Class and Community Service Options
If you have been sentenced to complete a class or community service as part of your sentencing requirements, please reference the following information.
If you have been sentenced to complete a class as part of your sentencing requirements, please reference the following information. If you do not see your assigned class listed, use the following website links for more information on the class or classes you were assigned. The original certificate must be tendered to the Court in person or by emailing Courts.
ALIVE @ 25
For drivers 25 years or younger
Register for ALIVE @ 25
Defensive Driving Denver
Developing a Defensive Driving Attitude
Accepted as a Level 1 class
Register by phone: 720-295-0223 call or text
Register for Defensive Driving Denver
Institute for Specialized Alternative Education
Level 1 Response Defensive Driving
Traffic 1 and Spanish
Level 2 Defensive Driving
Traffic 2/Responsible Driving
Toll Free: 1-888-565-1900
Register for the Institute for Specialized Alternative Education
Traffic 1 and Spanish
Traffic 2/Aggressive Driver
Traffic 3/Road Rage
Register for CIMA
South Metro Safety Foundation
Crash Avoidance Driving
Behind the wheel class for juveniles only
Register for South Metro Safety Foundation
AARP Smart Driver Course
For drivers 55 or older
Register for AARP Driver Safety: Online and Classroom Courses
If you have been Court-ordered to take either a Level One Alcohol Class or a Substance Abuse Class, below is a list of providers that offer these classes. It is your responsibility to contact one of these companies within 48 hours to schedule a class. Upon completion of the class, you are responsible to provide the original certificate to the court in person or by emailing Courts
Hosted by Defensive Driving Denver
Drug & Alcohol Awareness
Call to register: 720-295-0223
Institute for Specialized Alternative Education (ISAE)
Alcohol, Drug Class
Register for ISAE
Register for CIMA
Community service programs for court-ordered community service participants
If you are a court-ordered community service participant, the following applies.
You may perform your community service for any nonprofit organization, governmental entity or religious group. If you have a question about whether something qualifies under these guidelines, call the Municipal Court at 303-663-6133 or email the Community Service Coordinator before you begin your community service.
You may complete your community service hours at any of the local non-profit organizations listed below. There are also volunteer opportunities with the Town of Castle Rock.
You need to schedule your community service as soon as possible! Community service can be difficult to schedule - especially juvenile theft cases. If you wait until the last possible moment, you may not be able to finish it by your due date.
It is your responsibility to make sure your time sheets for your community service are filled out and filed with the Municipal Court at 100 N. Perry St.
Coordinating court-ordered community service participants
If your organization is a nonprofit organization or governmental entity and you would like assistance from court-ordered community service participants, contact us to place your business's name on our community service list.
Also, if you have an upcoming community event you need assistance with, contact us to be provided with a flyer with all the necessary information.
Community service contacts
Chamber of Commerce
420 Jerry St.
Castle Rock Fleet Services
4175 Castleton Court
Castle Rock Senior Center
2323 N. Woodlands Blvd.
Sky Cliff Center
4600 E. Highway 86
Help & Hope Center
1638 Park St.
Email Carley Booth
Castle Rock Eagles & Auxiliary #3947
1300 Caprice Drive
Edwards Foundation for Rescued Animals
12858 N. Sierra Cir
Castlewood Canyon State Park
2989 S. State Hwy 83
Praying Hands Ranch
11892 E. Hilltop Rd.
Email Praying Hands
POST Partners Program
Denver Food Rescue
Denver Food Rescue website
Just Serve website
Parker Parks and Recreation
Denver Dumb Friends League-Buddy Center
4566 Castleton Ct
Denver Dumb Friends website
1705 Outer Marker Rd.
Robins Nest website
1 blood donation will satisfy 6 hours.
Use the court-provided community service log.
You may only apply one blood donation to your UPS hours
Vitalant Blood Donation website
CPR or First Aid classes
Any certified CPR or First Aid class
Castle Rock Recreation Center offers classes
Classes are credited hour for hour
Handmade fleece no-sew blankets
1 Blanket = 2 hours.
These need to be made in a smoke-free home.
Bring your completed blankets to Castle Rock Municipal Court between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for approval. They will then be donated to various non-profit organizations. Follow the instructions on the YouTube links below that indicate the size requirements.
- 1 ½ yards of fleece material – with or without print
- Scissors or rotary cutter
- Ruler and / or yardstick