Denver Parks And Recreation
With heat continuing and Denver schools not starting for another couple of weeks, Parks and Recreation is trying to keep everyone cool.
The new Freedom Park is in a neighborhood where refugees from war-torn countries are making a new life in Denver.
Cherry Creek should be back to normal levels Wednesday evening after the Army Corps of Engineers flushed the Cherry Creek Reservoir.
Some little league players in Denver are going green. They will soon be playing their games with a new environmentally-friendly LED scoreboard.
Denver Parks and Recreation showed off the historic Washington Park boathouse to the public on Saturday. It was the grand reopening for the landmark which has undergone a major rehabilitation.
Officials with Denver Parks and Rec say because the weather has been so warm they can’t make the snow needed to create the park.
Despite Wednesday’s snow, boarders and skiers have to wait a little longer to enjoy the railyard at Ruby Hill.
Once again Denver Parks and Recreation is bringing a bit of the mountains to the city. The Ruby Hill Railyard opens on Jan. 11.
Denver Parks and Recreation is following up after several squirrels died at a popular park.
The Denver City Council has restructured its fees at recreation centers. A new three-tier system goes into effect Sept. 1.