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Winter Fire Ban for Douglas County State Parks

By CPC | January 1, 2006

Three State Parks in Douglas County are under an open fire ban. Chatfield, Roxborough, and Castlewood Canyon State Parks all fall under the guidelines issued in the ban. All outdoor fires, such as campfires, warming fires, charcoal grill fires, fireworks and any other activity that poses a considerable risk of starting a fire are prohibited…

Used Car Lot Pops Up at I-25 Interchange

By CPC | December 1, 2005

Used cars, signs for ski lift tickets, even huge yard art statues have been for sale in the vacant lot found just off the I-25 interchange at the Castle Pines Parkway exit. This parcel of land is privately owned and is under the zoning jurisdiction of Douglas County. Prior to the overpass reconstruction at I-25,…

Douglas County – Leaders in State Championships

By CPC | December 1, 2005

Victory has been running rampant in Douglas County! Two local high schools sent their football teams to the State Championship playoffs for both the 4A and 5A divisions Saturday, December 3rd at Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium. ThunderRidge won its second consecutive State Championship Title for the 4A division. Douglas County High School, for…

Castle Pines North Feature Stories

By CPC | December 1, 2005

Rocky Heights Inline Hockey Club Plays for State Championship Congratulations to 30 Rocky Heights students for a great season playing in the Colorado Middle School Inline Hockey League. Two of the club’s teams will be playing in the State Finals this Saturday, December 10th at Express Sports, 8412 N. Huron St. in Thorton, CO. The…

DCSO Gets Help for “Christmas for Kids” From Neighborhood Watch Groups

By CPC | December 1, 2005

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is once again playing Santa and helping families in need this holiday season with their annual fundraiser “Christmas for Kids”. Deputies delivered gifts to nearly 30 families and over 100 children as well as supplies that were collected for the Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center on December 14th and…

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MEDIA RELEASE – Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Drug Violations at Mountain Vista High School Involving Juveniles who were in Possession.

By CPC | December 1, 2005

CONTACT #1: Public Information Officer, Lt. Alan Stanton, 303-660-7586, pgr. 303-208-5233 CONTACT #2: RELEASE DATE: 12/15/05 RELEASE TIME: 1:15 p.m. CASE NUMBER: WHAT: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Drug Violations at Mountain Vista High School Involving Juveniles who were in Possession. NARRATIVE: DOUGLAS COUNTY, CO – On December 15, 2005, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office…

Two Attempted Child Abductions in Douglas County

By CPC | December 1, 2005

During the last two weeks of November, two attempted child abductions were reported in Douglas County. One of these incidents occurred on November 22nd, in Castle Rock near the vicinity of South Elementary. The other incident occurred near Legacy Point Elementary in Parker, the week of November 26th. According to a recent letter from Larry…

Discount Trees Offered Through CSU Nursery

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Homeowners can get a discount on trees and help out Douglas County’s 4-H Youth Council at the same time. The money earned from the Seedling Tree sales sponsors many 4-H activities and provides funds for state and national camps. Sponsored by the Colorado State University (CSU) Cooperative Extension through Douglas County, the Seedling Tree program…

Date Set for Annual Teacher Kick-Ball Game

By CPC | November 1, 2005

The teachers of Buffalo Ridge and Timber Trail will face off once again in the annual teacher kick-ball game. Focusing on fun, this event lets students cheer on their teachers, principals and staff. The game will be held in the Rock Canyon High School gym January 26, 2006, at 7:30 p.m. At 6 p.m., Buffalo…

Super Target Opens in New RidgeGate Development

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Just in time for the holiday shopping rush, Super Target opened its doors to the public in October. Located in the RidgeGate development at the corner of Lincoln and Yosemite, Super Target is the anchor store for Lincoln Commons, a new upscale shopping center. The copper roof and copper Target logos as well as the…

Group of Local Citizens Discusses Alternatives for CC-20 with Village Homes

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Residents of the community recently met with Ron Skarka, Vice President of Planning for Village Homes to discuss alternatives for CC-20. The meeting was precipitated by a letter from the Castle Pines North Metro District to Village Homes. Village Homes and Pinark, LLC, the owners of the 15.7 acres of land on the northwest corner…

