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Tell us about your favorite park or trail and what we can do to improve your experiences in them.
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Updated: October 1st
Salt Lake County has dedicated the newly reopened Evergreen park located next to the new Millcreek Community Center (2266 east Evergreen ave East Millcreek).
The park bond which will complete the Jordan River Trail and other projects is on the ballot for Nov. 6th. For more information and public meeting dates, times and places please look here.
Let us know what you think about the bond on the new Salt Lake County Public Forum topic by clicking here!
Salt Lake County maintains 109 parks, over 100 miles of trails, approximately 7,000 acres of green space and over 20 recreational facilities across the entire Salt Lake Valley from Draper to Rose Park, where we are still "Improving Lives Through People, Parks and Play." Learn more about Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation here.