Cottonwood Heights Parks and Recreation Service Area is a self-contained political entity and has served the community for over 40 years. The Service Area consists of 6 neighborhood parks and the multifaceted Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center. The community of Cottonwood Height’s boasts a high quality of life and numerous healthy lifestyle opportunities offered through the Parks and Recreation Service Area.
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|Movies In The Parks||Mountview Park||$1,000||June 9|
|Movies In The Parks||Bywater Park||$1,000||June 23|
|Movies In The Parks||Mountview Park||$1,000||July 7|
|Cottonwood Heights Charity Golf Tournament||River Oaks Golf Course||$500||August 22|
|Cottonwood Heights Thanksgiving 5K||CHRC||$1,000||November 23
|Community Board Ad||CHRC||$150/year||N/A|
|Dasher Board||Ice Arena||$1,000/year||N/A|
|Zamboni Wrap||Ice Arena||$2,000/side||N/A|
Movies In The Parks
In cooperation with Cottonwood Heights City, three free outdoor movies are shown in various parks during the summer. The evenings include entertainment, bounce rides, concessions and movies on a huge 30’ screen. Promotion includes flyers to over 4,000 elementary students, banners in all of the parks and various high traffic areas of the City and advertising in the City’s newsletter. Over 1,000 people attend each movie night under the stars with continual rave reviews.
Cottonwood Heights Charity Golf Tournament
Each year the Cottonwood Heights Foundation hosts a Charity Golf Tournament to raise funds for programs, special needs participants and worthwhile events for the community. It has become a prestigious golf outing for many individuals and companies with a full field of golfers participating.
Cottonwood Heights Thanksgiving 5K
Being such a health conscious community, thousands begin their Thanksgiving morning with a brisk 5K walk/run through the neighborhoods of Cottonwood Heights. Each year, the fun run hosts an estimated 1,500 participants with another 3,000 cheering along the route. It's always fun seeing those who beat Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore earn a commemorative ribbon for their accomplishment. Promotion includes flyers to over 4,000 elementary students, 10 banners placed in high traffic areas around the City and paid advertising in the City’s newsletter. The Thanksgiving 5K is also sponsored in part by The City of Cottonwood Heights.
Ice Arena Dasher Board & Zamboni Wrap
These are sold on an annual basis for supporting the activities in the ice arena. Over one million patrons visit the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center each year.