Parks and Recreation
Learn the history and nature of the Civic Area. You will journey through the park's 27 acres with a park ambassador as your guide.
We need volunteers at Valmont City Park.
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Summer registration begins Tuesday, May 5: Choose from more than 700 classes and programs for people of all ages and abilities.
Join us for Boulder Community Day on May 16 including Community Cleanup Day and Kids to Parks Day with free entry to Scott Carpenter Pool.
Cheer on thousands of rubber ducks that race (or float) down Boulder Creek during the Boulder Creek Festival on Memorial Day!
Holiday and shutdown schedule for Parks and Recreation facilities
Can you find which tree the twigs belong to? Make a tree bark rubbing from different kinds of trees and more!
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.
Emerald Ash Borer 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.
Testing indicates the material does not pose a public health risk.
April 13, 2015 - Boulder Named a “Tree City USA” for 31st Consecutive Year; Offers Arbor Day Activities in April and May
More than 500 trees will be planted in April and May.
No city funds are being used to install or remove the statue at the site.
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.