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911 Education Program Introduced to Douglas County Kids

By CPC | April 1, 2006

Red E. Fox (left) and Dispatcher with Cherie Abbott of DCSO (Photo by DCSO.) by Terri Wiebold The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) has developed a new 911 education program geared toward Kindergarten through 2nd grade students. The program teaches children what to do and what to say when placing a 911 emergency call. It…

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Introduces New Community Safety Volunteer Program

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold Beginning in April, citizens interested in volunteering in the area of public safety will have the opportunity to participate in a new program through the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. “The Community Safety Volunteer Program” enables volunteers to provide services to the community in those areas of law enforcement that do not require…

Hear the Metro District Candidates Speak at the April Master Association Meeting

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard Mark the calendar and be sure to attend the Castle Pines North (CPN) Master Association Meeting on April 20 at 7 p.m. located in the Community Center, 7402 Yorkshire Drive. CPN residents will have an opportunity to hear the candidates running for the three open positions on the CPN Metro District Board…

Remember the Rules of the Road

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold Rules of the road apply to pedestrians and bicyclists in addition to vehicles. Most of us are mindful of traffic rules and regulations when it pertains to driving vehicles. Traffic rules are usually followed when stopping at red lights, driving the speed limit, and staying on the proper side of the road.…

Buffalo Ridge Names New Principal

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Belinda Paredes After an intensive search and interview process, Buffalo Ridge Elementary (BRE) has named a new principal. Allyson “Ally” Berggren, an assistant principal from Colleyville, Texas, was named principal of BRE in February. She will officially start her position on July 1. Berggren has been assistant principal of Bransford Elementary School for the…

Get Out and VOTE

By CPC | April 1, 2006

VOTE Vote for the CPN Metro District Board – May 2, at the CPN Community Center, 7404 Yorkshire Drive, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Vote for South Metro Fire Rescue Board -ballots will arrive via U.S. mail by April 17 andmust be received by May 2. by Carin Kirkegaard Castle Pines North (CPN) voters…

Master Association Names Conner to Board

By CPC | April 1, 2006

On February 16, the Castle Pines North Master Association Board of Directors appointed Janet Conner to fill a vacant director position. Conner previously served as a board member for her neighborhood HOA. She formed a HOA managment company for BristleCone Patio Homes and works closely with the board of that community. Conner also serves on…

South Metro Fire Rescue Election – Mail in Your Ballots!

By CPC | April 1, 2006

Courtesy of South Metro Fire Rescue South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) is urging voters to participate in the election of three Fire District Board members. Ballots are being sent to eligible voters and may be returned by mail or in person prior to the May 2 voting deadline. The location to drop off ballots in…

Red Hawk Organizing Ladies’ Golf Leagues

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Belinda Paredes Women who enjoy golfing, or are considering learning the game of golf, can choose from a wide offering of ladies’ leagues at Red Hawk Ridge golf course. The novice league is for ladies that are new to golf, or have not been able to improve their handicap below 40. The novice league…

Xcel Plans to Expand Daniel’s Gate Substation – Feedback Needed from CPN Homeowners

By CPC | April 1, 2006

By Lane Roberts Xcel Energy recently applied for a construction permit to expand the Daniel’s Gate substation. The electric substation is located on Monarch Boulevard just north of Daniel’s Gate, behind the Serena neighborhood. The Castle Pines North Master Association will share feedback from homeowners regarding this expansion with Douglas County by May 15. Please…

Castle Pines North Metro District Sets Water Restrictions for 2006

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Lane Roberts Water restrictions in Castle Pines North will begin on May 1. All residents will receive a water restrictions postcard. The Castle Pines North Metro District has implemented mandatory water restrictions since 2003. The circle, diamond, square third day watering program helps manage water supply and also helps conserve water. Water restrictions also…

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MEDIA RELEASE – Board of County Commissioners Pass Fire/Open Burning Restriction for Douglas County

