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The Parks, Trails, and Recreation Department is committed to providing opportunities for personal enjoyment and personal development to residents of Greenwood Village through cultural art experiences, recreation programs, parks and trails opportunities, and community events.

Save the date for this special event!
When:  Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Where: Curtis Park
Ice sculptures, fire dancing, s'mores, and music

Art & Recreation - Adult
The Village provides a wide variety of art and recreation activities for adults. The art programs include painting, drawing and sketching and watercolor. The recreation activities the Village offers includes basketball, softball, volleyball, and kickball to adults 16 and older.

Art & Recreation - Youth
The Village provides a wide variety of art and recreation programs for children 4 to 12 years old such as Fun in the Sun, Art in the Park and a youth triathlon, t-ball, basketball, and flag football.

Activities & Events
The Village offers community events during the year such as Greenwood Village Day where the community gathers to enjoy time with neighbors and friends.

Recreation Reimbursement

The Village reimburses residents for a portion of recreation expenses provided that such activities have occurred at an approved facility or through an approved event. There are three major categories eligible for reimbursement, including municipal or special recreation districts, municipal golf courses, and youth sport non-profit agencies.

Parks, Trails & Open Space

Parks, trails and open spaces are a large part of what makes the Village such a special place to live and visit. The Village offers a diverse range of parks and open space for the enjoyment of people of all ages. These areas range from natural open spaces and nature preserves to award winning playgrounds, equestrian parks, lush turf fields, skate parks and tennis, and other sport courts. Additionally, there is a diverse system of trails that provides users with recreational opportunities and connections to the community.

Parks & Trails Maintenance Services
The Village assures clean, safe and useable recreational areas which include 182 acres of developed parks, 1.5 acres of floral beds, 254 acres of open space, 53 acres of streetscape and medians, and 42 miles of trails. The village’s natural treasures are critical to the overall enjoyment for those who have the opportunity to experience them.

The Greenwood Village Parks, Trails and Recreation Department has two commissions that advise the mayor and City Council on issues related to parks, trails, open space and cultural arts. The Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission is responsible for making recommendations to City Council on issues that impact parks, trails and recreation issues. The Arts and Humanities Council makes recommendations to City Council regarding cultural arts programs and policy.

Curtis Arts & Humanities Center
Curtis is home to many unique and exciting art exhibits, lectures, cultural events, concerts and activities throughout the year. Curtis also hosts the Village’s adult art and some of the youth art activities.
Main Office
Ph: 303-486-5773
Fx: 303-804-4120

Suzanne Moore 

Parks, Trails & Recreation Director
Ph: 303-708-6142

Julie Liggett
Administrative Specialist
Ph: 303-486-5750

Cathy Pate
Recreation Manager
Ph: 303-486-5766

Laird Thornton
Parks and Trails Manager
Ph: 303-708-6155

Dave Foster
Parks Project Manager
Ph: 303-486-5786

Brian Sowder
Youth & Adult Sports Coordinator
Ph: 303-486-5765

JT Flahive
Recreation Coordinator
Ph: 303-486-5768

Curtis Arts & Humanities Center
2349 E. Orchard Road
Greenwood Village, CO 80121
Ph: 303-797-1779
Fx: 303-738-8775

Chris Stevens
Cultural Arts Coordinator
Ph:  303-708-6110

Lauren Wells
Youth & Adult Art Coordinator
Ph: 303-708-6112

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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