Planning Commission

Number of Members: Nine
Term Length: Three years
Appointment Process: Three per Commissioner District
Description: Adopts and certifies the County’s Master Plan, reviews and makes recommendations on land use applications, conducts studies on future growth and land use, and recommends zoning and subdivision regulation amendments.
Meets: Second and fourth Mondays of the month. Administrative Organization Meeting at 6:00 p.m., Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. Also one to two work sessions with the Board of County Commissioners.   The Planning Commission meets in the Philip S. Miller Building, 100 Third St., Castle Rock.
Staff contact: Caitlin Zeiler at 303.660.7460
Members Term Expires
Gary Godden
District I
January 2018
Bill Vincent
District I
January 2016
Casey Crain
District I
January 2018
Joseph Procopio
District II
January 2018
Pam Schenck Kelly
District II
January 2016
Clarence Hughes
District II
January 2017
Krystal Woodbury
District III
January 2017
David Simonson
District III
January 2016
John Stansbery
District III
January 2017
Alternates
Dustin Smith
District I
January 2017
Katia De Orbegoso
District II
January 2018
Vacant
District III
January 2017

Related Information

Comprehensive Master Plan 2035 
Douglas County’s Comprehensive Master Plan is an evolving document that establishes a common vision for what the County will look like over the next 20 to 30 years.

Planning Commission Policies and Procedures
(
Approved April 26, 2011)

Guide to Public Hearings and Meetings

Planning Commission Agenda and Minutes

Planning Commission Archived Audio


If you have questions about a particular board, committee or commission, please contact the staff person listed or you may also call the Commissioners’ Office at 303.660.7401.

Application Information

  • Application for Appointment for Citizen Advisory Boards – If you are interested in applying for one of the advisory boards, please complete this online form. It will be submitted to staff for review.
  • Boards, Commissions and Committees Code of Conduct
  • Douglas County Volunteer Connect – Volunteer Connect of Douglas County, Colorado is a community resource provided by the Partnership of Douglas County Governments. The purpose of this site is to bring organizations in need of volunteers in touch with the individuals in our community who are looking for ways to help. The Volunteer Connect website is designed as a “one-stop shop” for volunteers to search and sign up for opportunities that match their area of interest, location and schedule.