Benches adorn *parks, playgrounds and trails throughout the District. Non-memorialized benches are available for purchase. South Suburban will remove the existing bench and install a new memorial-specific bench that includes an engraved plaque on its backrest.
Standard benches are black powder-coated steel mounted onto a concrete pad. New location requests are subject to approvals, including but not limited to consideration of existing memorials, programs, mowing access, tree root and irrigation line proximity.
Inscription specifics: Up to seven lines of text with 28 characters per line including spaces.
*Note: We are no longer accepting requests for benches for the High Line Canal trail, Cherry Knolls Pond and Writers Vista Park.
Locations with specific designs
Carson Nature Center/South Platte Park has reached capacity, therefore we are no longer accepting requests for benches. Memorial locations are available at the South Platte Reservoir site (refer to the Standard Park and Trail bench for type and pricing)
Family Sports Golf Course, Littleton Golf & Tennis Club Lone Tree Golf Club, South Suburban Golf Course
Inscription specifics: Up to six lines of text with 35 characters per line including spaces.
Littleton Community Trail
An urban trail running north-south between the Big Dry Creek and Lee Gulch Trails, giving connection to the Historic Downtown Littleton area.
Inscription specifics: Up to three lines of text with 28 characters per line including spaces.
Mary Carter Greenway
A multi-use trail running north-south along the South Platte River in Arapahoe County. South Suburban maintains the area between W Dartmouth Ave (north) and C-470 (south).
Inscription specifics: Up to four lines of text with 14 characters per line including spaces.
Ketring Park. Lake View.
Inscription specifics: A 4'x6' bronze plaque with black front. Up to 4 lines of text with 14 characters per line including spaces.