Mayor and City Council

Council members make policy decisions on a variety of city issues

Council members make policy decisions on a variety of city issues, such as approving the annual city budget. They are given the authority to approve resolutions and enact and provide for the enforcement of ordinances, which are city laws. They also appoint the City Manager, who serves the Council and citizens and is responsible for city staff and day-to-day management.


Castle Pines City Council

Castle Pines is governed by a Mayor and six City Council members. The City is divided into three “Wards” of approximately 3,500 residents. Each Ward is represented by two City Council members with staggered four-year terms. The City Council meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Douglas County Library, 360 Village Square Lane. The Mayor presides over the meeting using an agenda. Citizens are actively encouraged to attend and participate in these meetings. Citizens who want to address Council sign up when they arrive and are asked to speak at the podium when the agenda item is discussed.


View City Council agendas, minutes and meeting videos.


Tera Radloff

Mayor Tera Radloff

January 2022


Mayor Tera Radloff has lived in Castle Pines for seven years.


Tera is passionate about preserving our community as a connected and vibrant place to live for years to come. Focused and objective, she has a strong commitment to efficiency, transparency, facilitating communications and conflict resolution as well as holding all of our elected leaders accountable to the people that they serve, the citizens of Castle Pines.


In addition to her passion for and interest in our City, her work experience on various large-scale projects has taught her to focus on issues in a rational manner and work collaboratively on a resolution. As a consultant, she is an accomplished, results-oriented professional who has lead successful initiatives for diverse clients such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Microsoft, Qwest, and the Transportation Security Administration in the areas of engineering, product development, methods and procedures, customer care and security.


In her downtime, Tera and her husband Jon enjoy the Colorado lifestyle by running, hiking, biking, golfing, various sporting events, and once the snow flies, snowshoeing.


Melissa Coudeyras

Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Coudeyras, District 1

January 2022


Melissa, her husband, and two sons moved to Castle Pines four years ago from Hawaii when her husband retired from the Navy. As a military family, they moved seven times in seventeen years. Castle Pines was the ideal place for them to call home. She is looking forward to raising her two sons here and setting down roots.


Melissa has always been in a service related career field. Volunteering has also been a part of her service to others. She volunteered helping sailors and marines with the Navy Marine Corp Relief Society and continues to volunteer with the Parent Community Alliance and School Accountability Committee at Rocky Heights Middle School. She is also a docent at Cherokee Castle and a merit badge counselor with Castle Pines Troop 316. Serving her community is the next step for her to give back.


She is very interested in the future growth and development of Castle Pines. The small town feel and wonderful amenities are what attracted her here. She is looking forward to serving the residents of Ward 1. She hopes to be able to contribute to city council and learn more about our city government.


Melissa started her own business, Yes You Can Professional Organizing L.L.C. upon moving to Colorado. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, reading and traveling. She also  enjoys exploring her new state of Colorado.


Deborah Mulvey

Deborah Mulvey, District 1

January 2020

Deborah has lived in Colorado and Castle Pines since 2015, when her family relocated due to a job transfer. She and her family love Castle Pines for the close-knit neighborhoods and proximity to open space and trails.


Deborah has always enjoyed serving her community, and upon relocating, she began volunteering for Douglas County elections, later adding service on her homeowners’ association board and as a member of the City of Castle Pines’ Planning & Zoning Commission/Board of Adjustment. She is excited to amplify her service to the City of Castle Pines by moving from Planning & Zoning Commission to City Council.


Deborah believes that government should be open and available to the public.  To that end, she welcomes information and viewpoints from all stakeholders on issues that are important to residents.  She looks forward to being a part of a City Council team that is dedicated to making smart, informed decisions that will enhance the City as it grows and evolves.


Ben Price

Ben Price, District 2

January 2022


Ben has lived in Colorado since 1998, since moving here with his wife, Heather. After starting a family in Colorado, they moved to Castle Pines with their three daughters in 2014. 


Ben has worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years, and since the move to Colorado has worked in the healthcare nonprofit organization world.  His career focus has included work in government and public affairs, professional certification, and efforts to improve operating room safety, and to increase access to insurance coverage and care in the State.  He believes that the knowledge gained through years of work in public policy translate well towards the work of the City Council, focused maintaining the amazing feel of our city and considering the Castle Pines of the future.


The small town feel of Castle Pines, and the friendliness of the neighbors before they had even bought their home are the things that drew Ben and his family to the City.  Now, Ben states, he’s thrilled at the opportunity to serve his neighbors in Ward 2 and the rest of the City, by bringing the interests of maintaining that atmosphere to the table.  At the same time, Ben recognizes the challenges the City faces as it grows, and is firmly committed to working with all towards solutions that work for Castle Pines. 


In his downtime, you’ll find Ben and his family enjoying Colorado’s best resource, the outdoors. All are avid skiers, and enjoy hiking, travel, and all things Colorado when summer forces them off the slopes.


Gregg Fisher

Gregg Fisher, District 2

January 2020


Gregg has spent the majority of his life in Colorado with a few stints around the country and globe as an “Air Force Brat” and has fond memories of living on Lowry Air Force Base as a child.


Being concerned with population growth and diminishing quality of life in the Greater Metro area, Gregg and his family embarked on a quest to find the perfect place to live. After extensive searching and research, Castle Pines was clearly the winner in every category. Gregg, his wife Kim, and their two Sons Elijah and Christian, made it their home in 2008.


A local business owner and IT professional, Gregg has stayed active in the HOA's of Castle Pines and most recently served as the City's elected Treasurer.


Roger Hudson

Roger Hudson, District 3

January 2022


Roger and his family moved to Castle Pines when he became the chief communications officer for the Colorado Department of Corrections in 2013. He has since held similar executive communications positions with the Colorado Attorney General and several political campaigns.


Before recently becoming a small business owner, Roger has been a life-long journalist. He has worked in many of the country’s most prestigious newsrooms in cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento and here in Denver. In 2000, Roger joined 850 KOA as on-air talent before leaving for several years to run a large newsroom in Houston.


Roger is an entrepreneur and a small business owner. His companies specialize in communications, nonprofits, political campaigns and governmental advocacy. Like a growing number of Coloradan, he knows the importance of fiscal responsibility, planning for the future and self-reliance.


Outside of work and time with his family, Roger is very involved with public service. He sits on several boards including The Vintage Theater, Denver’s Sister Cities, the Lincoln Club and the Boy Scouts of America. He is thrilled to bring his nearly three decades of professional communications experience to the Castle Pines City Council and his neighbors in Ward 3.


Tracy Engerman

Tracy Engerman, District 3

January 2020


Tracy’s been a resident of Colorado since 2003 and has called Castle Pines home since 2009.  She has been active in the community through her involvement with family, church and school. 


Tracy chose to run for City Council as a way to combine her professional expertise and volunteer experience to enhance the City.  She is focused on implementation of policies and project approvals that support strong community and benefits Castle Pines families, including safety, parks and recreation.  In addition, she believes in contributing oversight in respect to financial and contractual matters, as suits her professional experience.


Tracy believes in encouraging smart development and economic growth through transparency and communication. She is engaged with residents and businesses to ensure that new project proposals are carefully examined, consider financial solvency, and are consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan.