“We are a covenant-based community with fair, balanced and consistent standards. We are focused on the preservation and enhancement of our tranquil mountain environment, lake and recreational amenities.”

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TO:  ALL CLCC OWNERS

FROM:   Mark Woltkamp

SUBJECT:  Virtual Board Meeting April 11 at 9:00 a.m.

DATE:   April 6, 2020

Dear CLCC Owners,

The regular scheduled April 11 board meeting will be conducted as a “virtual” meeting, commencing on Saturday at 9:00 a.m.  The meeting Agenda is attached.  We will be utilizing the Uber Teleconference platform, which Heike Wilson determined best meets our virtual meeting criteria:

     * utilize simple technology (no video or webinar at this time);

     * allow for easy connectivity for all who wish to attend and participate;

     * provide capabilities to control access and manage participants

     * do so at a reasonable cost.

Since this will be our first virtual board meeting and we have no idea how many owners may want to attend, we are trying hard to ensure its success for all of us.  Our goal is to make this virtual board meeting as close as possible to a regular meeting in terms of format and participation.  In order to make it both efficient and effective,  we have developed a series of protocols for all participants to follow.

All CLCC owners who wish to attend the virtual meeting are required to send a pre-registration email to Heike at office@columbinelake.com with your name, current email address, CLCC block and lot number and the phone number you will use to connect.  Your pre-registration email must be received by Heike no later than end of day Thursday, April 9.  After you pre-register, Heike will send an email invitation to you with the call-in number, access PIN and important instructions.

If you wish to speak during the Members Forum, you must also indicate this in your pre-registration email and include a brief (just a few words) description of the topic you wish to address.  Please remember that only CLCC Owners allowed to attend the meeting and to speak during the Members Forum. Each owner is allowed to speak only once during the Members Forum and, as usual, this will be the only time owners will be allowed to speak during the board meeting.  Note that normal meeting Members Forum rules still apply – be respectful, be brief, be brilliant and be gone!

If you do not personally feel comfortable speaking over the phone during the Members Forum, you may submit a brief comment or question with your pre-registration email to Heike that will be read aloud by a board member after all speakers are finished.

Without knowing how many people will want to speak during the forum, we must limit speaking time to two (2) minutes per owner.  Our board Secretary, Julie McCarty, will be the timekeeper and will let you know when you have 20 seconds remaining.  Once your time limit is reached, you will be muted by Heike, the conference call administrator, so that everyone has a chance to speak.  If warranted, I or another board member, will briefly respond to your comment or question.

During the course of the virtual board meeting, except for the Members Forum, all Owners phones will be muted by the conference call administrator.  This will preclude inadvertent talking or background noise from interfering with the quality and flow of the call.  During the Members Forum, the conference call administrator will individually unmute each speaker’s phone when it is their turn to speak.

Board member’s phones will remain unmuted during the entire board meeting.  However, board member discussions, comments and votes will be managed by means of a “roll-call” process where each board member will be called by name to respond at the appropriate time.

As mentioned in a CLCC communication a few days ago, the virtual meeting Agenda has been simplified to restrict board voting to essential topics (Minutes and Financials) so that we can focus on issues related to the management of our community during this crisis time.

Finally, I ask that if you do plan to attend the virtual board meeting, please ensure that you allow plenty of time (10 minutes) to get connected and join the conference call.  Depending on the number of participants, initial connectivity might be slow.  The meeting will commence at 9:00 a.m. sharp and will probably last about 2-3 hours. Late arrivals may have difficulty joining the call.  Please contact Heike if you have any questions.

I look forward to this first virtual board meeting, if for no other reason than to bring back some limited sense of normalcy to our community.  I ask in advance for your patience and cooperation in making this meeting a success for all.  Thank you.

Stay Safe.  Stay Healthy.

Mark Woltkamp

President

CLCC Board of Directors

AGENDA April 2020

 

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TO:  ALL CLCC OWNERS

FROM:  Mark Woltkamp

SUBJECT:  New Grand County Public Health Order for STRs

DATE:  April 3, 2020

Dear CLCC Owners,

As was mentioned in my President’s Letter a few days ago, on Tuesday March 31, Grand County Public Health issued a public health order prohibiting all Short-Term Rental (STR) properties from operating and taking new reservations through April 30, 2020.  This order became effective yesterday, April 2, at 5:00 p.m. MST.

