The Town of Estes Park's Parks Division is responsible for the maintenance, renovation, and management of all Town-owned park land. The Parks Division crew consists of 5 full-time employees and 12 seasonal workers.
Each year the Parks Division plants more than 38,000 annual flowers and 8,000 perennial flowers; and manages and maintains all the Town right-of-way and park trees, 3 acres of turf, 32 irrigation systems, 53 flower beds, 12 bronze statues, both bronze sculptures and 6 bronze Armed Services plaques at Veterans Monument Park, 14 bronze benches located along the Riverwalk, and 12 hidden bronze pikas. The Parks staff cares for all Town-owned property grounds, some of which include the Estes Park Museum properties, Estes Park Visitor Center, the parking structure, and Stanley Park Fairgrounds; open spaces; and 16.4 miles of trails. Additionally, the staff keeps all downtown areas clean and tidy, and assists with snow removal during the winter and spring.