Located between Clark, Colorado and Steamboat Lake State Park, the Willow Creek Pass Village provides year-round recreation opportunities for boaters, hikers, bicyclists, hunters, cross country skiers and snowmobilers. The Village consists of approximately 140 single-family homes, with the potential for the construction of a total of 350 homes. At an elevation of around 8,000 feet at the north end of the Elk River Valley, the landscape within and surrounding the Village is a mixture of meadows, aspen and spruce forests, and sagebrush-covered slopes. The Zirkel Wilderness forms an impressive backdrop to the east.

    Home and landowners within the village make up the Willow Creek Pass Village Association (WCPVA). The Board of Directors (Board), a group of seven elected volunteers, is responsible for managing the affairs of the community. The Board’s responsibilities include maintaining the roads (including snow plowing), enforcing requirements established in the Covenants and Bylaws, and collecting annual dues and assessments. This website is managed by the Board in order to provide information access to all members of the WCPVA. Members are encouraged to use this website as a source of information on the affairs of the Association.

Steamboat Lake Water & Sanitation District - All matters regarding water, sewer and fire protection are the responsibility of and handled by a separate entity, the Steamboat Lake Water & Sanitation District.  For more information, go to www.colorado.gov/SLWSD.


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