Free Irrigation Audits Available!
Slow the Flow Colorado is a free Sprinkler inspection program available to residents of Castle Pines North Metro District. The sprinkler inspections — also known as irrigation audits — are conducted by trained water auditors.
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2015 Watering Calendar with ClassesClick Here
for the 2015 Watering Calendar and Xeriscape class schedule.
Interconnect Delivering Renewable WaterView Notice
Notice of 2015 Rate and Fee AdjustmentsView Details
MWH Global-Proposed 2015 Rate & Fee AdjustmentsView Details
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Water Quality Control & Consumer Confidence ReportView Details
New Storm Water Repair Fee
Due to damage to the District's storm water conveyance system (see photo above) incurred during the storms of September 2013 and again in July of 2014, the District Board elected to implement a one-time charge of $30 per Single Family Equivalent to allow repairs to the storm water system to take place during the summer of 2015. The additional charge will appear on customers' bills as a $10 charge during each of the months of February, March and April.
Join Craig Miller, CPNMD's Parks & Open Space Manager for these classes at the Community Center, 7404 Yorkshire Dr. All classes begin at 10 AM. Light refreshments will be served.
|July 11||Trees & Shrubs for Small Spaces|
|The problem — you need to landscape a small garden space, or you are looking for small trees or shrubs that will work with your container garden. The solution — this class! We will cover a variety of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, as well as some perennials, that will add the color and texture you want without outgrowing your available space.|
|August 8||Fabulous Fruits for Front Range Gardeners|
|There is nothing like growing and harvesting your own fruit here in Colorado! From grapes to apples, raspberries to cherries, currents, gooseberries, peaches, strawberries, pears and plums — we’ve got the information you need to “feed” your fruit fixation, right in your own backyard! |
|September 19||Fall Color in the Landscape|
|It's never too early to be thinking about adding fall interest to your yard! We will go over the basics of fall color, and a variety of colorful tree and shrub selections. We will also touch on fruit, bark, perennials and ornamental grasses that provide fall and winter interest.|