Park Planning & Development

Fort Collins has over 925 acres of developed parkland including 7 community parks and 43 neighborhood/pocket parks. Over 35 miles of paved trails connect our community.

The Park Planning & Development Department is responsible for the long-range acquisition and development of parks and trails. The staff designs, oversees park construction, and reviews developments within residential and commercial areas. The Department is working hard to provide more parks and a more extensive trail system to bring residents closer to the beauty that inspired them to call Fort Collins home.


Fort Collins has over 925 acres of developed parkland including 7 community parks and 43 neighborhood/pocket parks. Over 35 miles of paved trails connect our community.

The Park Planning & Development Department is responsible for the long-range acquisition and development of parks and trails. The staff designs, oversees park construction, and reviews developments within residential and commercial areas. The Department is working hard to provide more parks and a more extensive trail system to bring residents closer to the beauty that inspired them to call Fort Collins home.


  • Trail Head Park

    by abierbower, 7 months ago
    Trail head

    The future Trailhead Neighborhood Park will be 5.6 acres, offering recreational opportunities to the surrounding neighborhoods.

    Tell us what features you would like to see!


    The future Trailhead Neighborhood Park will be 5.6 acres, offering recreational opportunities to the surrounding neighborhoods.

    Tell us what features you would like to see!


  • Sugar Beet Park

    by abierbower, 5 months ago
    Expark
    Streets Park is a new neighborhood park planned near the intersection of Vine Drive and Lemay Avenue at the former site of the Great Western Sugar Company. The park will feature a picnic pavilion, playground, open turf field, and pollinator garden.



    Streets Park is a new neighborhood park planned near the intersection of Vine Drive and Lemay Avenue at the former site of the Great Western Sugar Company. The park will feature a picnic pavilion, playground, open turf field, and pollinator garden.