Denver Public Works and Denver Parks & Recreation are beginning work on the redesign of Denver's historic City Park Golf Course to revitalize the 18-hole course, improve and add facilities for golfers of all levels, and integrate course features that can serve to reduce flood risks in nearby neighborhoods.
The guidelines and requirements for this redesign were produced as part of a lengthy collaborative process with the public, representatives of the neighborhoods around City Park Golf Course and the golf community. The updated design will preserve the best features of the current course and retain the traditional Parkland style look and feel of City Park Golf Course, along with modernized amenities that will be enjoyed by neighbors and golfers alike for generations to come.
Final golf earthwork is complete with topsoil and irrigation installation completed by mid November.
Seeding on the west and north sides of the golf course are ongoing and general mowing operations continue. Phased planting of new trees will continue through the fall.
Golf course irrigation is operational where seed and new trees have been installed — the water being used is recycled and provided by Denver Water.
Construction of the new clubhouse continues. Structural steel is complete and roof framing has begun.
The new entrance to the golf course on E. 23rd Avenue across from the Denver Zoo entrance has been installed.
Golf course bridges have been installed.
Perimeter fencing has been shifted to encompass the entire project site to provide protection during final landscape and seeding around perimeter trees.
City Park Golf Course will be closed through 2018 and will reopen in 2019.
The CPGC Interpretive Plan defines the course’s unique legacy of diversity as the “People’s Course.” Learn more
Review the interior finish design for the clubhouse
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Course routing Proposal as of April 2018 (PDF)
Grading and drainage (PDF)