Registered Landscape Professional’s Training


The Town of Castle Rock requires industry professionals — including designers, installers and maintenance contractors — performing commercial landscape and / or irrigation work within Town limits to be registered.

Please complete the registration form to sign up for the next class on June 30, 9 a.m. to noon at the Public Safety Training Facility.

Requirements
To become registered, a landscape professional must attend a Town seminar and score a minimum of 75 percent on the associated open book test. Additionally, the following minimum certifications must be obtained, kept current and filed with the Town:

  • Landscape designers must posses, at a minimum, a certificate of completion from GreenCO for its best management practices program.
  • Irrigation designers must posses, at a minimum, the Certified Irrigation Designer certificate from the Irrigation Association or a certificate of completion from GreenCO for its best management practices program.
  • Installation / construction contractors must posses, at a minimum, a certificate of completion from GreenCO for its best management practices program or be a landscape industry certified technician through the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado in the areas of hardscape installation, softscape installation and irrigation.
  • Maintenance contractors must posses, at a minimum, a certificate of completion from GreenCO for its best management practices program or be a landscape industry certified technician through the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado in the areas of turf maintenance, ornamental maintenance and irrigation.

Registered landscape professionals
See a current list of registered landscape professionals.

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