The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) will be removing a tree next to the Four Mile Creek Path at the 30th Street intersection next week. The work is scheduled for April 26 but is subject to change due to weather.
Due to structural defects, this cottonwood tree has been identified as a potential hazard to the public. The path will remain open while this work is being done. Traffic control personnel will be present to direct traffic on the path safely through the work area.
For more information, call OSMP at 303-441-3440 or visit www.osmp.org.
Online registration now available for Boulder’s 2012 Community Cleanup Day
Online registration is now available for the 10th annual Community Cleanup Day, which is from to on Saturday, May 19. The event, sponsored by the City of Boulder, Boulder City Improvement Association II (BCIA 2) and the Daily Camera, provides volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups to help clean up a variety of parks, greenways, creeks and paths throughout the city.
After the cleanup, participants are invited to attend an ice cream social from to at ScottCarpenterPark (30th Street and Arapahoe Avenue), HarlowPlattsPark (1360 Gillaspie Drive) or ValmontBikePark (northeast corner of Valmont and Airport roads). All participants will receive a free, one-day pass to the Boulder Reservoir and will have a chance to win one of several gifts offered in the prize drawing.
Registration is available online at www.BoulderParks-Rec.org (click on "Community Cleanup Day May 19") or by calling 303-413-7245. Online registration closes on Wednesday, May 16, and day-of-event registration will be held from to at ScottCarpenterPark.
For more information, call Shelly Ruspakka, Parks and Recreation, at 303-413-7214.
Downtown and University Hill Management Division/Parking Services new hours
Beginning Wednesday, April 18, the offices of the Downtown and University Hill Management Division/Parking Services will close daily from to