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SSPR adopts 2017 Master Plan

Jul 2017

On May 10, the South Suburban Board of Directors formally adopted the District’s 2017 Master Plan. The 2017 Master Plan supports a critical opportunity for South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) to build off the energy of [read more…]

Progress Park to get major improvements

Jul 2017

Progress Park, a 23.36 acre-park owned by the City of Littleton and managed by South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR), will soon undergo construction for improvements. The park currently has athletic fields, parking, the Big [read more…]

Charley Emley Park upgrades coming

Jul 2017

This fall improvements to Charley Emley Park will begin. Changes will include upgrades to the playground as well as the basketball and tennis courts. South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) plans to renovate the existing [read more…]

Bowles Grove Park improvements coming

Jul 2017

With help from the Arapahoe County Open Space Grant Program, the City of Littleton and  South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) will soon begin improvements on Bowles Grove Park.  A $300,000 grant in addition to [read more…]

New Big Dry Creek East trailhead

May 2017

Cyclists, runners, and walkers can now enjoy a new, formal trailhead for the Big Dry Creek Trail just west of South Washington Street and East Powers Avenue. Amenities include a shelter, picnic table, and trash receptacle. [read more…]

Wayfinding sign system installed

May 2017

Navigating the popular Mary Carter Greenway Trail and surroundings areas has become easier than ever thanks to the new Wayfinding sign project. The new signs will not only increase safety, but they will also promote [read more…]

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