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Click here to view and print an ad packet or call for more information. Contact: Emily Stewart (719) 248-8213 Email: estewart@pueblo.us

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Lima Dog Park Photo 040114.pngATTENTION: The bathroom has been moved to its permanent location at City Bark at City Park!  The bathroom installation is the first of many upgrades to the dog park and will require it to be closed to the public until further notice. We will keep you updated on the progress of the upgrades! Thank you for your patience!
 
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to Host Annual Arbor Day Celebration

As part of the statewide observance of Arbor Day, Pueblo Parks & Recreation will hold its 2014 Arbor Day celebration at El Centro del Quinto Sol Community Center, 609 N Erie at 2:30 pm on Friday, April 18, 2014.  The public is invited to attend.

The celebration ceremony will include: the reading of the proclamation by District 2 City Council Representative, Eva Montoya; the announcement of the El Centro del Quinto Sol poster contest winners; and the planting of a large thornless honey locust tree. 
 
 
Honor Farm Park and Open Space:
City to enforce illegal dumping and trespassing

In an effort to curtail illegal dumping and comply with the requirementsHonor Farm Clean-up img of the Conservation Easement that prohibits the unregulated motorized activities, the City of Pueblo will begin the enforcement of existing city ordinances within the City’s portion of the 2,350 acre Honor Farm Park and Open Space property. Throughout the next month, the City’s Parks and Recreation staff will be informing the community about the Conservation Easement requirements as well as educating the public about how the “No Trespassing/No Dumping” ordinances will be used to protect the Honor Farm Park and Open Space property. The Park and Open Space area boundaries include HWY 50, Pueblo Boulevard, Pueblo West, and the railroad tracks north of the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo. Follow the link for more information

 

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Steven Meier Interim Director of Parks and Recreation

Steven Meier

Director of Parks and Recreation

Mike Sexton Assistant City Manager of Parks and Recreation

Mike Sexton
Assistant City Manager of Parks and Recreation
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800 Goodnight Ave
Pueblo, CO  81005

Ph: (719) 553-2790

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YMCA of Pueblo and the City of Pueblo Partner for Improved Summer Kids' Programs
The YMCA of Pueblo and the City of Pueblo Parks & Recreation Department have formed an agreement for summer programming. Read on...
Beckwood Park to recieve a facelift
Renovations to begin at Beckwood Park. Read on...