Hey FANs in Highland and nearby,
The City of Austin has designated HIGHLAND NEIGHBORHOOD PARK AND REZNICEK FIELDS at 401 W. St. Johns Ave as your new neighborhood park. The Parks and Recreation Department and local landscape architecture firm Norris Design, with your help, will be developing a park master plan which will guide the future development of the park. You are cordially invited to attend Public Workshop #1 to provide input on how you envision the future of your neighborhood park.
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HIGHLAND NEIGHBORHOOD PARK AND REZNICEK FIELDS PUBLIC WORKSHOP #1
REILLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, 405 DENSON DRIVE AUSTIN, TX 78752
NOVEMBER 17TH 6:30 TO 8:00 PM
Austin Parks and Recreation Department Public Meeting for Highland Neighborhood Park and Reznicek Fields
Public Input Meeting #3 Scheduled
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department is asking residents for their assistance in developing a master plan that will help guide the future of Highland Neighborhood Park and Reznicek Fields. The public is invited to attend the Final Public Workshop and provide input on how they envision the future of this park on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2015.
Reilly Elementary School
405 Denson Drive, Austin, TX 78752
Wednesday, March 23rd
6:30 to 8:00 PM
This final meeting will be an opportunity to engage with the design team, comment on the revised Master Plan, and reflect on the future of Highland Neighborhood Park and Reznicek Fields. The meeting will begin with a brief presentation on the revised master plan and an overview of the comments and feedback from the previous public meetings. After the opening presentation, participants will be able to visit several stations to explore different aspects of the plan in more detail and provide feedback to the design team and the Parks and Recreation Department.
Highland Neighborhood Park and Reznicek Fields sit on more than 7 acres of City owned land located at 401 W. St. Johns Ave. The site currently contains two youth ball fields, a multi-use field, parking area, a concession building, storage and maintenance buildings. The master plan, through input from stakeholders such as Highland Neighborhood Association, University Hills Optimists and the general public, will provide a vision and plan for the future development of the park.
For additional information about the master planning process for this project please contact Charles Mabry at 512-974-9481 or email him at Charles Mabry.
Project webpage at http://www.austintexas.gov/department/highland-neighborhood-park-master-plan