Do you need to be a Castle Rock resident to be on one of the city boards (such as the art commission)?

A residency requirement exists to be a member of most Town boards and commissions. There are a few exceptions: members of the Design Review Board, Downtown Development Authority, Historic Preservation Board and the Public Art Commission are not always required to be residents, but they must meet other criteria as outlined in each group’s bylaws. All other boards and commissions require members to be residents.

Posted on Feb. 10, 2021

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1. Are some varieties of trees prohibited in Castle Rock?
2. Are there any requirements on what kind of trees developers are required to plant? Or seems like there are too many deciduous trees and not many native ponderosas which really define our town. Could
3. Do you need to be a Castle Rock resident to be on one of the city boards (such as the art commission)?
4. Can an HOA within the city of Castle Rock restrict or limit the installation of artificial turf on a homeowners residential property?
5. What's the scoop on why Castle Rock is not part of RTD?
6. Are there any additional supermarkets slated for Castle Rock?
7. How do I propose that an older ordinance get reviewed for adjustments?
8. Does Castle Rock have a paper, glass, aluminum, plastic, and tin recycling program?
9. How do I ensure that my feedback becomes part of the official record of a Town Council meeting?
10. Will you please provide the exact rules/laws for the use of personal fireworks when it is not the 4th of July?
11. Is a short term rental allowed in Castle Rock?
12. Why does the Town not enforce its illegal sign code? ...
13. When are Town Council meetings?
14. How can I receive emails about Town happenings?
15. Where can I learn about events and open houses?
16. Is it possible to opt out of door-to-door solicitation?