Remember to Vote
The deadline for voting on the proposed change to our Willow Creek 3 truck parking covenant is Friday, September 20. Completed ballots must be in the hands of our management company, Spectrum Commercial Real Estate Solutions, no later than that date. Self-addressed, stamped envelopes were provided in the ballot mailing.
Here is the proposed covenant change that was sent to all Willow Creek 3 townhome and single-family home owners.
The Community Celebrates Willowstock
Willowstock, a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival, brought hundreds of Willow Creek residents of all ages to the Willow Way clubhouse area on August 17 to celebrate an afternoon and evening of community, music, food and fun.
Seated on the lawn as well as on blankets and camp chairs, the crowd heard four Willow Creek bands play six hours of live music while enjoying food and drinks either brought with them or purchased from trucks on site.
Blair Zykan, a member of the band Dogs Off Leash and former Willow Creek 3 resident now living in Willow 2, was the primary organizer of the free event.
Special thanks to each of volunteers and sponsors for their help making Willowstock possible: Blair Zykan (organizer); Willow Creek 2 Board of Directors; Leslie Wirtz (artwork); Above Treeline (band); Stella Jameson Band; Domesticated Animals (band); Dogs Off Leash (band); Christine Justino Your Castle Real Estate; Willow Creek Wine & Spirits; Metropolitan Bar & Grill; Mama Roma; Cam Solar; Health Now Family Practice+Walk In; Dan Lander Farm Bureau Insurance.
A few Willowstock commemorative t-shirts may still be available for purchase by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some special events taking place in our Willow Creek community over the coming weeks:
The 14th Annual Willow Creek Tennis Classic takes place from September 4 through 8. Organized by the Willow Creek Tennis Club, the Tennis Classic offers competition in men’s and women’s doubles and mixed. There will be a party and prize drawing on Friday the 6th. Although competition takes place on courts throughout Willow Creek during this multi-day event, the home base will be the Willow 2 clubhouse and courts at 8500 East Mineral Drive. For details on this event, email email@example.com.
An End-of-the-Summer Pool Party Social will take place Saturday, September 7 from 4:30p.m. to 7 p.m at our Willow Creek 3 pool. Enjoy food, beverages, music, games and fun! Please bring ID as proof of your WC3 residency. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
And on Wednesday, September 18 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Willow Creek Women’s Club will hold its annual Willow Creek Home Tour. This year’s tour will feature six homes located in Willow Creek 1, 2 and 3. Tickets are $10 for just the tour or $20 for the tour and a year’s membership in the Women’s Club. Tickets, maps and brochures will be available tour day at the Jamison Clubhouse, 8050 East Jamison Drive. If you have questions, contact Christine Justino at email@example.com, 303 916-3475.
Unfortunately, one event not continuing this year is the Willow Creek Fall Festival. The Festival was organized the past eight years by real estate firm The Gilbert Group.
September Pool Hours
On a limited basis, the Willow Creek 3 Board of Directors has extended the days and hours the pool will be open beyond the Labor Day holiday weekend. Here is the schedule:
Friday, September 6: 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 7: Noon to 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 8: Noon to 8 p.m.
Friday, September 13: 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 14: Noon to 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 15: Noon to 8 p.m.
The pool will close for the season at the end of the day Sunday, September 15.
This is a reminder that dogs must be leashed when they are out and about in our community. Both the city and our HOA require it. City of Centennial Animal Control patrols Willow Creek and will issue warnings and tickets to offenders. There have been serious incidents in the past where unleashed dogs have injured other pets and/or caused residents to be concerned for their safety…Dinner-time food trucks will be available for all Willow Creek residents one final time on Wednesday, August 28. The trucks will offer a variety of food choices for purchase and will be located at the Mineral clubhouse parking lot, 8500 East Mineral Drive, from 5:30 p.m. ‘til 8 p.m. Willow Creek 2 organizes this popular offering for the community. Residents are welcome to bring chairs, small tables, blankets and beverages. The clubhouse will not be open. Be aware that weather can impact the schedule.
Important Contacts and Links
•Spectrum Commercial Real Estate Solutions
1873 South Bellaire Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80222
303 409-6000 (main); 303 409-6001 (fax)
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
Amanda Phifer, Executive Administrative Assistant
303 409-6018 (direct); 303 409-6000 (main)
• Board Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please identify yourself in your email. The board’s goal is to check emails daily and respond within three days. The board asks for your patience in case there is an unforeseen delay.
• Clubhouse Manager: Deanna Mumfrey (See Clubhouse page for details)
Clubhouse fee $35/day, $100 deposit. Need to complete rental agreement.
• Tennis court keys and pool keycards: Amanda Phifer
• Perfect Pools (WC3 pool management) 303 795-1191
• JBK Landscape: 303 751-0192
WC3 landscape and greenbelt maintenance.
• Waste Management (trash and recycling) 303 797-1600
• Dolphins Swim Team (Willow Creek 3 youth swim team)
• Willow Creek Women’s Club: Carolyn Pyron, President
Natisha Doherty, Membership. Email: email@example.com
• Willow Creek Tennis Club: Mary Beth Doerr, President
Organizes and promotes tennis activities for all three Willow Creek communities.
• Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency number: 303 795-4711
The ACSO provides police services under contract with the city of Centennial.
• City of Centennial Information Line: 303 325-8000
Available 24/7 to answer questions and direct you where to go for help.
• District 3 (includes Willow Creek) City Council Representatives:
Ken Lucas, 303 754-3367, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Sutherland, 303 754-3407, Email: email@example.com
• City of Centennial Animal Control: 303 325-8070
• South Suburban Parks and Recreation: 303 798-5131
• South Metro Safety Foundation: 303 805-0228; 720 989-2260
Classes offered by this organization include: CPR, Driver Awareness, Teen Crash Avoidance, Super Sitting Babysitting. They also do child car seat inspections.
• Nextdoor.com: A free social network serving neighbors and the community. Monitored locally by Willow Creek residents.
Do you have website questions, comments, criticisms, suggestions, events, news? Email website administrator Bob Correll: firstname.lastname@example.org