Remember the ‘blow away’ battle?
In a city the size of Billings, it turns out that an extra $2 million annually courtesy of the taxpayers can significantly spiff up 2,580 acres worth of city parks.
The first Billings park rangers are so dedicated to watching over city parks that they have patrolled through the winter, except for the snowiest, iciest days.
If you enjoy your city parks and want help take care of them, the Billings Department of Parks, Recreation and Public Lands wants to hear from you now.
For now, at least, motorcyclists have stopped using Phipps Diamond X Park on Molt Road.
Chris Waite is looking for a few good men -- and women and children and church groups and anyone else who wants to help out in city parks.