Historic Preservation Board

Special Events

  1. The Historic Preservation Board has initiated a proposal to create a Historic District within the Craig & Gould neighborhood. Join us to discuss the process and requirements for creating the Historic District, give us your feedback and input. 

    A public open house is scheduled for Monday, May 8, 2017 at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 100 N. Wilcox St.
The Historic Preservation Board works to protect and preserve the history of Castle Rock through recommendations to Town Council for designation of historic structures as landmarks at the local level.  
The board reviews and approves new construction and design renovation requests within the Craig and Gould neighborhood to maintain the historic and cultural heritage of this area.

Three of the seven board members must be residents or property owners within the Craig and Gould neighborhood. Additionally, three of the seven board members are required to have an education background or experience in archaeology, architecture, history or planning.

Castle Rock Train Depot

Current vacancies

  • Four vacancies with terms expiring May 31, 2019


  • 6 p.m.
  • First Wednesday of each month
  • Town Hall
    100 N Wilcox St.
    Castle Rock, CO 80104
  • Meetings are open to the public and one or more Councilmembers may attend


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  • Ryan McDaniel, Chair
  • David Hieronymus, Vice Chair
  • Monica Crum
  • Carlos Salinas
  • Lucia McConnell
  • Shaun Martin
  • Desiree LaFleur

Town Council liaison

  • Councilmember Bower

If you are interested in seeing your property designated as a local landmark or placed on the National Register of Historic Places, look at our

 Historic Research Guide.

This Castle Rock Place Matters

Several local organizations are working together to promote awareness and interest in Castle Rock's history through a "This Castle Rock Place Matters" campaign. View the Facebook page for the effort.