Safe neighborhoods and a strong sense of community
The City partners with a number of agencies, including the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, to provide safety services:
- Police services
- Fire protection
- Emergency notification
- Animal control
- Wildlife management
- Emergency preparedness
As always, in case of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Tip Line: 303.660.7579
For a visual representation of Castle Pines patrol area, the city is located in district 06 on the Sheriff's Office Patrol Districts map. The sheriff's office is located in the Justice Center, 4000 Justice Way, Castle Rock.
Visit the Douglas County Sheriff’s website for additional information, including:
- Unified Sex Offender List
- Community resource programs - neighborhood watches and educational programs
- Sheriff's patrol division
- Online Crime Reporting
Castle Pines is served by the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority’s Station 36, located at Castle Pines Parkway and Debbie Lane. The station’s equipment includes a paramedic ambulance, a fire engine and a water tanker for working in areas inaccessible by fire hydrants.
For information about fire restrictions, please see these Douglas County Sheriff’s website pages:
Important Fire Safety Information:
- Community Wildfire Protection Plan (pdf)
- Fire Adapted Communities (pdf)
- Wildfire Resistant Landscaping (pdf)
Normal Business Hours: 303.660.7529
Urgent Matters: 303.660.7500 (24 hours/day)
- Animal control services are covered by the Douglas County Sheriff’s office and the Pikes Peak Humane Society.
- Avoiding Human-Coyote Conflicts (pdf)
- Coyote Safety Tips
The Great Outdoors
Naturally, part of the appeal of living in Castle Pines is its close proximity to the Rocky Mountains and all manner of outdoor sport activities. Here is a selection of informative resources that can help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time while out playing and exploring.
Hunting and fishing rules and wildlife education: Colorado Division of Wildlife
Pine beetles, bark beetles and other infestations: Colorado State Forest Service