Christ the King Church to Celebrate Christmas with Narnia

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Castle Pines North Residents are invited to join Christ the King Church each Sunday through Christmas as they explore the wonders of the world of “Narnia,” based on C.S. Lewis’ classic book, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The series will begin November 27 and end on Christmas Day. “I believe there is an…

County Planner Mueller Moves On

By CPC | November 1, 2005

County Planner Brad Mueller has left the Douglas County Planning Department. Mueller, who served Douglas County for six years and worked on many projects both for Castle Pines North and other areas that directly affect the community. Most recently, Mueller worked on the CC-20 parcel at the corner of Monarch Boulevard and Castle Pines Parkway.…

Castle Rock Rec Center Expansion Near Completion

By CPC | November 1, 2005

The Castle Rock Recreation Center’s expansion and improvement plan has been progressing during the past two years, and is almost complete. Enhancements expected to be completed this year include a remodeled and expanded circuit room, free weight room, cardiovascular area, family changing room, and a two-story addition. “The two-story addition includes three new toddler rooms…

BOARD MEETING SCHEDULES

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Master Association Thursday, December 8, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, January 19, 7 p.m. Thursday, February 16, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 16, 7 p.m. and other meetings typically every third Thursday. Metro District Board Monday, December 19, 7 p.m. Monday, January 16, 7 p.m. Monday, February 20, 7 p.m. and every third Monday Parks Authority Thursday, December…

BP Gas Station Changes to Conoco

By CPC | November 1, 2005

On the night of November 15, the BP station and convenience store, located in Castle Pines North on Debbie Lane, officially changed hands and is now owned by Conoco. British energy giant BP, is completely withdrawing from the entire state of Colorado. According to the Conoco manager, James Thatcher, the gas station and convenience store…

A Piece of Colorado History Preserved in High Density Development

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Tucked in a dell just to the east of I-25 at Exit 191 sits an 1800s ranch house and barn that passing vehicles may notice when traveling the interstate. This vintage ranch is a piece of Douglas County’s past. Schweiger Ranch, also known as the Happy Canyon Ranch, was recognized for the history the land…

Attend a Cherokee Ranch Holiday Tradition

By CPC | November 1, 2005

The Cherokee Ranch and Castle is hosting annual holiday teas again this December. Traditionally, holiday teas at the Castle sellout by mid-July, but there are still a few spots available for the teas being held on December 21st and 23rd. All teas include scones with clotted cream and jam, finger sandwiches, pastries, and sweets, as…

E-470 Tolls to Increase

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Travelers on E-470 will need some extra change in their car beginning January 1, 2006. Most toll booths along E-470 will increase by 25 cents. Ten booths currently charge 75 cents and will not see an increase in the coming year. The rates at the five main toll plazas, along with 22 ramp toll booths…

CPN Resident Pens Children’s Book

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Parents juggle work schedules with valuable family time constantly. The desire to stay home with young children and the need to head off to a job outside the home plagues many families where both parents have jobs away from home. Castle Pines North residents, Lee Ann and Bryan Hilgendorf were no strangers to these struggles.…

Communication Continues with CC-20 Development

By CPC | November 1, 2005

In November, members of the Castle Pines North CC-20 Committee met with Ron Skarka, Vice President of Planning for Village Homes. Village Homes has withdrawn previously submitted development plans due to community objections. CC-20 is the 15.7 acres of commercially-zoned land on the northwest corner of Castle Pines Parkway and Monarch Boulevard, owned by Village…

Congratulations! The Rock Canyon High School Poms took first place at the Midwest Spirit Competition held at the Denver Coliseum on October 29th.

By CPC | November 1, 2005

Pictured above – – Top row: Allison Jost, Molly Matzat, Kaitlin Fenton, Adrienne Kovac, Kelly Battin and Lyndsay Packer. Bottom row: Ashley Adams, Melanie Safran, Kalee Finkelstein, Shanel Perry and Allison Taylor

From the Kindness of Strangers Local Residents Provide Relief for Hurricane Victims

By CPC | October 1, 2005

While the effects of recent hurricanes may be thousands of miles away, residents throughout Castle Pines North have pulled together to lend a hand to help contribute to those affected by some of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history. Heartbreaking stories and images of destruction along the Gulf Coast areas make their way into…

