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Proposed changes to be formalized into draft ordinance

As a home rule municipality, the Town of Castle Rock has its own set of laws and codes. It's prudent for a local government to evaluate its laws from time to time to ensure they are up to par with current legal best practices and local culture. That's why Town staff started a review of the Town Code related to animals in 2017. 

Following research and community feedback, Town Council heard a presentation on proposed changes to the Town’s animal code on March 6. Council discussed the proposed changes and heard from community members during public comment.

Ultimately, a majority of Council directed staff to come back to a Council meeting at a later date with a draft ordinance to formalize the proposed changes. Get details of the proposed changes and provide feedback at CRgov.com/animals

Watch a video of the Council discussion. 


Ordinances require two readings, which include two formal public hearings. Those hearings have not yet been set. 

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During this review, the Town has considered community feedback, researched legal authority and studied neighboring communities' laws and more. We want to know what you think of the current recommendations

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