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Parks & Recreation Projects
Man jogging in parkThree new neighborhood parks are scheduled to be finished by 2019 as part of the voter-approved ballot initiative to address our growing population needs, increase recreational opportunities and achieve an overall better Commerce City for future generations.

Fronterra Park opened on Aug. 25, 2015.
Turnberry Park opened on Aug. 15, 2016.
Villages East Park opened on Sept. 22, 2016.

Due to the foresight and long-term thinking of the citizens of Commerce City by approving the ballot initiative, there is a dedicated revenue source to construct, operate and maintain park and recreation projects into the future, ensuring Commerce City will continue to be a quality community for a lifetime.

The city strives to create quality park and recreation areas that best suit the community by involving them throughout the process through online surveys and forums, neighborhood meetings and the CIP Citizen Advisory Committee. Engage online, attend public meetings, or ask questions.

Beyond the voter-approved program, the City is completing other parks projects using Adams County Open Space and Colorado Lottery funds.