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Partnership of Douglas County Governments
The Partnership represents 296,000 Douglas County citizens in the unincorporated and incorporated areas of the county. Almost 90% of the population lives in urban designated areas of the County.
In one-on-one conversations, service transactions, and community meetings, Partnership members are face-to-face, listening and responding to constituent needs every single day. We know our communities and their priorities and we are willing to share what we know in the interest of working with one another as a team, acting in the public interest and focused on the greater good of Douglas County, Colorado.
On behalf of the citizens and taxpayers of Douglas County and its municipalities, the mission of the Partnership of Douglas County Governments is to build and maintain relationships, foster communication and share information among local governmental entities for the purpose of identifying and achieving cost savings; improvements in operations, programming efficiency; and service enhancements County wide.
Don Wan Wormer
City of Castle Pines
7501 Village Square Drive, Suite 100
Castle Pines, CO 80108
Partnership of Douglas County Governments Launches Senior Initiative Outreach Effort
Countywide Survey and Listening Tour are offered to facilitate input.
For Douglas County residents aged 60 and older, their local governments are all ears. The County is experiencing the nation’s most dramatic percentage of population growth in adults aged 60 and older. According to the State Demography Office, by 2030 it is estimated that one in four residents of Douglas County will be age 60 or older – approximately 24% of the County’s population.
To plan for this population shift and their needs, The Partnership of Douglas County Governments — a collaborative organization whose members are Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Douglas County, Douglas County Libraries, Douglas County School District, Highlands Ranch Metro District, Larkspur, Lone Tree, and Parker — established the Senior Initiative.
Visit www.douglas.co.us/communityresources/senior-initiative/ for more details.
During the next few months as part of this Initiative, a committee formed by members of the Partnership will solicit input from senior adults, their caregivers and those approaching retirement age planning to retire in Douglas County. Through a listening tour — community meetings in locations countywide — residents will have the opportunity to share their vision for their community. For more information on current listening tour locations please visit www.douglas.co.us/communityresources/senior-initiative/