Storm Damages Trees throughout Community

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Clean-Up Underway The recent snow storm brought more than a foot of snow to some parts of Castle Pines North. Numerous trees throughout the community have suffered damage and the clean-up has already begun. Removal of damaged tree branches along Castle Pines Parkway, The Retreat Park, and the north and south open space areas are…

American Academy Charter School Opens Doors

By CPC | October 1, 2005

American Academy Charter School hosted an Open House on Friday, August 26th, with Senator John Evans as guest speaker. The new school opened its doors to 380 students on Monday, August 29th, at the temporary location in Lone Tree. In just a year, Castle Pines North residents Erin Kane, Jackie Santos, and Denese Gardner, along…

Where Does Castle Pines North Vote?

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Ballots for Colorado’s November 1st election day have been mailed and many Castle Pines North residents have already received them in their mail boxes. On November 1st there will be no voting polls open. All voting will be done through the mail. Ballots have been mailed to registered voters and must be in the County…

Douglas County Completes Berm Project at Berganot Trail

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Special thanks are extended to Douglas County for completing the berm leveling project at the entrance of Tapestry Hills. All remaining construction related materials have been removed from the site, which is located at Berganot Trail and Monarch Blvd. In 2000, many Tapestry Hills residents voiced concerns that the berm created a blind spot for…

Snow Removal – Who Plows What?

By CPC | October 1, 2005

It’s almost time to get out those snow shovels! Colorado’s first snow of the season often occurs in October. With winter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about snow removal policies and procedures in Castle Pines North. Who is responsible for snow removal in CPN?The answer is, “it depends.” The land owner…

Castle Pines Community Church Seeks Permanent Home

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Castle Pines Community Church has purchased 12 acres of land west of I-25 at Exit 190, between the Surrey Ridge and Oak Hills neighborhoods on Clydesdale Road. Castle Pines Community Church was the first organized church group to operate in Castle Pines North and originally began meeting at the CPN Community Center in 1998. With…

Trash Can Reminder

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Trash cans. They’re smelly, unsightly, and filled with a bunch of junk that’s about to be taken to a landfill. Trash cans certainly aren’t something that neighbors enjoy seeing left on the curbside for days on end. Many HOA’s require residents put trash cans outside homes no earlier than the night prior to the scheduled…

Connect with “Moxie Moms”

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Moxie Moms exists in about 45 cities across the country, including a local group in Castle Rock. Moxie Moms partners with local, quality merchants to offer discounts and special activities. A few of the local Colorado Moxie Moms business partners include: Bosom Buddies, Party On and Monkey Bizness, Playnix Toys & Swing Sets, Gymboree Music…

Sled Safely this Season

By CPC | October 1, 2005

When the first snow falls this year, kids will undoubtedly beg to dig out the sled and visit the popular sledding hill near the intersection of Castle Pines Parkway and Monarch. The open space at this location is the perfect sledding spot – – a great hill and lots of space for multiple sledders. The…

American Girl Fashion Show Planned

By CPC | October 1, 2005

St. Thomas More Catholic Church will host the third annual “American Girl Fashion Show” to benefit the Gabby Krause Foundation. The event will be held October 14th, at 7 p.m., October 15th at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., and October 16th, at 2 p.m. Tickets are available by calling 720-482-3574. Proceeds supply bags of fun…

Taste of Timber Trail a Fundraising Success

By CPC | October 1, 2005

The second annual “Taste of Timber Trail” was a fundraising success for Timber Trail Elementary School. The Timber Trail Educational Alliance (TTEA), along with staff and volunteers, raised more than $8,000 to support the science and reading programs at Timber Trail. With the help of more than 70 volunteers, Castle Pines North residents supported a…

Breakfast with Santa Coming in December

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Mark your calendars to attend the Castle Pines North Kiwanis Club’s Pancake Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 3.The breakfast will be held from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Rock Canyon High School on McArthur Ranch Road. The event will feature fun for all ages, photos with Santa, music and entertainment, and drawings for…

Cherokee Ranch and Castle Committed to Preserve Open Space

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Covering 3,124 acres of land, Cherokee Ranch is one of Castle Pines North unique neighbors. CPN is fortunate to have this wealth of Colorado history so accessible to the community. Cherokee Ranch stretches from Daniels Park Road west to Highway 85, and is home to two 1800s homesteads. A replica of a 1500s Scottish Castle…

What’s Up With the Beverly Hills Signs at the I-25 Exits?