By CPC | April 1, 2006

CONTACT #1: Public Information Officer, Lt. Alan Stanton, 303-660-7586; pgr. 303-208-5233 CONTACT #2: Douglas County Emergency Management Director, Jamie Moore, 303-660-7589 RELEASE DATE: 04/25/06 RELEASE TIME: 4:40 p.m. CASE NUMBER: N/A WHEN: Effective Immediately (04/26/06) NARRATIVE: DOUGLAS COUNTY, CO – Earlier this afternoon, the Douglas County Board of County Commissioners adopted a resolution, R-006-068, which…

Support School Athletics through Tri the Rock

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Belinda Paredes Ever wished for the opportunity to encourage kids to exercise while raising money for their schools? Now Douglas County families have that opportunity through Tri the Rock. Tri the Rock is a youth USA Triathlon open to kids five through 14, to benefit school athletic programs throughout Douglas County and youth athletics…

Coyote Ridge Park to Receive Streetlight

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard Coyote Ridge Park will soon be a little lighter. The corner at Serena Drive and Hidden Pointe Boulevard will soon have a streetlight installed at the northwest corner of the intersection. With summer approaching and days getting longer, more families will stay later at the park. This corner presents a danger for…

New Canyons Development to Host Series of Open Houses

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard The Canyons, located just across I-25 to the east of Castle Pines North (CPN), is continuing its planning process. With progress starting in the southern portion of the development, questions regarding number of houses, size of lots and community amenities are being asked. In response to these questions, The Canyons will be…

Smoke Detector Malfunctions Can Cause “Explosive” Concern in CPN

By CPC | April 1, 2006

By Terri Wiebold Informational Meeting about Defective Smoke Detectors to be Held With the recent attention in the media concerning defective smoke detectors found in many CPN homes, a Master Association-sponsored community information meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 18, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Community Center, 7404 Yorkshire Drive. South Metro…

New Plans Announced for CC-20 Parcel to Include Residential and Commerical Development

By CPC | April 1, 2006

Homes in The Retreat overlook CC-20, located on the northwest corner of Castle Pines Parkway and Monarch. Village Homes has announced new plans for the 15.7-acre parcel. (Photo by Tim Gamble.) by Lane Roberts After two years of negotiations, the northwest corner of Castle Pines Parkway and Monarch Boulevard may soon be getting a facelift.…

Dig Safely this Spring and Summer

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard Springtime gets gardeners out and digging. One important thing to remember before starting any landscaping projects is to locate the water, cable, gas, telephone, and electric power lines that are underground. Careless digging could cause unnecessary consequences such as serious personal injury, environmental damage and costly delays. Before beginning spring and summer…

Have questions? Need answers?

By CPC | April 1, 2006

Share questions, comments or opinions with The Connection. E-mail questions to editor@cpnhoa.org. Dear Connection: I noticed the new skateboard park at Coyote Ridge. What is the status of Castle View Park and other future parks for Castle Pines North? – Park Lover in CPN Dear Park Lover: Construction of Castle View Park was originally set…

The Ridge Golf Course Open for 2006 Season

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Belinda Paredes The Ridge Golf Course opened for the 2006 season on March 2. Tee times will be booked starting at 9:30 a.m. during the month of March. Food and beverage service is now available as well. The Ridge is offering a new “season ticket” program for 2006, which is a book of 20…

Slash and Mulch Program Set to Open

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard Douglas County’s slash and mulch program is typically held each Saturday from Memorial Day through Labor Day, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The program is part of the County’s wildfire mitigation and recycling efforts. There are two goals to this program: First, to provide a drop-off location for residents to reduce,…

Colorado Teens at Risk: Kiwanis’ Second Wind Fund to Help

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold Alarmingly large numbers of young people in Colorado (and throughout the country) report having made serious plans for suicide attempts. According to the Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention, suicide is the second leading cause of death for Coloradans between the ages of 10 and 19. Following a series of teen suicides at…

Library Art Show Features Local Talent

By CPC | April 1, 2006

King’s Crossing resident Mary Williams by Belinda Paredes Philip S. Miller Library in Castle Rock hosted an art exhibit in February and March that featured over 80 pieces by 23 local artists. The show displayed a variety of artwork throughout the library, including sculptures, paintings, jewelry, and pottery. Library patrons could cast a vote for…