Quoting the Grand County Public Health Director (Brene Belew-La Due), “this order is designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Grand County; it also aligns with orders from the State of Colorado that were implemented on March 26, 2020”.   For those of you who wish to read the specific details of the order, please find below a link to the actual order that was signed and released by Grand County Public Health.

https://www.co.grand.co.us/DocumentCenter/View/15016/Grand-County-PHO-33120-Executed?bidId

All CLCC-registered STR owners received a letter a few days ago from Geoff Schaney, the CLCC board member who oversees STR related issues for CLCC.  Geoff wanted to ensure that all CLCC STR owners were aware of the order, especially those who live out-of-state or otherwise might not have been aware of this local directive.

In its press release, Grand County stated that local authorities will work toward voluntary compliance or will utilize the proper means necessary to enforce the order.  Failure to comply is subject to a fine up to $5000, imprisonment in the county jail and may lead to suspension or revocation of the property’s county-issued STR permit.

Please note that this is a mandatory Grand County order and is NOT a CLCC directive or regulation.  CLCC owners should NOT contact CLCC staff or board members for any questions or compliance concerns about this order.

If you have questions regarding this order, you are directed to call the Grand County 24-Hour STR Hotline at 970-725-6022 or Grand County Short Term Rentals at 970-725-3737.  To report violations of this order or others, Grand County Public Health directs you to visit CO.GRAND.CO.US/VIOLATION .

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this crisis. Stay safe and stay healthy!

Mark Woltkamp

President

CLCC Board of Directors

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FROM:  Mark Woltkamp

SUBJECT:  President’s Letter 3rd Quarter

DATE:  April 1, 2020

It is clear that the COVID-19 infection risk and the measures taken to mitigate that risk, will continue to impact the CLCC community into the foreseeable future. Health experts estimate that the effects will be felt for months to come – probably into summer.

Given the expected duration, the COVID-19 risk will soon further impact the way we as an HOA conduct regular business.  This current letter is to advise all CLCC owners of such impacts going forward over the coming months, until such time as a “resume to normal” directive is issued by Colorado state and local governing authorities. I apologize in advance for the length of this letter but all of the information is important to everyone in the community.

  1. SCHEDULED MEETINGS

  2.  BOARD MEETINGSwill continue to be held on the second Saturday of every month but will be conducted virtually, utilizing a commercially-available phone or video conferencing platform. We are still determining the best option to use that will also allow for participation by owners wishing to attend.  The next board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, April 11, at 9 AM. More info to follow.

For the virtual meetings, BOARD MEETING AGENDAS will be significantly shortened to focus primarily on ongoing crisis and HOA management concerns.  Unless there is a critical need, no motions for new regulations, new proposals or changes to governing document language will be considered. Board voting during virtual meetings will therefore be limited to approvals of the prior meeting minutes and the monthly financials.  A Members Forum will be scheduled but will require owners to pre-submit comments or questions via email prior to any meeting.

  1. The CLCC ANNUAL MEETING, currently scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, Sunday May 24, will be postponed until either the July Fourth weekend or the Labor Day weekend, depending on the COVID-19 situation at the time.  Given the normally high number of annual meeting participants, there is no thought at this time to conduct a virtualAnnual Meeting.

The ballot process for the ELECTION FOR OPEN BOARD MEMBER POSITIONS and the APPROVAL OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET, which are normally coincident with the annual meeting, will be postponed until the rescheduled date of the annual meeting  – unless a safer and viable voting methodology can be found.  The current manual voting process using mail-in and in-person ballots requires significant lead time preparation and person-to-person interaction that would violate current COVID-19 restrictions and put people at risk.  We continue to look at different options, but tech experts tell us that a reliable and confidential electronic voting process is probably not in the cards at this point.

If the ELECTION FOR OPEN BOARD MEMBER POSITIONS cannot be held before the end of May, the three (3) expiring terms of current board members (Liza Eilers, John Amerman and Becky Brentlinger) will be automatically extended until an election can take place.  The three candidates are willing to extend their terms so this poses no risk to the HOA or the board.  (When the board election can be scheduled, a new notice will be sent to the community to advise interested owners to self-identify for a potential board position).

