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Rangers & Open Space Maintenance



Park Rangers help monitor and protect natural resources through resource monitoring projects and enforcement of open space regulations. Our park rangers regularly come to the rescue for fish, birds, people and pets. Whether at a reservoir, a trail or open space, or at a developed park, the Rangers are available to provide public safety services, resource protection, and enforcement, when necessary.

Contact Aurora Park Rangers at 303-326-8430, 7 days a week.

Field and Trees


The Open Space & Natural Resources Maintenance Operations group are responsible for year round routine upkeep and improvement projects on city-owned open space, natural areas, vacant lands and trails. Additionally the city's reservoir recreation facilities, nature centers, dog parks, archery ranges, rodeo arena and some undeveloped rights-of-way, are under the maintenance of this group. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, boating, wildlife watching or any other activity at these locations and facilities, this is the group that creates safe and healthy environments for your active lifestyle.

Learn more about Open Space Maintenance: 
Native Grass Conservation Areas ‚Äč
Urban Mosquito Safety and Awareness 
Myrtle Spurge Removal
Park Pet Etiquette

Contact Maintenance at 303.699.3904.

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