Open Space Program
Preserving open spaces throughout the city has been a priority in Westminster for more than 26 years. Since 1985, when voters first approved a sales tax specifically earmarked to acquire and maintain open space, the city has bought more than 2,953 acres in all parts of Westminster. These vital open space areas preserve essential view corridors in the city, enhance recreational opportunities for residents through a series of interconnected trails, and sustain a rich variety of plants and wildlife.
The Open Space program operates under the direction of the Open Space Coordinator, Heather Cronenberg, 303-658-2142. For complete information on the open space program, see the Open Space pages on this site.