Parks, Trails & Recreation

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, and community events.

View trail map here.

Youth At-Large Vacancy

Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission

You can make a difference in the Village! This is a great opportunity to contribute to the decision-making process as a voting member of the Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission. The Commission has input on issues such as parks, playgrounds, trails, pedestrian/bicycle undercrossings and other issues related to the many recreation opportunities in Greenwood Village. To be eligible for the Youth At-Large position, you must be 16 to 18 years old or a junior or senior in high school and a resident of Greenwood Village for at least one year. The minimum time commitment is approximately two - three hours of evening meetings per month. The Commission meetings are scheduled on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. The Youth At-Large can begin her/his term immediately.

You can read more about the Village’s parks, trails and recreation programs by selecting the Online Registration link to the left and exploring the offerings under each tab.  Information about the responsibilities of the Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission can be found by selecting the Commissions link to the left. If you have any questions or wish to apply, contact Suzanne Moore, Director of Parks, Trails and Recreation at 303- 486-6142 or

Free Fall Concert!

September 24, 6-7:30 p.m., Carson Park, 6060 S. Quebec St - City Hall Backyard.
Concert is open to the public and parking is available at City Hall. See details here.

Fall and Winter Pavilion Reservations for Residents and Non-Residents Are Currently Open.  

Reserve a pavilion in one of our beautiful parks using our online reservation system. If you are new to our online system, you must create an account first and then you can make your reservation entirely online. Click here for more information.

Create an account and make a reservation here.

View the PTR Permitting Brochure here.

Please call Debbie, 303-486-5759, or Julie, 303-486-5750 with questions.