Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program

Neighborhood Meeting for Skyview

  1. Join us at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Pinnacle Clubhouse, 2160 Fox Haven Drive, to learn about the traffic calming process taking place in the Skyview neighborhood of Crystal Valley. 

    The neighborhood has expressed interest in changing the current traffic calming circles on Bittern Street and Loon Circle into another device. At this meeting, you can expect an overview of the neighborhood request, along with the Town’s recommended changes. The second half of the meeting will involve resident feedback and a working group to get the process going. 

Improving quality of life

In response to concerns about vehicle speeds and volumes on residential streets, the Town of Castle Rock has developed a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program. 


The program's mission is to provide a consistent, feasible and manageable procedure for addressing neighborhood traffic concerns on residential streets where documented speeding problems or other traffic factors exist that may adversely affect the overall residential quality of life. 


The objectives of the Traffic Calming Program are to: 

  • Provide for a “neighborhood-driven” process to address concerns about traffic volumes and speeds on residential streets.
  • Improve neighborhood livability by reducing the impact of vehicular traffic on residential streets.
  • Encourage appropriate driver behavior and reduce the number of vehicles exceeding the posted speed limit on neighborhood streets


Town Council adopted the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program in 2007. The policy was updated on October 20, 2015. 

Current Projects

View the current traffic calming projects:

More information

For more information, call 720-733-2483, or read the program brochure.