In March 2019 local artists chosen by the Public Art Committee display their work at various South Suburban facilities.
Being a teenager in today’s world is tough. It’s tougher still trying to successfully navigate the often exciting, yet sometimes tumultuous teen years. South Suburban is supporting youth in the community with two classes that help teens positively deal with their emotions, get physically active and learn more about their brain and body health.
Meet our 2019 Youth Commission!
The South Platte Working Group, in partnership with South Suburban Parks and Recreation and others, is conducting the South Platte Connections Study to identify ways to improve bicycle and pedestrian connections to the South Platte River/Mary Carter Greenway Trail. Join us at one of two open houses to provide input.
There’s an easy way to stretch dollars to purchase equipment, complete a project or make improvements to a South Suburban park or property.
Come provide input at the High Line Canal Conservacy's open houses.
Explore new fitness opportunities at the free, group fitness tri-athlon at three recreation centers the week of January 14.
Start off the new year by viewing local artist's exhibits at South Suburban facilities.
In 2019 we offer classes and programs for your mind and body to stay healthy.
South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) is hosting a lifeguard hiring and testing event on Saturday, December 22 at Lone Tree Recreation Center, 10249 RidgeGate Circle, from 12 - 2 p.m. and at the Goodon Recreation Center, 6615 South University Boulevard, from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Come prepared to do a swim test. Bring a bathing suit, towel and goggles. Registration is not necessary.