Police Begin Enforcement Of Drug Activity Park BansPolice in Denver have started to enforce a drug activity ban on parks. When someone is caught selling, buying or using drugs along a park or bike path, the person could be suspended from the park for 90 days.
Police Target Drug Users, Sellers On Cherry Creek TrailDrug use and sales along the Cherry Creek Greenway are targets in the latest effort by Denver police and Denver Parks and Recreation to address illegal drug activity along the popular recreation area.
Confluence Park Construction Is Back Underway Following DelaysConstruction is back on for a major project in one of Denver's most iconic areas.
Denver Rec Center Honors Oldest Member With Lifetime MembershipThere was a surprise birthday celebration Wednesday for the oldest member of one of Denver's recreation centers.
Bison Calves Sold To Help Remaining Herd Off I-70Denver Parks and Recreation has sold some bison calves to keep the remaining herd sustainable.
Top Ways To Utilize Denver's Parks & Rec DepartmentGet out and take advantage of the many different programs courtesy of your local Parks and Recreation Department.
Get Ready To Shred, Ruby Hill Rail Yard Open For SeasonGet ready to shred and ride the rails right in the heart of the city now that Ruby Hill Rail Yard is open for the season.
Snowmaking Begins For Return Of Ruby Hill Rail YardThe snowmaking is underway for the return of boarders and skiers to the Ruby Hill Rail Yard urban terrain park next month.
Dog Lovers Upset Over Closing Of Popular Dog ParkSome dog owners are upset over the City of Denver's plans to close a popular dog park. The Dog Park at Josephine Gardens will close on Monday. Dozens gathered Saturday afternoon to show their support for a replacement property.
Denver Parks Welcomes Day Of Service VolunteersThe Denver Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a Day of Service project to get some much needed help in a park.
'Trees Snapped, Twisted Off' In Storm That Formed TornadoHomeowners in Denver and Aurora worked to clear their yards of debris on Thursday after severe storms the night before left behind a lot of damage.
Border Collies Could Be The Answer To Geese Problem In Denver's ParksDenver parks are dealing with a foul problem -- park-goers say geese are taking over, and some experts agree the goose population is larger than it's ever been.