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Weed Control Spraying - Starting May 28th thru June 10th we will be spraying for weeds in the City Parks. All areas will be flagged where treatment has been applied.
Between May 20th and May 25th, herbicides will be applied to noxious weeds at the following locations: St. Vrain Greenway west of Martin St., Fairgrounds Pond north of the St. Vrain River, west side of Hover St. from Rogers Rd. to 3rd Ave., and Left Hand Greenway from Kanemoto Park to Hover St. All areas will be flagged where treatment has been applied.
On May 24th between the hours of 5:30 am to 9:00 am (weather permitting), the Forestry Division plans to do a pesticide spray application on the Ash trees at Thompson Park. This treatment has been deemed necessary to protect long term health of the majestic Ash trees. There is evidence of significant branch dieback in the Ash trees specifically caused by Ash Bark Beetle infestation.
Roosevelt Park - Spraying of the shrub beds and tree wells will be done early morning on Friday, May 17th.
Recreation Center and Service Center - A contractor will be spraying and fertilizing these two area next week, starting May 20th.
Clean Up Green Up
Thank you to all the volunteer individuals and teams who helped with our 2013 City of Longmont Clean Up Green Up event! It truly makes a difference in our City.
Weed Control Crew - Noxious weeds are one of the most serious threats to our public lands. They degrade the environment, reduce agricultural production, and interfere with outdoor recreation. Weed control volunteers will help control these invaders by digging, pulling, and clipping on public lands throughout the city, including some properties not open to the public. Meet new friends, explore new lands, and make a real difference. Volunteer for a day or all year long. We can use your help! All ages and experience welcome. For more information or to apply, please contact Jim Krick at 303-651-8451 or Jim.Krick@ci.longmont.co.us
Upcoming Project Design Meetings
Look here for future meetings!
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2012 Parks Maintenance Snow and Ice Control Plan
To view the 2012 Parks Maintenance Snow and Ice Control Plan, click here: http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/parks/index.htm
Parks, Recreation & Trails Master Plan
Development of the City's Parks, Recreation & Trails Master Plan is underway. The goal of the planning effort is to solicit input and develop a community-driven master plan that will guide the development and renewal of the City's valued parks, recreation and trail system into the future. We can't do it without you! Please continue to check the web site for upcoming meetings and opportunities to participate and provide input. To be placed on a contact list for future meetings and updates, please call Kathy Kron, 303-774-4528 or email: email@example.com. We look forward to working with you on the future of Longmont's parks, recreation & trails.
Dry Creek Community Park - Phase 1 Under Construction
American Civil Constructors is finalizing their construction for Phase 1 park improvements. For your own safety, Please stay out of the construction area! The park is tentatively slated for opening in 2013. Look here for specific opening dates!
Link to more details for Dry Creek Community Park
Bee Swarms - What to do?
If you see bee swarms on City property, please call 303-651-8446.
For bee swarms on private property, please contact the Boulder County Beekeepers Association hotline at: http://www.bouldercountybeekeepers.org/or call:
- Boulder County Swarm Hotline: 303-678-6238
- Denver Metro Swarm Hotline: 303-791-1777
- Northern Colorado Swarm Hotline: 970-213-3099 (Berthoud, Ft. Collins, Greeley, Loveland)
For bee removal from a building or structure, please call:
- Tim Brod: 303-514-9257
- Miles McGaughey: 720-771-4304
- Marcia Skaro: 303-437-8932
- Bob Thayer: 303-717-1010
- JoAnn Vigil: 303-775-5639
Park Restrooms - call 303-651-8416 to report damages
Seasonal Park Restroom Updates
All City park and trail system restrooms are now open for the season. The restroom at Carr Park is closed due to vandalism and will be closed until repairs are made.
Statement and Goals
provide safe, clean, well maintained and attractive public environments for
the use of all visitors of the park system. Our service shall demonstrate
good land stewardship, quality park facility planning, our staff's knowledge
of the green industry, and the highest standards of technical proficiency.
We strive to provide this service with a good attitude and communication skills.
Thank you for