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Parks and Rec Fees Public Hearing


Press release:

Public administrative hearing on Parks and Recreation fees to be held May 5

The City of Boulder’s Parks and Recreation Department will hold an administrative hearing on the proposed 2012 fee schedule for the Parks and Recreation Department facility and park use fees. The meeting will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, in the Panorama Room of the East Boulder Community Center, 5660 Sioux Drive.

The public is invited to comment on proposed fee increases for the 2012 fee schedule of the Parks and Recreation Department. Proposed fee changes and increases for 2012 fees include:

●       Recreation center admission and passes;

●       Recreation center rooms, pool and gymnasium rentals;

●       Tennis and platform tennis court rental;

●       Tennis lights;

●       Outdoor pool Splash Pass;

●       Boulder Reservoir VIP boat permit fee;

●       Park shelter and land rentals;

●       Special event park rentals;

●       Commercial/business use of parks;

●       Flatirons Golf Course rounds.

Members of the community are encouraged to learn about the process and provide their input to Parks and Recreation staff on proposed fee increases. Following the meeting, public comments and proposed increases will be presented to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board prior to finalizing the department’s 2012 fee request proposal.

For a complete listing and more information on the proposed fee changes for 2012, please, visit

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