Carr Park takes its name from Byron Leander Carr (1842-1899) and his wife, Mary Lord Pease Carr (1837-1933). Mr. Carr was a school teacher and attorney who settled in Longmont in 1871. He later served on the Colorado Constitutional Convention and as Attorney General for the new state of Colorado. Mrs.
Callahan House rental includes whole House, House and Garden and Auto House, Auto House only, or Meeting Room only. Click for Catering and Facilities Information. The Callahan House is a historically designated home given to the City of Longmont in 1938 by honest and skillful merchants, Alice and Thomas Callahan.
Roosevelt Park, presumably named for President Theodore Roosevelt after his visit to Longmont in 1900, is one of the original parks planned by the Chicago-Colorado Colony. Covering three city blocks, the land was purchased in 1871 by J.M. Mumford for $2.48 at a tax sale and donated to the City in 1892.
Collyer Park was developed around 1871 on a full city block and is 4 acres in size. In 1920 the City built a bandstand in Collyer Park where the high school bands gave weekly concerts in the summer. In 1969, the bandstand was taken down. Situated in the Historic East Side Neighborhood, this park hosts many neighborhood activities.
Dizzy Fun Center is centrally located in Longmont Colorado for your family birthday parties, team celebrations and other group parties. Our indoor laser tag center is second to none, along with a variety of other fun attractions guaranteed to entertain for hours.
In October 2014, the City of Longmont received a Starburst Community Award from the Colorado Lottery for phase 1 of Dry Creek Community Park. Colorado Lottery Starburst Awards recognize excellence in the use of Lottery proceeds in community projects implemented to enhance a community's environment.
With a magnificent view of Longs Peak and the Front Range, Golden Ponds park features 94 acres with 56 acres of water surface in four ponds. The park is a trailhead to the western end of the St.Vrain Greenway and has 2.6 miles of park trails, an ADA-accessible fishing pier, two restrooms and nine picnic shelters.
Longmont’s new resident brochure provides all the information that new and current residents need about government services including utility billing, Longmont Power & Communications, trash and recycling, recreation, senior services, library and public safety.
Lagerman Agricultural Preserve The western end of the reservoir is closed for nesting birds until August 31. Lagerman Agricultural Preserve, formerly Lagerman Reservoir, is a place enjoyed by anglers, birders, boaters, picnickers, and dog-walkers.
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Lake McIntosh is a reservoir and as such is part of the statewide ditch and reservoir system. Each year, the water level in Lake McIntosh is dependent on system-wide priorities and weather factors such as snowpack and precipitation. Park Rules. Lake Hours - one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset. Carry-on, non-motorized boats only.
Celebrate LGBTQ+ Month and Longmont Pride Week at the Library Healthy and happy families come in a wide variety of forms, sizes, and colors, and the Library is celebrating all of those families with another “Rainbow Storytime” on Monday, June 18, from 6 to 6:30 pm.
Old Mill Park is an area which the St. Vrain Historical Society has developed into a historic park on land that was the site of the town's second flour mill. In this park are, at present, the Townley House, the Hubbard House, the Hauck Milk House, the Affolter Cabin, the Mill Pond. the Billings Cabin and the Secor Centennial Garden.
In 1995 the western property was purchased from Willis and Alberta Marlatt and added to Pella Crossing. The Name This spot, called “Laramie Crossing” in 1860s, is where the Overland Trail stagecoach crossed the St. Vrain Creek en route from Denver to Laramie, Wyoming.
Longmont Colorado Basketball Courts , Longmont Colorado Parks , Longmont Colorado Playgrounds , Longmont Colorado Roller-Hockey Courts Rothrock Dell Park is located in Longmont, Colorado next door to Rocky Mountain Elementary School along the Oligarchy Greenway.
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Stephen Day Park is on the corner of East Mountain View Avenue and Deerwood Drive, south of Fall River Elementary School. The park was named in honor of Stephen Day, a local Vietnam war veteran who won a distinguished service award and a Bronze Star.