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FALL 2018 SEPTEMBER- DECEMBER

P r oj e c t u p d at e inside!

Art Park Players

This season is a

SHOW STOPPER

Halloween Carnival Join in the spookiness this fall

Did you know?

Deer Park has a nature preserve

Find out more INSIDE!

Get out and play!

Visit one of our parks for fun and fresh air

NEW THIS SEASON: Little Wilderness School

Join a sports league TODAY!

Reindeer Park From snow to Santa we’ve got you covered

281-478-2050 | www.deerparktx.org/parksandrec | recreation@deerparktx.org


DOGGIE DIP DAY September 8 | 9am - 12pm | Dow Park Pool $5/ dog & human pair Come take a dip with your pooch at the Dow Park Pool before we close for the season. This event is back by popular demand! We will have canine vendors, door prizes and lots of slobbery kisses from our furry friends. This only happens once a year, so make sure you register and plan on bringing lots of towels for the car ride home.

MOVIES IN THE PARK Dow Park | FREE Nothing like the crisp fall weather under the stars! Our Movie in the Park events are the place to be this fall. Get yourself some cocoa and a big warm blanket and join us on the first Saturday of the month in Dow Park. This free event begins at dusk (check timeanddate. com for approximate times). In case of a weather related incident the movie will be moved into the Earl Dunn Gym. Concessions provided by the DPCPA.

September 1 - Wrinkle in Time (rated PG) October 6- Frankenweenie (rated PG) Nov. 3- Coco (rated PG)

ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE GARAGE SALE February 15 & 16 | 7am - 3pm | Jimmy Burke Center VENDOR REGISTRATION OPENS OCTOBER 1 FOR DEER PARK RESIDENTS AND NOVEMBER 5 FOR NON-RESIDENTS Is it about time you thought about cleaning out that garage? Don’t make the garbage man work overtime. Turn that trash into another man’s treasure! Make sure you mark your calendars and get your booth EARLY before they are sold out! Booth prices are as follows: $40 10x10 single booth $50 10x20 double booth $60 10x30 triple booth $25 refundable deposit Please remember that all booth reservations must be made in person.

GOBLIN GALLOP & KIDS MONSTER MILE October 6 | 8am-5k | 9am-Kids Monster Mile Goblin Gallop: $20 pre-registration; $25 race day registration Monster Mile: $10 pre-registration; $15 race day registration Join us for the annual Goblin Gallop, an event for men and women. There will be a 5K run/ walk and a kid’s Monster Mile that will be held at the Deer Park Community Center. Awards and refreshments will be available. All race packets should be picked up on Friday, October 5th from 12pm - 7pm.

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

SANTA CALLING December 11 & 13 | FREE Santa is calling all good little boys and girls to talk about their Christmas wishes. Fill out the Santa calling form and you will get a holiday jingle. Forms can be found online at www.deerparktx.gov or stop by the Community Center starting November 5. Sign up quick! These calls make memories that will last a lifetime! 6 Live & Play| 2018

October 27 | 2pm-5pm | Jimmy Burke Center Wear your craziest family-friendly costume and enter the costume contest (sign up begins at 12pm, contest 12:30-2:30pm, winners announced about 2:45pm) or hop on carnival rides, Activities for the little ones include fun games in Pumpkin Town from 12-3pm. Pumpkin Town/ carnival ride tickets are sold in bunches of 15 for $5 and will go on sale from 12-3pm. Tickets may be purchased in the office at the Deer Park Community Center starting October 22nd through October 26th until 5pm. Most games in Pumpkin Town require 1-2 tickets. Carnival rides require 6 tickets each or you may purchase a wristband for unlimited rides for $7 (not available for use in Pumpkin Town). Carnival will be open from 12-3pm. Concessions will also be available for purchase.


