Edora Disc Golf Course Holes Closed for Construction
The City of Fort Collins' Engineering Department and their contractors will begin the reconstruction of the Riverside Bridge at Spring Creek beginning Monday, Sept 10.
This work will require the following Edora Park disc golf holes to be closed beginning on September 10, 2018:
Edora Disc Golf Course Hole Closures are #6, #14, #15, #16 & #17
Reopening dates of the above disc golf holes have not yet been established, but the work will require disc golf closures thru winter of 2019.
For more information and updates about the project, visit fcgov.com/spring-creek-edora.
Lee Martinez Park Shelter Now Available
Parks is pleased to announce that the shelter at Lee Martinez Park will be available for reservation as of September 1, 2018.
The fee will be $50.00 for groups of 50 or fewer people and a reservation will guarantee the shelter for your event. For groups larger than 50 or if your event will have a jumping castle or other similar apparatus, a Parks Event application will be required with the associated fees.
Dropping in is still an option unless the shelter has been reserved; a kiosk by the shelter will have information on the shelter availability.
To reserve the Lee Martinez Park shelter, please call Parks Front Office at 970-221-6660.
Twin Silo Park Bridge & Zip Line Closure
The bridge feature inside the play barn and cable ride/zip line are closed for repairs. Parks is working to resolve the issue, but the features are closed until further notice.
Westfield Park Playground Renovation
Fort Collins Parks will be renovating the Westfield Park playground as part of the Parks Life Cycle program. The project will provide updated play equipment that features separate play areas for 2-5 age children and 5-12 age children. Work is anticipated to take place starting with demolition in late August and should be completed within approximately one month, weather dependent.
The goals of the Life Cycle program are to:
- Replace or restore components to substantially the same original condition, purpose, and efficiency.
- Bring new components up to current codes and guidelines.
- Follow Parks mission to provide excellent care of parks and public spaces for the community.
For questions or more information, please contact:
Jill Wuertz, PLA, Life Cycle Coordinator – Parks Project Manager
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Trail System Status
Keep updated with the status of Fort Collins trails with an updated listing of closures and detours.
Herbicide Application Schedule
This schedule is updated on a weekly basis during the growing season. Always look for the herbicide application flags that are placed out before application and left up for 24 hours after application.
Please note that this schedule is subject to change due to weather and scheduled activities.
Your Parks. Our Passion.
Our parks and trails help define the Fort Collins lifestyle. Fort Collins currently has over 925 acres of developed park land including 7 community parks and 43 neighborhood/pocket parks. Over 35 miles of paved trails connect our community.
We're passionate about providing you world-class parks and trail. The Parks Department maintains parks, cemeteries, trails, medians and other public grounds for the community. We aim to provide you with a clean, safe and attractive environment to enjoy.
Parks are open daily between the hours of 5 a.m.-11 p.m.
Do you enjoy working outdoors? Parks has a job opportunity for you!
Parks Division is currently seeking Seasonal Parks Utility Workers to join a highly-motivated, talented team of innovators to help strengthen the future world-class stewardship of parks in our community. The position offers a positive and engaging environment, training, and professional growth opportunities. The Parks Utility Position is a seasonal position which begins as early as March and ends as late as November, but there is potential for advancement and career progression for the self-motivated employee.
Other Seasonal Job Opportunities with Parks include: