Council Recognition

Council happenings


Photos of Council presentations, awards and special recognitions made during Town Council meetings:

Nov. 5, 2019

Cornstone Tribute Proclamation presented to Gerald "Jerry" F. Potter by Mayor Gray
2019 Your Town Academy Graduates
 

During the Town Council meeting on Nov. 5, Mayor Gray presented the Cornerstone Tribute award to Gerald “Jerry” F. Potter. Jerry was a member of the Chamber of Commerce for 11 years from 1964-1975 and received the Outstanding Community Achievement Award. Jerry also served as Fire Chief of the Castle Rock Volunteer Fire Department for 22 years from 1964-1986, with countless hours spent protecting life and property, and educating children on fire prevention. A long list of his contributions to the community included donating his time to numerous community events such as the Starlighting Ceremony, his involvement in establishing Centennial Park, and fostering many young boys along with his wife in their home.  

Town Council also recognized the 2019 graduating class of the Your Town Academy program. Each year, a class of about 30 residents and business owners complete an eight-week program aimed at increasing government transparency and community awareness about Town operations.

Oct. 1, 2019

2019 Design Awards - Craig and Gould 21 S. Lewis
2019 Design Awards - Wild Blue Yonder
2019 Design Awards - Personal Warehouse
2019 Design Awards - Wolfensberger Pedestrian Bridge
2019 Design Awards - Taft House
2019 Design Awards - Fire Station 152
2019 Design Awards - Adamo Homes
 
 

Seven projects whose outstanding design and construction meets the Town’s Vision 2030 Comprehensive Master Plan were recognized at the Oct. 1 Town Council meeting via the Town’s Design Awards program: Craig and Gould – Home at 21 South Lewis St.; Downtown Project – Wild Blue Yonder, 519 Wilcox St.; Large Commercial – Personal warehouse, 2278 Manatt Court; Mobility/Pedestrian Enhancement – Wolfensberger pedestrian bridge; Neighborhood Project/Enhancement – Taft House at 3570 Celestial Ave. in The Meadows; Public Facility – Fire Station No. 152 in Crystal Valley Ranch; Residential Design – Adamo Homes development, 4307 North Meadows Drive. Congratulations!

Aug. 20, 2019

Human Rights Proclamation presented by Mayor Pro Tem Bower
 
 
At the Aug. 20, 2019, Town Council meeting, Mayor Pro Tem Bower read the Human Rights Proclamation recognizing the Town of Castle Rock as a place where all people have the right to life, liberty and security of person, regardless of age, ancestry, color, creed, economic status, gender, health, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation. In Castle Rock, we embrace and celebrate our differences and uniqueness, and the Mayor and Town Council urge all within the community to honor and uphold the concept of human rights. 

June 18, 2019

Certificates of Appreciation to volunteers who collaborated to benefit senior in Castle Rock, with 4
Certificates of Appreciation to volunteers, boy scouts for making 2019 Clean Up Event a huge success
20190618_182552Castle Rock Water Department presented with awarded the Gold Tier in the Pursuing Exc

Town Council and staff made a special presentation to the Oakland OK's 4H club, local home improvement stores and several volunteers for making a difference in the life of a senior Castle Rock resident by making much needed improvements to her yard and walkway. Some volunteers even made personal contributions toward the project to ensure completion. Council also recognized several local businesses and organizations, and Boy Scout Troop 261 for helping make the 2019 Neighborhood Clean Up Day a huge success.

​Castle Rock Water was awarded the Gold Tier in the Pursuing Excellence Program, for the third year in a row. The award is presented by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to recognize systems that go above and beyond regulatory compliance.

May 21, 2019

Bob Goebel proclamation with Mayor Gray
Public Works Week Proclamation with Bob Goebel and Councilmember Johnson
Duck Derby Month proclamation with Rotary Club and Mayor Gray
At the May 21, 2019 Town Council meeting, Council presented a proclamation recognizing Bob Goebel, Director of Public Works, for his years of service to the Town ahead of his retirement in June. Council also presented a proclamation declaring the week of May 18-25, 2019 as National Public Works Week, and proclaimed the month of June 2019 as Ducky Derby Month.

April 2, 2019

Bomb Cyclone 2019 Proclamation with Public Works Director Bob Goebel and Mayor Jason Gray
Proclamation Water Challenge photo with Castle Rock Water Director Mark Marlowe and Mayor Jason Gray
Proclamation Arbor Day 2019 with Parks and Recreation Director Jeff Brauer and Mayor Jason Gray

Town Council presented several proclamations at the Council meeting on April 2, 2019, including one recognizing Town staff for its efforts during the 2019 Bomb Cyclone Blizzard. Mayor Jason Gray also kicked off the Mayor’s Conservation Challenge by proclaiming April as Water Conservation Month. Additionally, Town Council proclaimed April 19, 2019, as Arbor Day.

Feb. 5, 2019

APWA Award presented to Director of Public Works Bob Goebel
 
 

At the Town Council meeting on Feb. 5, 2019, Dave Bennetts of the American Public Works Association presented two awards to the Town: the Public Outreach award, recognizing the Public Works Department for the 2018 Transportation Infrastructure Report Card, and the Sustainability Award, recognizing Castle Rock Water for the successful completion of the WISE project.

Dec. 4, 2018

Mayor Green and Mayor Pro Tem Valentine with proclamation
Mayor Gray swearing in with Judge Gresch
2018-2020 Town Council candid photo at dias

The Town Council Meeting on Dec. 4, 2018, marked the adjournment of the 2016-18 Council and recognized outgoing members Mayor Jennifer Green, Mayor Pro Tem Renee Valentine and Councilmember Brett Ford. Each outgoing member was given a proclamation of commendation to recognize their dedication and contributions to the community.

Three newly-elected members were sworn in and joined Town Council: Jason Gray as Mayor, Kevin Bracken as Councilmember to represent District 3, and Caryn Johnson as Councilmember to represent District 5. Town Council also appointed District 4 Councilman Jason Bower as the Mayor Pro Tem.

​Welcome and congratulations, Mayor and Councilmembers!