Welcome to Willowbrook
Willowbrook was first developed in the 1960s. Homes are spaced farther apart than the other neighborhoods, with most homes on a 1.5—2-acre lot. All Willowbrook homes are completely unique in design, and many feature private swimming pools, large rock outcroppings, or natural features like streams or cattails. Willowbrook has many unique amenities including a horse stable & arena, sand volleyball courts, a playground, tennis courts, and the Willowbrook Amphitheater (or Chief Colorow’s Cave). From its beginning in 1962, Willowbrook has always provided stables, arena, and pastures for horses. The arena dates back to the 1940s. While originally there were several barns and significantly more horses, the existing horse barn with 18 stalls was built in 1963.
The Cave is one of the premiere benefits of living in Willowbrook. Only Willowbrook residents are permitted to rent the Cave through the HOA, and must provide liability and event insurance. All party equipment (tables, chairs, lighting, etc.) is included in the rental fee. The Cave holds up to 200 people for events. Roads in Willowbrook are county roads that are regularly maintained by Jefferson County. HOA does not include snow removal. HOA fees for Willowbrook are $350 annually. The HOA is very active in Willowbrook, and regularly hosts community events such as a Newcomers Party, Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Hayride, Holiday Party, Oktoberfest, Concert in the Cave, and Willowbrook Wildlife Committee educational events. The school bus does come through Willowbrook and there are at least 3 separate bus stops in the neighborhood. Wildlife is abundant in Willowbrook and includes deer, bear, mountain lions, bobcats, skunks, and snakes. In 2018 the Willowbrook Wildlife Committee was created to educate residents and protect wildlife.