Census Day is April 1st, 2020
What does this mean?
Census Day is the deadline that all residences within the United States will have received information on how to respond to the 2020 Census. There will be three ways to do so- online, by phone and by mail. According to 2020census.gov, details on how to respond will be sent out mid-March. As soon as a family has obtained their invitation, they can participate in the Census.
Additional information can be found at the 2020 Census website, where they have educational materials as well as videos about the 2020 Census.
All information on this webpage has been taken from the 2020 Census website.
The City of Sterling has over 17 parks, 5 with dedicated concrete walking paths! Pioneer Park, our largest city park, located on the West edge of town also has a wooded walking area! The Parks, Library, and Recreation Department is currently working to develope new paths and trails along our riverside property. The future of the trails and paths for the City is bright!
Miles of Walking:
Columbine Park .6
Pioneer Park total 1.4
cioncrete portion .75
wooded path .6
Overland Trail .6
Wisdom Park .3
Photo: wooded path by Shirley Reitz, Sterling resident.
City of Living Trees  - A Collection of Unique Scuptures by Brad Rhea
These unique sculptures can be found throughout our city. Some of the original wooden tree sculptures have been bronzed to be enjoyed forever. Read more about Brad Rhea's Tree Sculptures.
Overland Trail Recreation Area - A natural surrounding for walking, picnics, fishing - and dog friendly too!
Owners must be in control of their pets but leashes are not required. Dogs are also allowed to go swimming, but humans must remain on the shoreline.
Photo by Lori Armstrong, Sterling resident.