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Perry Park Evacuation Guide

June 24, 2022

The District’s Firewise Committee has published the attached Emergency Evacuation Guide that provides information regarding approved evacuation procedures and routes to be used by Perry Park residents and visitors.

Perry Park 4th of July Parade Information

June 17, 2022

Perry Park 4th of July Parade Information and Schedule – parade kickoff time is 11am. Hot air balloon rides from 6:30am (weather permitting).

Perry Park 4th of July Parade

June 13, 2022

The annual Perry Park July 4th Parade will kick off around the Big D at 11am from Bannock Drive and Red Rock Circle, terminating back at Red Rock Drive. Arrive early for good seating! More details to follow shortly!   If you would like to volunteer or would like to drive/march/walk in the Parade, please….Continue

Perry Park Metropolitan District Boundary Map

May 12, 2022

Attached are copies of the official Map and Boundary description for the Metropolitan District as well as an overhead view of the District’s boundaries.


March 29, 2022

Wherever you live in Douglas County – the suburbs of Parker or nestled against the Pike National Forest – wildfires are the No. 1 safety hazard. But, together, we can reduce the risk. Douglas County is updating its Community Wildfire Protection Plan – a document that defines how we, as a community, can proactively protect….Continue

2022 Community Slash Pile Burn

February 23, 2022

This is a notice to the residents of the Perry Park Ranch subdivision and surrounding properties that the Perry Park Metropolitan District will be burning the community slash pile located in the former gravel pit at the NW corner of Perry Park. This burn may occur during the spring, fall or winter of 2022 depending….Continue

2022 Slash Pickup Program

April 9, 2021

Slash Pick-up will begin on June 1, 2022! For complete program details and to ensure that your slash is picked up at no cost to you, please visit:

Upper Cheyenne – Temporary Road Closure Notice

November 25, 2020

Perry Park Wildfire Hazardous Fuels and Standing Dead Tree Removal Project Notice of Public Safety Temporary Road Closure The Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth epidemic of 2015-2016 affected the trees in the area of Cheyenne Dr. West of the gate, described as “Upper Cheyenne”.  This resulted in most of the Douglas-Fir trees being killed and created an….Continue