Council Wrap-up from August 8

Ordinance No. 17-06: Lagae Ranch Planned Development (First Reading); Resolution No. 17-14: Coordinated Election Agreement; June Financial Statements

Meeting Packet for the Special City Council Meeting on September 6

At this Special City Council Meeting, Council will decide whether to move forward with adding a question to the Nov. ballot related to a sales and use tax increase.

Now Accepting Applications for Planning & Zoning Commission/Board of Adjustment

Help shape the future of Castle Pines! The combined Castle Pines Planning and Zoning Commission/Board of Adjustment currently has a vacancy and is accepting applications to fill the spot.

Community Meeting about Roads - Presentation Overview

A community meeting was held on Aug. 16 to discuss City roads and road funding options. View the Mayor's PowerPoint presentation if you missed the event.

Public Hearings for The Canyons Preliminary Plan No. 1, Case No. PP17-001

Public hearings (Planning Commission - Aug. 24 and City Council - Sept. 26) will be held to evaluate the proposal to subdivide 779 acres into 1,032 lots, 4 superblocks and 50 tracts

August News & Notes

Speed Limit Reductions & More Bike Lanes; Party in the Pines; Rueter-Hess Reservoir Website; City Council Happenings; New Safety Signs at Elk Ridge Park; Upcoming Community Events; and more...

2017 Election Information

Find 2017 candidate and election information here

Council Wrap-up from July 25

Sheriff's Office update; Event management proposal; Urban Drainage & Flood Control District; Memorandum with Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable; Rueter-Hess Recreation

Council Wrap-up from July 11

Traffic calming discussion; Vacant retail space discussion; Public Works, parks and open space update; Approval to participate in Douglas County's coordinated election

The Road to our Future: A community conversation about roads in Castle Pines

Attend a community meeting on Wednesday, August 16 to learn about current road conditions, future road funding options and proposed safety enhancements to the City’s transportation network.