Chief Looking’s Village, 2023 Burnt Boat Dr., will be closed until further notice due to road conditions at the site.
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) provides and protects wooded buffer zones in ecologically sensitive areas, supports community gardens and orchards, tree-planting activities (over 2,677 planted in three years) and an arboretum. BPRD has embraced integrated pest management, is engaged in prairie restoration, xeriscape design, invasive species removal and planting native grasses, flowers and trees. Downed trees are repurposed for wood mulch.
BPRD practices efficient water use, utilizing untreated water and minimizing gallons used through computer-aided, zone-specific irrigation systems. In 2014, the city’s tall grass and weeds ordinance was modified to allow for grass over eight inches in undevelopable areas. This allows BPRD to maintain undeveloped park land in a more natural state and use less fuel, staff and equipment hours for maintenance.
Recycling containers are side by side with trash containers in several Bismarck parks. Containers are clearly marked, so you’ll know what to toss, and what to recycle. Help us keep Bismarck’s parks clean and green.
|Bismarck Parks and Recreation District|
|Recycling Container Placement|
|Capital Racquet & Fitness Center||1|
|Cottonwood Park Shop||1|
|Johnny Gisi Memorial Park Pickleball/Youth Tennis Courts||1|
|Jaycee Leadership Hall||2|
|Nishu Bowman Indoor Archery Complex||1|
|Outside of the pools (Hillside, Wachter, Elks & the Aquatic Center)||4|
|Park Operations Shop||1|
|Pro-Shops, (Tom O’ Leary, Riverwood & Pebble Creek)||3|
|Sertoma Club Community Center||2|
|Sertoma Tennis Courts||1|
|Sons of Norway Tennis Courts||1|
|Tom O’Leary Tennis Courts||1|