Castle Pines North “Master” Association Archived Newsletters

http://www.castlepinesconnection.com/pages/newspaper/newspaper

Please scroll to the bottom of the page to view 2005 through 2008 newsletters.

CPN MASTER HOSTS BEAR AWARE PRESENTATION – October 16th at 6:30 p.m.

Please join us on Wednesday, October 16th, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., in the Castle Pines North Metro District Community Room (7404 Yorkshire Drive, Castle Pines), for a presentation by District Wildlife Manager, Justin Olson and other staff of Colorado Parks and Wildlife.  They will discuss living with wildlife in Castle Pines, particularly the bears and other predators.  Also addressed will be wildlife behavior and how we can avoid conflicts between humans, pets and our local wildlife.  A brief survey to research community perspectives regarding human-bear conflicts in your neighborhood will be conducted, with the data assisting in the development of a new strategic education plan to help minimize Front Range bear conflicts.  We encourage adults and children alike to attend this educational and very interesting event. 

Sincerely,

CPN “Master” Board of Directors 

South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Line Newsletter – Summer 2019

South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Line Newsletter – Summer 2019

2019 – Garage Sales

2019 Concert in the Park Series

The Castle Pines North “Master” Association

The Castle Pines North “Master” Association was formed in 1999 and consists of 23 Delegate Districts, which encompass 37 neighborhoods listed below, totaling 3,299 Members:

Royal Hill, KnightsBridge, Noble Ridge East, Kings Crossing, KnightsBridge II, Noble Ridge West, Canterbury Park, Forest Park, Castle Pointe, BristleCone Single, BristleCone Patio, StoneCroft, BriarCliff, GreenBriar, BrambleRidge, WinterBerry, Claremont Estates, Huntington Ridge, Glen Oaks, The Hamlet, The Retreat, The Crossings, Villa Carriage, Lifestyle, Estates at Buffalo Ridge, Tapestry Hills, Daniels Ridge, Whisper Canyon, Esperanza, Coyote Crossing, Tapadero, Serena, Jasper Pointe, Turquoise Terrace, Ventana, Amber Ridge, Vaquero, and Hidden Pointe.

Dues are $40.00 and collected annually from each household.

Your $40.00 Annual HOA dues fund the following events in your community:

  • Four – “Summer Concerts in the Park.”
  • Two – Community Wide Garage Sales, (May and September).
  • Book and DVD Swap every other year.
  • Contribute funding for the Castle Pines Chamber events, including: Food Truck Frenzy, Party in the Park and the Run Wild Event.
  • New FREE OF CHARGE 2019 Electronic Recycle Event to take place in June. (more info to follow).
  • Provides a Master Website, cpnhoa.org for fact finding information for Realtors, Members and prospective residents.

For a better understanding of our current financial statements, click here and to view the

 2019 Budget Click here

In the past, the “Master” association donated $50,000 to our new library and is planning on donating $75,000 to entrance monuments to the City. 

The Castle Pines North “Master” Association does not own any property.  Therefore, it does not manage any snow removal, landscaping, public roads, private streets, driveways, sidewalks, trails, open spaces, clubhouses or swimming pools.  For more information regarding responsibility of these specific items please click here.

Other services regarding our community can be found by clicking here.

*If you are new to Castle Pines, this link should help you understand the variety of organizations, entities and government agencies that are in your area.  Click here.

 

Romar News – 2019 Recycle Calendar

2019 Recycle Calendar

Week B in Blue is the pickup for Recycle

South Metro Fire Rescue Newsletter – Winter 2019

South Metro Fire Rescue Newsletter – Winter 2019

2019 Castle Pines North “Master” Garage Sale Dates

Castle Pines North “Master” Association – 2019 Garage Sale Dates

May 17th and 18th 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

September 13th and 14th 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Castle Pointe News

To see the Newsletters for Castle Pointe Association, please click on the following links:  

2018 January Newsletter

2018 April Newsletter

2018 June Newsletter

2018 September Newsletter