City Office Address
City of Castle Pines
7501 Village Square Drive,
Castle Pines, CO 80108
Email: Jeffrey Huff
Email: Mark Shively
Email: Jaime Edwards
The city is divided into three wards, each with two City Council members.
Email: Tera Radloff
Email: Kathy DesRosiers
Email: Kim Hoffman
Email: James Einolf
Email: John Ewing
Email: Marc Towne
Community Development Director:
Email: Brad Meyering
Public Works/Parks & Open Space Program Manager:
Email: Brad Meyering
About the City of Castle Pines
Incorporated Feb. 12, 2008, Castle Pines is a city of about 10,000 located approximately 20 miles south of Denver in Douglas County, Colorado. Our 21st century city has a vision that balances the preservation of our community's history with growth that enhances the quality of life for our citizens.
The city incorporated as a statutory city under Colorado law and follows the Mayor-Council government system.
A brief history of our incorporation
October 2006: A committee is formed to explore incorporating the City of Castle Pines North as a means for local residents to protect and have greater control over their community and future.
December 2006: A petition for incorporation is filed with Douglas County District Court.
July 2007: A Douglas County district judge approves the incorporation petition.
August 2007: Election Commission comprised of Castle Pines citizen volunteers selects date for incorporation election.
Nov. 6, 2007: Castle Pines voters overwhelmingly approve the issue of incorporation by a margin of approximately 4-to-1.
Feb. 12, 2008: The City of Castle Pines North becomes a reality when the city's first mayor, treasurer, city clerk and city council are elected.
March 10, 2008: Elected city officials are officially sworn in before a crowd of citizens, then immediately get to work and conduct the city's first council meeting.
Nov. 2, 2010: Castle Pines voters approve changing the official name of The City of Castle Pines North to The City of Castle Pines.
Castle Pines Public Works associate Tim Lightfoot,
Councilperson Chris Dooley,Councilperson Ron Clark,
former Mayor Maureen Shul, Councilperson Kim Hoffman,
Director of Public Works Eric Guth and Public Works
associate Jake Parent represent the City in front of the
new Welcome to the City sign.
Population: 10,000 (estimated)
Elected officials: The City of Castle Pines is part of Colorado House District 45 and Colorado Senate District 4.
Size: The City of Castle Pines totals approximately 5,780 acres or just over 9 square miles. The 2008 incorporation of the Castle Pines included 2,437 acres which extended west and north to Daniels Park and Highlands Ranch open space, south to the unincorporated area of Castle Pines Village and originally east to Interstate 25. The 2009 annexation of the Canyons property added 3,342 acres, extending the City’s municipal boundaries east of I-25. The City’s municipal boundaries east of I-25 extend north to the Reuter-Hess Reservoir, east to Castle Park Ranches and south to Crowfoot Valley Road, Sapphire Pointe and Happy Canyon Estates.
History: At the time of incorporation, Castle Pines was Douglas County's first new city since 1995, Colorado's first new city since 2004, and Colorado's 271st municipality.
Just west of Interstate 25 at Exit 188, Castle Pines Parkway. It is about 20 miles south of Denver and about 7 miles north of Castle Rock.