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The area known as Pine Canyon spans both sides of Interstate 25, extending from the Union Pacific Railroad on the west to Founders Parkway on the east. It is generally north of Scott Boulevard and south of Founders Parkway. It is approximately 540 acres currently in unincorporated Douglas County.
The landowner, Walker Family, is proposing to annex into the Town of Castle Rock and change the zoning on the property to allow for a mix of single family and multi-family housing types.
Currently, the proposal includes up to 1,320 dwelling units and 133 acres of open space as well as 57 acres dedicated to public uses, such as schools or parks. The proposal also includes up to 40,000 square feet of non-residential development along Front Street, Founders Parkway and the extension of Woodlands Boulevard. An additional 775,000 square feet would be permitted between I-25 and the Union Pacific Railroad off of Liggett Road. Non-residential uses could include offices, retail stores and restaurants.
It’s important to understand annexations are voluntary. This means that the property owner or developer reaches out to the Town of Castle Rock with a request to become incorporated. Learn about this project, including a timeline and current status, at CRgov.com/PineCanyon.