City of Pflugerville: Give your opinion on 1849 Park Phase 2 and 5 neighborhood parks



28 October 2021

This is an update on a previously published story with additional open doors listed.

Over the next few weeks, you will have the opportunity to give your opinion on Phase 2 of 1849 Park and the five neighborhood park projects that were approved by voters as part of the Parks Bond of November 2020. These opportunities to giving your opinion will help shape these projects, so if you live nearby or use these parks, we hope you will join us.

Wilbarger Creek Phase 2 Open House, Monday, October 25, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Pflugerville Recreation Center

Join us for an exciting public engagement meeting to discuss the planned addition of a dog park at the southern edge of Wilbarger Creek Park at North Cascades Avenue. The design team will present site layouts, concept ideas and images to help explain the current park plan and are counting on you to provide your input on the program, the character and feel of the park, and describe the next steps for the phase II park. project.

Kelly Lane Park and Murchison Park / Mallard Pond Open House, Thursday, October 28, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Falcon Pointe HOA Pavilion

We are seeking your input on the designs for Kelly Lane Park and Murchison / Mallard Pond Park. The design team will have a presentation to provide the audience with the current conditions of both sites and discuss design opportunities. It’s a chance for the public to speak up and tell the team what you want in this park, and there will be multiple activities to help with this effort.

Doors open Pecan Park, Wednesday November 3, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Pflugerville Recreation Center
Learn more about the development of Pecan Park. Highlighted in the 2014 Trails Master Plan, Pecan Park is a 15 acre park located along Pecan Street and the Gilleland Creek Trail Corridor and is directly adjacent to Bohls Park and the Pflugerville Recreation Center. An updated design is underway to imagine the unique experiences this park can offer the community. Experiences such as learning about nature, outdoor fitness, play, and public art could enhance the well-used trail and mountain bike course that is already part of the park.

Open house at Picadilly Park, Thursday November 4, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Windermere flag
Comment and learn more about the future development of Picadilly Park, a 9.8 acre park featured in the 2014 Trails Master Plan. The park, which is located adjacent to Caldwell Elementary School and the Neighborhoods residential areas in Springbrook and Cambridge Heights, currently has no park facilities but may in the future have play areas, an outdoor classroom, a trailhead for the Gilleland Creek Trail Corridor, toilets and parking.

Open house of phase 2 of the 1849 park, Monday, November 8, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Pflugerville Recreation Center
We are currently developing concepts and designs for future improvements to the 1849 Park. Improvements to the park may include additional sports fields and a complex facility with concessions and washrooms, expansion of existing parking lots, service improvements. public, various additional equipment identified through the community engagement process. We wish to collect your ideas, preferences and desires for the future development of this important park.

Learn more about all of our upcoming Parks & Recreation bond projects at

This press release was produced by the City of Pflugerville. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.


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