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Awarded Grants

Congratulations to the 2016 Grant Award Recipients

Standard Grants

  • $400,000 to City of Littleton for Phase I River Integration and Hudson Gardens
  • $282,029 to City of Littleton for Runyon Elementary School Playground Renovation
  • $236,800 to City of Englewood for Rotolo Park Playground Renovation
  • $200,000 to City of Aurora for Aurora Sports Park Expansion Pedestrian and Traffic Safety
  • $187,500 to City of Greenwood Village for Greenwood Gulch Trail Crossing Improvement
  • $90,900 to City of Englewood for Englewood Parks Gateway Enhancements Phase II
  • $400,000 to South Suburban Park and Recreation District for Charlie Emley Park Improvements
  • $400,000 to South Suburban Park and Recreation District for Sterne Park Playground and Restroom Renovation
  • $$137,252 to City of Aurora for Citywide Trail Amenities and Wayfinding Improvements Phase I–Toll Gate Creek
  • $304,000 to Cherry Creek Vista Park and Recreation District for Windemere Park Construction

Planning Grants

  • $56,700 to Town of Bennett for Kiowa Creek Trail Planning Phase II
  • $24,200 to Byers Park and Recreation District for Byers Community Park Renovation Phase III
  • $50,000 to City of Sheridan for Phase II Planning Grant for Bear Creek Trail/Lowell Blvd Crossing
  • $50,000 to City of Centennial for Open Space, Trails and Recreation Master Plan Update
  • $45,000 to Cherry Creek Vista Park and Recreation District for Cherry Creek Vista II Park Site Plan

Small Grants

  • $40,000 to City of Cherry Hills Village for High Line Canal Trail Connection
  • $35,000 to City of Greenwood Village for Outdoor Exercise Equipment for Seniors
  • $27,000 to City of Cherry Hills Village for  High Line Canal Trail Resurfacing

Trails Grants

  • $250,000 to City of Englewood for Northwest Greenbelt Trail Connection Project
  • $129,375 to South Suburban Park and Recreation District for Phase II River Integration at Hudson Gardens
  • $500,000 to City of Aurora for Triple Creek Trailhead Construction
  • $60,193 to Copperleaf Metropolitan District #2 for Copperleaf Trails Planning Project

See the map of the awarded projects here.

 


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Lindsey Miller, Grants Program Administrator
 
720-874-6724