Parks project overview
Here’s an overview of the major projects, funded through a 2103 bond election, that will expand and improve Round Rock’s amazing parks system.
- Brushy Creek Regional Trail, $1.9 million for land acquisitions and construction of regional trail and amenities from Veterans Park to Rabb Park.
- Heritage Trail, $17 million for construction for trail from Mays Street to Georgetown Street and Mays Street to Old Town near Bathing Beach.
- Lake Creek Trail, $2 million for connection of southwest Round Rock to downtown and the Brushy Creek Regional Trail, including safe pedestrian crossing under I-35.
- Old Settlers Park ballfield improvements, $14.5 million for expansion and improvements to multipurpose field complex and soccer fields.
- Rock’N River Family Aquatic Center, $7 million for expansion of aquatic center with increased capacity, elements for older children, additional parking and a concession building.
- Repair and maintenance program, $4 million for upgrades, improvements and maintenance at various facilities
- Disability access $1 million to upgrade accessibility at parks and facilities
- Frontier Park, $375,000 to replace pavilion, upgrades to tennis court lighting and new walking trail
- Clay Madsen Recreation Center, $250,000 for improvements to skate park, basketball court and accessibility
- Krebsbach Pool, $500,000 to replace older amenities and pump system and improve restroom accessibility
- Lakeview playground, $310,000 for land survey, playground and restroom improvements
- Round Rock West Park, $500,000 to replace pavilion, playground and restroom building
- Stark Park, $120,000 to replace sidewalks and upgrade tennis court
- Stella Park, $375,000 for replacing playground and pavilion, upgrading basketball court and adding walking trail and other amenities
- Old Settlers Parking Lots, $570,000 for maintenance of parking lots for tennis courts and Triple Crown fields