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All classes and programs have pre-set registrations dates that are in session for either a week or month at a time (for youth sports). Due to COVID-19, the Parks office is closed to the public. Future registrations will be done online only. This way you can register 24/7, seven days a week, at any time of day or night.
The Parks office is generally open until 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. If something comes up after this time, still call the office at 547-7400 and listen to any information messages regarding classes or programs.
If there is bad weather......snow/ice storm, thunder and lightening, etc. The Parks department will address those concerns on the information line on our telephone messaging system. We will call the coaches or teachers to relay messages, or you can opt in to received these messages on our Pueblo West Metro District website to become informed by email or text.
We do not have a 2-hr delay. Classes will start as normal for our programs and classes.
The Parks and Recreation office is located at 340 E. Hahns Peak Ave., in Lovell Park. Due to COVID-19 the office is currently closed to the public. We are still here working from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our phone number is 719-547-7400.
The department is one of the five services that the Pueblo West Metropolitan District offers to Pueblo West. We are not affiliated with Lake Pueblo State Park or the Pueblo Parks and Recreation.
When completing a registration form on-line there is a box to check if you want to coach. There are some requirements to become a coach and you can find that on the volunteer coach application at https://pueblowestmetro.com/193/Volunteer-Coach-Application-Form under Parks and Recreation page.