“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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More info can be found under the Fire Restrictions Tab

Fire ban email blast 6.12

Mosquito Fogging

Thursday, June 24th

Between 7:30pm—11:00pm

Please try to remain indoors during this time, keep your pets inside,

Windows closed, & If you see your neighbor-tell them!

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Mag-Chloride will also be sprayed on the roads Thursday, June 24th @ 9 am

Looking for slash solutions

The lake was stocked at the end of May with trout and will be stocked again in July.

Once the Social Committee has finalized 4th of July events, we will send out an email blast.  Parade and Concert have already been scheduled.

Please click here for information from a non-profit volunteer organization that helps folks in need after a disaster.  If you or if you know anyone who could benefit from their services please reach out to them and they may be able to help clean up your lot from damage from the fire. 

 

Slash and Trash Flyer 2021 July 24th & 25th

ETF Lessons Learned

East Troublesome Fire Donations options

Community Donations

FIRST RESPONDER DONATIONS:

 

Grand Lake Fire Department

Encouraging donations for our small fire department Checks can be sent to: Grand Lake Fire PO Box 1408 Grand Lake, CO 80447

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Homeowners and staff who lost their home who have a GoFundMe page

Aurel Burtis

 Jodie and Donnie Kern Jr.

Jennifer Reed

Keith A. and Laura Kratz

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FIRE HELP INFO

 

 

 

 

Fire ban email blast 6.12

No fireworks or sparkers

CLCC prohibits all open fires – propane fireplaces and grills are ok with on/off switch – Charcoal grills are not ok.

Smoking is only permitted in an enclosed vehicle or building, or while stopped in an area at least 3’ in diameter that is clear of all flammable materials per the county

CLCC NEVER allows ANY fireworks or sparklers

Thank you for following all fire regulations & keeping our neighborhood safe from fire!

 

CLICK HERE to download spreadsheet of volunteers who want to help our homeowners with everything from cleanup to renovation.

Please click here for information from a non-profit volunteer organization that helps folks in need after a disaster.  If you or if you know anyone who could benefit from their services please reach out to them and they may be able to help clean up your lot from damage from the fire. 

 

WILDFIRE RECOVERY INFORMATION

Information related to your home

Grand County Clean-Up-and-Recovery-Guide

Disposal Notification Form

Asbestos East Troublesome Fire info

Clean Up Your Site

Questions to ask your contractor

CONTRACTORS – Local

Insurance Tips 

 

Tool and more News

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As fire ripped through Colorado, this worried homeowner kept busy by painting

 

https://coloradosun.com/2020/11/02/east-troublesome-fire-colorado-tick-tock/?fbclid=IwAR1R23vC-4IEgrVW7cvgTZnI1wDLRK0pyKyjR5IJLs1JVDryFlR1kceU0Wk

Fire Viewer Map

Possible Mountain Lion and other Wildlife moving into town

CLCC Complaint/Violation process and form

If the complaint in question is a threat to the health, safety, and welfare of yourself or that of the entire community, please contact the correct authorities (list below) or 911.

If your complaint is with your utilities please contact your provider (list below)

If the complaint is related to any of the CLCC rules and regulations or you want to keep us apprised of a situation that happened CLCC has developed an online form for homeowners to file complaints and/or violations.  This process is the best way for us to keep good records of complaints/violations we receive.

Because there are time limits on when a complaint can be filed you should submit a complaint as soon as possible.

All 4 governing documents can be found on our webpage https://columbinelake.com/governing-documents/.

When submitting a complaint, please provide as much information as possible, including:

  • The name or address of the person(s) your complaint is against;

  • A short description of the event(s)

  • The date(s) of the violation.

  • Any other information such as police reports, pictures, and such.  The more information the better.

Complain/Violation Form

 

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

Volunteer Opportunities 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 or just want to help out when needed please let us know.

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RENTAL INFORMATION:

email at CLCCSTRReg@gmail.com

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

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STR New changes to CLCC’s Rental Regulations

CLCC RENTAL REGULATIONS

CLCC RENTAL REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

CLCC Permit Application

Grand County Permit

Frequently Asked Questions

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CLCC is a private lake and owners must have their badges with them at all times when using the lake and must be made available when asked.

All boats must have a CLCC sticker.

Boat Racks are reserved each year by a lottery system with applications available in January of each year with the drawing held Mid-March.

Below is a map of the numbers for our boat racks. Any questions, feel free to contact the office at office@columbinelake.com  or 970-627-8120 Thank you.

CLCC Fire Restrictions

Fire ban email blast  6.12

No fireworks or sparkers

CLCC prohibits all open fires – propane fireplaces and grills are ok with on/off switch – Charcoals are not ok.

Smoking is only permitted in an enclosed vehicle or building, or while stopped in an area at least 3’ in diameter that is clear of all flammable materials per the county

CLCC NEVER allows ANY fireworks or sparklers

Thank you for following all fire regulations & keeping our neighborhood safe from fire!

Re-Vegetation & Weed Warrior  Programs

Click on the link above to read more

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 CLUBHOUSE & OFFICE

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Clubhouse Hours 

Clubhouse: 970-557-3291

July clubhouse hour are

Monday thru Thursday 4 pm to 8 pm

Friday & Saturday 12 pm to 8 pm

Sunday 10 am to 6 pm

Office Hours

for in-person visits

Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 10 to 4

office@columbinelake.com

Office:  970-627-8120

PO Box 714, Grand Lake, CO  80447

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

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