Parks and Recreation Rental Facilities Facilities

Address

Avon Recreation Center

601 E. 8th Street

Deposits

Seating Capacity

Resident Rate

Front Half

$100

45

$25 per hour

Back Half

$100

12

$25 per hour

Non-Resident Rate Not available to Non-residents Not available to Non-residents

Claude Burgess Center

4200 Kalwick

$250

90

$50 per hour (Mon - Thur) $75 per hour (Fri - Sun)

$60 per hour (Mon - Thur) $85 per hour (Fri - Sun)

Kingsdale Recreation Center

2218 Kingsdale Drive

$100

25

$25 per hour (Sat & Sun Only)

Not available to Non-residents

Maxwell Center

1201 Center St.

Currently Under Renovations. Temprarily located at the Community Center.

Facility

Address

Community Center

610 E. San Augustine

Resident Rate

Deposits

Seating Capacity

Room 6 & 12

$250

90

Room 10 & 11

$100

25

Game Room

$100

25

Deposits

Seating Capacity

Resident Rate

Non-Resident Rate

$1,000

600

$75 per hour (Mon - Thur) $100 per hour (Fri - Sun)

$100 per hour (Mon - Thur) $150 per hour (Fri - Sun) $85 per hour (Monday Thursday) $110per hour (Friday - Sunday)

Facility Jimmy Burke Activity Center

Address 500 W. Thirteenth Street

Whole Building

Non-Resident Rate

$50 per hour (Mon - Thur) $75 $60 per hour (Mon - Thur) $85 per hour (Fri- Sun) per hour (Fri - Sun) $40per hour (Mon - Thur) $50 $65 per hour (Mon - Thur) $75 per hour (Fri - Sun) per hour (Fri - Sun) $75 (Fri: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Sat $85 (Fri: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Sat 1:30 pm -4:30 pm) 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

$250/ $60 per hour (Mon - Thur) $85 300 $500(with per hour (Fri - Sun) alcohol) $250/ $50 per hour (Mon - Thur) $75 $75 per hour (Mon - Thurs) 300 $500(with Back Half per hour (Fri - Sun) $100 per hour (Fri - Sun) alcohol) PLEASE NOTE THAT THE JIMMY BURKE ACTIVITY CENTER IS THE ONLY FACILITY THAT ALLOWS THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL. Rentals for this facililty cannot be booked past 1 am on Friday and Saturday and 12 am on Sunday - Thursday. Police Department presence is mandatory with alcohol consumption. The rate for an officer is $35 per hour (price subject to change without notice) and you are required to have them during the entire rental. The payment is made directly to the Deer Park Police Department and will not be included in your initial rental cost. Alcohol cannot be sold on the premises. If alchol is being served a cover charge for entry cannot be imposed on guests.

Front Half

Sports Rental Facilities Facility

Address

Adult Sports Complex

2700 East Pasadena Blvd.

Practice Tournament 610 East San Augustine Sand Volleyball Courts Practice Tournament

Deposits

Rental Rate

No Deposit $25 for 2 hour practice $100 Deposit $100 per field per day No Deposit $25 for 2 hour practice $100 Deposit $100 per field per day

Additional Information There is a $10 per hour per field charge for lights on all practices and tournaments occurring after sunset. Please note that there is a 12 hour maximum rental time on all fields.

Please note that there is a 12 hour maximum rental time on all fields.

Pavilions Facility

Address

2600 East Pasadena Blvd. Adult Sports Complex Practice Tournament 610 East San Augustine Sand Volleyball Courts Practice Tournament

Deposits

Rental Rate

No Deposit $100 Deposit

There is a $10 per hour per field charge for lights on all practices and $25 for 2 hour practice tournaments occurring after sunset. Please note that there is a 12 hour maximum rental time on all fields. $100 per field per day

Additional Information

No Deposit $100 Deposit

$25 for 2 hour practice $100 per field per day

Please note that there is a 12 hour maximum rental time on all fields.


