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?
The Town knows parking, especially Downtown, is a priority for residents and business owners. The Town recently hired a consultant to conduct a Downtown Parking Study to evaluate current and future needs, as well as to get recommendations for increasing parking. Town staff is reviewing suggested implementation items that resulted from the study. One of those is establishing off-street parking requirements for new residential and commercial development in the Downtown area. In addition, Town Council has also supported new striping along Wilcox and Perry streets, which will add some on-street parking. Finally, once the new roundabout at Third and Perry streets is constructed, we will see additional parking gains near that intersection. Learn more about the parking study at CRgov.com/ParkingStudy. Learn about the roundabout at CRgov.com/PerryRoundabout. Learn about the Parking Study.

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1. What will it take to implement the voter-approved changes to Castle Rock’s Town Council structure?
2. Is there an effort to change how Castle Rock’s mayor is elected?
3. Is the Town being sued about its solicitation ordinance?
4. Is it true that there are plans to move the railroad tracks in 2020?
5. 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?
6. I’ve heard Pit Bulls will no longer be banned. Is that true?
7. When are Town Council meetings?
8. How can I receive emails about Town happenings?
9. Where can I learn about events and open houses?
10. Is it possible to opt out of door-to-door solicitation?