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Welcome to Carson City Parks, Recreation, and Open Space

The mission of Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space is
to provide exceptional parks, open space, and diverse recreational opportunities to
enhance the quality of life in Carson City, while preserving our natural resources for
future generations.

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    Learn about community based programs, educational opportunities, events, facilities, activities for all ages and more. Tour the interactive guide, download or print. This guide is made possible through agency partnerships and community contributions.

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    If you’re interested in volunteering, adopting a trail, or making a difference in your community, Parks, Recreation and Open Space provide many opportunities to get involved. Providing feedback is another simple way you can make a big difference.

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    In October 2018, Carson City became the 76th Bee City USA affiliate in the nation, and the first in the state – setting an example for the rest of Nevada to choose to promote pollinator populations too.

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    Check out programs and highlights from the 2018 year!

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Ross Gold Park Pond Renovations

Post Date:07/07/2009

ROSS GOLD PARK POND UNDERGOING RENOVATIONS THIS SUMMER

The Carson City Parks and Recreation Department is preparing for work to be done to install the infrastructure of an irrigation pumping system in the pond at Ross Gold Park. In order to facilitate this work, the pond must be drained and City crews are allowing the pond to evaporate and will then pump out any remaining water.

The pond is temporarily fenced and the public is being asked to stay clear of the pond to ensure everyone’s safety. During this project all waterfowl have been safely relocated and are being cared for. The public can be assured the ducks and geese will return once the work is completed and the pond is filled back up again.

For further information, call Scott Fahrenbruch, Director of Operations, at 887-2262, Extension 30340.

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