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This is for anyone looking to relocate to Pueblo. Residents are encouraged to participate so when we move, we will have friends.
Children in grades kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible to enter the 2015 Arbor Day Tree Festival poster contest. The theme for the contest is, “My Favorite Tree”. The top three winners in each division (k-5, 6-8 and 9-12) will be announced during the 2015 Arbor Day Tree Festival Ceremony at 12:00 pm on Saturday, April 25, 2015 in Pueblo City Park. Each will win a tree of their own to plant.
The posters can be obtained at the Pueblo Parks and Recreation administration office in Pueblo City Park, all Pueblo city-county libraries and online, along with the rules and details of the contest, at www.pueblo.us/trees. Deadline is April 3, 2015.
Wildhorse Creek Trail and Arkansas River Trail Closures
The levee work on the Arkansas River has begun. The levee will be lowered 12 feet from its current height. The project requires alternate routes for users of the Wildhorse Creek trail, south of Pete Jimenez Park, and the trail on the north side of the Arkansas River, which is between Dutch Clark Stadium and the Board of WaterWorks’ Whitlock Plant.
The closures provide access for equipment and materials coming to and from the project area. The first of the four phases will include a 3300 ft stretch of the levee from 11th Street to Dutch Clark Stadium. This phase is expected to be completed by April of 2015. The entire project will be done in four phases, during the winter months to take advantage of lower water levels, and is expected to be complete in four years.
Below are the photos of closed access points and the map of the closed and alternate trails.