Citywide Park District
(As of January 13, 2014)
City Council created a City-wide Park District as a way to help fund over $9 million in deferred park maintenance to our infrastructure and improve our ongoing park maintenance in the future. The new district generates approximately $1.9 million annually. Our top needs were identified through a city-wide statistically valid citizen survey, discussions with major park user groups (Billings Little League, Amend Park Development Council, Billings Softball Association, and Billings Tennis Association), the Parks, Recreation and Cemetery Board and the Billings Parks, Recreation and Public Lands Department staff.
2013 Deferred Maintenance Projects – All Projects have been completed or are underway.
Replace waterslides at Rose Pool – Completed
Remodel 6 park restrooms – Under Construction
Stewart Park Remodel
North Park Remodel
Veterans Park Remodel
- Optimist Park
- Pioneer Park
- Gorham Park
Install 3 new park restrooms – under construction