City of Aspen Parks and Rec Snowmaking in the city: Aspen preps for World Cup By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • Jan 27, 2017 Carolyn Sackariason/Aspen Public Radio News The City of Aspen and Aspen Skiing Company took advantage of cold temperatures this week to make piles of snow … in Wagner Park. City officials said this in preparation for the alpine skiing World Cup finals. 'Living Lab' project to be removed By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • Oct 11, 2016 Alycin Bektesh / Aspen Public Radio News The “Living Lab” project that widened Castle Creek bridge for pedestrians and cyclists is being removed today and tomorrow. Oklahoma Flats Trail reopens with safety improvements By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • Aug 31, 2016 Aspen Public Radio News The Oklahoma Flats Trail, one of Aspen’s busiest commuter paths, reopens today with several improvements. City parks work double duty By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • Aug 23, 2016 Elizabeth Stewart-Severy/Aspen Public Radio News Summer in downtown Aspen is bright with colorful flowers and green parks, and many of those spaces are also working hard to clean up runoff from storms before it hits the river.