Castle Pines Village maintains its own in-house Emergency Services department, which supplements the services provided by Douglas County and South Metro Fire Rescue Authority. Castle Pines Emergency Services (CPES) is responsible for providing Safety, Security, and Service to the residents and visitors of Castle Pines Village. Funded by homeowner assessments, CPES is staffed around-the-clock, including holidays. CPES dispatch and administrative offices are located in the CPHA building. For gate hours and gate clearance information click here.
24 hour, 7 day a week access control
Transponders & Fitness Center Access cards
Routine security patrol
Certified Emergency Medical Technicians
Home vacation monitoring
Covenant Enforcement – At the direction of the CPHA, CPES helps to monitor the Village for covenant violations. Please visit the Covenant Enforcement page to learn more.
Home Vacation Monitoring - an ES officer will conduct regular visits to your home while you are away. Click on the link to the left to view more about our Home Vacation Monitoring service.
Moving In and Out of the Village - Many streets within the Village will not accommodate moving vans in front of residences and may require the use of shuttle trucks. Overnight parking on street is not allowed. No Moving Trucks through Gate 1 or Gate 2. Approved moving hours are 7 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday. No moving trucks are allowed on Sunday or Holidays. Prior approval must be obtained from Emergency Services for all moving trucks coming into the Village at least 72 hours prior to the move and must be escorted by an ES Officer. Download Moving Van Notification Form HERE.
For assistance please contact Ken Graham at Emergency Services at 303-952-0925 or email@example.com.
After Hours and Weekends:
Contact Emergency Services Dispatch
Wildlife problems – It is the policy of the CPHA not to remove, destroy or otherwise interfere with the natural environment and wildlife within our community. Please contact ES dispatch and they can connect you with the Division of Wildlife to handle most wildlife-related problems. The Wildlife Committee also provides a hotline for all residents to ask questions and/or report wildlife issues: 303-952-0932. To learn more about the wildlife in our community visit the Wildlife page.
Vehicle Problems – We are available to help with minor vehicle problems, such as jump start, road side safety and courtesy rides. Call ES dispatch for assistance.
Courtesy Rides - ES patrol officers will provide courtesy rides within the Village should you be concerned that you are unable to drive yourself safely home. Call ES dispatch at 303-688-6447. We will be there with fast, friendly service to anywhere within the Village.
Assistance – CPES officers often can assist in solving minor problems with alarm systems, shutting off water, gas, etc.
Chief of Emergency Services
ES Office - 303-688- 6447
Gate Clearance: 303-688-6446