Lowe’s Set to Break Ground this Summer

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold As reported in the December-January issue of The Connection, Lowe’s Home Improvement will be building a new store in the Town of Castle Rock. According to Gary Kranse from the Town of Castle Rock Development Services Department, plans for construction are still underway. The 117,000 square foot store will be located just…

There’s a New Way to Vote in Douglas County

By CPC | April 1, 2006

Douglas County, Colo. – Douglas County Clerk and Recorder Carole Murray has initiated a Voter Education Outreach program to inform citizens about the significant changes in this year’s election process. Descriptions of the changes can be found at www.DouglasVotes.com, a site that will be regularly updated with information about where the public can get hands-on…

2006 Swim Season

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard Castle Pines North (CPN) is home to two neighborhood swim teams. For the past three years, CPN children have been swimming for the CPN Piranhas through Team Colorado. This summer, CPN will have two options for families to choose from. Team Colorado’s Castle Pines North Piranhas – hosted by HOA2 Castle Crocs…

Master Association Announces Movie and Concert Picks

By CPC | April 1, 2006

By Elean Gersack The Master Association is excited to announce this year’s picks for Summer Movie in the Park and Summer Concert in the Park. Save the dates and enjoy these fun family events at Coyote Ridge Park. Summer Movie in the Park – Saturday, June 24, Coyote Ridge Park – featuring Napoleon Dynamite. Festivities…

County Compiling Data Base for Special Needs Residents

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold Douglas County Emergency Management Director, Jaime Moore, was a guest speaker at the Master Association’s meeting on February 16. Moore works in cooperation with numerous local, state and federal agencies to provide emergency management programs to better equip Douglas County in handling disasters. “The biggest push for our department in 2006 is…

Meet Brian Stopps

By CPC | April 1, 2006

Brian Stopps by Belinda Paredes Many interesting people call Castle Pines North home. In an effort to introduce readers to the remarkable individuals who live in the community, The Connection has created a new feature to spotlight a resident in each issue. Brian Stopps has been involved in the CPN community since moving to Royal…

“ICE” Not Just for Aches and Pains

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold “ICE” (In Case of Emergency) is the name of a new program implemented by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to aid law enforcement, fire, and medical personnel in locating necessary contact information about an individual in an emergency situation. The program uses an individual’s cell phone address book as a resource for…

Master Association Safety Committee Gets the Green Light

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold More than two years of research, planning and organizing from the Castle Pines North Master Association Safety Task Force has paid off for the community. The long-awaited and much-needed traffic signal at the intersection of Yorkshire Drive and Castle Pines Parkway is now a reality. The task force worked with Douglas County…

Petition Circulating to Expand Number of County Commissioners

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Carin Kirkegaard Douglas County has been one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. With this growth, the number of constituents the Douglas County Board of Commissioners serves has grown as well. It is because of this growth that the Douglas County Voters for Local Representation, a group of concerned citizens, is…

Community Policing in Castle Pines North

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) is committed to the concept of “community policing” in Castle Pines North (CPN), as well as throughout the county. One component of this community policing approach involves establishing relationships between patrol deputies and members of the community. By seeking the input and talents of CPN residents,…

Community to Elect New Metro District Board Members May 2

By CPC | April 1, 2006

VOTE Vote for the CPN Metro District Board – May 2, at the CPN Community Center, 7404 Yorkshire Drive, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Vote for South Metro Fire Rescue Board -ballots will arrive via U.S. mail by April 17 andmust be received by May 2. CANDIDATES PROFILESGalen R. Crowder Jonette Brown Eyes Bruce…

“Old Glory” to Bring Better Reception to CPN

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold In the February-March issue of The Connection, plans for a new T-Mobile cellular tower were brought to the public’s attention. Plans had been in the works for this additional coverage site for quite some time, but the logistics of the design – although decided – were not exactly what the Castle Pines…

