The City of Nairobi Park, at East 35th
Avenue and Madison, is in the process of replacing the existing playground. At the Civic Association of Clayton neighborhood meeting on October 4, 2012, Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) and the design team of Mundus Bishop Design presented background information, historic and current context of the park, and preliminary design concepts. Design will continue through January and construction is scheduled to start late winter 2013. DPR will post an update of preferred concept in November. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Greg Kaiser at 720-913-0621 or email@example.com.
City of Nairobi Park Prelimenary Presentation
Flores Park Playground
Denver Parks and Recreation is in the process of designing an existing small playground at Flores Park. The existing equipment is outdated and in need of replacing. The new equipment will be designed to accommodate younger children that challenge their physical skills and abilities based on the latest play industry standards. The design should be complete by October 2012 and be ready for construction this fall/ winter. Depending on the weather, installation may be complete early spring 2013. For questions or comments please contact Greg Kaiser at 720.913.0621 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Flores Park Concepts pdf
Garland Park Playground
Denver Parks and Recreation and their design consultants, Stream Design + Urban Play Studio presented a new playground concept for David T. Garland Park at the Cook Park Rec Center on Tuesday evening, February 12, 2013. Garland Park is in southeast Denver (S. Monaco and E. Cherry Creek North Dr.) and has two existing playgrounds that are scheduled for removal and relocated in the fall of 2013. After conducting a neighborhood survey and site analysis, the new playground concept combines the play activities into a larger, easier accessible playground near the beach volley ball courts and adjacent to the recently built restroom. Please contact Greg Kaiser at 720-913-0621 or email@example.com.
Garland Park Play Area Site Selection pdf
On September 25, Councilman Lopez, Stream Design and Parks Planning celebrated the unveiling of the final design and renderings for the new Westwood Barnum Park. The final design includes a variety of new amenities for the 1.2 acre park site including a new age separated playground, water play feature, group shelter, picnic lawn area, terrace overlook, perimeter walking path, court skate area and improved access to Alameda Parkway. The project is currently in the construction design phase and construction is scheduled for Spring 2013.
Sloan’s Lake North and GVR East Playground Equipment Replacement
4 Playground Rehabilitations (Bezoff, DeBoer, Sanderson Gulch, West Bar Val Wood)*
Ruby Hill Playground Improvements
Denver Playground Master Plan
Denver’s first public playground was built in 1911 and, over ninety years later, the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) maintains almost 150 public playgrounds. Each of the City’s playgrounds has been re-assessed for condition, safety, ADA accessibility, play value and maintenance practices. Denver Playground Master Plan
4 Playground Rehabilitations (Pferdesteller, Argo, Elmendorf, Hampden Heights)*
Bear Creek Playground
System-wide Playground Master Plan