City of Castle Pines – Incorporated Feb. 12, 2008, Castle Pines is located just 20 miles south of Denver in Douglas County and is home to about 10,500 people. The 21st-century city has a vision that balances the preservation of the community’s history with growth that enhances the quality of life for its citizens.
City of Lone Tree – The City of Lone Tree was incorporated in November 1995 and became a Colorado Home Rule City on May 5, 1998. It is governed by Council-Manager form of government where the Council sets the City policy and the Manager is responsible for City operations and has an estimated population of approximately 11,385 residents.
Douglas County School District – The Douglas County School District is Colorado’s third-largest school district, serving more than 68,000 students in preschool through twelfth-grade.
Douglas County School District teachers and staff are leaders of public education in Colorado, with many innovative educational approaches tailored to our students. Support and coordination can be found at the District level, but each school has the flexibility to build its own instructional programs. Parents can find many different choices through the District such as open enrollment, charter schools, instruction for gifted and talented students, magnet schools, an International Baccalaureate program, Advanced Placement courses, and other special programs.
Highlands Ranch Metro District– The Highlands Ranch Metro District is the local government serving the unincorporated community of Highlands Ranch, CO. Founded in 1981, this 22,000-acre master-planned community located in northern Douglas County, has a population of 92,000. An elected board of seven directors serves the community and is responsible for the organization’s budget. Board meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month (with rare exceptions due to holiday schedules) at the District Office Building, 62 Plaza Drive. The public is encouraged to attend.
Partnership of Douglas County Governments – The Partnership represents 296,000 Douglas County citizens in the unincorporated and incorporated areas of the county. Almost 90% of the population lives in urban designated areas of the County. In one-on-one conversations, service transactions, and community meetings, Partnership members are face-to-face, listening and responding to constituent needs every single day. We know our communities and their priorities and we are willing to share what we know in the interest of working with one another as a team, acting in the public interest and focused on the greater good of Douglas County, Colorado.
Town of Castle Rock – Castle Rock, the County seat, is a historic mining and ranching area that incorporated in 1881. Today, the Town’s council-manager form of government serves approximately 53,466 residents.
Town of Parker – The Town of Parker was incorporated in 1981. The newly incorporated area encompassed approximately one square mile and included 285 residents. In the first decade of the Town’s history, the Town increased from one square mile to 13 square miles. Since incorporation, the population has increased from 285 to more than 47,000 today.
Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) – TCHD serves over 1.5 million people in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, and offers over 60 programs/services ranging from birth certificates, immunizations and health care referrals to restaurant inspections and infectious disease investigations, from 11 offices in this 3,000 square mile area. The agency’s jurisdiction includes 26 municipalities and 3 unincorporated counties, 15 school districts with more than 360 public schools, 12 acute care hospitals, 3 Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers with multiple facilities, 3 community mental health service providers and one Regional Collaborative Care Organization (Colorado Access).