Transponders & Fitness Center
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Transponder and Fitness Center access cards can be purchased at the Emergency Services window inside of the CPHA building (688 W Happy Canyon Road)
- Monday—Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
- First Saturday of the Month: 9 am to 1 pm
- Cost is $10 for a car RFID sticker, $5 for a Fitness Center Card
- CASH OR CHECK ONLY. Make Checks payable to the “Castle Pines Homes Association”.
Each vehicle must be brought to ES for registration. You must also bring a copy of the vehicle’s registration documents, your driver’s license and proof of insurance. ES personnel will install the new transponder(s) on your vehicle(s) and test that they are working properly. You will also be required to update your personal information that is on file. Residents may purchase new transponders for their immediate family members, such as children and parents.
Homeowners can opt not to purchase a new transponder for their vehicle. Resident vehicles can still be identified by the resident sticker on the driver’s side of the windshield; they are available free of charge from ES, however, vehicles with a resident sticker only and no access transponder must enter the community through a staffed gate and in the visitor lane.
Service providers that visit your home three or more times a week may receive a transponder for their vehicle. This transponder will only be active for 6 months at a time and will only allow entry through the gate that is on the same side of the Village as the resident’s home. Access cards are not sold to non-residents. The resident must come in with the service provider to the ES office to purchase a transponder; the service provider must bring their vehicle, vehicle registration, driver’s license and proof of insurance.
Village Lake Fitness Center Access Cards
Access cards must be purchased to use the Fitness Center ($5.00 each). To have access to the Fitness Center a liability waiver form must also be completed.
If your transponder is not responding when entering or exiting the gate please come to the Emergency Services window inside the CPHA building, Monday through Friday from 12 pm to 5 pm, and we will replace your transponder’s battery for free. Please do not attempt to replace the battery yourself as this may damage the transponder.
Access Control Supervisor
Matthew Wortsman is our Access Control Supervisor. He is responsible for the gate officers, gate maintenance and all issues related to access control. If you have any questions or need additional information contact Matt at (303) 710-1353 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org