Residency Information

Apex Park and Recreation District Residency Status

Apex Park and Recreation District is a special district established by Colorado statute. The district encompasses about 60 square miles and primarily serves the Arvada community.

Are You a Resident of Apex Park and Recreation District?

Now you can find out online!

  • Go to the Jefferson County Property Record System
  • Next, click on the address button
  • Type your house number in both the From and To fields and the name of your street in the Street Name field
  • Click on Submit Query
  • Click on the Schedule Number next to your address
  • Click on the Tax and Value Information tab
  • On the bottom half of the Tax and Value information, your tax districts are listed
  • Look for Apex Park and Rec, NJP&RD or Apex Park & Rec Dist

If any of these are listed under your tax districts, you are a resident of Apex PRD and qualify for resident rates on Apex admissions and activities. You need to renew your residency status every two years. To do so, you must go to an Apex facility and show proof of residency (proof of residency is a drivers license, utility bill, car registration, etc).

Prospect Recreation and Park District Residents

With an Apex PRD/Prospect Resident ID Card, you’ll receive resident discounts on all Apex PRD offerings except Apex Center annual passes (Prospect residents receive intermediate discounts).

Prospect residents pay the non-resident fee at Indian Tree Golf Club, which is a premier public facility among Denver golf courses. Annual golf memberships are not available to Prospect residents.