PROPOSITION A >
PROJECT: KIDSVILLE REPLACEMENT & SPLASH PAD AT ARMSTRONG PARK

Parks & Recreation Proposition A will include the creation, expansion and/or replacement of restroom facilities, Kidsville, splashpad, parking, concession stands, trails, lighting and pavilions at various City parks. This project will replace Kidsville playground and add splash pad to Armstrong Park.

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Overall Project Status

Concept Plan 100% Complete
Design 95% Complete
Construction 0% Complete

Project Cost Breakdown (by %)

  • Engineering & Design
  • Construction

$2,250,000

TOTAL COST

Start Date

Spring 2019

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Current Project Status

Concept Plan Complete

Estimated Completion

Winter 2021

Project Milestones

Spring 2019
Spring 2021
Fall 2021
Winter 2021
Fall 2018
Winter 2019
Winter 2019

Spring 2019

Estimated Design Start

Spring 2021

Estimated Design Completion

Fall 2021

Estimated Construction Start

Winter 2021

Estimated Construction Completion

Fall 2018

Voters Approved Bond Election

Winter 2019

Preliminary Project Work Begins

Winter 2019

Concept Plan Complete

Project Details

Bond Program Year
2018
Proposition
A
Project Name
Kidsville Replacement and Splash Pad at Armstrong Park
Project Description
Replace Kidsville playground and add splash pad to Armstrong Park
Project Status
Concept Plan Complete
Project MAPS
Concept Plan
Last Modified Date
11/6/2020

Project Schedule (subject to change)

Estimated Design Start
Spring 2019
Estimated Design Completion
Spring 2021
Estimated Construction Start
Summer 2021
Estimated Construction Completion
Winter 2021

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST BREAKDOWN

Engineering & Design: 10%
$225,000
Construction: 90%
$2,025,000
PROJECT TOTAL
$2,250,000

Project News Updates

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Awards $15.7 Million in Local Park Grants to Texas Communities

AUSTIN— The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved just over $15 million in competitive local park grants to help fund projects that will create and enhance outdoor recreational opportunities like nature trails, native gardens, playgrounds, splash pads, dog parks and sports fields at 30 community parks across the state. The grants, allocated to local government […]

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