Bears have been spotted in the area! It’s that time of year when bears will explore all possible food sources to prepare for the long winter ahead. Please be alert and don’t panic if you encounter a bear. To learn more and to find tips about living with bears, check out Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s online resources
Check out the latest News & Notes! In this edition: City Leaders Outline Vision for “Tomorrow’s Castle Pines”, City of Castle Pines - Where Are We Now, Future Development, Be Bear Aware, and more!
Learn more about the impact that the Pavement Management Program has had on our community. The 2014 report summarizes the road improvements that have been made and the importance of investing in pavement infrastructure.
The City of Castle Pines is in need of a qualified Service Provider to perform traffic signal maintenance, emergency repair of traffic signals, and the installation of traffic control devices for the year 2015. The Service Provider is to provide all the necessary labor, equipment, and supplies required for the satisfactory completion of the work. Submittal deadline is Oct. 6.
Read more about bear awareness, the latest update from The Canyons development, and Council’s Executive Session.
RFP: On-call Professional Engineer Services
The City of Castle Pines is requesting proposals for independent contractor on-call professional engineering services for Community Development, Public Works, and other departments within the City. Proposals are due October 3, 2014, 2:00 p.m. View the RFP and submittal specifications
Summer is the season for street improvements! Check out this year’s list of projects that will help keep our roads in good shape.
Get to Know Your Community
Castle Pines is a great place to live, work, and play. Here are a few facts
about the place we call home.
"One of the greatest things an individual can do to support his or her local community is to patronize its locally owned businesses. This year, I'm issuing a challenge to our residents: once each week, buy something locally that you might otherwise buy out of town.”
Read more from Mayor Huff