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Ute Valley Photo by Chuck Sale

Ute Valley Photo by Chuck Sale

The Friends of Ute Valley Park is a volunteer organization committed to the maintenance and preservation of Ute Valley Park in alignment with the goals and master plan of the City of Colorado Springs Parks and Recreation Department. Please like us on Facebook. And sign up for the Friends newsletter.

Ute Valley Park grows again.

Ute Valley Park open space has grown by 110 acres, the city of Colorado Springs announced Friday.

The newly-conserved tract adds approximately 200 acres of open space on the east side of Ute Valley Park, which is approximately 300 acres. The property was purchased from Hewlett Packard in 2013, and it has been conserved as open space forever thanks to a conservation easement held by Palmer Land Trust.

Preservation funding came from the Trust for Public Land, Great Outdoors Colorado, Friends of Ute Valley Park and Lyda Hill.

Help Ute Valley Park

We’ve reached our goal of raising $50k for acquiring the HP property and another $50k for ongoing maintenance. However we still need your support as we work to take care of our park. Help us now by donating. volunteering or by attending a fundraiser. See the events page for upcoming fundraisers and volunteer opportunities.