The Metro District manages a parks and open space system with more than 2,500 acres of land. These areas provide habitat and food source which attract coyotes to our community. With 5,000 residential properties adjacent to the open space and nearly 1.5 million visitor days, it is not uncommon for individuals to spot a coyote behind their back fence or along the trail they may be walking.
If coyotes are venturing a little too close for comfort to your yard, s
chedule a coyote conflict prevention home audit with the Metro District. Email
to schedule yours today.