The mission of the Wildlife Committee is to seek to inspire Village residents to protect wildlife by providing researched information to residents in a timely, understandable manner on co-existence and appreciation for the diverse wildlife living in the Village. 

  • The Committee writes topical articles for the Village Reporter, Castle Pines Homes Association’s bi-monthly newsletter, and presents educational programs throughout the year.

If you have non-urgent questions, concerns, or messages about Village wildlife, please contact the wildlife email hotline at wildlife@thevillagecastlepines.com. The wildlife inbox will be monitored during normal business hours and forwarded to the ‘on call’ Committee member. You should expect a response within two business days. If you encounter a wildlife emergency, such as an injured, ill or aggressive animal, call Emergency Services at 303.688.6447. The email hotline will allow the Committee to answer any questions about wildlife to track community concerns.

Learn More: Living in Harmony with Village Wildlife
(Including Protecting your pets, Birds, Mammals, Snakes, Rodents, Injured Wildlife Rehabilitators, and Wildlife Resources)

The CPHA Village Wildlife Committee meets monthly on the third Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m. at the CPHA conference room. The Committee welcomes residents to attend.

Wildlife Committee Members:

Cindy Kristensen
Libby Drbal
Bob Jondle
Arlene Raskin
Lilli Almon
Ron West

Wildlife Committee Documents:

Wildlife Committee Annual Report
Wildlife Committee Charter