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Town Council on Dec. 18, 2018, approved a 180-day suspension on the establishment of new businesses related to kratom sales. (The action does not impact the sale, consumption nor possession of kratom.) Learn more on our webpage about the topic.
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however appears to have been forgotten. There are weeds everywhere, concrete crumbling, trees half dead, and just generally dilapidated in appearance. I've heard it is getting renovated and improved but can't find any official info on the subject. Can you let us know what to expect and when? Thank you!
The Town is currently working to clean up weeds and trees under Wolfensberger Bridge, between Prairie Hawk and Park St., on a routine schedule. At this time, there are no plans to renovate the area. Business owners are responsible for the area in front of their businesses, which is enforced by the Town’s Zoning department. Entrances to The Meadows are maintained by their HOA.
Yes, the Town has acquired the gas station. Demolition, remediation and cleanup of the site will begin in the coming months. Following those actions, the Town plans to seek the Colorado Department of Transportation’s participation in interchange improvements sometime in the future.
The street, (Auburn Drive) is a disaster and I've been in numerous close call accidents and close to hitting pedestrians. There are broken down cars which never move, people parking half way in the lane, snow plow issues, etc. What is the process to make that a no parking street. The apartment is overflowing with vehicles and they need to go.
The Reserve at Castle Highlands oversees parking for their residents; the site manager enforces the parking rules set for the complex. Last year, during neighborhood meetings regarding on-street parking, staff looked at the required number of parking spaces for the apartment. We determined there were more parking spaces than required. The site manager and Castle Rock Police communicate on a regular basis about parking in this area.
Last year, discussions were held with the neighborhood on this topic. As a result, street parking was eliminated, and a bike lane added, on the west side of Auburn Drive. On the east side, street parking was eliminated in most of the road curves, near intersections and at the school bus stop.
Weekend home builder signs (Richmond, KB, DRHorton, Kaufman, etc.) I have previously raised this concern to Town Council, Town Manager, Planning/Zoning and was told that the Town does not have money in the budget to enforce. I don't believe this excuse when I see the Town "blow" $1.4M on an unnecessary round about.
Town staff enforcement illegal signs during normal business hours. This topic was discussed by Town Council, and it was determined that timeframe was the best use of resources. Town staff typically will do a sweep Friday afternoon and Monday morning to stay on top of illegal signs.
The No Knock List allows residents to opt out of door-to-door solicitation and sales. Any issues with a solicitor not following the guidelines of the Town No Knock ordinance may be reported to the Castle Rock Police non-emergency line at 303-663-6100. If possible, contact the police while the solicitor is still in your neighborhood. Please note, civic, religious, charitable or political causes are not required to register with the Town or held accountable to the No Knock ordinance requirements. Learn more at crgov.com/NoKnock.
Flags in need of retirement can be brought to Douglas County’s Office of Veterans Affairs, which is in the basement of the County building at 301 Wilcox St.
No, Castle Rock does not have a sister city.