Welcome to Missouri Lakes WRIA - an HOA controlled mountain community located in central Gilpin County Colorado, about 2 miles north of Black Hawk and Central City. This is a rural community with awesome views and three private fishing lakes, some of which are stocked with rainbow and brown trout at least annually. The dirt roads are maintained by the county, including snow removal. All homes have water wells and septic tanks. Natural gas, high speed internet, and cable TV are available in each of the three areas. The county K-12 school is just across Hwy 119 from Missouri Lakes Filing #1.
Most of this website is open to the public so anyone can read what has been published and the comments posted, including the Covenants, ByLaws, Board Meeting Minutes and other articles. Login (restricted to members in good standing) is required to access the following pages and features:
- Member Directory
- Discussion Forums
- Posting Comments
- Treasurer Reports (in Meeting Minutes)
2014 Proposed Covenant Updates Deadline
- Published: 20 February 2014
- Created: 20 February 2014
The HOA Board has set April 15, 2014 as the deadline for submitting any proposed updates to the Covenants and/or By-Laws. Why so early? These need to be copied and mailed to the residents prior to the annual meeting in June, and this takes some time.
Submit each proposed update in both writing and email.
Missouri Lakes WRIA
PO Box 285,
Black Hawk, CO 80422
Email to both addresses:
2013-2014 Board Members
- Published: 25 October 2013
- Created: 25 October 2013
Chairperson: James (Wes) Stuart, 582.5697
Others: Jack Kennedy, 582.3351
Dave Ash, 582.2070
Fire Danger 2014
- Published: 05 May 2014
- Created: 05 May 2014
The following was received on May 5, 2014 from the CSU Extension office in Gilpin County.
Many people have told me that they are not worried about fire this year because of the fall rains and the good snowpack. Don’t be fooled! We just had our first fire up here over the weekend (the Peewink fire burned 3.6 acres near Sugarloaf). Fire activity is predicted to be ‘normal’ this year, and if the summer turns hot and dry, the lush grass growth could fuel dangerous conditions. Learn the latest science on how to protect your house from wildfire (and make it look good, too) in a FREE class this weekend, May 10th, at the Gilpin County Community Center from 9 am to noon. RSVPs appreciated 303-582-9106.