Home Rule Documents

Charter Commission Documents



City Council Documents

An archive of City Council documents pertaining to Home Rule:

  • 18-26 A Resolution setting the title for the Home Rule ballot question to be submitted to the registered electors of the City of Castle Pines
  • 18-06 An Ordinance Initiating the Adoption of a Home Rule Charter for the City of Castle Pines, Providing for the Election of Charter Commission Members, Authorizing Participation in the 2018 Coordinated General Election, and Declaring an Emergency
  • 18-24 A Resolution Calling a Special Election to be Held as a Coordinated Election and Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement Between the Douglas County Clerk and Recorder and the City of Castle Pines Regarding the Conduct of a Coordinated Election to be held on November 6, 2018


Home Rule Charter Voter Opinion Survey Results

The City of Castle Pines hired Magellan Strategies to conduct a comprehensive, statistically valid voter opinion survey regarding the City's plans to move to a Home Rule form of government.

In June, 541 registered Castle Pines voters completed a live telephone survey or took the survey online. The survey results, including verbatim responses, and a presentation by Magellan Strategies, can be found online.

Charter Commission Documents



City Council Documents

An archive of City Council documents pertaining to Home Rule:

  • 18-26 A Resolution setting the title for the Home Rule ballot question to be submitted to the registered electors of the City of Castle Pines
  • 18-06 An Ordinance Initiating the Adoption of a Home Rule Charter for the City of Castle Pines, Providing for the Election of Charter Commission Members, Authorizing Participation in the 2018 Coordinated General Election, and Declaring an Emergency
  • 18-24 A Resolution Calling a Special Election to be Held as a Coordinated Election and Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement Between the Douglas County Clerk and Recorder and the City of Castle Pines Regarding the Conduct of a Coordinated Election to be held on November 6, 2018


Home Rule Charter Voter Opinion Survey Results

The City of Castle Pines hired Magellan Strategies to conduct a comprehensive, statistically valid voter opinion survey regarding the City's plans to move to a Home Rule form of government.

In June, 541 registered Castle Pines voters completed a live telephone survey or took the survey online. The survey results, including verbatim responses, and a presentation by Magellan Strategies, can be found online.