Grant applications are now available

The Town of New Castle grants money to organizations and for special events that preserve or enrich the health, education, welfare, and fitness of the community.

The Town adopted a policy for organizations requesting funding from the town. This will be the 2nd round of the funding cycle which is January 1 through December 31, 2019. The applications must be turned into the town by 5:00 p.m., July 31, 2019. Grants will be awarded August/September 2019.

Please read the instructions and fill out the application completely before submitting. Grant application 2019 2nd round

June 2019 Newsletter

In This Issue:

What is a Use Tax?

Lane Markers on Main Street

Golf Carts and OHVs on New Castle Streets?

Lakota Ridge Senior Housing Open

Did You Know That…

News from the Recreation Dept.

Dates to Put on Your 2019 Calendar

News from the Chamber

Show off your Garden in July!

Town Council Highlights

Ritter Plaza Music Series

Keep Us All Safe This Summer

Change in the Town’s Dog Impound Fee

2019 June Newsletter

 

Open House – Come Talk with us about Golf Carts on Town Streets

OPEN HOUSE

regarding

 Golf Carts, OHVs and LSVs

on Town Streets

 

Thursday, June 6, 2019, 6:30 p.m.

 New Castle Community Center

423 W Main Street

 

 

The New Castle Town Council and Staff would like resident

input on the consideration of allowing

golf carts, off-highway vehicles and low-speed

electric vehicles on town streets.

If you are unable to attend the open house,

Please feel free to e-mail any comments to the

Town Clerk, Melody Harrison, CMC

mharrison@newcastlecolorado.org

May 2019 Newsletter

In This Issue:

Fire Restrictions in Effect

Valley View Breast Health Initiative

New Park at Appletree

Hemp Farm Concerns

Town Hall Office Hours

News from the Recreation Dept.

Dates for Your Calendar

News From the Chamber

Did You Know That…

Town Council Highlights

New Castle Team wins at Spellebration

Annual Town-Wide Garage Sale May 18

Kids Fishing Derby May 4

2019 May Newsletter