Preserve the 18-hole Disc Golf Course at Edora Park in Fort Collins, CO
  • Petitioned Kelly Ohlson

This petition was delivered to:

Mayor Pro Tem, District 5
Kelly Ohlson
City of Fort Collins Councilmember, District 6
Gerry Horak
Mayor of Fort Collins
Karen Weitkunat
City of Fort Collins Parks Planning Dept
Craig Foreman
City of Fort Collins Councilmember, District 1
Ben Manvel
City of Fort Collins Councilmember, District 2
Lisa Poppaw
City of Fort Collins Councilmember, District 3
Aislinn Kottwitz
City of Fort Collins Councilmember, District 4
Wade Troxell

Preserve the 18-hole Disc Golf Course at Edora Park in Fort Collins, CO

    1. Lucas Hensley
    2. Petition by

      Lucas Hensley

      Fort Collins, CO

There is a proposal to reduce the 18-hole disc golf course at Edora Park to a 9-hole course.

We ask the City of Fort Collins to preserve the full 18-hole course for the residents of Fort Collins and elsewhere to enjoy.

If our disc golf course is reduced to 9 holes it will greatly effect the history of the course, tournament play, and revenue for local business in Fort Collins. The thousands of people who play this course every year will be left without a tournament-level, world-class course in the heart of Fort Collins.

Disc golf is an extremely popular sport, growing in players every year. The disc golf course at Edora Park provides recreation, competition, and family fun for the entire community. The course brings thrills and happiness to thousands of dedicated players city, state, and worldwide. Please help us to keep the full 18 holes.

Thank you.

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Reached 1,500 signatures
    2. Petitioners amass more than 900 online signatures to save F.C. disc golf

      Lucas Hensley
      Petition Organizer

      Nice work everyone! Over 1000 signatures and the local newspaper here in Fort Collins mentioned our petition today. Keep it up!

    3. Reached 1,000 signatures
    4. Disc Golf in the News: Fort Collins, Colorado

      Lucas Hensley
      Petition Organizer

      Our cause is starting to get some well-deserved national attention!

      Over 850 signatures! Way to go, fellow disc golfers! Keep spreading this around for the few weeks: we are planning to present our argument to the Fort Collins City Council on Feb. 7. Until then lets get as many signatures as possible! Thanks so much!

    5. Reached 750 signatures
    6. Disc golf debuts at Hughes Stadium amid questions

      Lucas Hensley
      Petition Organizer

      An article in the Coloradoan talked about the new disc golf course as well as the response to the proposed Edora closure, from local disc golfers.

    7. 500 signatures in 24 hours!

      Lucas Hensley
      Petition Organizer

      The disc golf community is incredible! Thank you all so much, we are halfway to our goal! Please remember to share this with as many people as possible.

    8. Reached 500 signatures
    9. Wow! 110 signatures in just 4 hours.

      Lucas Hensley
      Petition Organizer

      Thanks to everyone who has signed and shared! Please keep this circulating to everyone you know who supports disc golf!

    10. Reached 100 signatures

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • Jeffrey Nichols LOVELAND, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      Classic course.

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    • Jeffrey Nichols LOVELAND, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      Because it would be a crime to eliminate any holes on the Edora course. There are not enough places to play as it is.

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    • Tim Young GREELEY, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      I would like to Edora to remain an 18 hole course. It is fun, challenging and brings revenue to FTC, I always eat locally when I come into town to play.

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    • Aaron Olson FORT COLLINS, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      LOVE THE COURSE!

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    • Michael Anderson LOUISVILLE, KY
      • over 2 years ago

      Disc golf is a great sport that needs to be promoted, not downsized. It's a healthy outdoor activity for people of all fitness levels and leaves a very small carbon footprint compared to ball golf. It's a shame it is not more popular.

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