What an election cycle this has been! In the November video message, Mayor Tera Radloff thanks residents for taking part in the elections.
In a matter of days, our city, state and nation will make important decisions on initiatives impacting our community. Watch the Mayor's October message about ballot question 2A, the city's commitment to the Pavement Improvement Plan, and how much of the City's budget is allocated toward maintaining and repairing your roads. Click here for detailed […]
In June, July and August, residents participated in a series of surveys as an ongoing effort to improve how we live, play and move in the community. In her September video message, Mayor Tera Radloff discusses how those results guided the decision to place a ballot initiative on the Nov. 3 election.
Safely uniting the community. Residents of Castle Pines have a lot to look forward to in August. Mayor Tera Radloff announces the City's first Summer Celebration with fireworks at Elk Ridge Park on August 15, and two open houses at The Exchange Coffee House – 1415 Westbridge Drive, Castle Pines, CO., on August 6 […]
We are purposefully planning with you in mind. On August 6 & 24, we are hosting an Open House with the goal of keeping you informed about the evolution of Castle Pines: new businesses, 2020 Streets Program, City Hall, results to the recreation center survey and so much more. Attend Our OPEN HOUSE: How We […]
Spring, Surveys and Streets You’ve asked for better roads, and the City is responding. By the end of the year, over 50 streets will see a facelift. Watch the Mayor's June video message to learn more about the City's plan to continue improving streets throughout 2020, hear about an upcoming survey asking residents about transportation preferences and recreation center amenities and learn about […]
Neighbors, May marks a new month and reminds me we have several milestones to celebrate. Our weather is more consistently Spring-like, the days are getting longer, we honor our graduates and earlier this month we officially transitioned to “Safer-at-Home”. It’s great to be able to enjoy socializing again in small groups and have our businesses […]
Beginning April 27, Douglas County, which has had COVID-19 case numbers level off in recent weeks will continue with the Governor’s Safer at Home order. Read the 34-page document released by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment on the safer at home phase. Click here to view the levels of the safer at […]
Wearing Face Masks Is In Our Future On April 21, Governor Jared Polis announced the Stay-at-Home Order will expire on April 26 and transition the state into a new phase of social distancing April 27, referred to by the governor as the safer at home phase— keeping many of the same recommendations — like wearing […]