Oct. 15 Council Preview

A proposed new neighborhood in the Crystal Valley community tops Town Council’s Oct. 15 agenda

A Site Development Plan for a proposed new neighborhood in the Crystal Valley community, a construction contract to drill two new water wells in The Meadows and a discussion regarding the Interstate 25 Planning and Environmental Linkages Study are all topics on Town Council’s Oct. 15 meeting agenda. View the full agenda online.

Here is a more in-depth look at Tuesday’s meeting agenda:

  • Resolution approving a new Crystal Valley Site Development Plan – Town Council will be asked to approve a resolution for the Site Development Plan of a new Crystal Valley neighborhood. The proposed neighborhood would be located at the corner of Crystal Valley Parkway and West Loop Road. The plan includes an age-targeted neighborhood of 90 single-family detached homes on approximately 25 acres. Approximately 3 acres would be designated as private open space. 

    Crystal Valley is a master planned subdivision zoned for approximately 3,475 dwelling units. To date, approximately 1,325 single-family residential lots have been completed.

  • Resolution approving a construction contract for two new water wells in The Meadows – Town Council will be asked to approve a resolution for a construction agreement with Hydro Resources – Rocky Mountain Inc. The firm is being contracted for $3.5 million to construct two wells in The Meadows – which includes drilling, completion, testing and pump equipment installation. Once complete, the wells will supply raw, untreated water to the Meadows Water Treatment Plant. The wells will help Castle Rock Water manage water supply during the demanding summer months of irrigation season.

  • Discussion/direction for I-25 Planning and Environmental Linkages Study – The I-25 Colorado Springs Denver South Connection Planning and Environmental Linkages Study was conducted by the Colorado Department of Transportation. The study identifies possible solutions for the challenges affecting safety, travel time reliability and mobility along I-25.

Stay tuned

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. 

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 are in Town Hall Council Chambers, 100 N. Wilcox St. Or, watch Council live at CRgov.com/WatchCouncil. Recordings are also posted online after the meeting.

Questions? Email Council.

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