Incorporated on Feb. 12, 2008, Castle Pines is located approximately 20 miles south of Denver in Douglas County. The city’s vision is to “Enhance our community’s unique character by ensuring excellent infrastructure, safe neighborhoods, maximum citizen participation and conscientious development that balances open space, residential and commercial uses.”
The City of Lone Tree is a great place to live and work with significant corporate employers, major medical facilities and quality residential neighborhoods. The City is focused on regional transportation investments, including the extension of light rail transit for a more efficient multi-modal network. Within close proximity to I-25 and C/E-470, the city is at the center of significant commerce. Residents can enjoy countless shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities.
Highlands Ranch, located in the northern portion of Douglas County, easily connects residents to the Denver metro area to the north and rural character to the south. Highlands Ranch is a 22,000-acre master-planned community, consisting of a diverse mix of businesses balanced with an enhanced quality of life from its many active recreational and cultural programs.
From recreation to volunteer opportunities and leadership, the Highlands Ranch Community Association makes our community the one you’re proud to call home.
The Highlands Ranch Metro District is committed to providing quality municipal services while managing resources wisely for Highlands Ranch.
Castle Rock is the county seat of Douglas County located between Denver to the north and Colorado Springs to the south. Castle Rock is home to many government offices, support services, and unique retail shops. The Town boasts a small-town atmosphere, low crime rate, and an array of outdoor activities.
Residents and businesses value the rural lifestyle and scenic beauty of the area while fostering its landscapes, wildlife, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Larkspur features a small town, Americana lifestyle, popular with those who want proximity to a large metropolitan area, but who want the benefits of a small, rural community.
Parker’s economic development mission is to create a full-service community with a strong and sustainable economic base through the recruitment and retention of business and development that will allow residents to live, work, shop and play in Parker.
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in northwest Douglas County lies Roxborough. A quiet mountain community with spectacular scenery, offering the beauty of Colorado and the closeness of Denver. Roxborough’s 9.8 square miles offers a healthy lifestyle, green-minded community with a variety of homes side-by-side with nature.
Sterling Ranch, a little slice of Colorado heaven, lies just twenty miles south of downtown Denver. This remarkable community of new homes is positioned in an idyllic valley at the gateway to the Front Range, nestled between two state parks, three regional parks and a national forest.