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Dow Park Pavilion Project The City entered into a contract with Halff Associates as the architect designing the project. The project is funded with $1.5 million from Type B sales tax. The new restroom buildings were installed and progress continues on the pavilion structures. The City terminated the contract with the initial general contractor and awarded a contract for the completion of the project to Millis Construction. The project is scheduled for completion by fall 2018. The CorWorth Concession and Restroom includes 2 pre-fabricated buildings. One, with concession and storage, for the Adult Softball facility on Pasadena Blvd. and the other one with restrooms for the Claude Burgess Center. The total cost for both buildings is $284,243. The facilities have been set in their respective locations. Maxwell Adult Center This project was one of seven approved projects in the 2015 Type B dedicated sales tax election that was voted for by Deer Park residents. The project is funded with $2 million from Type B sales tax. The City of Deer Park selected Halff Associates as the architect and Frost Construction as the general contractor for the project. Construction began in November of 2017. Demo of the interior and site

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Project Update preparation for the new addition has been completed. The project is about 60% complete with an expected completion date in fall 2018. Girls Softball Complex - This project was identified as one of seven approved projects in the 2015 Type B dedicated sales tax election that was voted for by Deer Park residents. This project is funded by $3 million from Type B sales tax. The City selected Tandem Services as the general contractor and Halff Associates as the architect for this project. Construction began in January 2018. The project is on schedule to be completed in early to mid-fall 2018. New Soccer Complex - This project is another one of the seven approved projects in the 2015 Type B dedicated sales tax election. The project is being funded with $4 million from Type B sales tax. The City of Deer Park selected Halff Associates as the architect and Tandem Services as the general contractor. Construction began in January 2018. The project is on schedule and is expected to be completed in early 2019.

CorWorth Concession and Restrooms - This project includes 2 pre-fabricated CorWorth restrooms. One, with concession and storage, for the Adult Softball facility on Pasadena Blvd. and the other one with restrooms for the Claude Burgess Center. The total cost for both buildings is $284,243. This project is about 90% complete with a sidewalk to be completed. The facilities are already set in their respective locations.


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Wayfinding Program - A comprehensive wayfinding program was developed to educate and direct visitors to Deer Park, as well as engage those that are unaware of what the City has to offer. The Deer Park Civic Wayfinding System is intended to celebrate the history and vibrancy of the area, while giving special attention to the parks, recreation, and open spaces of Deer Park. The City’s approach was to implement the wayfinding system in phases over a period of several fiscal years. The wayfinding signs are classified as primary vehicular signs, secondary vehicular signs, tertiary vehicular signs, and monument signs (located in front of a park or city building). Approximately 90% of Phase 1 has been completed. National Signs is the contractor approved to complete all phases of the project. This project is being funded out of hotel occupancy tax (HOT) revenues. The Phase 1 signs are being adjusted and, at this time, 18 wayfinding signs are scheduled to be installed along Center Street and the surrounding perimeters of the city by the end of 2018. Four monument signs are already installed in parks around the city. Future phases are contingent upon the completion of the adjustments of the Phase 1 signs.

Deer Park Nature Preserve - Phase 1 was part of a voter approved General Obligation Bond program. $500,000 is allocated in bond funding for this project. The City applied for and received a Texas Parks and Wildlife Grant in the maximum amount of $400,000 of which the City will match an equal amount. The project will consist of a parking area, decomposed granite trails, a gateway structure, as well as lighting along the walking trails and a sidewalk. RVI is the project architect. The City awarded construction of the project to Millis Development and Construction, LLC. There will be a separate contract for the restoration of the Wetland area (Conservation Easement) under guidance from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A conceptual plan envisions Phases 2 and 3, which include an education center and more, pending future funding availability. Phase 1 of the Deer Park Nature Preserve will be completed by September 2018. The Conservation Easement area is being worked on with a scope of work and is expected to go out for bid by the end of 2018. Live & Play| 2018 23


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