THE CONSERVATORY HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION
Playground/Pavilion next to the pool
This playground is the only playground in The Conservatory that is owned and maintained by the Homeowner's Association. The surface of the play area was replaced in 2017 for the safety of the children of The Conservatory.
CONSERVATORY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT
Conservatory Common Areas
You will find 18 Dog:Pot Stations in the neighborhood for your convenience. You can get a clean plastic bag to hold your dog's refuse and dispose of used bags in the receptacle. These stations are owned and maintained by the Conservatory Metropolitan District and emptied every two weeks.
Pet owners are strongly encouraged to help maintain a clean environment by collecting their pet’s waste and discarding used pet waste bags only in the Dog: Pot stations. Pets must be leashed and under control within the community. Please be a courteous neighbor by keeping your dog leashed and pick up after your pet.
Plot J Tot Lot
This playground area is located between Conservatory Parkway and S. Lisbon Way. It is maintained by the Conservatory Metropolitan District.
CITY OF AURORA PARKS WITHIN THE CONSERVATORY
This 4.3 acre park is located directly across from the Community Center at 2675 S. Conservatory Parkway. It is owned and maintained by the city of Aurora. This park has a picnic shelter, a playground, and access to the Conservatory West Trail.
BLUE GRAMA GRASS PARK
Located at 3323 S. Jericho Way. This 1 acre park has a playground and a picnic area. It is owned and maintained by the city of Aurora.
WILLOW BEND PARK
This .3 acre park is located at 20646 E. Eastman Ave. This park has a picnic shelter, a playground, and access to the Conservatory West Trail
Click here for a complete list of city of Aurora parks, the rules for use of the park as well as how to reserve a shelter.
Plains Conservation Center 303-326-8380 email: email@example.com
Aurora Park Ranger Line 303-326-8430 (seven days a week business hours)
Denver Botanic Gardens (DBG) www.botanicgardens.org
Aurora Living With Wildlife