Other Services

We know there are some services you might be looking for that are not provided by the Town of Castle Rock. Here are a few links to some of these services. 

Utilities


Cable television, Internet and telephone service providers


CenturyLink
Comcast
 

Electric and gas service providers


Black Hills Energy
Intermountain Rural Electric Association (IREA)

Burned out streetlights (not traffic signals)


With the exception of a few streetlights Downtown, all the Town’s streetlights are maintained by Intermountain Rural Electric Association, so please call them directly at 303-688-3100 to report a burned-out streetlight. IREA will require an address where the streetlight is located, so make sure you have that information when you call them. 
   


Trash removal and recycling services


The Town does not provide trash removal or recycling services. Neighborhoods with homeowners associations may provide trash removal through the HOA. Those in areas without an HOA must obtain individual service.

Trash providers that serve the area include All Bright SanitationHaulaway and Waste Management
 

Recycling Services


There is a community recycling center that operates 10 a.m. to noon every Saturday at 701 Prairie Hawk Drive. Learn more on community recycling center's website 

The Colorado Association for Recycling
has helpful links to recycling services.

There is an A-Z Recycle Guide at Tri-County Health website

There are several landfill locations in the region.
 

Chemical roundup and removal


The Town conducts a chemical roundup once a year.  In 2017 the roundup will be on Saturday, Sept. 30. Time and location information will be on our calendar as we get closer to the event date.
  
Tri-County Health Department also has information about household chemical waste.

Electronic and computer recycling


The Colorado State Department of Health & Environment has information about electronic and computer recycling

Tree and yard debris


The Douglas County Slash/Mulch site accepts tree branches and shrubbery on Saturdays from May through October. Acceptable items include tree branches and shrubbery with a maximum length of 6 ft. and maximum diameter of 12 inches. All loads must be covered when they arrive at the sites.
   

Electric car charging stations


PlugShare.com

Services provided by Douglas County or the State of Colorado


Driver's licenses
Automobile registration
Register to vote
Unemployment
Human Services: Child protective services, child support, financial assistance, food assistance, energy assistance, senior services. The Douglas/Elbert Task Force also provides financial, housing and food assistance.
Public health inspections
  

Tenant-Landlord Disputes


Tenant-Landlord disputes are a civil matter. Contact an attorney or there is some information at Colorado Housing Connects.