Public safety is a priority for the City of Castle Pines North. We aim to ensure our citizens live in a safe and healthy environment. The City is currently partnering with a number of agencies, including the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, to provide safety services. Please call these organizations for safety-related services in the Castle Pines North area.
As always, in case of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Castle Pines North 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.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has more than 280 commissioned officers. For a visual representation of Castle Pines North's 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.
Tip Line: 303.660.7579
Visit the Douglas County Sheriff's Web site for additional information, including:
Sky Ridge Medical Center: 720.225.1000
Located at 10101 RidgeGate Parkway, on the southwest corner of Lincoln Ave. and I-25, Sky Ridge Medical Center provides a range of surgical, cardiac, diagnostic and obstetrical services.
Normal Business Hours: 303.660.7529
Animal control issues are covered by the Douglas County Sheriff's office and the Pikes Peak Humane Society.
Urgent Matters: 303.660.7500 (24 hours/day)
• Avoiding Human-Coyote Conflicts
• Coyote Sightings and Encounters
Colorado Life Trak
Colorado Life Trak is a tracking service provided through the Douglas County Sheriff's office that seeks to improve the safety of those with Alzheimer's, Down syndrome, autism, and other disorders that might cause the individual to become lost. Find out more about this program at the sheriff's Life Trak page.
Community Safety Volunteer Program
Douglas County's Community Safety Volunteer Program provides civilians with the opportunity to assist the sheriff. Key areas of help include crime prevention presentations, traffic control, and handling calls not requiring a sworn officer.