Read the latest City news, upcoming events and community highlights happening in September. In this issue, you'll find a message from the Mayor, get to know City staff, SummerStage event information, and more! Read the September issue online and subscribe, if you're not already signed up to get it straight to your inbox.
Pick up your petition packet in person beginning August 6: City of Castle Pines 360 Village Square Lane, Suite B 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday Council district seats are open for the November 2019 election. For further information, contact Tobi Basile, City Clerk, at Tobi@castlepinesco.gov or 303-705-0226.
Three of 11 project phases are complete. Work on the northeast corner (Phase 4) is underway. The project team has identified several phasing and process improvements to expedite construction. When possible, the contractor will overlap or combine phases to save time and minimize travel impacts. The City is also exploring the use of 'high-early' concrete, […]
Approximately 150 building permits have been issued for new homes so far this year. The Canyons: Construction on the east side of I-25 is moving quickly. There are three builders now constructing homes - Shea, KB, and Infinity. So far, 20 homes are under construction, and model homes are set to open in September. Also […]
Castle Pines City Council recently took a significant step toward bringing new recreation opportunities to the residents of Castle Pines and shifting the management of all recreation services from the Castle Pines Parks Authority to the City. City Council voted unanimously in support of a Resolution that terminates the Castle Pines Parks Authority and transfers […]
The City is pleased to unveil a new GIS dashboard that offers real-time data related to zoning, trails, economic development, property information, home sales, road construction and more! This new, interactive mapping hub is intended to be your one-stop-shop for City maps. "We hope this new, online and mobile-friendly tool is used heavily by the […]
Stormwater runoff is one of the main sources of water pollution in the nation. By taking action together, we can improve water quality, beautify local waterways and create healthy ecosystems for wildlife to thrive. As communities grow and become more developed with roads, parking lots, buildings and homes, there is more opportunity for stormwater to […]