Month: March 2022
Why Are Parks Important?
March 15, 2023: As countless studies have shown, parks and open space are a vital source of both physical and mental wellbeing for humans. Parks provide innumerable benefits for people, our communities, and the environment.
Birthday Celebration at Martinez Park
July 27, 2022: The Villa Park Neighborhood Association and nearly 150 residents celebrated Private Joseph P. Martinez’s birthday. Private Martinez was the first Latino and Coloradan to receive the Medal of Honor in World War II, and his birthday was celebrated by the community in his namesake park. If he were alive today, Private Martinez would be 102 years old.
Park Spotlight: Paco Sanchez Park
March 17, 2022: All about Paco Sanchez Park, a 30 acre park along Lakewood Gulch just east of Knox Ct. that boasts a very cool adventure playground designed to challenge and engage park lovers of all ages and abilities with climbing nets, a spiral slide, a zip line swing, and much more.
DPR’s Outdoor Adventure Plan, Rec Centers Reopening After COVID!
December 16, 2021: Denver Parks and Recreation Want to Know What Gets Community Members Outside with the Outdoor Adventure Plan; Recreation centers return to full operating hours after COVID
DPR’s Resiliency Program, Unveiling Madam CJ Walker Park’s New Interpretive Signs, and the 39th Avenue Greenway
September 30, 2021: Why you should clean up after your dog; All about DPR’s resiliency program; Explore the 39th Avenue Greenway; Unveiling of the new Madam CJ Walker Interpretive Signs
About the Whittier Neighborhood, DPT’s 2nd Birthday, and the North American Beaver
July 29, 2021: Whittier’s History and Walking Tour; Help us celebrate the Denver Park Trust’s 2nd Birthday; Critter of the Month: the North American Beaver
Five Points Youth Ambassadors, DPR’s Sullivan Gateway Restoration Project, and the Great Horned Owl
June 10, 2021: The St. Charles Place Park Story & the Five Points Youth Ambassadors, Completion of the Sullivan Gateway Restoration; All About the Great Horned Owl
Getting Your Steps in at Denver Parks, How to Get Your Garden Certified, and DPR Tips & Tricks
April 27, 2021: City and County of Denver Donates Bison to Tribal Nations; Tips & tricks for pruning your trees from a DPR Forester; How-to guide on getting your garden certified as a wildlife habitat; and Getting your 10,000 steps in Denver’s parks
Denver’s First Park, Connecting with Colorado Nature, and Updates on DPT Projects
March 30, 2021: A short history on Mestizo-Curtis Park, Denver’s first park; Exploring Colorado nature as a pathway to health; Activities to do in Denver parks; Overview of DPR’s Game Plan for a Healthy City; and Updates on St. Charles Place Park playground