Designated Truck Route Program
About the program
As Castle Rock grows, we realize the need to establish a comprehensive truck route program throughout the community. Through an ordinance approved by Town Council, the Town has created its first truck route program to help reduce cut-through freight traffic in residential areas. The program identifies and marks designated routes for commercial drivers to follow when in our community and establishes a fine structure and exclusions. Trucks with destinations away from the routes will be able to deviate from the approved routes to complete deliveries.
We are dedicated to collaborating with truck drivers, businesses and the public to establish this program that will be enforced by the Castle Rock Police Department.
Additionally, The Town’s truck route program will help extend the life of Town roads. The truck routes will ensure that commercial freight traffic will stay on roadways that can best accommodate its weight.
Although the comprehensive truck route program begins this October, the routes will not be official until signage is installed along the roadside. The project team anticipates all signs to be installed by the end of 2022. After signage has been posted, commercial freight traffic will need to traverse along the Town’s designated truck routes to make their deliveries.
Designated truck route
View the PDF version of the Town’s designated truck route (PDF).
View the haul route authorization form (PDF) for contractors. The authorization form includes haul route requirements that approved contractors must follow, along with the Town's enforcement measures.
Castle Rock delivers!
- Safety: Improve the safety of truck travel through and within the Town
- Efficiency: Improve the efficiency of freight movement to, from and within the Town
- Sustainability: Foster the sustainable and responsible movement of goods
- Partnerships and Knowledge: Expand partnerships within the public and private sectors to increase awareness and understanding of freight activity