If the ballot process for the APPROVAL OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET cannot be held, then this year’s current approved budget will likewise be extended until a ballot can take place.  Next year’s budget is being developed as we speak by the Board Treasurer, Scott Wilson, along with the Budget Committee (David Kaeding, John Amerman and Geoff Schaney).  Once it is finalized and approved by the board, we will send out the proposed budget to all owners for your review, regardless of whether or not a ballot process will take place soon.

The current year’s budget is due to expire at the end of our fiscal year on June 30. Extending this year’s current and approved budget past that date will allow us to maintain our essential services such as payroll, utilities, road maintenance, trash, building maintenance, etc. Should the current budget be extended, the board and staff have made a commitment to minimize all discretionary spending and to strictly maintain the current expenses and trends.  Maintenance, repairs or renovations in the Clubhouse and Office that are already approved and funded (in Operating budget or Reserves) may take place during this closure period, as long as they can be completed without compromising anyone’s health and safety.

Directly related to the annual budget is the issue of ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES – the HOA fees assessed to each lot owner. Based upon the preliminary budget for next year, there will be NO INCREASE in the annual fees for the next fiscal year.  They will remain at $875 per annum per lot.  Our governing documents require that we send out normal annual assessments by June 15, with assessments to be paid in full by July 31 or one-half by July 31 and the remainder by November 30 of the same year.

  1. SCHEDULED EVENTS

  2. All regularly scheduled social events like Pot Luck Dinners, Chili Cook-Offs, Game Nights, etc.  are temporarily suspended for the duration of the crisis.

  3. The Fourth of July Barbeque and Parade will remain on the calendar but is subject to change as needed.

  4. The annual Slash & Trash event, currently scheduled for the weekend of July 25/26, will remain on the calendar but is also subject to change as needed.

HOA BUSINESS OPERATIONS

  1. Full-time staff (David and Heike) will continue to remain on the payroll with full benefits and are working from home to the extent possible.

  2. David and Heike will continue maintaining all essential services in our community – trash, roads, safety and security of community property, website communications, utilities, insurances, accounts payable and receivable, etc.  As CLCC employees, David and Heike are responsible solely for the management of the HOA.  Owners should not make requests of our staff to check on their private properties for security or maintenance reasons.  (Even under normal circumstances, we cannot do this for legal and insurance reasons).

  3. Heike will continue to update the CLCC website (columbinelake.com) to keep everyone informed about what is happening in the community relative to the rapidly changing situation.  In addition to specific CLCC information, Heike will also include links to relevant websites for local/county news updates and resource information.  Please utilize this as your primary resource for CLCC information.

  4. David and Heike have remote access to emails but not to voice mails.  Voice mails are checked only sporadically so please do not leave any critical or time sensitive messages on the Office voice mail.  Anything critical or time sensitive should be sent via email to office@columbinelake.com.

  5. The Clubhouse, Pool and Office will remain closed for the duration of the crisis.  As soon as the snow melts, the Playground at the Office will also be closed.  The Lake remains available for use by owners but we will take our guidance from the Colorado Department of Parks & Wildlife and US Forest Service in terms of any potential lake restrictions going forward.

  6. Part-time Clubhouse staff will remain on the payroll and will continue to be paid based upon the normal Clubhouse work schedule that would have been in place prior to the crisis. This is a normal budgeted expense and is the right thing to do for our loyal employees.  Part-time staff will be utilized when appropriate by David for one-off maintenance projects in the Clubhouse, as long as there is no health or safety risk to anyone and state health guidelines are followed.

  7. In order to save expense and time and to better manage health concerns, we are temporarily suspending the CLCC recycling program, effective immediately. Those gates and bins will be locked and we request that people do not leave recycling on the ground or throw it over the locked gates.  CLCC trash disposal facilities will continue to operate normally.  Ace Hardware in Granby provides recycling bins and can be contacted at 970-531-3349 for details.

I thank you all for your patience and understanding as we navigate through this crisis together.   Through email blasts such as this, as well as through the CLCC Website, we are committed to keep all owners updated about the changing impacts in our community.  We certainly don’t have all the answers and would look to each of you to provide us with any relevant assistance or expertise you may have.  Should you have any suggestion, question, concern or comment about the management of our community during this crisis, please send it via email to the office@columbinelake.com under the email subject heading of: CLCC Crisis Management.

