I’ve heard Pit Bulls will no longer be banned. Is that true?
The short answer is we don’t know yet. The Town’s Code currently prohibits Pit Bulls, but that ordinance is under review. As a home rule municipality, the Town of Castle Rock has its own set of local laws and codes. From time to time, those local laws need to be reviewed. Right now, the Town is reviewing codes related to animals. It’s been more than 30 years since this section of Town Code has undergone an extensive and comprehensive review.



Town staff has already gathered initial resident feedback. Next, staff will use that feedback to propose changes to Town Council, which is anticipated in June. There will be an opportunity at Council meetings for residents to provide additional feedback. You can sign up for updates at CRgov.com/animals.
Learn about the animal code review.

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1. What will it take to implement the voter-approved changes to Castle Rock’s Town Council structure?
2. Is there an effort to change how Castle Rock’s mayor is elected?
3. Is the Town being sued about its solicitation ordinance?
4. Is it true that there are plans to move the railroad tracks in 2020?
5. How is the Town planning to increase parking in the downtown area, to support the new businesses and planned residences, in addition to losing existing parking spaces?
6. I’ve heard Pit Bulls will no longer be banned. Is that true?
7. When are Town Council meetings?
8. How can I receive emails about Town happenings?
9. Where can I learn about events and open houses?
10. Is it possible to opt out of door-to-door solicitation?