Live, Learn and Play Well
No matter the season, there is always plenty happening in Englewood. From concerts and art exhibitions to recreational events and family programs, there's something for everyone.
Damaged tree branches from April 17 wind storm
Many homeowners may have damaged tree branches from the April 17th wind storm. Attached is information from the Colorado State Forest Service on how to safely deal with those storm-damaged trees. Contact your waste disposal company to see what they require in the disposal of tree branches. Remember, most importantly is that you stay safe. If the job requires more than you can handle, contact a licensed arborist to do the work.
For a complete list of licensed arborists in the City of Englewood click here. Note that any person/company who does tree removal and trimming within the City of Englewood is required to have a license. Please be cautious any time you are approached by a tree company who offers to work on your trees. Before any work is done, it is important that you verify they are licensed and insured.
Arbor Day Tree Sale
The City of Englewood is celebrating Arbor Day with a tree sale opened to all Englewood residents. Proof of residency required. Trees are $35/each. Limit of one tree per household.
- Saturday, April 21st, 8am until trees are gone
- Cushing Park, 700 W. Dartmouth Ave.
Looking for a fun summer job?
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Library is hiring for the summer season. Applications are being accepted for lifeguards, various positons at Broken Tee Golf Course and Pirates Cove, parks and golf maintenance, summer camp, Belleview Farm and more!
Click here to see what positions are available and to apply online.
Check our Calendar of Events for upcoming meetings and events and visit the links to the left for other Englewood happenings.