South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s (SSPRD) new interactive trails, and parks and facilities maps provide a more robust experience and offer easy access to SSPRD’s amenities. The maps allow users more functionality and customization than ever before via their mobile or desktop device.
South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) has announced it will open several indoor and outdoor facilities and amenities in compliance with the local and state health orders beginning this weekend.
Get moving and enjoy the outdoors by signing up for one of South Suburban’s new outdoor group fitness classes starting in June. While our recreation centers remain close due COVID-19, we want to keep our community active and healthy with some of your favorite classes like Power Plus, Reb3L Strength, Zumba, Yoga, Nia and more.
James (Jim) Taylor and Ken Lucas were sworn in as members of the South Suburban Board of Directors on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. They will each serve one three-year term after being elected by District residents on May 5, 2020. Taylor and Lucas join current members, Pete Barrett, Dave Lawful and Susan Pye.
Incumbent James (Jim) Taylor and Ken Lucas have each been elected to serve one three-year term on the South Suburban Board of Directors. They will join current board members Pete Barrett, Dave Lawful, and Susan Pye.
Taylor will be serving his second consecutive term. Scott Labrash is term-limited and will retire from the board this month.
The South Suburban Board of Directors approved the continuation of a local disaster emergency within the District, due to the spreading of COVID 19, at their meeting on Wednesday, April 8. The declaration is effective immediately and allows South Suburban to better respond to the pandemic and be eligible for any local, state and federal assistance.
Want to serve on a volunteer committee and have an interest or expertise in art? South Suburban Public Art Committee (SSPAC) invites you to serve as one of its at-large members.
Due to the state of Colorado’s Public Health Order 20-24 mandating the closure of South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s (SSPRD) facilities, and to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the number of polling places for the May 5, 2020, election has changed.
South Suburban wants to keep you healthy during these uncertain times. Our fitness staff has compiled a few of our favorite classes that you can do at home with just a few modifications.
South Suburban Park and Recreation District (SSPRD) is extending its closure of all facilities through April 30 to prevent the spread of COVID-19