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The Morrison Creek Water and Sanitation District was formed in 1972 as the vehicle to provide water and sanitation service for the Woodmoor Corporation's Stagecoach Development. We are a Colorado Title 32 Special District deriving revenue from property taxes, service fees and hook-up charges. The District is governed by a five person elected Board of Directors who meet on a monthly basis. The District encompasses 11,500 acres in South Routt County Colorado.

Currently the District serves 348 single family living units via central water and sewer lines and another 42 homes which are on indivdual wells and vaults. The District maintains 70,000 feet of waterline, 75,000 feet of sewerline, two 500,000 gallon water storage tanks, three wells, two booster pump stations, one sewage lift station, a wastewater treatment plant and many hydrants, valves, manholes and associated equipment. We have three full time employees at the present time.

The demise of the Woodmoor Corporation in the mid 70's and subsequent bankruptcy of the District have resulted in many challenges for the District and Stagecoach area. Anticipated development and growth has occurred at a much slower rate than projected. The District successfully completed performance of it's bankruptcy plan in August 2000 and is now debt free with a reasonable level of reserves. Interest in the area is on the increase and a number of new service connections have been added in the last several years. The District provides quality drinking water and sanitation services to it's customers. Subdivisions served include Eagleswatch (80 lots) Meadowgreen (90 lots) and Blackhorse II (70 lots). There are several projects underway for extension of the District's services to other areas. Recently the District created a new entity, the "Water Activity Enterprise", to provide a vehicle for those wishing to finance extensions of the District's services to unserved areas within the District.

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To District offices (all distances approximate):

From Steamboat Springs: Travel east on highway forty for 3 miles. Turn right (south) on highway 131 for 7 miles and look for the sign for Stagecoach Reservoir State Park. Turn left on CR 14 and go 7 miles past the park and reservoir and turn left on CR 16. Follow the directions below titled "Last Four Miles".

From Oak Creek: Travel south on highway 131 for 2 miles and look for the Stagecoach Reservoir sign. Turn left on CR14 and go 3 miles. Turn right on CR16 just before reaching the Reservoir. Follow the directions below titled "Last Four Miles".

Coming North on 131 from I-70 or Toponas: After the Town of Phippsburg go 2 miles. Look for the sign to Stagecoach Reservoir and turn right on CR14. Travel 3 miles and turn right on CR16 just before reaching the reservoir. Follow the directions below titled "Last Four Miles".

The Last Four Miles: Go 1.5 miles until CR 16 takes a sharp left by the Eagleswatch Townhomes, continue on CR16 for another mile. Turn left on CR18A (at this point you are driving staight towards the reservoir) after 1 mile CR18A turns sharp right and becomes Uncompahgre Road. Travel another 1/2 mile past the boat ramp and look for the 6-sided treatment plant through a green gate on the right. The District Office is located in this building around in back.

CLICK HERE for a printable version of these directions.

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Contact Us

For more information about Morrison Creek Water District, you may email, write or call us at the addresses listed below:

Mail Address:

Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District
24490 Uncompahgre Road
Oak Creek, CO  80467




(970) 736-8250


(970) 736-0177

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The folks who keep Morrison Creek Water District running...

Geovanny Romero, District Manager

Geovanny Romero has lived in the Yampa Valley for the past 7 years. He holds a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Colorado. Geovanny has served with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for 18 years. Previous to joining the Morrison Water District, he served our community as the Routt County Road and Bridge Project Manager.

Jeff Erickson, Assistant Manager

Jeff has been with us since 2004. A Colorado native, Jeff lives in Oak Creek and also serves as the resident manager for the Stagecoach townhomes. He has a degree in English Communications from Fort Lewis College in Durango. Jeff is married to Erin and has three sons, Bosch, Logan and Thorenson.

Bill Queen, Administrative Assistant, Utility worker

Bill has been with the district since 2015. Starting as a part-time employee at the district, Bill now is a full-time employee with several water and wastewater certifications. Bill assists the district with book-keeping and field utility work. Bill, his wife Andrea and daughter Ava Marie, currently live in Yampa.

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24490 Uncompahgre Road - Oak Creek, CO 80467 - info@mcwater.org - (970) 736-8250