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Local Resources

 

Douglas County and the Town of Castle Rock offer a the opportunity to enjoy the quiet beauty of Colorado with convenient location to neighboring cities. Located geographically half way between Denver and Colorado Springs, you're just minutes from the Park Meadows Mall, Colorado's only Retail Resort and a short drive to attractions such as the United States Air Force Academy, Garden of the Gods and the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

Quick Facts about Castle Rock
 
  • Date of incorporation – May 17, 1881
  • Form of government – Council / manager Area – 33 square miles
  • Population – 53,466 (September 2013 Town staff estimate)
  • Elevation – 6,202 feet above sea level

The Town of Castle Rock boasts nearly 20 parks, more than 50 miles of public trails and nearly 6,000 acres of open space – so there’s a good chance there will be somewhere to escape to close by, no matter where you decide to make your home.

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The median price for a single-family home in Castle Rock is about $250,000; prices range from $110,000 to $1.3 million.

 

 


Douglas County School District (DCSD) is the third largest school district in Colorado and 59th largest in the nation.

 

For Douglas County School District Maps, click here.

 

INNOVATION

Concurrent Enrollment
DCSD parents saved nearly $2 million (FY 2012-13) in college expenses through the District’s concurrent enrollment program.

 

EXCELLENCE

Graduation Rate
DCSD has one of the highest graduation rates in the Denver Metro Area. According to the Colorado Department of Education, the rates have risen steadily from 81.9% in 2009 to 88.8% in 2013.