Four Seasons of Fun

Providing Government Services for Oak Creek Since 1907

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Managing Day-to-Day Operations in Oak Creek, Colorado

Nestled neatly in Colorado’s rich and fertile Yampa Valley, Oak Creek, Colorado is a statutory town located in Routt County on Hwy 131, 17 miles south of Steamboat Springs. The town’s population of just under 1,000 comprises a lively collection of people, from local ranching families to folks from all over the country. With activities and attractions from snow skiing to boating and horseback riding to hiking in the National Forest, we also entertain visitors from all over the world. Have a look around to find out more about our town, and discover all the ways that Oak Creek is made for – Four Seasons of Fun!

Upcoming Events

Winterfest!! Feb 24th -- more details here.

After School Program

When: Monday - Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Where: South Routt Community Center

Cost: $8.50 a day

Description: Students participating in the After School Program can take the SOROCO bus to the South Routt Community Center. The After School Program provides a daily snack, fun arts and crafts, homework time, as well as free time for your child to unwind and have fun with their peers.

Friday Camp

When: Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Where: South Routt Community Center

Cost: $35 a day

Description: At Oak Creek Friday Camp, students will be able to participate in free play with their peers, arts and crafts, outside time, fun activities, and field trips. To register please fill out the Friday Camp Registration Form and send it to [email protected] or turn it into Oak Creek Town Hall.

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Reminders from our Public Works Department

Please keep your trash bins off the street until Monday night before Trash day, and removed from street by Tuesday night. If your bins are on the street we are unable to keep the streets plowed.

Remember not to plow, shovel, blow snow or any other method of snow removal onto public right of way. Vehicles parked on the street must be moved so there is sufficient room to clear where they were parked after every plow.

If you are clearing the snow off your roof and it is being cleared into a public right of way you will need to call public works to arrange for them to come clear so roads do not get blocked.