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You are cordially invited to a neighborhood meeting regarding a proposed Planned Development (PD) Major Amendment Application for Dawson Trails. Dawson Trails is located north and south of Territorial Road, west of the west frontage road. Previous meetings on this project were held on April 13, 2021, May 24, 2021, October 12, 2021, and February 7, 2022. On August 16, 2021, the first formal submittal for the PD Major Amendment request was proposed to the Town of Castle Rock, a second submittal followed on December 6, 2021, a third submittal was made on April 13, 2022, and a fourth submittal on May 27, 2022. Please note that this meeting will be a “hybrid” meeting – meaning that it may be attended either in-person at the Town of Castle Rock Town Council Chambers, or virtually via Webex. Both in-person and virtual options will occur simultaneously on:
Monday, June 27, 2022 6:00 pm Mountain Time In-Person and Via Webex
The purpose of this neighborhood meeting is to share the current and anticipated to be final version of the proposed PD Amendment. If you are unable to attend the neighborhood meeting, either in-person or digitally, but would like to submit written comments or questions, you may do so, at any time, by sending them to the contacts listed below. If you have questions that you would like to have addressed at this upcoming neighborhood meeting, and would like to submit them in advance, you may forward them to the applicant or Town staff. If received by 5:00 pm on June 24th, the applicant will address them during the meeting.
The proposed PD amendment applies to virtually all of the existing Dawson Ridge PD and portions of the Westfield Trade Center PD approved in 1986 and 1989 respectively. Since the time of approval, these properties have remained mostly undeveloped with only some roadway and utility infrastructure constructed. As outlined in previous meetings, the proposed PD Amendment consists of approximately 2,063.7 acres with a significant portion of the property to be dedicated as either open space or as public land for future schools, fire station and regional parks. A maximum of 5,850 residential units and 3.2 million square feet of non-residential space are proposed. Residential units will vary by type, based on Planning Areas. Non-residential uses are anticipated to include retail, restaurant and service commercial, office space, light industrial, and flex space (office/light industrial combination). Up to three potential school sites, two regional parks, and several neighborhood parks are currently proposed, along with a trail system and approximately 750 acres of total open space, some of which will be further identified with future development applications.
The proposal divides the property into three different character areas (West, Central, East) and thirteen Planning Areas. Each Character Area identifies general characteristics of larger areas while each Planning Area outlines allowed uses and specific development standards for a more defined area. Planning Area A, the westernmost district, will consist of clustered lower density residential uses while Planning Areas F-1, F-2, F-3, G-1, and G-2, along I-25, are proposed to allow a range of uses. Architectural and Signage Standards have also been included.
Further details of the submittal can be found within the current submittal documents on the Town’s website at: www.crgov.com/DevelopmentActivityMap under the project number PDP-21-0001.
Summary of Changes Since the Previous Meeting
General Meeting Information
At 6:00 pm, a presentation will be made by the team highlighting the proposal and the changes since the previous neighborhood meeting. This will be followed by an opportunity for questions and answers from both in-person and virtual audiences. All participants who wish to speak will be given an opportunity to do so, or questions may be submitted via the Q & A function of Webex. All questions will be answered, and the meeting will be recorded.
Attending the In-Person Meeting Component – June 27, 6:00 pm
The in-person component meeting will be held at:
Castle Rock Town Hall Council Chambers 100 North Wilcox StreetCastle Rock, CO 80104
Attending the Virtual Meeting Component – June 27, 6:00 pm
Using the Webex platform, the virtual component of the meeting can be accessed:
Webex Link: http://bitly.ws/s7kjEvent Number: 2483 401 3407 Event Password: June27Dawson Phone: 1-408-418-9388
Information Specific to Virtual Attendees
Contact Information for Comments or Questions Prior to or After the Meeting
Applicant / Owner’s RepresentativeNorris Design1101 Bannock StreetDenver, CO 80204303-892-1166Contact: Jeremy LottJLott@norris-design.com
Town of Castle RockDevelopment Services100 N. Wilcox StreetCastle Rock, CO 80104720-733-3556Contact: Sandy Vosslersvossler@CRgov.com
The Town will continue to accept feedback at any time during the review process. As a reminder, this is the final neighborhood meeting but there will still be public hearings before the Planning Commission and Town Council.
We appreciate your interest in the proposed Dawson Trails Planned Development Plan Amendment and look forward to your comments regarding the project.
Norris DesignMitch Black Principal
*We recognize that the following pages are small and may be difficult to read. These can also be found within the current submittal documents on the Town’s website at: www.crgov.com/DevelopmentActivityMap under the project number PDP-21-0001. Access of the digital documents provides opportunity to zoom into smaller text. For issues with using the digital documents, please contact Jeremy Lott, listed above.
Posted to website: June 9, 2022