Metro District to Announce Final Results of Water Plan

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Lane Roberts The Castle Pines North Metro District will host the third Integrated Water Resources Community Information meeting in April. (As of press time, exact meeting dates were not determined. Watch for specific meeting details to be announced through community-wide e-mail and on the web.) Since September 2005, CDM, a leading engineering firm, has…

Swim School Facility Under Construction

By CPC | April 1, 2006

by Belinda Paredes Castle Rock-based SafeStart Swim School recently announced plans to build a state-of-the-art indoor swim instruction facility dedicated to helping kids learn water safety and swimming skills. The 9,000 square foot facility will be built near the intersection of Oswego and Lincoln, immediately adjacent to the Wildlife Experience. Construction will be complete in…

Local Political Parties Hold Precinct Caucuses

By CPC | March 1, 2006

Note: Precinct 61 also includes portions of Oak Hills and Surrey Ridge, and Precincts 63 and 65 also include a small portion of Castle Pines Village. Douglas County Democrats and Republicans are holding their party’s caucuses at locations around the county Tuesday, March 21. Caucus location is determined by precinct. Residents can find out what…

Residents Make CPN A Safer Place to Live

By CPC | March 1, 2006

Crime prevention was traditionally thought to be the sole responsibility of local law enforcement agencies, but the concept of community policing has dramatically changed that philosophy. Partnerships between police and the residents they serve have helped empower people to take active roles in crime prevention in their neighborhoods. Castle Pines North (CPN) is a low…

Summer Camp Options

By CPC | March 1, 2006

Close to Home Wildlife Experience, 10035 S. Peoria St., Parker – weeklong wildlife camps for ages 5-10: www.wildlifeexperience.org, 720-488-3300 South Suburban Parks & Recreation, various locations in South Suburban district – a large variety of camps for ages 5 and up: www.ssprd.org, 303-708-9500 Primrose Schools, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Parker – a variety of themed…

Reserve Ball Fields for Spring and Summer Practices

By CPC | March 1, 2006

Coaches that need a field to practice on this spring and/or summer make sure to contact the Metro District and reserve one of Castle Pines North three park locations. CPN has three fields available to all residents including: The Retreat Park, Daniel’s Gate Park, and Coyote Ridge Park. Several soccer, baseball, softball, football and lacrosse…

Yorkshire Traffic Signal Near Completion

By CPC | March 1, 2006

by Terri Wiebold Drivers Use Caution– New Traffic Signal Expected to be Operational by April 5 Effective noon, March 30, the traffic signal at the intersection of Castle Pines Parkway and Yorkshire Drive was put in four-way flashing mode. The signal is flashing yellow to drivers on Castle Pines Parkway and is flashing red to…

Buffalo Ridge Principal Announces Retirement

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Barry Meigs, the principal of Buffalo Ridge Elementary (BRE) for the past five years, announced in November, 2005 that he is retiring at the end of the 2006 school year. In his career at BRE, Meigs counts the improvement of the school’s curriculum as one of his accomplishments. “Our curriculum is aligned better. That means…

More Delays for the Traffic Signal at Castle Pines Parkway and Yorkshire Drive

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The mast arms are up, the control boxes are in, but no lights are in operation at the corner of Castle Pines Parkway and Yorkshire Drive. According to Douglas County Public Works Principal Traffic Engineer, Alex Larson, “best case scenario is for the light to be operational in two to three weeks.” In the beginning…

Rock Canyon High School Newspaper Staff Wins State Awards

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Rock Canyon High School (RCHS) newspaper staff took home the title of class 3A State champions for their 2004-2005 volume of “The Rock.” In total, RCHS won five first-place awards and five second-place awards, including second in the “Best of Show” competition in class 4A. With 800 students attending RCHS, the school will be…

Canyons South Update

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Canyons development, which lies to the east of Castle Pines North across Interstate-25, is divided into two separate sections. The northern portion extends from the Castle Pines Parkway interchange south to Crowfoot Valley Road. Canyons South fills the land between Crowfoot Valley Road and the new Pradera neighborhood. The sketch plan for the 2,043-acre…

