North Meadows Extension Community Forum: Mon., 10/13, 7:00 - 8:30 pm at Cielo at Castle Pines
The Castle Pines Board of Directors will hold a community informational forum on October 13, (7:00-8:30pm) at Cielo at Castle Pines, 485 West Happy Canyon Road, to provide information and obtain resident feedback on the Village’s mitigation plans for the North Meadows Extension project. The Board of Directors goal is to provide information that is important to you during this meeting. To help us meet this goal please e-mail questions that you would like to have addressed during the meeting to Mark Larson, General Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach Mark at 303.814.1345.
Household Chemicalk Roundup, Saturday, 9/13, 9 am - 3 pm
Where: Town of Castle Rock Utilities, 175 Kellogg Court.
Douglas County is once again holding drive-through Household Chemical Roundup in Castle Rock. This is a great opportunity to get rid of old household chemicals, paint and other environmentally hazardous items. The event is free-of-charge to Douglas County residents however a $25 donation is requested. Participants will need to provide proof of residency. View Event Flyer. To learn what they will and will not accept visit their website at http://www.tchd.org/householdchemical.htm
School Bus Stops in the Village
Upcoming Activities and Events in the Village and Important Notices
Click HERE to be directed to the News and Announcements page to view more information on the following:
Get the full article for all of the current news and announcements, including some important standing notices not listed on this home page: Click HERE!
Whoo's For Dinner
Trail Work in the Village
One of the responsibilities of the Parks and Recreation Committee is to oversee the development and maintenance of the community trail system. Their long range plan envisions a system that rings the entire Village, with the final phases being the creation of trails in the southeast corner near the Village Lake Fitness Center. They are currently working to complete the next phase of the system, which will link the crushed asphalt trail near the Country Club with the paved asphalt trail near The Summit Club. However, in conjunction with input from the Board of Directors, they have authorized paving of the current crushed asphalt trail inside of Gate 3. This section, which runs along Castle Pines Drive North, has been the topic of numerous discussions given potential safety concerns regarding bicyclists and auto traffic. Look for work to begin shortly on both of these trail segments.