Coming up in mid-October
Show this flyer (print/phone) and get 20% off the greens fee!
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the park that is maintained and operated by the City’s Parks and Recreation Department. It now hosts more than 65 major events on the field each year.
The Consulate General from Denver was there to offer the cherry tree.
Repairs should be complete in approximately two weeks.
Open Space Visitor Center Call for Gallery Exhibit Proposals
Save the River - Scoop the Poop
Bud Warren and Lady Dog Park at Country Meadows Park
Remembering Tony Barron, Bosque Preservationist, 1953 - 2015.
Take some time to watch them do their thing – what a great learning moment for urban kids who may be suffering from a lack of connection to their natural world.
Coronado dog park will be closed from Monday, June 22 through Friday, June 26
Open to all Military Personnel, active and retired. Ages 18 years and up. Registration open until event fills.
ANDERSON HEIGHTS PARK
Volunteers planted a total 998 willow whips, 784 cottonwoods, and 176 shrubs this year.
The Google Street View Trekker has captured images of some of Albuquerque's favorite trails.
The Open Space Newsletter spring edition with a message from the Open Space Alliance, a preview of the Summer Series and the ever popular Duende's Onion!
Project kicks off first phase of creating an activity loop around the City.
Great News! The Open Space Division will be constructing and installing the first permanent toilet at a West Side Rio Grande Access Site starting Monday March 23, 2015.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District began construction work in the Rio Grande Valley State Park on the Oxbow Restoration project in early 2015 near Coors and Namaste.
The finalized SWCA Environmental Monitoring Plan and Baseline Data Report including published response to public comment is now available.
Tree City USA communities have demonstrated a commitment to caring for and managing their public trees
"Are you tough as nails? Would you rather sleep on a bed of pine needles than a mattress? Do you find video games pointless and shopping malls stupid? Do you march to the beat of your own drummer? Did you make the drum yourself? If so, you just might have what it takes to be a Swanson." - (NBC)Parks and Recreation Ron Swanson ad
PARCH is a group exhibition exploring the nature of Water. Water has a transformational quality, carving the political and physical landscapes of our world.
Special thanks to our Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Maintenance Division who work even harder during snow days. Keep up the good work!
The City of Albuquerque's Open Space Division and Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Water Authority are undertaking a habitat restoration project in the area near the Paseo del Norte Bridge.
Welcome to 2015! A message from Mayor Richard J. Berry.
Paseo del Bosque and other trails are featured in this recent article by "On the Commons" Magazine.
Employee of the Week: Alessandra Fernandez
A draft final of the Rio Grande Valley State Park, Central to Montaño Project: Environmental Monitoring Plan and Baseline Data Report is now available.