Parks & Recreation
National Accreditation distinguishes Durango Parks and Recreation Department in the top 1% of Parks and Recreation agencies in the Country.
For more information see the press release here.
CAPRA National Standards
For more information on Commission for Accreditation of Parks and Recreation Agency (CAPRA) and CAPRA National Standards for Accreditation, select here.
The Parks and Recreation Enrichment Guide is back! The Fall 21/Winter 22 Enrichment Guide is available for viewing and download here. Registration began on Monday, August 16, for all Fall 21/Winter 22 programs. Click here to register for programs online.
Friends of Parks and Recreation Program
The Friends of Parks and Recreation Program has volunteer opportunities year-round. More information here.
- Mason Center, 301 E. 12th St
- Smith Sports Complex at Fort Lewis College, 700 Talon Lane
- Jenkins Ranch Park, 435 Jenkins Ranch Road
Reserve a tennis court up to 10 days in advance online at Register For Programs. (near the bottom of the page).
Fire Adapted Durango Partnership
Fire mitigation plan for Durango’s wildland-urban interface zone (WUI) information here: View the Fire Adapted Durango Partnership Presentation here. Access website links to Fire Adapted Durango Partnership organizations here.
Public Comment Portal
Want an easy way to send your public comments to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board or the Natural Lands Preservation Advisory Board, well now you have it. Click here for the Form Center and select the Board or Commission you would like to give public comment to.