Denver Parks And Recreation
Last week Denver Parks and Recreation and Denver Public Schools closed their athletic fields for the month of March because of concerns about the drought.
Denver Public Works announced Sunday it will deploy residential snowplows to plow side streets because of the heavy snow expected.
Denver’s playing fields are covered with snow but drought is what’s forcing the Parks & Rec department to shut down outdoor ball fields until April.
As drought conditions linger, Denver Parks and Recreation is closing its grass fields for sports including soccer until April 1.
Mother Nature is getting some help from snow guns at Ruby Hill Park.
Volunteers for Denver Parks and Recreation and Winter Park Resort have begun snow making at the Ruby Hill Rail Yard.
Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) released a statement on Thursday reminding visitors that walking or skating on frozen lakes or ponds in the Denver park system is prohibited.
They’re loud, make messes and their droppings can spread disease. Geese can be destructive to some of Denver’s most popular parks.
Golfers will be able to breathe easier while hitting the links now that Denver Parks and Recreation has purchased environmental mowers.
It has been so dry this spring and summer in the Denver metro area that one popular recreation is closing up early for the season.