Teller County Division of Parks
Open Space General Planning and Development Policy:
The primary role of the Teller County Division of Parks in the protection of
open lands in the Teller County region is education and advocacy.
Direct acquisition and/or management of additional open lands is unlikely at
this time given the absence of dedicated funding for those purposes.
The Parks Division has been working with the Gold Belt National Scenic Byway
Board of Directors to foster education and advocacy of open land protection
options in southwestern Teller County and areas of northern Fremont County.
In addition, working with the Trails and Open Space Coalition of the Pikes
Peak Region, the Parks Division formed the Rural Lifestyles Protection Group.
This group, comprised of ranchers, rural property owners, agency officials and
interested community members, was formed in 1999 to foster the
"Preservation of Rural Lands" through education and advocacy directed
towards private property owners.
Teller County Open Space Project Links:
Resource Protection Area
and Open Space Coalition
Historic and Environmental Coalition
Palmer Land Trust
Click on the map below to view a larger
image, in Adobe Acrobat, of this landscape of protection.
Other Open Space Links:
Open Space Alliance
National Scenic Byway