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Notice is hereby given that Dawson Trails I, LLC, and Dawson Trails II, LLC, on behalf of owners of record (collectively “Owners”), has made application for, and is requesting approval of the Dawson Trails Planned Development, a Major Planned Development Amendment to the Dawson Ridge Planned Development and a portion of the Westfield Trade Center Planned Development. The property is located west of Interstate 25, north and south of Territorial Road within the boundaries of the Town of Castle Rock. Additionally, the Owners have requested vested property rights under the provisions of Chapter 17.08 of the Castle Rock Municipal Code and Article 68 of Title 24, Colorado Revised Statutes and such conditions of vesting are established in the Dawson Trails Development Agreement.
Land Use Proposal
The proposed Dawson Trails Planned Development (PD) is approximately 2,063 acres. The PD Zoning would allow a maximum of 5,850 dwelling units to include single-family attached and detached units, townhomes, condominiums, and apartments. A maximum of 3,200,000 square feet of commercial, office, retail, restaurant, and industrial uses would be allowed. The development plan contains three character areas that contain diminishing densities and intensity of uses moving from the east to the west. Open space and public land dedication equals about 976 acres, or 47% of the total PD. School sites are included in the public land dedication, as is property for a future fire station, park and ride, water treatment and other public facilities. Trail amenities are planned throughout the development and sites for regional park facilities are set aside.
Development Agreement - Vested Property Rights
The proposed Dawson Trails Planned Development Plan (PD Plan) for the site constitutes a “site specific development plan” as defined in the Colorado Vested Rights Statute, C.R.S. §§24-68-101, et seq., and Chapter 17.08 of the Town of Castle Rock Municipal Code, and proposes to establish vested property rights extending for thirty years, with the option of, upon Town Council approval, a single ten-year extension, to undertake and complete the development and use of the property in accordance with the approved PD Plan.
Planning Commission Public Hearing – Aug. 11, 2022
Planning Commission will hold an in-person public hearing on said application on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2022 at 6 pm (time is approximate), at the Town of Castle Rock Town Hall, Town Council Chambers – 2nd Floor, 100 N. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104. Public comment will be taken during the public hearing. All interested persons are invited to attend.
As an alternative to attending the in-person Planning Commission public hearing, you may attend and participate virtually. Please use any of the following options below to join virtually.
Town Council Public Hearing, 1st Reading – Aug. 16, 2022
Town Council will hold an in-person public hearing on said application on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022 at 6 pm (time is approximate), at the Town of Castle Rock Town Hall, Town Council Chambers – 2nd Floor, 100 N. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104. Public comment will be taken during the hearing. All interested persons are invited to attend.
As an alternative to attending the in-person Town Council public hearing, you may attend and participate virtually. Please use any of the following options below to join virtually.
You may also view the application documents online at: www.CRGov.com/DevelopmentActivityMap by searching “Dawson Trails”.
In addition, copies of the application materials are also available for inspection at the Castle Rock Development Services Department, located in Town Hall at 100 N. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, Colorado, 80104 during regular business hours.
Mitch Black, PrincipalNorris Design303email@example.com
Sandy Vossler, Senior PlannerTown of Castle Rock, Development Services720-733-3556svossler@CRgov.com
Posted to Website: July 27, 2022