U.S. Congressman Cory Gardner opens new district office in Castle Pines
Pictured above, left to right: District Representative Jorge Delgado, Congressman Cory Gardner, and friend Charcie Russell celebrate the opening of the new Castle Pines district office.
By Elizabeth Wood West; photo by Tim Gamble
U.S. Congressman Cory Gardner recently celebrated the grand opening of his new district office, located at 7505 Village Square Drive, Suite 207, in Castle Pines.
Family members, friends, and local elected officials joined Gardner and staff members at what is now the fifth office within the congressman’s sizeable 4th Congressional District. Gardner holds other district offices in Washington, D.C., Greeley, Rocky Ford, and his hometown of Yuma. The 4th Congressional District covers a large portion of eastern Colorado, and includes eight cities and twenty-two counties.
Gardner is a fifth generation Colorado native and was elected to office in 2010. He sits on the Energy and Commerce Committee and is a member of the Communications and Technology, Energy and Power, and Oversight and Investigations House Subcommittees.
District Representative Jorge Delgado and Communications Director Rachel George will be available full-time at the Castle Pines office to assist with constituent issues, concerns and questions. For information, call 720-508-3937.