The Snowflake Parks Department supervises a number of parks and facilities, as well as a cemetery. The department is also in charge of right of way maintenance on Highway 77 and 277 within the town. Town of Taylor is now managing the day to day operations of the Recreation Programs for the community, with the support of Town of Snowflake.
The Splash Pad is Currently CLOSED
The following splash pad operation schedule and rules may be updated, changed, or added to at the discretion of the Town of Snowflake. The season of operation is typically from the end of May through September.
Splash Pad Hours of Operation: Open Daily, 9AM-6:30PM
Splash Pad Rules:
- Be respectful of others and the park equipment
- Do not climb on the equipment
- No drinks, candy, tobacco, popcorn, gum, alcohol, or food of any kind shall be permitted in the splash pad or within the required walkways of the splash pad.
- No glassware allowed within the splash pad.
- No animals allowed.
- No bathing in the splash pad, including animals.
- Persons that wear diapers, must wear a swim diaper or tight fitting rubber/plastic diaper cover.
- Persons with sore or inflamed eyes, colds, nasal or ear discharges, boils or other acute or obvious skin or body infections or cuts shall be excluded from the splash pad.
Keep Main Street Alive!
Donations are always being accepted for Flower Pots on Main Street
One of Snowflake’s most unique attributes is the Main Street lamp posts decorated with flower pots. Our yearly fund raiser to keep this tradition alive has started. For a $50.00 donation, you can “adopt” a flower pot. Your donation will help with the purchase and care of 180 flower pots. Help keep the local charm of our Main Street by adopting a pot. You can adopt your pot(s) when you make your water/sewer bill payment. Credit cards accepted. Donate what you can and help keep the flower pots on Main Street. Thank you to all who contributed last year.