The Castlewood Ranch Board is comprised of five (5) homeowners that own homes in the community.
Several years ago, a community election was held to determine support for the construction of a community swimming pool. The majority of residents voted against constructing a pool for several reasons. Construction and maintenance costs would require a substantial dues increase (more than double the monthly dues) as well as an assessment that owners would have to pay to cover the full cost of the land and pool’s construction.
No boat, camper (on or off supporting vehicles), trailer, tractor, truck (ether than a 3/4-ton or smaller pick-up truck not used for commercial purposes), towed trailer unit, motorcycle, snowmobiles, disabled, junk, or abandoned vehicles, motor home, mobile home, camper, recreational vehicle, or any other vehicle, the primary purpose of which is recreational, sporting, or commercial use, shall be parked or stored in, on, or about any Site or street within the Community Area, except within the attached garages or unless such vehicles are concealed from view in a location which is first approved by the Design Review Committee. Any vehicle which has external lettering or signage that gives the appearance of being a vehicle used in connection with a commercial enterprise or business shall be deemed to be a vehicle the primary purpose of which is commercial use.
Although we are not permitted to discuss the details of other homeowners’ accounts, our inspector has more than likely noticed your neighbor’s weeds, and they have entered the violation process. If you are still concerned, you are welcome to send a written complaint that includes date stamped photographs, upon receipt of all pertinent our association management will send a letter. Complaints are not anonymous; if an owner requests this information during a hearing, it will be provided.
The Governing Documents for the Association are available through this website under the “Documents” section.
Fences throughout the Association must be stained Beachwood, a color originally by KWAL paint, on both sides. KWAL was purchased by Sherwin Williams a few years ago. The Beachwood stain may be obtained at the Sherwin Williams on Plum Creek in Castle Rock. Alternatively, you are permitted to color match the solid wood color stain and utilize another brand.
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The dues that you pay monthly include trash/recycle service, common area landscape, common area snow removal and insurance.
The community provides pet waste stations which are monitored weekly. Dog owners are responsible for picking up their pet’s waste. Failure to do so is a covenant violation as well as a Town ordinance violation. Pet waste is becoming an excessive problem in our common areas. Rotting pet waste impacts the environment and is a biohazard to humans, pets and wildlife. If excessive waste continues to be a problem, the HOA may expend dues funds to remove it regularly to keep our community safe and healthy for us all to play, walk pets and recreate.
While the roads and sidewalks fall within our community, the Town of Castle Rock is responsible for maintaining and repairing all of our roads and sidewalks. Potholes and uneven sidewalks can be reported on the town’s website – www.crgov.com.