By CPC | October 1, 2005

With the completion of the new bridge at I-25 and Castle Pines Parkway came new green directional signs at the end of exit ramps. Many residents are wondering why the signs include directions to Beverly Hills, a community with only 74 homes, but not the larger Castle Pines North community. “A sign listing Beverly Hills…

Castle Pines North Welcome Coffee

By CPC | October 1, 2005

New Castle Pines North residents enjoyed the “Welcome Coffee” on August 3rd at the Community Center. Welcome Coffees are held quarterly for all new residents and are sponsored by the CPN Master Association. New residents are invited to meet new neighbors and learn more about the community at the next Welcome Coffee scheduled for Wednesday,…

Solid Life to Host Thanksgiving Eve Candlelight Service

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Solid Life Christian Center will host their second annual Thanksgiving Eve candlelight service on Wednesday, November 23, at Timber Trail Elementary School at 7 p.m. According to Solid Life, the event is designed to “give thanks for all that God has given to us.” This music-filled service will be uplifting for the entire family. For…

Castle Pines North Borders 8,200 Acre Highlands Ranch Open Space

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Castle Pines North is fortunate to share its northern and western border with 8,200 acres of open space in the “Backcountry Wilderness” portion of the Highland’s Ranch development. As recently as the 1970s, Highlands Ranch was still a working cattle ranch and has its share of Colorado history. When the ranch was sold to a…

Where Do We Vote?

By CPC | October 1, 2005

On Colorado’s Election Day, November 1st, there will be no voting polls open. ALL BALLOTS in this election will be sent and recEIved via MAIL only. Ballots will be mailed to registered voters in mid-October and must be postmarked by November 1st. Contact the Douglas County Clerk Election Division at 303-660-7441 to verify registration, change…

Vandalism Occurs at The Ridge Golf Course

By CPC | October 1, 2005

In early August, The Ridge golf course experienced damaging vandalism to the eighth green. According to Darrell Fuston, general manager and director of The Ridge golf course, the perpetrator, in very apparent deliberation, hacked the green with a golf club causing extensive damage. Fuston reports that most vandalism that occurs is minor in damage and…

Carpool Lot May Add Future Bus Service

By CPC | October 1, 2005

With gas prices soaring, more Castle Pines North commuters are taking advantage of the new car pool lot that recently opened in the northeast corner of the I-25 interchange. The new parking lot currently provides 108 parking spaces and has the ability to expand to more than 500. Currently, the lot is used by commuters…

Black & White Casual Affair Benefit Planned for October 29

By CPC | October 1, 2005

Get casual and creative. Join neighbors for an evening of fun and surprises. Sample wine and food from local vendors. Enjoy entertainment, artwork and black and white photos for sale. Come to the inaugural BLACK & WHITE casual affair, Saturday, October 29, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at The Grange, located at 3692 Meadows Blvd.,…

David A. Weaver Appointed as Sheriff of Douglas County

By CPC | September 1, 2005

There is a new sheriff in town. On Friday, September 1 the Douglas County Board of Commissioners unanimously appointed David A. Weaver as Sheriff of Douglas County. Weaver is finishing off the term of Sheriff that was left vacant when Sheriff Micheal Acree resigned and accepted the position as Deputy Executive Director of the Colorado…

Debate on Referenda C and D Scheduled

By CPC | September 1, 2005

Looking to hear from both sides of the debate on Referenda C and D? The Town of Castle Rock is holding a debate on the issues Monday, September 26 from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Philip S. Miller Library located at 100 S. Wilcox Street in Castle Rock. The forum will feature speakers…

Castle Rock November Ballot Issues

By CPC | September 1, 2005

The town of Castle Rock has two November ballot issues that will interest Castle Pines North residents. Some CPN residents may have received flyers explaining these ballot issues and expect to vote on them in November. Although CPN has a Castle Rock mailing address the community is part of unincorporated Douglas County and is not…

