Castle Pines City Council 2021 Priorities
The City Council held their annual retreat and the results from that conversation reflect community priorities and provide clear direction to City staff on the focus for 2021.
The following priorities are the 2021 lines of effort to implement the City Council’s vision for the City: Castle Pines is an inclusive and unified Colorado community that embraces our unique neighborhood character, creates outdoor and active lifestyle living amenities, and supports conscientious development where we live, work, play, and shop.
In implementing these priorities, the Council is committed to taking a proactive approach to the implementation of our vision through thoughtful and intentional actions.
City Council Priorities
Roads and Long-term Transportation Funding
The Council acknowledges that our City roads have aged and investing in our existing infrastructure must be a top priority. To that end, 2021 work will include:
The success of our local business community is key to the success of the overall community. Council believes economic development should be a key focus in 2021. The Council supports:
Council would like to continue to improve communications and engagement in 2021. As an initial commitment to meeting this priority, Council approved a full-time, in-house Communications & Engagement Manager for hire in 2021. Areas of focus include:
Council acknowledged the need for municipal and civic space within the community and supports:
Establishing gateways in and out of the City contributes to creating a sense of place and community. 2021 efforts will include:
Creating a Sense of Place that is Castle Pines
Council supports work that continues to build the community of Castle Pines. Creating a place where residents – new and existing – can live, work and play includes:
The City Council identified priorities above align with three overarching fundamental concentration areas for the upcoming years.
In addition to the above priorities, Council developed a list of directives for Staff to complete in 2021.
Redistricting to Reflect Growth
Transition of Open Space and Utility Services
Adopt a Strategic Approach to City Actions