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    Stage One Fire Ban Lifted

    The Town of Parker's Office of Emergency Management has lifted the Stage One Fire Ban for the Town of Parker. Read on...
  2. #ChooseParker

    Remember to #ChooseParker

    Earlier this year, the Town announced that we’ve seen a steady decline in sales tax revenue growth. As the year has progressed, this decline has continued and has led to a second round of reductions to the Town’s budget. Read on...
  3. Parkglenn Way Retaining Wall

    Parkglenn Way Retaining Wall Replacement

    Parker residents may have noticed a retaining wall located along the east side of Parkglenn Way north of Plaza Drive in need of replacement. Read on...
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    Three Town Council Seats Open in November Election

    A regular Town Council election will be held on Nov. 6, 2018 to elect three Councilmembers to four-year terms. Serving on the Town Council is a great way to help shape the future of the Parker community! Read on...
  5. Cherry Creek Trail - Soft Surface

    Soft-Surface Trail Section Coming to Cherry Creek Trail

    Based on the popularity of the Town of Parker's trail system, a parallel soft-surface (crusher fines) trail “test section” will be constructed directly adjacent to the existing Cherry Creek Trail, near the Country Meadows community, later this year. Read on...
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  1. Rueter-Hess Reservoir Activities

    Want to learn more about Rueter-Hess Reservoir?

    With growing community interest in the Rueter-Hess Reservoir, we wanted to take this opportunity to share some useful information. Although the reservoir, which is owned and operated by the Parker Water and Sanitation District, is not currently open to the general public, there are opportunities to come out and enjoy the reservoir. Learn more about current opportunities and future plans here.