One of the most common questions new Crystal Lakes Property Owners ask is "Why do we have two Associations"? It boils down to our primary mission: to keep us legal with Colorado's water law and health policies. When approving this development back in the 1970s, the State of Colorado required this Association be created separate from the Road and Recreation Association, to ensure this mission could be met without compromise. The Water and Sewer Association is not a typical homeowner's association, operating more like a utility or special water district by:
Annual assessments are due starting on June 1st of each year.
There is a 60 day grace period in which to pay and payments received after September 1st are late. You should receive a statement before June 1st. IMPORTANT: If you have not received a statement by June 1st, please contact W&S at email@example.com so we can verify we have your correct mailing address on file.