Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership Inc

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7350 E 29th Ave Suite 300 Denver CO 80238 USA


The Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership (SCRGP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that, in partnership with the cities of Aurora, Commerce City, and Denver, seeks to preserve, improve, and promote the natural and recreational resources of the Sand Creek Regional Greenway.


In 2012, SCRGP volunteers and students participated in 4529 hours of education and stewardship.

Target demographics:

youth, the environment, and community volunteers

Geographic areas served:

Denver, Aurora, Commerce City


Next Generation Partners- We partner with after school groups that work with wow-income, at-risk middle and high school students, and, at no cost to the students or schools, provide the students with a combination of environmental education, community service, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Neighborhood Partners Environmental Team- Community volunteers meet on the first Saturday of each month to pick-up trash, remove invasive weeds, and perform other necessary trail maintenance.

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

Sand Creek Greenway is a great escape from the hustle of the city! Sometimes I like to just walk on the greenway and forget all of the stressors in my life. The sights and sounds along the trail and just awesome. Being able to hear the running water of the nearby Sand Creek instantly relaxes me. I would recommend SCRGP to anyone looking for a trail urban bike trail.

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