If you enjoy boating, fishing, and the great outdoors, the Westbrook community may be the place for you. Standley Lake Regional Park is just on the West border for your boating, fishing and water sports activities, a smaller fishing pond is just over the northwest fence, and access to Big Dry Creek Trail system is to the south. Located within the community, Westbrook Park has the means to accommodate all types of outdoor gatherings with its 2 pavilions, barbeque grill, 7 picnic tables, playground equipment, 2 basketball courts, tennis court, multi-use turf field, in-line skating, softball field, restroom facility (portable), drinking fountain, and plenty of parking.
Located on the western edge of Westminster, within the boundaries of 100th Avenue to the North, East to 98th Avenue, South to Jellison Way, and West to Kline Street, Westbrook is conveniently located within walking distance of an abundance of shopping centers on all four corners of Wadsworth Parkway & 100th Ave., including Westbrook Shopping Center, Standley Shores Shopping Center, Shops at Walnut Creek, Standley Lake Marketplace, and Village at Standley Lake. Other nearby amenities include the Westminster Recreation Center, and the Westminster Promenade for your entertainment and dining pleasure.
The 638 single-family homes contained in Westbrook were built between the years of 1978-1994, with square footage ranging from 1,032-3,544, and ranging in price from the low $200 thousands to the mid $300 thousands. The Homeowner’s Association (Westbrook Community Association) is located at 9810 Independence Street, Westminster, CO, and can be contacted at 303-425-1762. Students living in the Westbrook community are in the Jefferson County School District and attend Lukas Elementary School, Wayne Carle Middle School, and Standley Lake High School.