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Jason Blackaert

Position: President
Term: Term expires -May, 2025
Appointing Authority: Elected
Mailing Address:
7404 Yorkshire Drive, Castle Pines, CO 80108

Jason was born and raised in the Denver-metro area. In 2003, Jason founded Platinum Computer Services, Inc., a business consulting firm. Over the last 19 years, Jason has helped dozens of small- to mediumsized companies throughout the country grow their respective businesses. Clients seek out Jason and his firm to build, implement, and manage IT strategies. While meeting the IT needs of over 30 companies, Jason also serves as information technology director for a nuclear engineering company and a planned benefits savings firm.

Working with businesses in different industries gives Jason a diversified perspective on what is required for companies to compete and thrive amid uncertain economic conditions. Jason has interacted with CEOs and small business owners for the last 20 years and negotiated contracts with vendors and suppliers, including Microsoft, Dell, HP, and Comcast.

Jason moved to Castle Pines two years ago to begin a new life with his fiancé and her daughters in the Castle Valley neighborhood. Though Castle Pines continues growing, Jason believes the community exudes a close-knit, small-town vibe and is one of Colorado’s hidden residential gems.

Like many residents, Jason was concerned when the Parker Water & Sanitation District (PWSD) initially delayed ― and subsequently terminated ― its inclusion agreement with CPNMD. Jason believes CPNMD is a small special district with no long-term renewable water solution. Jason views inclusion as a necessity for our community and intends to pursue a new inclusion agreement for CPNMD water and wastewater utilities.

Separately, Jason also supports developing an inclusion agreement with the City of Castle Pines to assume responsibility for CPNMD’s parks, recreation, and stormwater. Jason believes that allowing the City of Castle Pines to assume operational control of all community parks and recreation would eliminate a redundant layer of local government, simplify and streamline governance, and save taxpayers money. Given the voter-approved city charter and the City’s home-rule status, Jason believes the inclusion of CPNMD’s parks, trails, and open space with the City would prompt CPNMD to self-dissolve, and thereby eliminate what has become an unnecessary layer of local government.

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