Since Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) residents contribute through property taxes, they receive a discount on fees to use EPRD facilities, which is reflected in our District Resident/Non-District Resident pricing tier.
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A resident is defined as one who either resides or personally owns real estate within the Evergreen Park & Recreation District boundaries. If your residency is in question, you can bring a copy of your property tax statement for verification when you register. Please be prepared to show your ID for proof of residency with either a bill or tax ID to receive the in-district rate for drop-ins or if are new in our system.
The boundaries of the Evergreen Park & Recreation District include portions of:
If you reside within Evergreen Park & Recreation District boundaries, you are considered a resident, and are entitled to the resident rate for programs, classes, and facility admissions.
Non-residents are welcome to participate in programs and services at a non-resident rate.
Patrons are always welcome to call 720-880-1100 or visit our facilities and request staff to make necessary changes to your account. Please be prepared to have documentation of the changes.