Game Plan for a Healthy City

What is Game Plan?

Game Plan for a Healthy City is Denver Parks & Recreation’s (DPR) vision for creating parks, gathering places, activities and more that are easily accessible, well-maintained and equitable in every neighborhood.

Project Highlights

In August 2020, we welcomed a new park to Five Points complete with green space and river access! Watch the virtual ribbon cutting event at Arkins Park with Mayor Hancock:


In September 2020, we revealed the new Paco Sanchez Park in West Denver! Watch this video to virtually experience the community-led design, including a new plaza and stage: 

In spring 2021, a renovation of Rude Ballfield was complete, bringing it to Tier 1 standards and providing a more accessible, equitable amenity in an underserved neighborhood. 

Game Plan's Mission

Game Plan projects are focused on adapting to the community’s needs, connecting people to each other through nature and culture, creating diverse spaces, supporting the growth of Denver’s community and fairly reinvesting funds. Learn more about the Game Plan's guiding principles below.

Find details on current park and facility projects and how to get involved.


Adapt to the changing climate and limited resources to maintain Denver Parks & Recreation spaces and services for generations.

Learn more about DPR's Resiliency efforts.


Protect the culture and nature that is uniquely Denver to ensure it’s accessible for generations to come.


Seek to create parks and recreation services that embrace Denver’s uniqueness through programming, outreach and communications.


Utilize existing and new resources for funding, partnerships and collaboration that is focused on equity throughout Denver.


Expand Denver Parks & Recreation to meet Denver’s growth and evolving community.

Download Denver's Game Plan for a Healthy City(PDF, 12MB)