Finally, I want to highlight some very late breaking news.  Grand County Public Health just issued a mandatory cease and desist order for all short term rental (STR) activities in the county.  This order is effective April 2 at 5:00 PM and includes all STR properties in CLCC.  It requires all STRs to be vacated immediately and no new reservations can be taken for the period through April 30.  This will serve to help mitigate the virus risk in CLCC by reducing the number of outside visitors in the community.

Again, on behalf of the entire Board of Directors and the CLCC staff, thank you for your cooperation and understanding in these very challenging times.  Stay safe and stay healthy!

Mark Woltkamp

President

CLCC Board of Directors

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TO: ALL CLCC OWNERS

FROM:  Mark Woltkamp

SUBJECT:  CLCC COVID-19 Information

DATE:  March 24, 2020

Dear Columbine Lake Owners,

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis still dominates the waking thoughts and behaviors of virtually every person in the US.  Your CLCC Board of Directors and Staff continue to have discussions about doing whatever we possibly can,  within the limits of our governing authority, to help mitigate the virus risk in our community, beyond last week’s closing of the Clubhouse and the Office.

Everyone already knows exactly what we should be doing in terms of social distancing and other precautionary measures. The vast majority of people are already doing what they can to help “flatten the infection curve”.  Most impressively, so many good people are doing selfless and generous things to provide help and support to their families, friends, neighbors and communities during this time of crisis.

It has been well-publicized that some Colorado mountain communities have been particularly hard-hit by the virus and all of them have potential risks greater than commuities along the Front Range. I want to share with you an excerpt from an article just put out by Grand County Public Health that puts into perspective the specific risk in Grand County and how all of us can be of help.

“Good afternoon! While we recently posted about the 10 ways to stay active during the COVID-19 outbreak, please realize that small mountain communities are NOT a safe haven from COVID-19 and we have very limited resources and supplies. We have only three small emergency departments and only two major grocery providers for the 15,000 permanent residents living here. We do not have the capacity to feed, house and care for a large number of visitors, especially immunocompromised or high-risk individuals. Please take this to heart when you think about traveling in Colorado. The safest actions you can take are: stay home, enjoy some fresh air and take care of your mind and body during this difficult time…..Thank you for your support and understanding”.

I sincerely request that CLCC owners heed Grand County Public Health’s plea to minimize travel into the county and, by extension, into CLCC.  The vast majority of CLCC owners are second-home owners (part-timers), but we do have approximately 10% of our homes utilized as full-time residences and many of those full-timers fall within the high-risk categories.  Moreover, we still have our staff, David Kaeding and Heike Wilson, working to keep our community running.  Please recognize that incremental visitors to our community equates to incremental risk.

Nobody knows what the new norm will be or when it will occur.  In the meantime, on behalf of all CLCC owners and employees, I ask that each of us please do our part by trying to minimize visits and visitors into our community.   We can do this by voluntarily following the board’s suggested guidelines below, to the extent possible:

1).  Part-timers are asked to minimize travel into CLCC by remaining in your primary residence locations;

2).  Both full-timers and part-timers are asked to minimize outside guests invited into the CLCC community;

3).  Owners of short term rental properties are asked to temporarily suspend rental activities within CLCC to minimize outside visitors into our community.

It is extremely important to emphasize that the above guidelines are only suggestions and are strictly voluntary.  We are not enacting any new regulations to mandate adherence to the guidelines nor will we be taking any actions to enforce the guidelines.  We only ask that, out of altruistic concern for your community, you follow the suggested guidelines where possible, until such time as the crisis abates.

Finally, I want to let you know that several members of our community have generously volunteered to provide support and assistance to any CLCC resident in need.  This could include picking up groceries, providing transportation or running necessary errands.  If you should have a need or wish to volunteeer, please contact Heike Wilson in the CLCC Office at 970-627-8120 or via email at office@columbinelake.com. A huge thank you to those kind souls who have already volunteered!!

Thank you in advance for your continued cooperation and understanding.  Stay safe and stay healthy!

Mark Woltkamp

President CLCC Board of Directors

Columbine Country Club Grand Lake, Colorado

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TO:  All CLCC Owners

FROM:   Mark Woltkamp

SUBJECT: Clubhouse Closure

DATE:  March 15, 2020

Dear CLCC Owners,

In order to help mitigate the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community, we have decided to close the CLCC Clubhouse, effective immediately.  This follows on the heels of the recent closures of all ski resorts in Colorado and the Saturday closure of the Grand Lake Recreation Center.

