Facilities Page

Park Shelters and Community Center

The Town of Hillrose has several facilities that may be used for personal, community and organizational functions. Some Town equipment may also be used by individuals or organizations as well, such as stackable chairs and tables, charity jail, display booth, the dunk tank and more.  Visit the Clerk's Page or contact Town Hall for more information and request forms.

The Town cannot rent facilities at this time, following the Governor's public accomodation shut-down.
Thank you for your understanding in our efforts to slow the COVID-19 spread.

Hillrose Estates - Petteys Memorial Park

Located at the intersection of Rose and Clifford Streets, this park is a great place to have a get-together or just spend some time with the kids!

There are:
•  three shelters, one with an electrical outlet
•  a playground with swings, slide, merry-go-round, climbing activities, sand play area and fenced from
    the streets
•  a baseball diamond, bases available on request
•  a basketball court
•  volleyball court
•  horse shoe pits
•  an ADA restroom with a potable drinking water fountain
•  nice turf and easy access to the Volunteer Rose Trail open space area

For get-togethers, reservations are not required but are encouraged.  Those with reservations will have priority, so call Town Hall to lock in your function dates!  There are NO fees to use the park or facilities.  There is a $5 charge if you wish to use the electricity in the main shelter.

Hillrose Memorial Community Center

Also known as Town Hall, this facility is located at 315B Emerson Street.  ADA accessible, it can be rented for retreats, banquets, weddings, receptions, family reunions, graduations, indoor garage sales, and much, much more!

It has a spacious meeting area and an incredible kitchen!  There is everything you need for a sit down dinner for 75 people.

The Community Center is available for rent at the following rates, per 4 hour use:

Minimal kitchen use-
•  $50 for Town and immediate area residents, double for non-area residents
     •  Coffee pots, dishes, silverware, punch bowls, etc., (drink ware is limited)

Full kitchen use -
•  $100 for Town and immediate area residents , double + ($100 deposit) for non-area residents
     •  everything above, plus -
     •  two ovens
     •  one stovetop
     •  numerous microwave ovens
     •  roasters
     •  pots and pans
     •  utensils
     •  refrigerator

Highway 6 Roadside Park

Looking for a great place to stop and rest for a moment before continuing on your journey?  Or maybe meet some one on their way?  Check out the roadside park at the intersection of US Highway 6 and Emerson Street.

Volunteer Rose Trail Open Space

Locally referred to as the Old Beaver Creek bottom, the Volunteer Rose Trail Open Space was acquired by the Town using a Great Outdoors Colorado grant.  It is located at the south end of Beaver Street, and west of the Hillrose Estates - Petteys Memorial Park.

It's a nice place to take a short walk, watch some birds, or maybe even spot a fox or two.  Even though it is open space, there is no hunting and dogs must be kept on a leash.  With Town permission, dead wood may be harvested for firewood.  The cutting of live trees is prohibited.

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