Parks & Recreation
Featured LinksAuke Lake Contact Parks & Recreation P&R Comprehensive and Master Plans Parks and Trails Report Graffiti, Vandalism or Trash Salty the Sea Otter Shelter Reservations Subscribe to P&R News
Facilities & RecreationAdult Sports Augustus Brown Pool Centennial Hall Convention Center Dimond Park Aquatic Center Jensen-Olson Arboretum Parking Facilities Treadwell Ice Arena Youth Sports Zach Gordon Youth Center
Promote recreational and cultural opportunities and maintain and enhance City and Borough of Juneau facilities and resources.
News ItemsLocal UMIAK moves to Sandy BeachVOLUNTEERS Rock Fish Creek!Jensen-Olson Arboretum Summertime EmployeesROAD CONSTRUCTIONFollow the Treadwell Arena on Twitter!Follow the Parks department on Twitter!Savikko Park Field Resurfacing Continues through August 21Follow Dimond Park Aquatic Center on Twitter!Follow AGB Pool on Twitter!Come see the new poolside climbing wall at AGB Pool!Youth Activities Board Meeting Notice2014 Commercial Use Permits for 1 to 30 daysMt. Jumbo Gym will open September 2!Youth Indoor Soccer Registration - Ages 5-14Follow @ZachGordonYouth on Twitter!Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) Park informationFollow the Recreation Department on Twitter!Watch this amazing video about the Arboretum!Aquatics Facility Advisory BoardCope Park Master PlanParks & Recreation Advisory CommitteePicnic Shelter ReservationsJuneau Non-Motorized Transportation PlanJuneau Non-Motorized Transportation Plan MapsJensen-Olson Arboretum Advisory Board MeetingDimond Park Aquatic Center DesignParks & Recreation Comprehensive PlanSavikko Park Master Plan
Jensen-Olson Arboretum Advisory Board
You are invited to apply to vacancies of this Board. Applications are available at the CBJ website: http://www.juneau.org/clerk/boards/Board_Mainpage.php
Recent minutes are available in PDF format for the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader (available [here]).
The Arboretum is open to the Public Year-round, Wednesday through Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm.
Located at 23035 Glacier Highway-Mile 23 (just less than a mile north of the Shrine of St. Therese).
The Jensen-Olson Arboretum is a virtual living laboratory of more than 250 species and cultivars situated on the garden’s magnificent 17 acres. Bequeathed to the City & Borough by master gardener extraordinaire Caroline Jensen, specimen primrose and lilac plants are among the garden’s earthly delights.
For more information about access to Adobe files for the visually disabled, click [ here].