Thanks to George Mading, with help from Kevin Deiters and others from the Central Texas Trail Tamers, we have a great new tool rack for our hundreds of shovels, rakes, pitchforks, weedwrenches, mcleods and other tools. Here's a quick shot, these tools are use by many of our 60 volunteer groups for weekend workdays [...]
Today, Pam LeBlanc wrote a follow-up piece on Pease Park, an area where the Austin Parks Foundation as well as our Adopt-a-park group, Trees for Pease, have put in a lot of work in the past few years and especially, the past few months. Among the new improvements are irrigation, 100 new trees, we also [...]
Sparky Park is a former Austin Energy substation that has been converted to a pocket park. The North University Neighborhood Association began work over three years ago to develop concepts for the makeover, which removed all of the towers and equipment, but left the really cool substation building (to be redone in a future phase). [...]
Neighbors of the greenspace at Emerald Wood and South 1st have been working on improvements to their park for a long time - even though their park didn't even seem to have a name! At long last, they have a sign officially indicating the area's status as parkland. In the past few years, neighbors have [...]
Please contact Austin Parks Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 477-1566 with any information regarding the theft of this one-of-a-kind statue from Eastwoods Park. The neighborhood, who raised all of the funds to get the statue cast and installed really wants to get it back to the site of the original Eeyore's Birthday.