Journey Church Information

UPDATED 3/10/2016:


Journey Church is pretty much a project that will happen as long as all the requirements of Section 27 of the Zoning Regulations are satisfied, as well as Douglas County’s Comprehensive Development Plan.  A purchase of the lot owned by the church is about the only manner in which the development could have been stopped.

  • There is another opportunity to voice some concerns to the county by no later than the close of business on Tuesday, March 15, 2016.
  • You should identify where you live, whether you adjoin the church property and what your concern is regarding the proposed plans.
  • To better inform yourself regarding the proposed Journey Church plans, please note the following link for Project Records Online:

      https://apps.douglas.co.us/planning/projects/Default.aspx?PossePresentation=LandingPage&PosseObjectId=25146422

To access the project file, type SP2015-023 in the box entitled, “Project File Number” click the green search button and this will lead you to the project.  You’ll notice there are tabs at the top of the screen click on the “documents” tab to look through all of the reports, studies, narrative, site improvement plan and other related documents.  You may also contact Judy Hammer, Senior Planner for Douglas County Department of Community Development at: Phone | 303 660-7460 Email | jhammer@douglas.co.us

  • The Journey Church property is not within the boundaries of Surrey Ridge.  It is merely an adjoining property.  It would probably be wise to contact the Authorized Representative for Journey Church directly and discuss your concerns: Drew Kraft with Development Advisors at: Phone—303.534.3344.

PLEASE NOTE, that the approval for the construction of a Church has already occurred after numerous investigations by appropriate agencies verifying that water issues have been addressed properly, traffic has been addressed, and lighting.  The purpose for your responding to the attached form is to merely comment on the proposed look of the building, i.e. size, shape, color, architecture, etc.  Does it fit, the way it is portrayed in the drawings, in our community?  You may contact Judy Hammer, the project planner in Douglas County at 303.660.7460 or write her at jhammer@douglas.co.us if you have any questions.

"Comments" Form on New Proposed Church

Drawings:

Article in The Castle Pines Connection: