Pflugerville considers designs for largest city parks since 2006
Two proposed Pflugerville parks, that could offer residents more than 100 acres of recreational space, are slated to be the largest city park projects since Lake Pflugerville opened in 2006. Preliminary park designs presented Dec. 8 estimate the total cost of both projects will be around $7 million, with the the larger Highland Community Park to probably be developed in phases, said James Hemenes, Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Department director. Both parks were designed using public input from a 2013 parks study and will be financed through $4 million in bond funds approved by city voters in 2014, he said. “The public, through the undeveloped park […]
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