Is the Town being sued about its solicitation ordinance?
Aptive Environmental LLC, a national pest control services company, has filed suit against the Town of Castle Rock in the U.S. District Court for Colorado. In the litigation Aptive challenges the constitutionality of the Town’s 7 p.m. curfew on the ability of commercial door-to-door solicitors to contact residents. This curfew has been in effect since 2008. Aptive seeks a judicial order prohibiting the Town from enforcing this curfew on solicitors. The Town Attorney’s office is preparing a response to the litigation.

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1. New Mayor - volunteer or paid by a corporation or special interest group? (Charter B on special election states the mayor cannot be paid by Castle Rock)?
2. Why does the Town not enforce it's illegal sign code? ...
3. What will it take to implement the voter-approved changes to Castle Rock’s Town Council structure?
4. Is there an effort to change how Castle Rock’s mayor is elected?
5. Is the Town being sued about its solicitation ordinance?
6. Is it true that there are plans to move the railroad tracks in 2020?
7. 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?
8. I’ve heard Pit Bulls will no longer be banned. Is that true?
9. When are Town Council meetings?
10. How can I receive emails about Town happenings?
11. Where can I learn about events and open houses?
12. Is it possible to opt out of door-to-door solicitation?
13. Does the Town have a policy for managing prairie dogs? Are developers required to submit a permit before moving forward?
14. How do I retire a damaged American flag?
15. Will there be a firework show off the Rock Saturday, Aug. 4?
16. Does Castle Rock have a sister city?