The Town of Nederland Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Advisory Board (PROSAB) advises the Board of Trustees on all issues pertaining to parks, recreational areas and facilities, open space, trails, and promoting healthy local ecosystems. The PROSAB works with Town and its residents to educate, engage, and advise the community on the responsible stewardship of the land, the provision and maintenance of cultural infrastructure, and the accessibility of the commons to all.
The Parks, Recreation, & Open Space Advisory Board meets on the third Thursday of the Month. A list of upcoming PROSAB meetings can be found in the calendar below. To join a meeting, simply click the date of the meeting you wish to join, and then click the Website link to join the meeting remotely. You can also call in by using the phone number.
Parks, Recreation, & Open Space Members
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Recordings
All current and past PROSAB agendas and minutes can be found on the Town of Nederland CivicWeb page. To access the PROSAB page, click the button below. Past PROSAB Meetings can be found on the Town of Nederland YouTube page. *NOTE* Not all PROSAB meetings are recorded.
PROSAB’s emphasis is on completing existing projects and placing the Town on a firm footing for maintaining present and future parks and recreation facilities.
- Create awareness of PROSAB programs and opportunities
- Continue to serve as a conduit for forest health information
- Planning, design, creation of all Town parks and recreational facilities and assets, paying attention to ADA compliance
- Create guidelines to standardize Town park fixtures
- Continue to serve as the primary Town conduit for communications with area entities seeking to address recreational shooting issues
- Support the Community Center and area recreational groups such as RINK and NedRec in providing recreational opportunities for local residents
- Complete management plans for all Town open space properties with assistance from state and county foresters
- Complete Trails Master Plan Update
- Continue to partner with interested organizations (such as Nederland Area Trails Organization (NATO), Wildland Restoration Volunteers (WRV), The Boulder Watershed Collective, and the City of Boulder) to address trail maintenance needs
- Continue to engage with Boulder County and the United States Forest Service (USFS) in planning area trails
- Seek designation as Continental Divide Trail Gateway Community