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Learn what’s ahead for the Douglas County Fairgrounds

Join the conversation at a Live Town Hall at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 16

Posted on May 3, 2024 2024Fair and RodeoNews and Events


What does the future hold for your Douglas County Fairgrounds? If you attend events at the fairgrounds, participate in 4-H, or play sports at the fairgrounds fields, you won’t want to miss an upcoming Live Town Hall at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 16.

The Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock is home to your annual Fair & Rodeo and hundreds of other events. Demand for the event space has exceeded capacity, so now Douglas County, the Douglas County Fair Board and the Douglas County Fair Foundation are planning for future renovations.

Whether participating in the room, on the phone or online, this is your opportunity to see a draft of the master plan, hear from the planners and provide input. Learn about the planning process and proposed reallocation of space currently occupied by fields.

How to Join the Live Town Hall

Stay connected to this planning process by signing up for emails, choose “Douglas County Fair and Rodeo.”

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