The Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District (FVMRD) was formed in 1979 as a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado, organized as a special district pursuant to Title 32 of the Colorado Revised Statutes. The Service Plan created in 1975 identified the major purpose for the formation of the District was to provide recreation facilities designed to stimulate summer business activity while satisfying local resident needs for recreation pursuits not currently available in the region. The Board of Directors is the local legislative body entrusted and empowered by law to exercise all of the delegated authority it deems essential for the successful planning, operation, and improvement of the parks and recreation facilities and activities within the District.
The District encompasses 218 square miles in the eastern portion of Grand County, Colorado. The District boundaries stretch from the top of Berthoud Pass in the south to the bottom of Red Dirt Hill in the north. Included in the boundaries are the Towns of Winter Park and Fraser and surrounding rural areas, including Tabernash. The current estimated population is 5,483 as reported by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.
We are proud of our high quality recreational facilities. The FVMRD provides a variety of activities for area residents and guests including golf, adult and youth sports, recreation programs, fitness classes,cultural activities, special events and general park use.
The FVMRD owns and operates Pole Creek Golf Course and Bistro 28 Restaurant located off of County Road 5 in Tabernash, CO, Grand Park Community Recreation Center (GPCRC or “rec center”) located at One Main Street off Highway 40 in Fraser, CO, and the Fraser Valley Sports Complex (FVSC) which, in addition to the sports fields, features a partially enclosed NHL-sized ice rink along with concessions and skate rentals.
We welcome you to view our most recent Board of Director’s meeting minutes:
If you would like any prior years’ minutes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome you to view our most recent financials statements and budget. For older financial statements, please email email@example.com.
2017 Annual Budget – Approved December 13, 2016
Our Audited Financial Statements are listed below:
FRASER VALLEY RECREATION DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION STAFF
Scott Ledin ~ Director, Parks, Recreation & Golf~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann McConnell ~ Business Manager ~ email@example.com
Kristen Chua ~ Administrative Coordinator ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
GRAND PARK COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER
Mariah Emmert ~ Recreation Center Manager ~ email@example.com
Jordan Rea ~ Facility Maintenance Manager ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
John Ferlita ~ Facility Maintenance Coordinator ~ email@example.com
Fitness / Gymnastics:
John Florkiewicz~ Fitness/Gymnastics Supervisor ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoppy Hayes~ Head Gymnastics Coach~ email@example.com
Guest Services, Facility Rentals:
Robin Dresen ~ Guest Services Supervisor ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Graham Paschke ~ Aquatics Coordinator ~ email@example.com
Michelle Lawrence ~ Programming & Marketing Manager ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Weida~ Youth Programs Supervisor ~ email@example.com
Sara Elise Bristol ~ Youth Coordinator ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
FRASER VALLEY SPORTS COMPLEX – Parks, Athletics, Ice Rink:
Austin DeGarmo ~ Parks & Athletics Manager ~ email@example.com
Anthony Pezzetti ~Athletics Supervisor ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Deidrich Johnson ~ Parks Foreman ~ email@example.com
POLE CREEK GOLF CLUB / BISTRO 28:
Mary Moynihan ~ Club House Manager ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
JT Thomspon ~ Golf Professional ~ email@example.com
Jesse Dickinson ~ Food & Beverage Manager ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
John (Amo) Amundsen ~ Executive Chef
Craig Cahalane ~ Superintendent ~ email@example.com
Troy Iacovetto ~ Assistant Superintendent ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Clint Iacovetto ~ District Mechanic ~ email@example.com
Our mission is to provide recreational experiences for our residents and guests through innovative, quality programs and facilities that promote health and wellness.
Connecting people to amazing experiences.
- Organizational Excellence
- Professional Integrity
- Memorable Experiences
- Strong Financial Health
- Health & Wellness
- Provide and maintain high quality, safe, diversified, sustainable and accessible parks, recreation and golf system.
- Maintain financial efficiency by maximizing current revenue streams, pursuing alternative revenue sources and effectively managing expenses.
- Expand public outreach, brand recognition and support for FVMRD.
- Expand our programming reach and frequency of use in a way that aligns with community feedback
- Foster public and private partnerships to support and enhance FVMRD’s facilities and programs.
- Attract, retain and develop talent.
- Create an amazing customer experience.
- Strive for organizational excellence!