HIGH FIRE DANGER!
NO Fireworks & NO Open Burning
STAGE 1 FIRE RESTRICTIONS IN FORCE
Prohibited Activities: Open burning of any kind & the use and sale of fireworks.
Allowable Activities: Cooking on gas stoves or grills, charcoal grill fires within developed residential or commercial areas, fires within wood burning stoves, & tiki torches. Small recreational fires contained in permanent fire pits or fire grates with flame lengths not in excess of four feet & supervised by a person at least 21.
If you and your family are not registered for CODERED Emergency Notifications please visit www.DouglasCountyCODERED.com and sign up today!
CPHA has its own Emergency Notification System, called Reverse 911. The Chief of ES will utilize the Reverse 911 program to send an important message pertaining to the Village or in the event of an area emergency. Click HERE to get a sign up form or call ES to learn more at 303-688-6447.
* DO NOT throw cigarette butts outside of your car or off your back deck.
* DEFENSIBLE SPACE is important to keeping your home safe during a forest fire. Call our office to speak with one of our Landscape Technicians or visit the Forestry Page to learn more.
* FIREWORKS are NEVER allowed in the Village anytime of the year.
* GRILL SAFETY is important all year long. Several years ago a house burned down in the Village due to a faulty grill. Click HERE to view an article from the South Metro Fire Department.
What to do in case of an evacuation? Download the Evacuation Guide on how to prepare, what to take, what to do when you leave.
TGIF Pool Party at the VLFC (Adults Only) Join your neighbors on Friday, June 21st from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm for an adults only Happy Hour at the Village Lake Fitness Center pool and patio. Refreshments (beer and wine) provided. Please bring an appetizer to share.
Annual Village Tennis Tournament: 6/29– 6/30
Please mark your calendars for an exciting weekend of competitive tennis. Competition will be in these categories: Women’s 2.5/3.0 Singles, Women’s 2.5/3.0 Doubles, Women’s 3.5/4.0 Singles, Women’s 3.5/4.0 Doubles, Men’s 3.5/4.0 Singles, and Men’s 3.5/4.0 Doubles. Prizes will be awarded for 1st and 2nd Place. To enter one or more events email Jerry Eddy at Jerry@Hallack.com on or before June 20. There is no entry fee and balls will be provided
Are You On Our Reverse 911 List?
CPHA has its own Emergency Notification System, called Reverse 911. The Chief of ES will utilize the Reverse 911 program to send an important message pertaining to the Village or in the event of an area emergency. Reverse 911 is programmed to call the phone numbers you have designated for notification. Click HERE for the Emergency Notification form to add or update your contact information. Email the form to Jo@castlepinesvillage.org or fax it to 303.688.4992
Telephone Entry System
A Telephone Entry System has been installed at Gate 3 to provide guests with another means of access. This system will provide communication for your guest from the gate to your home by phone. Your name and telephone number will be programmed into the telephone entry system under a specific DIRECTORY CODE. This directory code will be 4 digits long. When a guest comes to visit you, they will look your name up in a directory. Your DIRECTORY CODE will be shown to the right of your name. Your guest will enter this code on the system keypad that will cause the system to place a call to your designated phone number. This system is equipped with a CALL button. When your name is displayed in the directory, the guest can press the CALL button to establish communication with your home. Once you have answered the phone call and you have identified your guest, you have the choice to either grant access or deny access to your guest.
If you have any questions regarding the use or operation of this system, or to request a participation form please call Emergency Services at 303-688-6447.
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!
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:
Swim Lessons at the Summit Club
Wildlife Committee's "Coffee, Tea and Wildlife" Series
Kid's Summer Tennis Camps
New Yoga Classes at the VLFC
Liquid Gym Fitness Class at the VLFC Pool
Pools Open on Sat. May 25th
The Canyon Club, the Summit Club and the Village Lake Fitness Center pools will be open for the season on Saturday, May 25th. Pool Hours for Canyon Club:
11am* – 8 pm (Mon-Thur)
10am - 9pm (Fri-Sat)
10am – 8pm (Sun)
*Due to swim team practice at the Canyon Club the pool will open at 11 am Monday—Thursday.
Pool Hours for the Summit Club:
The VLFC pool is open 7 days a week from 4:30 am-10pm. The VLFC pool does not have a lifeguard. Learn more about the pools, Click HERE.
Guest Policy at the Recreational Facilities
Each resident household may bring up to six (6) guests to use Village facilities. A resident of that household must accompany all guests. All pool amenities (chairs, tables, grills and pavilion areas) are on a first come, first served basis and cannot be reserved in advance. Thank you for your cooperation and courtesy to your fellow neighbors so that all residents may enjoy the Village amenities
Policy Regarding Access to the Village for Contractors & Deliveries
View Policy Document Here.
All contractors, service providers, moving vans and oversize delivery vehicles are
only allowed in the Village between the hours of 7:00am - 6:00pm MONDAY through
SATURDAY. Such services are prohibited on the following national holidays: New
Years Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and
Christmas. Exceptions may be made for delivery of interior household items or interior work before the hour of 7:00am and after 6:00pm Monday through Saturday and on Sunday which does not create exterior noise or disruption upon approval of Emergency Services. Such services are prohibited on the recognized national holidays listed above. Exceptions will be made in cases of emergency repairs (i.e. water leaks, electrical problems, loss of phone service, etc.) upon approval of Emergency Services.
Avoid Delays and Lines at the Gates Clear Your Guests in Advance
ES recommends clearing your visitors through QuickPass at least 30 minutes in advance of their arrival or as soon as you know when they are coming, even several days in advance. Please make sure your guests know your full name and address - this will enable the gate officer to quickly identify and locate your guest clearance permissions, and get your guests through the gates faster.
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