fields like construction, architecture, project management, engineering, environmental, safety, as well as owners who enjoy engaging with other CLCC members. We also need CLCC ambassadors for our committees.

Please email us what and how you can help out. Together we make CLCC a better place to live

send emailsoffice@columbinelake.com


Why 15 MPH?

1.     Safety. We must all remember that there are children, wildlife, and pets in the community, and our roads are particularly dangerous due to the lack of sidewalks and street lights.

2.     Keeps your HOA dues down. CLCC roads will not washboard, get potholes, or otherwise deteriorate as fast when speeds are less than 15 MPH.

As a homeowner, it is your responsibility to not only follow the rules and regulations, but inform your family, guests, and renters.

Keep CLCC Clean Help us by knowing what to throw away


Most common CLCC contaminants

  • NO PLASTIC BAGS! Yes, this means you can not dispose of your recycling in a plastic or trash bag.
  • No paper cups, napkins, or plates
  • No foam

Remember to flatten your cardboard boxes and throw the plastic bags and Styrofoam that came with your new item away. These things are not recyclable even if you hide them in the box.

Read more here on Recycling


No electronic equipment, appliances, furniture, mattresses, tires, batteries limbs, brush, paint, or construction material are allowed in the dumpster. Please contact Granby Transfer station 970-627-8531 or Ranch Creek Waste 970-557-4305

Read more on what can go in the trash compactor here


Don't Feed Foxes

Feeding foxes causes

them to lose their fear

of humans and replaces

natural foods with

less healthy items.

Read more here


Feeding Wildlife Puts Everyone at Risk

We know people mean well when they give tidbits to wildlife. What many don’t realize is that feeding big game is bad for the animals and dangerous for people.

While putting out food for animals like foxes and deer seems harmless, repercussions can be disastrous. Please don't feed the wildlife!

Click here to read more from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife


Snow, Snow, Snow!

It is time to start thinking about the winter that is not too far away. If you are planning to use your home during the winter months you need to start making arrangements for snow removal in order to provide adequate parking space on your property for all vehicles, snowmobiles and trailers. 

Keep in mind the snow must be placed on your property and not pushed onto the community roads or rights-of-way, which may interfere with snow plowing operations and emergency vehicle access. 

No parking is allowed on CLCC roads.

Please familiarize yourself with CLCC snow removal regulations as well as the County by clicking here

Driveway Snow Removal Contractors

Driveway Snow Removal Contractors

Craig Cranston


Carl Astifan


Kurt Kallnback


Chris Bonnett


Bryant Liles 


Matt Reed

970- 531-0179

CLCC cannot guarantee the contractor’s performance and the owner should perform his or her own due diligence inquiries, such as contacting former clients of each contractor to see what their experience has been.


Reflective Signs save lives.

Help out the Emergency Response Teams with purchasing these address signs. In low-light conditions, such as at night or smoky conditions, non-reflective address signs are hard to see. Consequently, it may be difficult for emergency personnel to find your home in the event of a medical emergency, fire or evacuation order.

Click here to order


Updates from the October Board Meeting

During the October 9th Board Meeting, we approved a few updates to our regulations. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with them. Remember it is the responsibility of each owner to know the rules and educate your family, friends, guests, and renters.


The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) which is comprised of volunteer CLCC owners has updated the building application checklist found in the Building Criteria Section 3.04. which has been approved. These changes were necessary to help owners on what documents need to be submitted for a new or rebuild to better aid the ARC in the review and approval process

Check out the new checklist here


Building Criteria Fine Structure updates.

As most of you are aware during the April 10th Board Meeting we approved the new fine structure for the Owners Rules and Regulations to make it easier for owners to see the fines associated with each rule violation. During this board meeting, we approved the fine structure for the Building Criteria and removed the old fine structures from the Bylaws.

Remember 99% of exterior changes need to be approved by The Architectural Review Committee (ARC).

Check out the class codes for each rule which is in red and the violation grid is at the end here


C = Courteous

L = Low Speeds

C = Conscientious

C = Compliance with Regulations

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A reminder that all boats need to be picked up from CLCC property by Nov 1st.

Boats removed from community property by CLCC employees will have a pick up charge of $ 50.00, plus a $25.00 per month storage fee until the owner reclaims the boat.


2nd half of the assessment dues are to be paid in full by Nov. 30th.

Approved September Board Meeting Minutes

Emergency and Important Numbers

Grand County Sheriff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 970-725-3343

Grand Lake Fire Dept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 970-627-8428

Grand County Offices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 970-725-3347

Town of Grand Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 970-627-3435

Middle Park Medical Center . . . . . . . . 970-887-5800

Three Lakes Water & San . . . . . . . . . . . 970-627-3544

Columbine Lake Water District . . . . . .970-627-3683

Mountain Parks Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . .970-887-3378

(click on the underlined name and it will take you to their webpage)

CLCC Hours


Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday for in-person visits 10 to 4 



Pool Clubhouse

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4pm - 8pm

Saturday 12pm- 8pm

Sunday 10am - 6pm





8am - 4pm

or until full

Recycling hours are limited due to space and vendor schedules