Protect Bulbs when Spring Blizzards Fall

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Extreme spring weather fluctuations can harm bulbs and perennials that are laying dormant underground. What happens during the drastic weather changes in late winter and early spring is referred to as “frost-heaving.” Frost-heaving occurs when garden soils expand and contract through the process of freezing and thawing. If this continues, eventually plant roots and new…

CPN Master Association’s 2005 Holiday Carriage Rides

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The second annual Holiday Carriage Rides, brought to you by the Castle Pines North Master Association, sold out in just three days! “The event was such a hit last year that we added additional nights and rides this year”, said Carla Kenny, Social Events Planner for the CPN Master Association. “With temperatures hitting the single…

New Residents Welcome Coffee Set for March 1st

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The next Castle Pines North new residents Welcome Coffee is set for March 1st at 7 p.m., at BB’s Coffee House in Village Square Shopping Center. The quarterly Welcome Coffees, presented by the CPN Master Association, are designed to communicate important facts and information to all new residents, and to welcome them to our community.…

Castle Pines North Community Helps Local Scout with Hurricane Relief Efforts

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Vinny DiPasquale’s life is a little slower these days after his almost 1,400 mile journey to Gulfport, Mississippi last December to deliver toys to an elementary school housing victims of Hurricane Katrina. The 15-year-old Rock Canyon High School student undertook the project to earn his Eagle Scout badge from Troop 316 in Castle Pines. Vinny…

CPN Master Association Builds Community

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The CPN Master Association is a community-wide HOA that unifies and represents all the individual neighborhoods within the community, while enhancing the overall quality of life for its residents. The Master Association communicates important information to the community via newsletter (“The Connection”), web site (www.cpnhoa.org), and e-mail alerts. This area saw major improvements last year,…

Rock Canyon High School Festival of Arts

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Who: Students, teachers, parents, families, and the public are invited to attend What: A celebration of the various visual and performing arts represented at RCHS When: Thursday, February 23: 7:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. and again from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Where: Rock Canyon High School, 5810 McArthur Road Why: Students, parents, teachers, an…

Can You Hear Us Better Now? Cellular Coverage Improves in CPN

By CPC | February 1, 2006

T-Mobile to Join CPN Cellular Upgrades T-Mobile is improving cellular phone service to the CPN community by installing a new 45-foot “monopine” tower disguised as a pine tree, similar to the one pictured on the left. Area Development Manager for T-Mobile, Darcy Rushing-Estes, is working with the Douglas County Planning, Zoning and Building Departments to…

New Signal to Improve Safety at Major CPN Intersection

By CPC | February 1, 2006

As of press time, the new traffic signal at Castle Pines Parkway and Yorkshire Drive was being installed. In early 2005, construction began on the long-awaited traffic signal. Upon completion, the new traffic signal will feature video detection to trigger the left turn lane, as well as a countdown timer for safer pedestrian traffic. Special…

Construction of New Skateboard Park Underway

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Castle Pines North Metro District recently began construction of a new skateboard park located north of the main parking area at Coyote Ridge Park. According to Metro District Parks and Open Space Manager Charlie Fagan, “Skateboarding is one of the top three most requested park needs. It gives kids and adults a controlled, safe…

CPN Home to State Hockey Champs

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Rocky Heights Nighthawks Gold team was recently crowned the 2005 State Middle School Champions of Inline Hockey. The Gold team, in an undefeated season, won the title from last year’s champions, ThunderRidge Middle School in an 8-4 win in December. Pictured above are CPN residents (from left to right) Thomas Hernandez, defenseman Gold team,…

Completing Castle Pines North

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Residents’ Task Force Examines Possible Uses of Undeveloped Parcels Castle Pines North is close to the end of home building; however, there are many questions about the various undeveloped parcels throughout CPN and adjacent areas. New CPN Completion Task Force Formed Recently, a Community Completion Task Force comprised of CPN residents was formed to examine…

