Planning Commission

Planning Commission

The City of Castle Pines Planning Commission deliberates and makes recommendations to the City Council on land-use applications, proposed long-range policy planning documents, and zoning regulations. The Commission consists of seven citizens from various backgrounds who are appointed by the City Council. The Commission meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in the Douglas County Library, 360 Village Square Lane in Castle Pines.

The City of Castle Pines Board of Adjustment holds public hearings on variance requests and considers appeals to interpretations made by City staff. The Board of Adjustment is comprised of the same members as the Planning Commission and meets on the same meeting days, as needed.

Virtual Governing

As we continue to practice social distancing for your health, the safety of this community and our staff, Planning Commission meetings will be hosted virtually until further notice. Download our Electronic Meeting Participation Policy here.

Virtually Attending Planning Commission

Register to Virtually Attend the July 27, 2023 Planning Commission Meeting 

      • To register, click on the link above
      • Once you register your email, a code is automatically emailed to you
      • Join the meeting as a participant
      • We look forward to your participation and are grateful for your understanding and patience as we navigate through new procedures.

Public Comment Instructions

Written Comment

Written comments must be submitted to by 4:30 p.m. the day before the scheduled meeting. Comments received after 4:30 p.m. the day before the scheduled meeting will NOT be distributed to Planning Commission for the upcoming meeting. Please note that written comments will not be read into the record

Live Comment

Public comment may be provided in person or virtually regarding general City matters or legislative agenda items.

Planning Commission Bylaws DO NOT permit virtual public comment for quasi-judicial land use applications. These applications generally include but are not limited to rezoning applications, preliminary plans, use by special review, and site improvement plans. If you wish to provide public comment for a quasi-judicial public hearing item, it must be given in person at the specified time on the agenda. If you wish to provide your public comment virtually during the meeting on an agenda item that is not quasi-judicial, please click the link above to register for the virtual meeting.

During public comment, only one individual may speak at a time.

Laptop/ Tablet

Once the public comment or public hearing period is opened, please use the Chat feature in Zoom to request the opportunity to speak and verify your name and address. You will be placed in a queue and given your allotted three minutes to speak as an individual, or five minutes on behalf of a group. Please only use the Chat feature to request the chance to speak, as staff will not be answering other questions or addressing other comments through the Chat.


After the first round of live comments have been given, the last four digits of each phone number will be recognized and given the chance to speak, one by one. Please verify your name and address before giving your comments - three minutes as an individual or five minutes on behalf of a group.

We look forward to your participation and are grateful for your understanding and patience as we navigate through new procedures.


Commission Members (Term Date)

    • David Goode, Chair (3/2024)
    • Vincent Oletu, Chair Pro Tem (03/2026)
    • Millard Foraker(03/2024)
    • Seth Katz (03/2025)
    • Jeremiah Maupin (03/2025)
    • Kevin Rohrbough (03/2026)
    • Michelle Wiley (03/2024)


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