Submitted by the City of Castle Pines
The City of Castle Pines administrative offices will relocate to inside the Castle Pines Library (see related story next page) effective April 1. City offices will be closed on March 31 during the move.
Along with accommodating city offices, the facility will provide a new regular location for city council meetings, which are currently held at the community center. Beginning with the April 26 meeting, all future city council meetings will take place in the community room of the public library. City council will continue to meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m.
“We’re extremely excited to welcome the public at our new location within the library,” said City Manager Don Van Wormer. “The new library is truly impressive. It will be a wonderful gathering place for our community and an ideal location to conduct city council meetings.”
The development of the new Castle Pines Library and city administrative offices is the result of a partnership between the City of Castle Pines and Douglas County Libraries. The City of Castle Pines donated the land; Douglas County Libraries has built and will own and operate the 15,000+ square-foot building.
The new library, located at Village Square Lane and Village Square Terrace, will not be open to the public until later in April.