New State Law Governs HOAs

By CPC | February 1, 2006

HOA board members and managers have been busy implementing a new State law that requires HOAs to adhere to certain guidelines about how they operate – including requirements for enhanced communication, annual disclosures, and mandatory written policies and procedures, to name a few. SB100 was passed by the Colorado Legislature in 2005, and is now…

Castle View Park Update

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Castle View Park, a 21-acre park project at Castle Pines Parkway and Yorkshire Drive, was delayed last fall due to land acquision issues. The Castle Pines North Metro District has now obtained one of the two missing parcels needed for Castle View. In late December, 5.3 acres of land was transferred to the Metro District…

Plan to Attend

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Jamie Moore, Emergency Management Director for Douglas County, will be speaking at the next Master Association meeting on Thursday, February 16th at 7 p.m., at the Community Center. All CPN residents are welcome to attend. Moore will be discussing emergency notification procedures, evacuations and other key Homeland Security information. HOA delegates and board members are…

Beware of Mail Theft

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office recently released information about an attempted Mail Box Cluster theft in Highlands Ranch. Although not specific to CPN, the press release is a good reminder for residents to take precautions with regard to mail. For tips on how to better protect your mail click here.

Local Stranger Danger Program Designed to Educate Children

By CPC | February 1, 2006

One child goes missing in the United States every 40 seconds, 24-hours-a-day, 365 days per year. Last November, two attempted child abductions were reported in Douglas County. These incidents occurred in the Towns of Castle Rock and Parker; but children everywhere should consistently be reminded of the dangers that confront them daily. One Castle Rock…

Rock Canyon High School is Alive – With the Sound of Music!

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Performing Arts Department of Rock Canyon High School (RCHS) will present the classic Rogers and Hammerstein musical, The Sound Of Music, in March. This is the first major musical to be staged at RCHS, and many faculty, professionals and students will be a part of this historic event. Performances are set for 7:30 p.m.…

Buffalo Ridge Elementary No Stranger to Four-Track Calendar

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Buffalo Ridge Elementary (BRE) opened its doors in 1997. By 1998, families were preparing to switch to the four-track calendar. At its height, BRE had over 850 students with three mobile classrooms on a five-track calendar filling the halls of the school. With the beginning of this school year, BRE was able to switch to…

Castle Rock Rec Center Continues with Expansion and Renovations

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The $6.6 million dollar expansion and renovation project at the Castle Rock Recreation Center recently opened newly completed areas to the public. Plans for the completion of the leisure pool are still on track for this spring. In January, the preschool program held an open house for parents to view the newly finished classrooms and…

Master Association Plans Community Events for 2006

By CPC | February 1, 2006

The Master Association’s Holiday Carriage Rides through HOA#1 wrapped up the year of exciting community events. During 2005, the Master Association presented two new community events including the Summer Movie in the Park and Summer Concert in the Park, which were a tremendous success. This year, the Master Association plans to present five community events…

School Resource Officer Helps Maintain Safety at Local Middle & High Schools

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Students at Rock Canyon High School are getting a unique exposure to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office – first hand. Deputy Rick Kiesow (pictured to the left) is the School Resource Officer (SRO) assigned to Rock Canyon High School and Rocky Heights Middle School. “As an SRO, I get a chance to interact with the…

Various Agencies Serve CPN

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Although the CPN community has a Castle Rock mailing address, it is actually part of unincorporated Douglas County. It is governed by a variety of county, community, and neighborhood agencies that fill the role a traditional city or town municipality might otherwise fill. As a result of this structure, residents gain local control over services…

Castle Pines North Homebuilding Nears Completion

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Signs for the last chance to live in the remaining subdivisions of Castle Pines North will soon be taken down. With only 164 homes left to complete, CPN is becoming a vibrant but stable community. Home builder inventories are nearly sold out and only custom homes remain to be finished. When complete, more than 10,000…

Castle Pines Community Church to Host “40 Days of Purpose”

By CPC | February 1, 2006

Castle Pines Community Church is sponsoring a six-week study based on the book, “The Purpose Driven Life” by author Rick Warren. In the book, Warren discusses the five purposes for which were created and the need for understanding these in order for life to make sense. The study sessions will take place in various homes…

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