Land Management & Development

Noxious weeds a problem on your property? Sign up for Noxious Weed Symposium on March 18.

Noxious weeds are a part of the Colorado landscape, but how do you control them to protect the land they infest, preserve native plants, turf and agricultural crops? Learn more about the different types of noxious weeds, proper herbicide application techniques and the safe use of pesticides at the County’s Noxious Weed Symposium March 18,… Read On

Water supply zoning resolution amendments ready for public comment now until Nov. 23

  With a focus on clarifying the County’s water review process, reducing ambiguity during the land use review process, and encouraging use of renewable water, Douglas County invites public comment at a workshop on Monday, November 14, 4 p.m., in the Board of Douglas County Commissioner’s hearing room, 100 Third Street, Castle Rock. This workshop… Read On

Critical link in wildlife migration corridor now protected land by Douglas County

  Plateau Ranch, the 206-acre final link for a critical wildlife migration and movement corridor between the Pike National Forest to the Highlands Ranch Backcountry wilderness area, has been acquired by Douglas County for $1,957,000. Open Space Sales and Use Tax dollars were used for the purchase of the land. The property, located in the… Read On