The Clubhouse will remain closed and unstaffed for at least 30 days unless there are circumstances that warrant an earlier reopening.  The closure will logically be extended should conditions not improve.  No one but CLCC employees or contractors will be allowed to enter the Clubhouse.  The trash and recycling facilities will remain fully operational and the community roads will continue to be maintained.

Clubhouse staff will continue to be paid for their scheduled shifts/hours during the closure period.  Our GM, David Kaeding, will utilize the staff, where appropriate, to perform routine maintenance as well as intensive cleaning and sanitation of the facility.  We will take advantage of the down-time to drain the pool for acid-washing, which we do every year, but normally later in April after Spring Break.

David Kaeding and Heike Wilson, our new Administrator, will continue to staff the CLCC Office, but the Office will be physically closed to the public, including all owners, families and guestsAll CLCC-related business can be conducted with David or Heike via the telephone 970-627-8120 or email office@columbinelake.com.

We will keep you informed as to any further developments.  We ask for your continued cooperation and patience as we all navigate through these unchartered waters.  Thank you.

Mark Woltkamp

President

CLCC Board of Directors

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CLCC will do our best to keep you informed of what is happening with this rapidly changing situation.  Below are a few links for updated information and resources.  

Coronavirus

Several members of our community have generously volunteered to provide support and assistance to any CLCC resident in need.  This could include picking up groceries, providing transportation or running necessary errands.  If you should have a need or wish to volunteeer, please contact Heike Wilson in the CLCC Office at 970-627-8120 or via email at office@columbinelake.com. A huge thank you to those kind souls who have already volunteered!!

High risk individuals can get grocery delivery from Mountain Market by emailing Katie@mountainmarketgl.com

Grand Lake Wine and Spirits is offering delivery to CLCC 970-627-3810

Mountain Family Center has drive thru food pantry in Granby M-F 9-3. Everyone is welcome!

COVID-19 Updates from Grand County

Resources for COVID-19 Community Emergency Response

Mountain Family Center

What Restaurants Are Open for Take-out by Skyhinews

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New Architectural Committee (ARC) Members

Please help welcome our two members of the architectural committee, Rebecca Brentlinger and Mari Fountain.  As we embark upon the 2020 year, we are committed to providing continuity and balance on the architectural side of our neighborhood. Our goal this year is to update our by-laws and continue to expedite the approval of new construction and exterior improvement requests. You may not be aware that our community has grown rapidly in the past few years. We now have 456 homes and 150 lots; this has created a challenge on how the architectural committee works on the approval process.   Our community is no longer just a summer destination as it was when the by-laws were created back in 1969. We now have year-round residents, new construction material, and practices and the natural beauty that surround us.  The committee is sensitive to all these factors and we will work hard to incorporate all the elements into our updates.  We will be providing updates throughout the year, so keep reading your newsletter.

New Interim Board Member

We are pleased to announce that Becky Brentlinger has joined the CLCC Board of Directors as an interim replacement for the open board position created when Marilyn Binkley resigned from the board late last year. Becky has been a full-time CLCC resident since 2016 and is currently serving on CLCC’s Safety & Security Committee and the Architectural Review Committee (ARC).  She is a retired US Postal Service Executive (35 years) and also is a licensed Colorado realtor.  Please join me in welcoming Becky to the board!

Becky’s board position is labeled as “interim” because the term of the position she assumes is due to expire in May of this year.  Her position, along with two other current board positions whose terms are also expiring this year, will be subject to the annual board election process always done in conjunction with our Annual Meeting, scheduled this year on Sunday, May 24 (Mark your calendars now!).

New Administrator

We are very pleased to announce that Heike Wilson has joined the CLCC staff as Office Administrator.  Heike replaced Nancy Negri who, as you all know has happily retired.  Heike (pronounced hike-ee) has lived in Grand County for over 10 years and  loves all it has to offer.  During the winter months you can find her skiing and during the summer months you can find her paddle boarding.  She has three kids 26, 20 & 17.

 

 

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Volunteer Opportunities at Columbine Lake

If you would like the opportunity to volunteer at Columbine Lake.