Castle Pines North Resident Raises Money for Hurricane Katrina Victims

By CPC | September 1, 2005

Images of suffering and desperation coming from the states ravished by Hurricane Katrina have affected everyone in the United States, including here in Castle Pines North. Many are left asking, what can we do? As June Uralli, a CPN resident said, “I wish I had more to give.” In answer to this need, Uralli has…

CPN HOAs Work to Implement Senate Bill 100

By CPC | September 1, 2005

The Castle Pines North community consists of more than 30 homeowner associations (HOA). HOA board members throughout the area are currently working to implement operations and policy changes required by a new Colorado law, Senate Bill 100. HOAs throughout the state are evaluating the law’s many requirements which affect communication, disclosures and policies. What does…

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MEDIA RELEASE Fire Ban Lifted

By CPC | September 1, 2005

4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 Release Page 1 CONTACT #1: Public Information Officer, Lt. Alan Stanton, 303-660-7586; pgr. 303-208-5233 CONTACT#2: Jamie Moore, Douglas County Emergency Management Director, 303-660-7589 RELEASE DATE: 08/30/05 RELEASE TIME: 3:15 p.m. CASE NUMBER: N/A WHAT: Douglas County Board of County Commissioners have Rescinded Stage 1 Fire Restrictions for Unincorporated…

Castle Pines North Continues with Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts

By CPC | September 1, 2005

Multiple efforts to help those who lost so much to the destruction of Hurricane Katrina are underway here in Castle Pines North and throughout Douglas County. Residents who want to help can start with these relief efforts: Boy Scout Troop 316 Douglas County Schools Colorado SART (State Animal Response Team) Douglas County FUNd-Raiser Boy Scout…

Douglas County Household Chemical Roundup Scheduled

By CPC | September 1, 2005

Douglas County will be holding a household chemical roundup on September 24. Castle Pines North residents can bring hazardous chemicals and other waste to the Castle Rock Utilities site at 175 Kellogg Road. Drop off times will run from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. There is no charge for drop off, but a donation of…

Traffic Signal to Improve Safety at Yorkshire Intersection

By CPC | September 1, 2005

Installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Castle Pines Parkway and Yorkshire Drive is underway. The median on Yorkshire Drive, at the Royal Hill entrance, was recently removed. Construction for the project began months ago and wasn’t noticeable until the recent median removal. “Most of the work is being done at or…

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MEDIA RELEASE Rescinded Stage 1 Fire Restrictions for Unincorporated Douglas County.

By CPC | September 1, 2005

4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 Release Page 1 CONTACT #1: Public Information Officer, Lt. Alan Stanton, 303-660-7586; pgr. 303-208-5233 CONTACT#2: Jamie Moore, Douglas County Emergency Management Director, 303-660-7589 RELEASE DATE: 08/30/05 RELEASE TIME: 3:15 p.m. CASE NUMBER: N/A WHAT: Douglas County Board of County Commissioners have Rescinded Stage 1 Fire Restrictions for Unincorporated…

Douglas County Citizens and Government Help Katrina Victims

By CPC | September 1, 2005

On September 23 Douglas County will adopt the Katrina ravaged victims that have been relocated in Colorado at the Lowery Air Force Base and those victims of Jackson County Mississippi in an all day FUNd-Raiser event. The event will be held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in the Event Center. Activities are scheduled from 10…

DCS Montessori Charter School

By CPC | August 1, 2005

The Mission of the DCS Montessori Charter School is to provide students with an opportunity to acquire an education based on an authentic and accredited curriculum founded on the educational philosophy of Maria Montessori. Parents considering DCS Montessori for their child, please browse the website at www.dcsmontessori.org, or call 303-387-5625. The first day of school…

BRE Changes to Traditional Calendar

By CPC | August 1, 2005

Students of Buffalo Ridge Elementary will begin the new school year together. The decision to switch from the four track year-round school calendar was made last spring. Now instead of some students returning to the classroom following the July 4th holiday and others a few weeks later, all students will step through the school’s doors…

Buffalo Stampede Gets New Name and More Participants

By CPC | August 1, 2005

With the success of last year’s 5K run and 1 mile run/walk called the Buffalo Stampede, Buffalo Ridge Elementary and Timber Trail Elementary decided to change the name and expand the race to include more schools. “The Rock Slide” will take place Saturday November 5 starting at 9 a.m. Proceeds from the race will be…

