July 7, 2017
This was posted originally as voluntary, but as of this morning it is now mandatory starting immediately. There will be NO watering tonight or Saturday, and water will be restricted to Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday nights only between the hours of 10pm and 5am until further notice. Please plan on watering next on Sunday, July 9th and not before. If irrigation is taking place outside of those days and times, then the irrigation system will temporarily be shut off. Systems that are shutoff can resume watering on the 3 day/week schedule described above. Our residential customers have followed this schedule for years.

The sun is shining and temperatures are soaring! Summer is in full swing. While barbecues and get-togethers are a priority, conservation should also be top of mind. We need your help! Now that Castle Rock is transitioning to a renewable water supply, it’s even more important to adjust outdoor watering in response to weather conditions.

The hot, dry weather in June and early July, and the lack of rain, has resulted in East Plum Creek dropping to very low levels. This means we have less renewable water supply than normal. In fact, we have seen record-high water use numbers these past few days.

Since East Plum Creek is one of our key renewable water supplies, we are asking for your help to cut back.

Please only water public spaces Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.

Public spaces include neighborhood parks, common areas, medians and other right of way spaces. This three day per week watering schedule is similar to what residents already are required to follow for single family homes.

Being mindful of conservation will help keep our water supply reliable and protect our supplies in East Plum Creek.

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Welcome to the Castle Highlands Homeowners Association web site.

The main purpose of the web site is to provide our homeowners with information about:

  • The neighborhood
  • Necessary forms for improving your property (Architectural Review Committee)
    Access to the covenants and bylaws
  • Regular HOA meetings
  • Main Contacts to ask questions (Western States Property Services - Randy Watt)
  • Board members, and project committees
  • Various Project statuses.
  • Town of Castle Rock plans that may impact our neighborhood (they meet every Tuesday at the Town Center, 100 Wilcox at 6pm)

We hope the website provides this information for current residents as well as those that may want to join our neighborhood. We are a volunteer organization, and as such look forward to participation from all, at one time or another, in making our community great.

Thank you.
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