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Table of

CONTENTs

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Message from the Mayor and leadership

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About the Cover

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Daddy Daughter Dance

Registration Information & Hours of Operation

Special Events & Programs So much fun in the SUN!!

Aquatics Breaststroke, right stroke, left stroke

Summer Camps Make new friends, but keep the old

Art Park Players It’s a total eclipse of the sun!

Recreation We’ve got something for everyone!

Fitness & Athletics Work it! Own it!

Mission

statement

The Parks and Recreation Department encourages all to Live and Play in the City of Deer Park and is dedicated to providing an exemplary quality of life by offering innovative Parks and Recreational experiences to the community consistent with our history, culture and unique character.

Vision

statement

The Parks and Recreation Department’s vision is to become an industry leader through accreditation and by offering innovative Parks and Recreational experiences that foster growth, development and a vibrant, sustainable community by encouraging all to Live and Play in the City of Deer Park.

Update

COVID-19

Please note that all classes and activities Leagues, Group Sports & Tournaments have been modified in order to meet strict Everything is better outside guidelines and procedures set forth by Governor Greg Abbott as part of the “Open Texas” plan. Maxwell Center Guidelines can be found at the Open Texas You’re only as old as you feel website, https://gov.texas.gov/organization/ opentexas. Parks Come play with us

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Lonestar Legacy Award We have a newly recognized park!

Social Media

Facilities The perfect place to party

Project Updates Check out what we have going on!

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Message fromQuality the Mayor of life is one of the things that makes living in Deer Park so incredible. I’d

like to take a moment and remind our residents about all of the family-friendly and socially-distanced events made available by our Parks and Recreation Department, because while we want to continue to keep our families safe, I know we’re all looking forward to getting out and making some memories this summer. First, the Parks and Recreation Department will once again host the hugely successful “Concerts in the Park” series, featuring a wide variety of musical groups for our citizens to enjoy. These events will be held in and around the Dow Park Pavilions, a state-of-the-art venue completed with the assistance of Type B economic development sales and use tax funding. I would encourage our residents to learn about these concerts ahead of time and plan to attend with your friends and family. I’m also excited to announce that 4th Fest – the department’s annual Independence Day celebration – will be offered this year on Sunday, July 4th. After everything we as a community have endured during this pandemic, it is so important that we gather safely and celebrate our country and our freedom. Finally, remember that your city is full of beautiful parks and greenspaces maintained by our Parks and Recreation Department staff. If you haven’t already, take advantage of the opportunity to walk around the Deer Park Nature Preserve, which is a great place to experience the outdoors, take photos and explore nature.

Jerry Mouton Jr.

City Leadership

PA R K S A N D R E C R E AT I O N CO M M I S S I O N

Georgette FordChairperson Jamie Cox

M AYO R & CO U N C I L Jerry Mouton Jr. - Mayor Sherry Garrison - Position 1 T.J. Haight - Position 2 Tommy Ginn - Position 3 Bill Patterson - Position 4 Ron Martin - Position 5 Rae A. Sinor- Position 6

CITY ADMINISTRATION James J. Stokes - City Manager Gary M. Jackson - Assistant City Manager

PARKS AND RECREATION ADMINISTRATION Charlie Sandberg - Director Jacob Zuniga - Assistant Director Jazmin Hernandez - Administrative Coordinator Nicole Garvis - Marketing/Technical Coordinator Sarah Walker - Administrative Services

Jo KieferVice Chairperson

Eric Ripley

Sherry Redwine

The Parks and Recreation Commission is a Council-appointed committee that acts as a liaison between the constituents and the Parks and Recreation Department. Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 11:30am at the Community Center. These meetings are open to the public and we welcome everyone to bring their ideas in front of this hardworking committee.

