Cheyenne Rotary Club Foundation deeds parkland to the City

Published on April 25, 2024

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The Cheyenne Rotary Club Foundation has donated 12 acres of future parkland to the City of Cheyenne, signing over the donation on Wednesday, April 24.

The land is located at the northwest corner of Powderhouse Road and Dell Range Boulevard. Dry Creek runs though the property and the Greater Cheyenne Greenway rolls along the south edge of the land.

“This land donation will make a significant contribution to parkland in the area,” said Mayor Patrick Collins. “The City of Cheyenne is grateful to the Cheyenne Rotary Club for their strong commitment to improving the quality of life for all citizens in our community.”

The park will be named Rotary Park and a park master plan for the site is underway. The master plan will determine what amenities will be built at the park in the future and will include opportunities for public input.

Rotary Club members present at Wednesday’s signing included Robin Sims, Lucie Osborn, Brent Lathrop, Jera Likely, Harry LaBonde, Randy Bruns, Beth VanDeWege, and Bob Womack.

Rotary initiatives for the park include:

  • Peace and Conflict Resolution
  • Disease Prevention and Treatment
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Basic Education and Literacy
  • Economic and Community Development
  • Protecting the Environment


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