Parks & Recreation Projects

man jogging in parkThe city uses voter-approved capital improvement funds, impact fees and funding from the Adams County Open Space and Colorado Lottery to complete parks, recreation and golf projects.

The city strives to create quality park and recreation areas that best suit the community by involving residents through online surveys and forums, the CIP Citizen Advisory Committee and the Parks, Recreation & Golf Advisory Committee.

New Recreation Center at Second Creek

Now formally named the Bison Ridge Recreation Center

The new rec center project located at the northeast corner of 112th Avenue and Potomac Street, includes an approximately 108,000-square-foot building, site infrastructure, and road and utility work. The new recreation center elements and programs will be coordinated with the existing recreation center to ensure compatibility and comprehensive programming for the entire community. Read on...

 

Existing Recreation Center Renovations

Now formally named the Eagle Pointe Recreation Center

The city hosted four public meetings, several focus group meetings and online/paper surveys in August 2015 to obtain feedback about programming elements for the expansion of the existing center and the new recreation center. The existing recreation center could see new additions such as a therapy pool, expanded fitness areas and family locker rooms. Read on...