Keep Park Hill green The Park Hill Golf Course provides 155 acres of green, open space in our Denver community. That’s 155 acres of clean air and water, greater sustainability, potential …
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The Park Hill Golf Course provides 155 acres of green, open space in our Denver community. That’s 155 acres of clean air and water, greater sustainability, potential recreation, placemaking, community-building, protected habitat and history. As a golf course, the space isn’t viable given the usership numbers, but as a public park and dedicated openspace, this land will continue to support a thriving community and add to our long history of outdoorsmanship and good stewardship of our public lands.
The Denver City Council has a decision to make about the future of Park Hill Golf Course that will shape this neighborhood and the trajectory of our city for a generation. Keep Park Hill green and defend our city in a park!
Goldsmith neighborhood, Denver
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