Community Recreation & Events

Community Recreation & Events Administration manages the overall operation of the department including Aquatics, Botanic Gardens, Cemetery Division, Cheyenne Urban Forestry, Civic Center, Community Events, Golf, Ice & Events Center, Parks, Recreation and Weed & Pest, all of which carry out operations with an emphasis on the provision of quality parks, recreation services and programs including beautification, grounds maintenance, capital improvements and facilities and activities.

Parks and Recreation Master Plan Survey

The City is updating the Parks and Recreation Master Plan and a survey is available for residents to take until May 10. The plan will cover parks, trails (including the Greenway), and recreational amenities over the next 10 years.

The survey is available at


Comments & Concerns

Concerns related to any of the Community Recreation & Events Department services or facilities may be addressed by a specific division or may involve issues that require departmental or city attention. Written concerns, suggestions and comments are accepted at by mail at City of Cheyenne Community Recreation & Events, Attn: Director, 2101 O'Neil Avenue, Room 302, Cheyenne, WY 82001 or by email.

Depot Splash Pad Rules & Hours

Hours of Operation

11am to 7pm
Memorial Day to Labor Day

Splash pad may be closed at anytime due to weather, maintenance, or other operational concerns

Depot Splash Pad



Splash Pad Rules

1. Prevent soggy food and spilled milk -- No eating or drinking of any kind on, or around, the splash pad.
2. Children under age 8 must be supervised by an adult.
3. Wheels and water don't mix -- No skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, etc. allowed.
4. No diaper, no splashing! Youths must wear swim diapers on the splash pad.
5. No roughhousing and no excessive PDA.
6. No butts about it! No drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or smoking on the splash pad.
7. Keep it REAL. Anyone under the influence of drugs and alcohol should stay away from the splash pad area. This is a family friendly environment.
8. Listen to Humpty Dumpty! No sitting or climbing on the fence.
 9. No cursing, please leave your potty mouth at home.
10. No person suffering from a communicable disease transmittable via water shall use the splash pad. 
11. Talk to your doc! Persons using prescription medication should consult their physician before using the splash pad. 







Department Head

Jason Sanchez headshot

Jason Sanchez