Sport Leagues Registering for 2005 Fall Season

By CPC | August 1, 2005

With summer winding down and Labor Day weekend only a few short weeks away, now is the time to sign-up for fall sport leagues. The Castle Pines North area has a variety of teams and organizations to choose from. Castle Rock Recreation This fall leagues are offered in baseball, basketball, inline roller hockey, soccer and…

Fire Ban Issued for Douglas County

By CPC | August 1, 2005

Douglas County has banned all open fires, including the sale and use of fireworks. The decision was based on current dry weather conditions, the threat of wildfires, and as a proactive approach to eliminate human-caused fire ignition sources. “Maintaining the public’s safety is our ultimate goal and responsibility,” said Sheriff Michael Acree of the Douglas…

Castle Pines Country Club Offers New Memberships

By CPC | August 1, 2005

Castle Pines Village is home to two Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses. The International Golf Tournament, held in August, is played on one of these courses and draws much media attention each year. The other course recently underwent an arranged member buyout. The Country Club at Castle Pines is now one of the few private…

Timber Trail Heads Back to School

By CPC | August 1, 2005

Timber Trail Elementary will head back to the classroom Monday, August 15. New homes are still being built and new students are still arriving in Timber Trail’s boundaries. With these factors, there was consideration of switching the school to the four track year-round calendar. However, the opening of American Academy, the new charter school, and…

Castle Pines North Piranhas End Season

By CPC | August 1, 2005

Community spirit ran high at the pools of HOA1 and HOA2 this summer. Children from all over Castle Pines North spent many hours of this summer’s hot weather perfecting their strokes and competing in meets. Parents also joined in the fun, volunteering to help run the home meets held at the HOA2 pool. One of…

Castle Rock Movie Theatre to Open this Fall

By CPC | August 1, 2005

One movie theatre will open in Castle Rock by the end of 2005, not two as previously reported. Plans to open Castle Rock Stadium 12 are running full steam ahead. The theatre, which is scheduled to open around Thanksgiving, will have stadium seating for 2,200. The Stadium 12 will be owned and operated by Colorado…

Tips for Avoiding Mailbox Theft

By CPC | August 1, 2005

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has reported an increase in theft of mail from collection boxes, apartment mailboxes, co-op mailing racks and neighborhood delivery and collection box units. The thefts involve checks, credit card applications and bank account statements. Reports of identity theft have been increasing throughout the country. Stories air nightly on television news…

Bookmobile Offers Wealth of Information for CPN Students

By CPC | August 1, 2005

Back to school means back to homework and projects. While the Internet is a great resource, it will never totally replace a visit to the library. Castle Pines North’s Bookmobile has a permanent collection of about 3,000 items, but has access to everything in the Douglas County Library system. Any item can be ordered and…

Castle Rock Rec Center Expansion Shows Progress

By CPC | August 1, 2005

The Castle Rock Recreation Center, located at 2301 N. Woodlands Blvd., began a $6.6 million expansion project in early April, and has already made significant progress on the project. Demolition and preparation has started on the two-story addition that will include an aerobics/group exercise studio and additional toddler areas. In addition, preparation work is being…

Wildfire Season Is Here – Protect Your Home

By CPC | August 1, 2005

In October, 2003, homes in Castle Pines North were spared during the Cherokee Ranch fire near Daniel’s Park. This summer, the heat wave and dry weather is a reminder that the potential for a wildfire remains high. Be Proactive There are many things homeowners can do to increase a home’s survivability in the event of…

Castle Pines North Celebrates July 4th

By CPC | August 1, 2005

The streets of Castle Pines North were teaming with brightly decorated wagons, bikes, scooters, strollers, and pets on Monday July 4th, all in celebration for the Nation’s birthday. Many of CPN’s neighborhood HOAs promote this holiday as an opportunity to bring neighbors together and have fun. Celebrations were happening throughout the day. Many parades hit…

BP Gas Station May Change Owners

By CPC | August 1, 2005

British Petroleum will be putting its 100 service stations in Colorado up for sale, according to a recent article in the Denver Post. This includes the BP at the intersection of Castle Pines Parkway and N. Debbie Lane. These stores could be purchased by various names such as Conoco, or Diamond Shamrock. BP is selling…

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