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Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update

The City of Boulder is seeking public input to update its Parks and Recreation Department (BPR) Master Plan. This public comment opportunity is an important way for community members to help shape this long-term plan.

The city encourages community members to share input through a online activites that are  open now through Monday, July 12, 2021.

North Boulder Park Parks are open for passive recreation (walking, running, biking), and some additional amenities; check specific parks for details on the  interactive map . These facilities will remain open as long as visitors adhere to all state and local operating protocols. This is subject to change based on future recommendations and/or requirements from city, county, state or government authorities. 

We endorse  Leave No Trace™  principles and encourages park visitors to reduce, reuse and recycle.

We maintain more than 60 parks including sports fields, playgrounds, picnic shelters, a skate park, the Pearl Street Mall, the Municipal Plaza, Valmont City Park, community parks, neighborhood parks, pocket parks, dog parks and more.


City and Community Parks

Neighborhood and Pocket Parks

Parks Information