Carroll Butts Improvement Project Update
The Carroll Butts Park community has seen first-hand the amazing transition going on at the new sports center project! The old building has been demolished down to the bones and we are poised to see the new facility taking shape. The exciting project is moving along as expected and we are hosting a public Zoom meeting on Tuesday, June 21st at 5:30 p.m. to share information and answer any questions that Residents may have. Here’s the call-in information if you would like to join us.

Topic: Carroll Butts Redevelopment Webinar
Time: Tuesday June 21, 2022 5:30pm MST
Join Webinar:
Webinar ID: 869 0828 7946
Passcode: 852710
Irrigation at Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District

At Hyland Hills, we do our best to be good stewards of the community’s water resources. Because of that commitment, water conservation and reductions in our irrigation schedules are now, and will likely continue to be necessary. What this means to you is that you may notice some areas of our District parks will not appear as green as we are accustomed.

Hyland Hills irrigates the Greg Mastriona Golf Courses, Carroll Butts Park, Clear Creek Valley Park, Bell Roth Park, Sherrelwood Park and Hidden Lake Park solely with non- potable water. This water is supplied by the Farmers Highline Canal and Reservoir Company, the Kershaw Ditch Company and from Hidden Lake irrigation rights. Laramie Fox Hills wells are used to augment the supply.

No treated City potable water is used to irrigate these parks.

Use of non-potable ditch and lake water results in significant savings to the District (and it’s Residents) for the cost of turf irrigation.

As you may know, Colorado and the West are in the midst of a historic drought. Flows in Clear Creek are very low, and this directly affects how much water is available for irrigation. You may notice that we are not irrigating as much or as often as we would all like to.

Our goal is always to keep the parks looking as great as possible. To reach that goal we are constantly seeking to expand our supply of irrigation water while using the water we do have available to us more efficiently. 
Fishing Derby

The 1st Annual Hyland Hills Fishing Derby was held on Sunday, June 4th at Clear Creek Valley Park. All participants received a free fishing rod courtesy of the folks at the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife. Thanks to everyone who came out. It was a beautiful day and plans are in the works for next year’s event!
Gloria Rudden Pond Dedication

The large central pond at Clear Creek Valley Park has been formally dedicated to a Hyland Hills community activist, Gloria G. Rudden.

The ceremony was held on June 11th at a location adjacent to the pond which now bears a park bench and bronze plaque commemorating the event. 
Summer SkyHawks Camps

Hyland Hills partners with Skyhawks Camps to provide a non-competitive environment to teach sports to kids ages 4 to 14. Our goal is to give each child a positive introduction into sports and ensure they walk away with a smile on their face. Since 1979, Skyhawks has taught over two million boys and girls Life Skills through all sports including tennis, track and field and volleyball. Sign up today at:
Hyland Hills Summer Concert Series
Starts Next Month!
Wednesday July 13, 2022
Clear Creek Valley Park
Wednesday Aug 10, 2022
Clear Creek Valley Park
Friday Sept 9, 2022
Clear Creek Valley Park
Small Pools Open for the Season

Splashland Aquatics Center located at 3365 West 67th Avenue, and the Carroll Butts Aquatics Center located at 9427 Perry Street are open for the summer…Happy Swimming! You may also want to schedule a birthday party at one of those locations, for more information, please call
(303) 428-7488.