• 19 Jul 2020 10:12 AM | Wendy Venturella (Administrator)

    Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) informed us that Berwick Electric will be installing the 5 pathway lights between the parking lot and the west side of the MVP courts on Tuesday, July 21st. The walkway on the west side will be closed while they use a lift to place the light poles on the pedestals.  To access the courts, please use the trail on the east side of the courts.  There is only one gate to enter on the east side.

    On Wednesday they may need to close the trail on the east side to continue the wire installation which will be done by the end of next week. 

    We want everyone to stay safe so please follow the instructions.

    PPPA Board of Directors


  • 30 Jun 2020 3:19 PM | Wendy Venturella (Administrator)

    Mayor Suthers and PRCS Director, Karen Paulus, held an event to commemorate the first completed project paid for by the 2B TABOR Retention funds. The lights on the pickleball courts at Monument Valley Park are getting good use and we are grateful to the voters of Colorado Springs!  See the news coverage here.


  • 4 Jun 2020 5:49 PM | Wendy Venturella (Administrator)

    Based on new guidelines from the Governor’s office, PRCS is opening all courts to the public. Social distancing should still be followed but the restriction of playing only singles and with members of your residence is no longer in effect. This is from the State’s website on guidelines for Personal Recreation:

    Parks

    ·       Playgrounds may be open to up to 10 people at a time – consider signage with the capacity limit and spacing recommendations.

    ·       Post signage throughout the area reminding individuals to stay at least 6 feet away from members of other households.

    ·       Outdoor sports facilities for individual (non-league) use (e.g., tennis courts, basketball courts, pickleball courts, bike tracks, motocross tracks, fields) may be open to up to 25 people at a time per court or per field.

    ·       Clean frequently touched areas as often is feasible (e.g., park benches or playground equipment).

    ·       Space out visitor attendance by extending operating hours or limiting capacity whenever possible.


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