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Who: You, your family, neighbors — we welcome all Castle Pines residents.
What: Clean-Up Castle Pines Days
When: Wednesday, October 21, 2020, from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m., and quarterly thereafter.
Location: Coyote Ridge Park (We will gather under a well-marked gazebo adjacent to the main parking lot.)
Why: In recent months residents have expressed growing frustration at the increased volume of trash and graffiti plaguing Coyote Ridge Park and other public amenities throughout the community. Because the challenges are greater than our staff can keep up with, Clean-Up Castle Pines Days is an opportunity for volunteers to gather (albeit, in a responsibly socially distanced way) for a quick 90 minutes in Coyote Ridge Park to help free our community from the insidious intrusion of trash, graffiti, and vandalism.
RSVP: Please email your RSVP to our director of communications, Ken Smith, at email@example.com.
Notes: CPNMD will supply coffee and hot chocolate, mini-Bundt cakes, disposable gloves, garbage bags, paint, and other supplies required to remove graffiti and pick up debris throughout the park and adjoining areas. We will also supply masks and practice social distancing. As we coordinate future efforts with the City, we will add future Clean-Up Castle Pines Days, on a quarterly basis, to the Calendar of Events section of our website homepage at www.cpnmd.org.