Town Park Master Plan

We are Completing the Town Park Master Plan!


Town Park is the community's largest park consisting of 22 acres of public land. The park includes sports field and courts, the recreation center, and 4 acres of maintained natural area. The park also encompasses the Transit Station/ Information Center and is the primary location of day skier parking for Snowmass mountain. Town Park provides essential spaces for recreation and retreat for the community and plays host to some of Snowmass Village's premier special events such as the Balloon Festival and the JAS Labor Day Experience. 

Town Park has the opportunity to become an even better amenity for the residents of Snowmass Village by more effectively utilizing the space available. The master plan update is being guided by the 2016 Parks, Open Space, Trails & Recreation (POSTR) Plan.  This plan included extensive community outreach, and provides clear goals and objectives for further developing the park.


The new Town Park master plan will more efficiently utilize space to enhance Town Park as a beautiful, engaging destination offering fun for all ages on property already owned by the Town of Snowmass Village. This plan will also beautify the entry to Snowmass by improving town property adjacent to the roundabout and along Brush Creek Road.

What we are doing:

Below is an outline of the steps we are taking to create the final master plan

  • Site Analysis – Complete!
  • Create Design Options – Complete!
  • Synthesize Final Design Option – To be completed October, 2019
  • Present Final Design Option – To be completed November, 2019

How can you participate?

  • Check back at on this page to see our progress! Links to the documents associated with each phase of work will be posted here as they are completed.
  • Stay tuned for the date of our public presentation of the final plan in October!
  • Let us know what you think! This master plan is leveraging the significant public input associated with the 2016 POSTR plan and recent Community Survey. However, if you have additional comments please contact Andy Worline with Snowmass Parks, Recreation, and Trails.