Parks and Recreation
Online registration will be down for scheduled maintenance on Sunday, June 28 and is scheduled to resume on Monday, June 29.
Performances in the Parks
Holiday and shutdown schedule for Parks and Recreation facilities
Join us for the Star Spangled Splash: 4th of July music and fun at the Boulder Reservoir from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
We need volunteers at Valmont City Park.
Boulder residents will receive free admission and a train ride if the weather permits.
Spend time in city parks removing trash and weeds, and performing light maintenance.
Nature play in the City of Boulder’s urban parks is interaction with the environment that allows for hands-on contact and exploration.
The city wants YOUR vision for the heart of central Boulder!
City Council unanimously voted to accept the updated Boulder Parks and Recreation Master Plan on Feb. 4, 2014.
Learn more about Emerald Ash Borer's presence in Boulder and what you can do about it. EAB is a federally quarantined, invasive tree pest.
Send us your art, photography or poetry inspired by the people, sights and scenes found in Boulder’s parks and recreation facilities.
All movie nights begin at dusk and are free to the public.
The increased levels are believed to be the result of rain runoff.
All listed volunteer opportunities are appropriate for individuals and groups.
About Boulder Parks and Recreation
We promote the health and well-being of the Boulder community by collaboratively providing high-quality parks, facilities and programs.