apex park & recreation district

General Information: The Apex Park & Recreation District (i.e. “Apex District”) was created in 1956. With a few exceptions, the Apex District's boundaries are Sheridan Boulevard on the east, Clear Creek and 52nd Avenue on the south, Highway 93 on the west and the Boulder/Broomfield county line on the north. The District manages over a dozen park and recreation facilities and employs nearly 900 people. Facilities managed by the District include the following:
  • Apex Center
  • Apex Field House
  • Apex Tennis Center
  • Community Recreation Center
  • Fitzmorris Recreation Center
  • George Meyers Swimming Center
  • Indian Tree Golf Club
  • Lake Arbor Center and Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Field Rentals
  • Racquetball and Fitness Center
  • Secrest Recreation Center
  • Simms Street Recreation Center
District Oversight: The five-member Apex District Board meets twice per month to review and approve the District’s operations and finances.
Property Tax Usage: Approximately 45% of the Apex District's operations is funded from property taxes with the remainder of its operations funded from program fees, facility fees and grants.
External Website: Click  HERE to open the Apex Park & Recreation District's website.
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