This website has been created to provide you with convenient access to local and regional information and services for the Town of Larkspur, Colorado. If you are unable to find the information you are seeking please feel free to call the Town Hall or stop by and see us.
The Town of Larkspur is a Home Rule Municipality with a Council / Mayor form of Government. The Council and the Mayor are elected for 4 year terms.
Larkspur is located off of Interstate I-25 (exit 172 northbound and exit 173 southbound) between Castle Rock and the Tri-Lakes area of Colorado. Close to the Denver Tech Center and Inverness business park, Larkspur is a short drive from Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Littleton, Englewood, or Centennial Colorado and only about 40 minutes to downtown Denver Colorado to the North; and Palmer Lake, Monument, the Air Force Academy, and Colorado Springs Colorado to the South.
- BY ORDER OF SHERIFF DAVID A WEAVER: STAGE 1 FIRE RESTRICTIONS ARE NOW IN PLACE…ORDINANCE NO. O-012-004, restricting open fires, open burning and the use of fireworks in the unincorporated areas of Douglas County...Please see the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department link
- The Town of Larkspur would like to give a special “Thank You” to those that supported and helped make the Grand Opening of the Community Park a success:Great Outdoors Colorado, Gates Family Foundation, Colorado Lottery, Douglas County Board of County Commissioners, Fischer Enterprises, SEMOCOR, Larkspur Area Chamber of Commerce, Larkspur Volunteer Fire Auxiliary, Black Hills Energy and Safeway.
- A special “Thank You” to our financial contributors, Douglas County Commissioner/Phillips S. Miller Fund/Peoples National Bank, David Archer & Associates, Inc., Krob Law Offices, LLC, Wright Water Engineers, Inc., Spruce Mountain Ranch,Hart Concrete, and Intermountain Rural Electric Association, Bear Dance Golf Club, Spruce Mountain Wine and Spirits, The Spur of The Moment, Larkspur Pizzaria, The Foul Line, Duke’s Steakhouse, Gabriel’s Northern Italian Restraunt, The Villa, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, and Jim Paradise of the Colorado Renaissance Festival.
- As always “It takes a Village” to support a Grand Opening event- The Town of Larkspur would like to recognize the following volunteers for their support; Ali Ayres, Doulgas County Library Volunteer Coordinator, DCL – Allie Johnson, Savannah Koonce, Richard Lee, and Suzanne Lee. Cedrick Sandoval, MVHS and Brennon Thummel, DCHS, Forrest, Paul and Zander Barton, Gerry and Sherilyn West, Councilmember, Joe Jeske. Jerry Perkins, Becky Mobley, Sharon Roman, Town Staff. Larkspur Volunteer Fire Auxillary – Peggy & Jim Whalen, Jessica & James Wayda, Rich Horwat, Bob & Marie Dante, Gary Montgomery, Carol Viera, Carey Smith, Marice and Therese. Our Larkspur Area Chamber of Commerce – Dennis Gutenberger, Bill Kramer, Michele Smith, Carla Dickenson, John Manka, Don Bammes, Peter Dunn, Judy Gray, Toni Reynolds and Jacki Bennett. A big “Thank You” to the Douglas County Sheriff Community Volunteer Organizer, Toni Reynolds and Yogi Bear Jellystone Campground – Kevin Greiner, the Colorado Renaissance Festival, United States Air Force Academy and the Fife and Drum Corps.
- Saturday, June 15, 2013 Opening Day Colorado Renaissance Festival Please visit:Colorado Renaissance Festival
- Lost and Found: Found a mens watch. Found a pair of cleats at the ball field. Found purple lanyard with key. Found a pair of toddler silver shoes. Found duffle bag of baseball equipment. Please stop by Town Hall to pick your lost items up.
Larkspur Vision Statement
Larkspur, a small friendly town in Colorado. A town that works together by: Fostering a Government of Integrity that Responds to its People, Directing Future Growth within Larkspur´s Small Town Values, Providing Community Facilities and Activities for All Ages, and Preserving the Natural Environment that is Unique to the Larkspur Area.