Welcome to Steamboat Lake Water & Sanitation District!
Who We Are
The Steamboat Lake Water and Sanitation District is a Special District governed by the State of Colorado for the purpose of supplying water and waste water services to District members. The District is overseen by a Board of Directors comprised of five Directors. The Directors are volunteers who are elected under the statutes of the State of Colorado, with staggered terms of four years.
The District must comply with strict state regulations for water supply and waste water removal. Regular water testing is required by the State, and an annual Water Quality Report (CCR) is sent to property owners. The wastewater plant has a State license that is reviewed every five years. Both facilities are inspected by the State of Colorado on a regular basis.
There are three operating water wells maintained by the District Board, as well as a water treatment plant (on Jupiter) and a sewer treatment (at the base of Willow Creek Pass). An extensive system of water supply and wastewater removal provides distribution and collection. An important component of the water supply system is a fire suppression system in Filings 1 and 2. There are numerous hydrants located in these two areas.
Regular Board meetings through 2020 will be held on the third Monday of each month at the North Routt Fire Station #2 (61915 CR 129, Clark, CO) at 6:30 pm. Any exceptions will be noted here at least 72 hours prior to meeting.
Due to a recent tightening of Covid-19 gathering restrictions, the SLWSD Board will be meeting via Zoom until otherwise notified. If you wish to attend a meeting, please email email@example.com for instructions on how to attend.
FOR BILLING/PAYMENT INQUIRYS ONLY
Scott Colby, CPA
PO Box 772944
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
The Willow Creek Pass Homeowners Association is a separate entity. It is responsible for all issues regarding road maintenance, snow removal, and enforcement of the Association Covenants and By-laws.