Board of Directors
Aidan O’Shea – President (Term ends Oct. 2019)
Jerry Grant – Vice President (Term ends Oct. 2020)
Laura Ream – Secretary (Term ends Oct. 2020)
Martin Garrity – Treasurer (Term ends Oct. 2020)
Bob Bartlett – (Term ends Oct. 2021)
Fred Kremer – (Term ends Oct. 2019)
Betsy Alexander – (Term ends Oct. 2021)
Board Email Address: email@example.com
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.
The Willow Creek 3 Board of Directors meet at 6 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the Willow Creek 3 clubhouse, 8091 E. Phillips Circle, 80112. The meetings include a homeowner forum followed by a business meeting. All residents are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings.
Board Meeting Agenda
Here is the agenda for the June 2019 board meeting.
Clubhouse Rental/Information (See Clubhouse page for details)
Clubhouse manager: Deanna Mumfrey
Phone: 720 933-0785
Clubhouse fee $35/day, $100 deposit. A form needs to be completed.
Policies Handbook, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, Covenants
View these documents by clicking on the links below.
Policies Handbook (amended 2014)
Articles of Incorporation
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)
Mail dues checks to: Willow Creek 3
c/o Fortis Private Bank
P.O. Box 13889
Denver, CO 80201
Make check to: Willow Creek 3 HOA
Single-family home dues: $102
Townhome dues: $140
Click here to print a Unit Contact Sheet. The Unit Contact Sheet is provided by Spectrum Commercial Real Estate Solutions for Willow Creek 3 residents so that Spectrum can update its files, including resident email addresses. The information on the form is confidential, and if you include your email address, Spectrum can contact you quickly if there if they need to reach you with urgent information.
Click here to print an ACH Debit Form . The ACH Debit Form permits your monthly HOA dues to be debited directly from your bank account to Spectrum Commercial Real Estate Solutions.
When completed, check the bottom of each form for return information.
Moeller Graf P.C. (Law firm representing Willow Creek 3)
385 Inverness Parkway, Suite 200
Englewood, CO 80112
720 279-2568 website: http://www.moellergraf.com
HOA Meeting Minutes 2019
HOA Meeting Minutes 2018
OCTOBER (2018 annual meeting minutes remain as “Draft” until approved at the 2019 annual meeting.)
HOA Meeting Minutes 2016
Willow Work Newsletters 2019
Willow Works Newsletters 2018
Willow Works Newsletters 2017
Willow Creek 3 Budget
A new budget is prepared toward the end of each calendar year, then reviewed and approved by the board of directors for the following calendar year.
Click here to view the 2019 Willow Creek 3 budget.
Willow Creek 3 Reserve Study
This reserve study is a valuable tool to assist the board of directors in making the decision to which the dues are derived. Typically, the reserve contribution makes up 15% – 40% of the association’s total budget. Therefore, reserves are considered to be a significant part of the overall monthly association payment. The reserve study is updated periodically to remain current.
Monthly Operating Report
Click here to view the March 2019 Willow Creek 3 Operating Report.
WC3 Community Survey Results
Here are the results of the Willow Creek 3 community survey taken in early 2018. The survey was created by the board of directors to better understand the feelings of residents on a variety of community-related subjects. A total of 311 of our 515 households responded. Most responded online using Survey Monkey. Twenty-eight responded by mail. The amount of data received was substantial.
The results were tabulated in two ways. Bar graphs were used where the survey questions offered specific choices for residents to click on or check mark. That made tabulation of those responses relatively straightforward.
However, tabulating the responses of written, open-ended questions required a more free-form method. The format used by Survey Monkey in what it calls its “Cloud” format , displays a summary of those results using large, bold type for the words that appear most often in the written responses.
In addition to the Survey Monkey summary, included below are links to the comments received for each of the open-ended questions:
Q11: What types of social activities would you participate in if they were available?
Q15: Comments about the board of directors.
Q16: Comments about Spectrum management.
Q17: The safety of East Phillips Circle and Mineral Avenue along the park.
Q18: What do you like most about WC3?
Q19: What do you like least about WC3?
Q20: What changes would most improve WC3?
Q21: Any other comments, questions or concerns?
Q26: Truck suggestions
Q27: Additional comments