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Pueblo Parks and Recreation 2013 Advertising
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- Circulation of 15,000
- Direct mailed to 3,700 - Published twice per year    
- Shelf life of 6-9 months    
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Our guide is accessible online at puebloparks.us in PDF format with EVERY AD linked to your website and/or facebook site!

Unique visits: 59,268 Oct. 2011 - Sept. 2012 Page views: 120,516 Oct. 2011 - Sept. 2012

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

Welcome to Parks & Recreation!
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Black Lab swimming in pool
Mineral Palace Park Pool
Saturday, September 6, 2014
10 am to 2 pm
$5 per dog



City Park Pool
is closed for the season

due to a filter failure!

We will update the status of repairs
and/or any program changes on
Pueblo Parks and Recreation's
Facebook page!

We apologize for the inconvenience!

 

FREE Event!

Photo: FREE Event - Local competition for NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition is Saturday, September 6 at 4 pm at Lake Minnequa Fields. Pre-registration is required. Separate divisions for boys and girls, ages 6 to 15 years old. Register by September 5, either online at www.nflppk.com or at the Pueblo Parks and Recreation office located in City Park!

 Local competition for NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition is Saturday, September 6 at 4 pm at Lake Minnequa Fields. Pre-registration is required. Separate divisions for boys and girls, ages 6 to 15 years old. Register by September 5, either online at www.nflppk.com or at the Pueblo Parks and Recreation office located in City Park!


 
City Bark at City Park
is now open!
Black Betty Rott Puppy

The new bathrooms
are currently being renovated and
will be closed until further notice.

 


 

UPDATE: NOTICE TO OHV USERS
The Status of the Development of an OHV Area
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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Contact Information

Steven Meier Interim Director of Parks and Recreation

Steven Meier

Director of Parks and Recreation
           
800 Goodnight Ave
Pueblo, CO  81005

Ph: (719) 553-2790

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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City Park Pool is closed due to a filter failure!
City Park Pool is closed indefinitely due to filter failure! We will update the status of repairs and/or any program changes on Pueblo Parks and Recreation's Facebook page! We apologize for the inconvenience! Parks and Recreation's Facebook
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...