Summer Hours and Schedule


Clubhouse Summer Hours:

Club House – Beginning June 1st:

  • Monday – Thursday          Noon – 8:00pm
  • Friday & Saturday              Noon – 9:00pm
  • Sunday                                 Noon – 6:00pm

Adult Swim

Monday & Friday                8:30am – 11:00am

CLCC Office Hours:

Tuesday – Friday                7:30am – 3:30pm

Weed Warrior Update

Marilyn Binkley Resigns as Weed Warrior!

Our #1 Weed Warrior, Marilyn Binkley has resigned her post effective the end of August 2015. We cannot begin to thank her enough for all she has done for Columbine Lake to rid the area of noxious weeds, and educate all of us in the process! If it weren’t for Marilyn’s hard work & dedication, we might not enjoy all the wonderful wildlife that pass through here as they do not eat these weeds. Marilyn has offered to complete the spraying schedule through the summer, as well as work the Slash & Trash weekend. Be sure to take a moment & thank Marilyn for all she has done for us!

We are actively seeking volunteers for this program so we can keep it going. Contact the office if you are interested.

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Updates and Reminders



JULY 4th PICNIC & PARADE is almost here!

Join us this coming Saturday, July 4th for our Annual Picnic & Parade!  Meet at the top of the office drive with your decorated dogs, ATVs, wagons, bicycles, children, whatever . . . and parade around Columbine Lake, immediately followed by our picnic. Hamburgers & hotdogs will be provided, along with beverages. We would like to ask you to please bring 2 side dishes or desserts to share.  Thank you & hope to see you there!!

Kinnikinnick Water Project Set to Begin!

Columbine Lake Water District will be starting a Water Line Replacement Project beginning Monday, June 22nd. Water lines will be replaced on Kinnikinnick Road, from Western Road to Columbine Drive. This is a huge undertaking and will be on-going throughout the summer. They will be replacing all fire hydrants, plus add an additional five new hydrants. They will be replacing 5000 linear feet of water main and upsize the existing 4″ water main to an 8″ water main.

This project will better accommodate fire flows and domestic use and help provide a more efficient system to our homeowners. Replacement will minimize the District’s exposure to emergency pipeline failure and repairs, which the District has been experiencing on Kinnikinnick Road.

Homeowners living on Kinnikinnick should have access to their homes and should not experience loss of water during the project. The project will be done in sections starting from Western Road. Once we receive a schedule of those sections, we will post it on our website. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding while we undergo this large project.

For updated information regarding this project, go to