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Horizon Park Public Meetings
Join us at a public meeting to provide input on the future of Horizon Park. Horizon Park is a 13-acre undeveloped park perfect for a neighborhood-serving community park. The first meeting is this Tuesday, October 5th at 5:30 p.m. at Fire Station #6 (729 27 Road).
Riverside Park Celebration
You're invited! Celebrate the improvements made to Riverside Park this Thursday, October 7th! Bring your families and friends and enjoy free ice cream, a bounce house, and games! The ceremony begins at 4:30 p.m. with an open house from 5 p.m.- 6 p.m.
Looking for a place to play sports? Look no further! We provide convenient drop-in times that allow you to play your favorite sport with your family and friends or a pick-up game. Open gym options include basketball, volleyball, and table tennis. Drop-in will begin on October 12th. This is a drop-in program and a fee is collected at the time of entry. Tuesday - $4.00; Sunday - $3.00
Volunteer Trail Clean Up
A huge π“π‡π€ππŠ π˜πŽπ” to our friends over at Mobile Mesa County and Backpedal Cycle for cleaning up the Riverfront Trail during Grand Valley Bike Month. Thank you for helping to keep our home clean and beautiful! The group started at the 340 Bridge and worked their way towards the Grand Junction Recycling Center. Grand Junction Parks & Recreation thanks volunteers for their help and support in keeping our parks system clean.
Lincoln Park Stadium Renovation
Major renovations to the Lincoln Park Stadium started the week of September 13th. Renovations planned in this major renovation include new bleachers at Suplizio Field and all associated infrastructure, new western bleachers at Stocker Stadium and all associated infrastructure, electrical upgrades, IT and audio-visual upgrades, and improvements to the southwest and northwest entryways.
Recreation Heroes CPRA Article
The Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) created a commemorative magazine highlighting β€œRecreation Heroes.” Randy Coleman, Parks Superintendent, submitted a story on the development of the Kindred Reserve Open Space. This park would not have been possible without the major efforts made by Rob Davis, City Forester, and Open Space Supervisor; Marc Mancuso, Sports Facilities Supervisor, and Cody Wright, Facilities Crew Leader. The article is available here on page 25.
Main Street Plant Walk Class
Dog Day Success!
New Lights at Canyon View Park
Thanks for being a patron and/or supporter!  
Stay healthy and please take care!
GJ Parks and Recreation Team
Give us a call! 970.254.3866
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