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Parks, Urban Agriculture and Open Space

Urban Parks Targeted Acquisition Area

The Austin Parks and Recreation Department and the Urban Parks Workgroup have embarked on an ambitious Urban Infill Parks Initiative to serve our community with a network of new, walkable parks.

Austin's Urban Infill Parks Initiative

City of Austin Urban Parks Workgroup Recommendations - October 6, 2011

Urban Parks Implementation Plan - July 12, 2012

Memorandum to Council: Urban Parks Implementation Plan - September 14, 2012

Council Resolution 20090514-036 on Open Space

Council Resolution 20091119-068 on Quarter Mile Proximity

Council Resolution 20120301-051 Endorsing Workgroup Recommendations

KUT: 59% of Austin's Inner Residents Don't Live Near Park

Austin is a long way from achieving a goal set in 2009 of having a park within walking distance of everyone in the city. Read more...

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