We Are Open for Business

The President, Governor, and Mayor Tera Radloff have all issued an emergency declaration. In addition, Mayor Radloff has asked our staff to transition from in-office support to online services.

The health of Castle Pines - including our staff, residents, businesses, and visitors – is critically important to us, so we will be following best practice advice from health experts to reduce contact and public gatherings.

For you, this means we are modifying how we work with you while addressing social distancing and keeping our commitment to maintaining the high level of service you have come to experience.

We are still open for business and servicing you, responding to calls, answering emails, processing business development applications, and accepting online payments. Click here to be redirected to our directory with a list of names, contact numbers, and emails.

Municipal Court: 
Castle Pines Municipal Court is closed to the public to public access until further notice.  Staff is available online and responding to your needs.

If you were scheduled to attend court April 3, your case has been rescheduled to May 1, 2020. Click here for details on how the court is moving forward with proceedings.

Public Works ServicesThree Construction Workers Moving Concrete
As our administrative team transitions to virtually servicing you, our public works crew will be out working on your roads, streets, repairing potholes, repairing traffic signs, performing park maintenance, and if it snows, snow plows will be deployed.

You will also notice several contractors working around the City performing various operations and monitoring occurring within your streets.

If you would like to report an outage, pothole, or services, we have an online service dedicated to addressing those matters from the comfort of your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Click here to report a concern.

Please do not hesitate to report any right-of-way concerns, i.e. potholes, downed signs, traffic signal malfunctions through the City’s dedicated online service portal.

 

Building Department
Schematics for a HouseNeed to apply for a building permit? We have you covered! Click here to begin the process. Not finding what you need on our website? No worries! We still have you covered! Click here to send us an email with your detailed plans, supporting documents, and how we can help move your vision forward. Once your application is processed, you will be contacted electronically for payment.

During this mandated time of social distancing, our staff will continue to conduct field inspections, with a little distance. To limit potential social spreading of COVID-19, we will be inspecting the site without any additional individuals, allow us to take pictures, when required, and give us time to communicate with you electronically. In many cases this has been our standard practice, so you will not experience any delays. Building inspections requests made before 4 pm will be processed the following business day. Need an answer about your building permit, now, call us at 303-705-0227.

Contractor Licensing
Are you a contractor and need a license, click here to email us your completed application and supporting documents. Click here to download the required application. Not sure if this is the application you need, visit our contract licensing homepage to read more or give us a call at 303-705-0227.

 

Community Development Services
Staff will continue to process existing applications that are currently in review and accept any new applications.

Our Community Development Staff is ready to review your inquiries, concerns, and questions.

For general Community Development services, including but not limited to GIS, zoning information and current development activity, click here for our Community Development page or call us directly at 303-705-0224 for anything we can assist you with.

We continue to be here to support this great community and thank the community for their continued support and we encourage you to take appropriate steps to be safe during the COVID-19 outbreak