We are always looking for Homeowners with specials skills that we might be able to utilize.  If you have a special skill we might be able to use please let us know.

please email office@columbinelake.com

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RENTAL INFORMATION:

Short Term Rental Complaint Hot Line #   970-725-6022

TO:  ALL CLCC OWNERS

FROM:  Mark Woltkamp

SUBJECT:  New Grand County Public Health Order for STRs

DATE:  April 3, 2020

Dear CLCC Owners,

As was mentioned in my President’s Letter a few days ago, on Tuesday March 31, Grand County Public Health issued a public health order prohibiting all Short-Term Rental (STR) properties from operating and taking new reservations through April 30, 2020.  This order became effective yesterday, April 2, at 5:00 p.m. MST.

Quoting the Grand County Public Health Director (Brene Belew-La Due), “this order is designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Grand County; it also aligns with orders from the State of Colorado that were implemented on March 26, 2020”.   For those of you who wish to read the specific details of the order, please find below a link to the actual order that was signed and released by Grand County Public Health.

https://www.co.grand.co.us/DocumentCenter/View/15016/Grand-County-PHO-33120-Executed?bidId

All CLCC-registered STR owners received a letter a few days ago from Geoff Schaney, the CLCC board member who oversees STR related issues for CLCC.  Geoff wanted to ensure that all CLCC STR owners were aware of the order, especially those who live out-of-state or otherwise might not have been aware of this local directive.

In its press release, Grand County stated that local authorities will work toward voluntary compliance or will utilize the proper means necessary to enforce the order.  Failure to comply is subject to a fine up to $5000, imprisonment in the county jail and may lead to suspension or revocation of the property’s county-issued STR permit.

Please note that this is a mandatory Grand County order and is NOT a CLCC directive or regulation.  CLCC owners should NOT contact CLCC staff or board members for any questions or compliance concerns about this order.

If you have questions regarding this order, you are directed to call the Grand County 24-Hour STR Hotline at 970-725-6022 or Grand County Short Term Rentals at 970-725-3737.  To report violations of this order or others, Grand County Public Health directs you to visit CO.GRAND.CO.US/VIOLATION .

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this crisis. Stay safe and stay healthy!

Mark Woltkamp

President

CLCC Board of Directors

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CLCC RENTAL REGULATIONS

CLCC RENTAL REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

Grand County Permit

Fequently Asked Questions

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2020 BOAT LOTTERY!

Boat lottery has been closed.  Email notifications have gone out with your awarded slip.  If you did not receive an email please check your “junk” folder or call email office@columbinelake.com

Boat Rack Map

Below is a map of the numbers for our boat racks. Please be sure your BLOCK & LOT numbers are on your boat!  Any questions, feel free to contact the office at 970-627-8120  Thank you.

 

Weed Warrior

Don’t forget…. we always need YOUR help with Noxious Weeds!

Columbine Lake has an active effort to manage & control our noxious weeds, both on private & community property. It is aptly named, the Weed Warrior Program. It is headed today by Betty Bush. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the noxious weeds around Columbine Lake. The 4 main state-listed noxious weed plants are:

  • Scentless Chamomile (primary target this year)
  • Oxeye Daisy
  • Yellow Toadflax
  • Canada Thistle

You can obtain a flyer from the clubhouse or the office which will give you lots of information. If you want specific information or would like to help, feel free to contact Betty Bush at hubbush@comcast.net. Let’s remember … Wildlife will NOT eat them, so let’s get rid of them!

Animal Control Ordinances . . .

Please click here to read the Grand County Animal Control Ordinances.

Animal Shelter: (970) 887-2988

Sherriff’s Office: (970) 725-3343

CLCC OFFICE

Effective Monday March 16th the Clubhouse will close for 30 days as a precaution to protect our members and staff.  Thanks for your understanding.

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Office Hours – Office is closed to the public, including all owners, families and guests. 

All CLCC-related business can be conducted with David or Heike via the telephone or email

office@columbinelake.com

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9am -4pm

Closed Thursday, Saturday & Sunday

Office:  970-627-8120

Email:  office@columbinelake.com

Fax: 970-627-3313

PO Box 714, Grand Lake, CO  80447

Short Term Rental Complaint Hot Line #   970-725-6022

CLCC CLUBHOUSE

Effective Monday March 16th the Clubhouse will close for 30 days as a precaution to protect our members and staff.  Thanks for your understanding.

Clubhouse 970-557-3291

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