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We are aware of the issues at Kittredge Park and are working with Jefferson County Open Space to resolve them. The new adjacent property owner believes they own the land next to the park (that provides access to the creek), and have taken actions to... Read on...
The Evergreen Park and Recreation District Board of Directors is pleased to announce Cory Vander Veen as EPRD’s next Executive Director. Read on...
Join us on Wednesday evenings, 7-8 PM on June 8, 15, 22 and 29 for wine and ukulele lessons! Read on...
The Evergreen Lake North Trail Project was created in response to the Spring 2016 closure of the trail along State Highway 74 on the north side of Evergreen Lake between Upper Bear Creek Road and Evergreen Dam. Read on...
Kingsley Rodriguez - Basketball
Kingsley is one of the most outgoing people in Evergreen, so it’s no wonder he fits right in at Wulf Recreation Center. Whether Kingsley is lifting weights or playing basketball, you can always find him striking up a conversation. “It’s all about the social element,” says the 24 year old member since January of 2022. Kingsley moved to Evergreen after a season spent exploring Alaska! He recently hit his weight loss goal, and celebrated by shooting hoops at Wulf with his community!
“I just love talking to the different people here, and how everyone comes from different walks of life. Some members are just starting their fitness journey, others have been members for years. But all members have a unique story to share.” - K Rodriguez.
Check out Wulf’s Gymnasium Schedule for Drop In Basketball days and times.
2022 Board of Directors Election
The 2022 EPRD Board Election was held on Tuesday, May 3 between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM at Wulf and Buchanan Park Recreation Centers.
Evergreen Park and Recreation District is pleased to announce the preliminary results for the election of three members to EPRD's Board of Directors: Betsy Hays received 1161 votes, Peter Eggers received 1023 votes and Mary McGhee received 508 votes. These three were the top vote-getters in a field of eight candidates. Other candidates were Kristin Courington with 489 votes, Al Buenning with 380 votes, Chris Lewis with 374 votes, Jeff Shappard with 319 votes and James Steven Beck with 157 votes.
Official results will be announced May 17, due to requirements of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, which mandates a later deadline to receive absentee ballots from uniformed and overseas citizens eligible to vote in the EPRD Board election. After the official results have been certified on May 17, our candidates will be notified if a recount is required.
Results are also posted on our EPRD Board of Directors page!
Rec Center Spotlight:
EPRD's New Gymnastics Floor at WRC
Did you know that EPRD installed a new gymnastics carpet at Wulf Recreation Center? Purple was the obvious choice for the new floor, as it matches our competitive team’s leotards! Luckily, our floor boards and springs were still in great shape, and only the carpet and foam needed to be replaced. Some of the old carpet’s bonded foam was also in good shape, so our team was able to repurpose several pieces. This process enabled us to build an even surface for optimal gymnastics training. It took three days to complete the carpet replacement, which was last replaced in 2013. The new carpet was purchased from TC Gym Supply, which would not have been possible without funding from the Lightningboltz Team Booster Club and the district’s Capital Improvement Project fund. Thank you EPRD gymnastics and maintenance staff for working hard to complete this project!