Friday, June 1, 2018 – 6-9pm
Come celebrate our park with the City Park Alliance and District 9 City Councilman Albus Brooks at the City Park Pavilion for the 2018 Ice Cream Social with free ice cream, free face painting, entertainers, and a concert with the Denver Municipal Band.
Please take some time to reflect and support citizen input on the future of City Park. Take the City’s Preliminary Design Guidance Survey and weigh in on:
- Park use and experience
- Roads and walkways
Take the survey and let Denver Parks and Recreation know your priorities and design preferences for Denver’s premier urban park.
Red-tailed Hawks Make the Move to City Park to Raise Their Family
June 2017: Juveniles about to fledge from the safe confines of City Park.
All donations to City Park Alliance are used directly toward projects in City Park, and every effort is made to leverage your donations with other partners to maximize the impact of your contribution. In fact, donations to City Park Alliance since 2012 have been used to support over $300,000 in park projects since 2012.
Visit our Projects Page to learn more about what the City Park Alliance is doing to support City Park, and your tax deductible donations can be provided online or via mail.
The summer of 2017 brings a number of exciting events to City Park. Events in the summer of 2017 are highlighted by 10 weeks of City Park Jazz concerts, the newly reformatted Colorado Classic Bike Race, the Colfax Marathon, several museum and zoo free days sponsored by the SCFD, and of course, the City Park Ice Cream Social. While it’s unfortunate to see some of the more popular events like National Get Outdoors Day and the Tour de Fat move on to different venues, there is still plenty to get excited about this summer in City Park.
Events in City Park are available on the Office of Special Events Calendar, but we took the time to extract the events in City Park and post them on the City Park Alliance web site:
City Park 2017 Events Calendar
The 2001 City Park Master Plan is being updated. The 2017 master plan update initiative will:
- Consider recently completed studies to help assess current community needs;
- Gather community input to help establish updated plan recommendations; and
- Develop design guidelines to retain the park’s historic character while meeting the community’s needs.
Please join Denver Parks & Recreation and Historic Denver at the City Park Pavilion to learn about the master plan update.
WHERE: City Park Pavilion, 1700 N. York Street, Denver CO 80206
WHEN: Tuesday, May 30 @5:00pm – 7:00pm
For more information, visit the Denver Parks and Recreation City Park Master Plan web site.
The City Park Alliance provided financial support and is participating in the planning workgroup to create Design Guidelines for City Park and update the City Park Master Plan. City Park Alliance provided letters of support for grants and raised $7,300 to provide the community match for the planning contract.