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Douglas County Government offices on a two-hour delayed start March 15

County plows continue to work around-the-clock

Posted on March 15, 2024 2024News and EventsPublic Safety

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Due to ongoing severe winter weather and heavy snow, all Douglas County government offices will be on a two-hour delayed start Friday, March 15. Many County services remain available 24/7 online.

A powerful winter storm came into Douglas County overnight Wednesday, and snow crews continue to work both main roads and residential streets. For those who live or work in unincorporated areas of the County (areas not in a town or city) the following is a brief summary of the County’s roadway snow removal plan.

Residents in planned communities within unincorporated Douglas County, including Highlands Ranch and Stonegate, are responsible for removing snow and ice from their driveways and the sidewalks in front of their home within 24 hours of the completion of any storm. This is not only a requirement but is a safety consideration for pedestrians — for example, those walking with pets and children walking to and from bus stops and neighborhood schools.

Please keep in mind two additional and important considerations:

If you have concerns or a complaint about snow or ice removal in unincorporated areas of Douglas County, please fill out this form and a member of staff will be in contact with you.

For information on snow and ice removal responsibilities on state highways within Douglas County, visit the Colorado Department of Transportation website. For snow and ice removal practices by the incorporated cities and towns in the County, please click the appropriate link for Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Lone Tree or Parker.

In Highlands Ranch, Douglas County is responsible for plowing roads and neighborhoods, while the Highlands Ranch Metro District is responsible for trails, community parking lots and more

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