Need An Architectural Control Committee Request Form?
Click on the link below for the form.  When complete, email to careteam@rowcal.com.
Architectural Control Committee Request Form

Single-Family Home Painting
To begin the process of selecting single-family home paint colors, contact the paint coordinator at willowcreek3paint@gmail.com. 

You can contact Sherwin Williams and ask about their process for obtaining the approved paint color book from them.  (See below for store details.)   When you have made your choice, complete online the Architectural Control Committee Request Form (located on this page and also on the Architectural Control Information page). 

By clicking on this Sherwin-Williams link, https://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/hoa/centennial/co/willow-creek-iii-hoa/, you can see examples of the single-family home color choices. Be aware that the colors as displayed on your viewing device may differ somewhat from the actual paint colors.

Sherwin-Williams store
A notebook of Willow Creek 3 choices for field (main), trim and accents colors is available at the Sherwin-Williams store located at 7580 Park Meadows Drive in Lone Tree.  The store is in a small strip mall across the street from Sam’s Club off Quebec.

Hours:  Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
              Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
              Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Phone: 303 721-8866

A 10 percent “Preferred Customer” discount is available for Willow Creek 3 residents. Sales also take place periodically.

This store participates in paint recycling through PaintCare.org .  Check with the store for details on recycling unused paint.

Remember that all exterior paint colors must first be approved.

Townhome Painting
You can g
o to the Sherwin-Williams store, 7580 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree (see above for details) and give them your townhome address.  Based on the location of your townhome, they will provide you with the appropriate color.  A complete list of the townhome color choices is also available by clicking on the link below.

Townhome Paint Color List

Fence Staining/Painting
ACC Fence Guidelines for Single Family Homes and Townhomes April 2021:

Before fences can be stained or painted or clear coated approval from the ACC must be obtained. Fences can be left in their natural state. The ACC’s guideline is that stains are preferable to paint. In general tan and light browns are desirable, however, all stains and paints that are submitted will be considered. When submitting a stain or paint for consideration, the larger the sample the better. These can be from a brochure or a sample can be submitted to the ACC at the monthly meeting.

Since this is a new guideline, existing coatings on fences must be approved before being reapplied. This is identical to the policy for single-family paint selection. Keep in mind that once a fence is painted or stained it must be maintained.

Roofing

Townhome Required:
CertainTeed Landmark TL or IR Shenandoah.

Single-Family Homes:
•CertainTeed Landmark T. L. colors: Burnt Sienna; Colonial Slate; ReSawn Shake; ; Weathered Wood; Shenandoah (townhome color).

•GAF-Elk Timberline colors: Slate; Pewter Gray; Dusky Gray; Shakewood; Hickory; Weathered Wood; Barkwood.
•Malarkey (Legacy and Windsor) color: Heather, Natural Wood; Sienna Blend.
•Owens Corning colors: Desert Tan; Charcoal; Brownwood; Teak; Driftwood; Estate Gray; Sand Dune.
•Pinnacle Atlas colors:  Driftwood; Heather Blend; Heathstone Gray; Burnt Sienna; Hickory; Colonial Gray; Weathered Wood; .
•Tamko colors:  Weathered Wood; Rustic Cedar; Rustic Redwood; Autumn Brown; Mountain Slate.

Remember that the ACC must receive and approve the roof replacement submittal, even if the above colors are used. Using these colors does not constitute approval by the ACC.  However, using the above colors/manufacturers will expedite the approval process for your request.  The ACC will consider other colors and manufacturers but a sample of the material must be submitted for review.

Many of the changes to the exterior of your home are addressed in the WC3 Policies Handbook.