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Your Town Council meets Tuesday, Jan. 8. View the full agenda online.

Colorado State Sen. Jim Smallwood will be introducing himself to Town Council Tuesday. Following the introduction, the Senator will be providing information on the upcoming Legislative Session. Additionally, Town Council will be recognizing and presenting a proclamation to Deputy Town Manager Fritz Sprague. Sprague will be leaving the Town after more than 19 years of service to assume the position of City Administrator for the City of Lafayette.
Here are a few other things on Tuesday's agenda:
  • Resolution for a Site Development Plan in south Meadows – Town Council will consider a proposal to construct a neighborhood of 58 paired homes, 116 single-family units, on a 27-acre site just west of the Park Preserve development on Wolfensberger Road near Coachline Road/Plum Creek Parkway. The homes, which would include garages, would share driveways. The architectural design would incorporate Colorado ranch and modern prairie elements, consistent with other homes in The Meadows. Additionally, proposed amenities include two neighborhood parks and direct trail access to the Philip S. Miller/Ridgeline Open Space trail system.

  • Resolution to approve a service agreement for the Craig and Gould North Infrastructure Improvement Project – The Public Works Department and Castle Rock Water will be asking Town Council to approve a service agreement with AECOM Technical Services Inc. for infrastructure improvements in the Craig and Gould North neighborhood. 

    The scope of work generally includes engineering design, surveying, permitting and geotechnical services for upgrading the streets, alleys, storm drains, and water and sanitary sewer infrastructure in the neighborhood to meet current design criteria standards.

    If approved, design completion is scheduled for winter 2019/2020. Construction of the project is currently scheduled to start in early 2020.

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Town Council generally meets twice a month to make decisions that impact the community. Whether it’s a road project, construction contract or budget amendment, Town Council is working to represent you. Stay connected to Council’s decisions with this email update.
Wondering what happens next? Keep an eye on your inbox. A follow-up email will be sent detailing the outcome of this meeting. Council meetings are open to the public and are generally held the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Meetings begin at 6 p.m. in Town Hall Council Chambers, 100 N. Wilcox St. Or, watch Council live at Recordings are also posted online after the meeting.

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