The Park People works to preserve, enhance, and advocate for Denver's parks, recreation resources, open space and urban forest.

We pursue this mission by raising private funds for capital projects of various sizes, parks enhancements, and through our programs: Denver Digs Trees, Mile High Tree Champions, Community Forester and the Park Legacy programs.  


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Want to be kept "in the loop?"  Click to here to be notified when Denver Digs Trees applications are available.

Take good care of your tree! Check out this helpful information: Tree Planting Instructions & Tree Care Guide

Did you know? Ash trees represent ~15% of Denver's 2.2 million trees: Learn about Emerald Ash Borer and what you can do to support our urban canopy

Mark your calendar for summertime fun!  Save Our Sundial Independence Day Family Fun Festival is coming up on Fri, July 1st.  Enjoy games, rides, food trucks, and fireworks - proceeds and donations help restore a priceless Denver community resouce.

A great opportunity for your business... Become a steward of the Denver urban forest: Check out the benefits of being a Mile High Tree Champion




Birds Eye View - Civic Center Park

Above: Birds Eye View - Civic Center Park

Spring Flowers

Above: Spring Flowers

Cheesman Park Pavillion

Above: Cheesman Park Pavillion

Spring Trees Arrive!

Above: Spring Trees Arrive!

Fleming Mansion

Above: Fleming Mansion

West Wash Park Garden

Above: West Wash Park Garden

Play in the Gates Interactive Fountain in City Park

Above: Play in the Gates Interactive Fountain in City Park

Wynken, Blyken, and Nod

Above: Wynken, Blyken, and Nod

Sponsor Highlight  

Thanks to our 2016
Denver Digs Trees sponsors:





Upcoming Events

June 18th


Community Forester Workshop #4: 'ID & Inventory'

July 1st


Save Our Sundial Independence Day Family Fun Festival at Cranmer Park

July 9th


Community Forester Workshop #5: 'Volunteer Leadership & Community Engagement'



What's New

Save the date for the Save Our Sundial - Independence Day Family Fun Festival on Fri, July 1st.

Over 1,400 new trees distributed to the community in 2016 through Denver Digs Trees!

Want to honor a loved one?  Check out the Park Legacy Program.

Denver Digs Trees accepting waitlist applications. Apply for free & low-cost trees

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