In 2009, City Council established a municipal court system for the City of Castle Pines, which went into effect Jan. 1, 2010.
Municipal Court is held at 7:30 a.m. on the first Friday of each month, unless otherwise noted, at the 360 Village Square Lane, Castle Pines, CO 80108 (inside the Castle Pines Library).
Offenders will be notified of court dates upon receiving traffic citations.
2017 Court Dates
|January 6||July 7|
|February 3||August 4|
|March 3||September 1|
|April 7||October 6|
|May 5||November 3|
|June 2||December 1|
Payments can be submitted in person to the City Clerk at the Castle Pines City office at 360 Village Square Lane, Suite B. Only exact cash or checks are accepted here. Payments can still be submitted through the U.S. Postal Service. Please mail your infraction payment to:
Castle Pines Municipal Court
360 Village Square Lane, Suite B
Castle Pines, CO 80108
For daily court administrative questions and comments, contact Court Administrator Karla McCrimmon, who can also be reached at 720.545.8154.
Judge Louis A. Gresh
Louis “Gus” Gresh, served 22 years on the Douglas County Colorado District Court bench as a Magistrate Judge. Assigned to the domestic and juvenile dockets, Magistrate Gresh heard and ruled on over 10,000 divorce cases in his career, the majority of which were large asset, highly contested cases. Judge Gresh’s civil experience is extensive, having handled the Douglas County Civil docket for over ten years.
Judge Gresh, having completed 280 hours of alternative dispute resolution training, holds a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the National Judicial College, University of Nevada at Reno.
Judge Gresh is the recipient of the 2006 Judicial Excellence Award granted by the Colorado Judicial Institute. As noted in that award, “Magistrate Gresh is recognized as having extensive family law expertise and a commitment to innovation necessary to save litigants time, money and emotional energy.
Judge Gresh continues to serve as Municipal Judge for the Town of Castle Rock, the City of Lone Tree and the Town of Larkspur in Colorado. Additionally, Judge Gresh has a long-standing relationship with the United States Tae Kwon Do Federation and has served as an Athlete Arbitration Judge for the United States Olympic Commission.
Karla McCrimmon, Court Administrator
Phone number: 720.545.8154
With more than 20 years of court experience, Karla McCrimmon serves as Castle Pines' court administrator. McCrimmon currently serves in the same capacity for the Town of Castle Rock, and she is the past president of the Colorado Association for Municipal Court Administration.