Things to do in Parker this week

Things to do in Parker

Monday, Jan. 19

Town Hall Closed –  Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Nothing But Net Basketball Fundamentals Camp

Tuesday, Jan. 20

Parker Town Council Meeting

Adult Spring Sports Registration Opens

Thursday, Jan. 22

Planning Commission Meeting

Friday, Jan. 23

The Wizard of Oz 

Saturday, Jan. 24

Breakfast in Oz

The Wizard of Oz

Saturday Skate Night

Sunday, Jan. 25

The Wizard of Oz

Two-Hour Cycle

Free Christmas Tree Recycling Ends

Monday, Jan. 26

Parker Town Council Study Session

 Tuesday, Jan. 27

Youth Spring Sports Registration Opens

Wednesday, Jan. 28

Kids Zone – Princess Tea Party

Thursday, Jan. 29

Parker Teen Court Open House

Friday, Jan. 30

The Wizard of Oz

Saturday, Jan. 31

The Wizard of Oz

Youth Enrichment: Babysitting

Sunday, Feb. 1         

The Wizard of Oz

Monday, Feb. 2

Parker Town Council Meeting

Wednesday, Feb. 4

Kids Zone – Teddy Bear Picnic   

Town Events Calendar

Next Parker Town Council Meeting –Jan. 20                                                                                   

Town Hall Closed Monday: Parker Town Hall will be closed Monday, Jan. 19 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

Partnership Formed to Preserve Parker Call-n-Ride:  The Parker Call-n-Ride service will remain in 2015 thanks to the collaborative partnership between the Town of Parker, Douglas County and the Regional Transportation District (RTD). Read on… 

Don’t Forget to Shovel this Winter: The Town would like to remind residents that it is the homeowner’s responsibility to remove snow and ice from all sidewalks adjacent to their property within 48 hours of the end of any snow, sleet or freezing rain. Read on…

Teen Court Open House Set for Jan. 29:Parker Teen Court is hosting its annual open house for potential program applicants on Thursday, Jan. 29. Read on…

Free Christmas Tree Recycling UntilJan. 25: The Town’s free annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program for Parker residents runs through Jan. 25 at the east paved Salisbury Park ballfields parking lot. Read on…

Make Your Fitness and Wellness Resolutions: Let Parker Parks and Recreation help you reach your fitness and wellness goals this year! Read On

Youth Enrichment Helps Kids Become Better Students: Study Smarter and ACT Test Prep courses through Parker Parks and Recreation begin Feb. 4 at the Mainstreet Center. Read on…

Parker Police Host Access & Functional Needs Academy: This program is specifically designed for individuals with special needs to learn more about local law enforcement. Read on…

Sign Up for CodeRED Emergency Notifications: Life can change at a moment’s notice, so it’s important for emergency response personnel to be able to connect with residents during an emergency. Read on…

New Parks and Recreation Mobile App Launched: Parker Parks and Recreation is excited to announce the launch of a new mobile app, available for both Apple and Android! Read on…

Cram the Cruiser to Prevent Hunger:The Parker Police Department and Parker Parks and Recreation are proud to team up with Santa to help feed those in need! Read on…

Town Council Meetings
Attending Council meetings is an effective way to make your voice heard in your community and stay informed about what’s going on in Parker. Council meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend. Regular Council meetings are held at Town Hall, 20120 E. Mainstreet, on the first and third Monday of each month, holidays excepted, at 7 p.m.

Town Council meeting agendas can be found online at Time is allowed at each Council meeting for public comments on any topic of community interest that is not already on the agenda. Even if you do not wish to speak, attending these meetings is a great way to find out what is happening in your community. Public hearings on various topics are also held at Town Council meetings, during which community members are invited to provide feedback.

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Planning Commission Meetings
The Planning Commission holds public hearings on a variety of land use and related development issues. Regular Planning Commission meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Planning Commission agendas can be found online at

Community Events
The Town offers a large variety of community events and activities at low or no cost to the community. To see what is coming up, visit our online community calendar at

Contact Your Mayor or Town Council
The Parker Mayor and Councilmembers welcome your concerns and ideas. These individuals may be reached by email at, by phone at 303.841.0353 or by mail at 20120 E. Mainstreet, Parker, CO 80138. To read more about the Town Councilmembers, visit

Town Commissions
Each year the Town Council appoints a variety of citizen commissions and task forces to advise them about various issues in the Parker community. Learn more at

For more information, please contact the Town at 303.841.0353 or

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