DIVISIONAL LEADERSHIP

Dawn Crenshaw - Public Building Supervisor Janica Hughey - Senior Services Supervisor Rene’ McBride - Recreation Supervisor Tiffany McGallian - Park Operations Supervisor Susan Mele - Artistic Managing Supervisor Debra Culp - Athletics/Aquatics Supervisor


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Avon Park

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Bayou Bend Park

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Big Bend Park

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Brookhollow Park

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Brownwind Park

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College Park

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Deer Meadows Park

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Dow Park

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East Meadows Park

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Ella & Friends Dog Park

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McHenry Park

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Monroe Park

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Nedith Park

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Park Green Park

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Park Meadows Park 1414 South Parkway Drive

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Parkside Place Park

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Parkview Park

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601 W. 8th Street 4200 Kalwick Drive 1600 Big Bend Lane 3117 Brookhollow Drive 3901 Brownwind Trail 4615 College Park Drive 2500 Oklahoma Avenue 610 E. San Augustine 5000 E. Meadows Drive

500 W. 13th Street

1201 Center Street 1560 Monroe Street 3717 Nedith Lane 1000 Wynfield Drive

3400 Surrey Lane

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1109 Brookhollow Drive

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Heritage Park\ Patrick's Cabin

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1410 Center Street

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Runningbrook Park

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Terrace Park

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Tiffany Amber Park

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Wynfield Park

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Cottonwood Park

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Deer Park Nature Preserve

1400 Comanche Street 126 W. 3rd Street 1800 Brookamber Circle 1610 Wyngate Drive 4215 Alta Lane

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2500 E. 13th Street

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P Street Detention Pond 1800 E. P Street

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P‐Street Right‐of‐Way 2600 E. P Street

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Facilities Parks & Recreation

Rental Facility Matrix Fa c i l i t i es

A d d r ess

Avon Recreation Center

601 E. 8th Street

Front Half Back Half

D ep o si t s

Sea t i n g Ca p a c i t y

R esi d en t R a t e

N o n - R esi d en t R a t e

45 25 90 25

$40 per hour $40 per hour $75 per hour $25 for 2 hours

$65 per hour $65 per hour $85 per hour $25 for 2 hours

R esi d en t R a t e

N o n - R esi d en t R a t e

Claude Burgess Center Kingsdale Recreation Center

4200 Kalwick 2218 Kingsdale Drive

$100 $100 $250 $100

Fa c i l i t y

A d d r ess

D ep o si t s

Sea t i n g Ca p a c i t y

$250

90

$75 per hour

$85 per hour

$100

25

$100

25

$40 per hour $80 (Friday: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

$65 per hour $90 (Friday: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

D ep o si t s

Sea t i n g Ca p a c i t y

R esi d en t R a t e

N o n - R esi d en t R a t e

$1,500 $250/$1000(with alcohol) $250/ $1000(with alcohol)

600

$100 per hour

$175 per hour

300

$85 per hour

$115 per hour

300

$75 per hour

$105 per hour

Community Center 610 E. San Augustine Room 6 & 12 Room 10 & 11 Game Room

Fa c i l i t y

A d d r ess

Jimmy Burke Activity Center 500 W. Thirteenth Street Whole Building Front Half Back Half

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE JIMMY BURKE ACTIVITY CENTER IS THE ONLY FACILITY THAT ALLOWS THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL. Rentals for this facility cannot be booked past 11 pm on Friday and Saturday and 10 pm 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 alcohol is being served a cover charge for entry cannot be imposed on guests.

Fa c i l i t y

A d d r ess

Maxwell Adult Center 2101 Center Street Arts and Crafts Room Class Room Dinning Room Multipurpose Room

D ep o si t s

Sea t i n g Ca p a c i t y

R esi d en t R a t e

N o n - R esi d en t R a t e

$250 $250

25 25

$40 per hour $40 per hour

$65 per hour $65 per hour

$250 $250

25 75

$25 per hour $75 per hour

$35 per hour $85 per hour

S p o r ts R e nta l Fa c i l i ti e s Fa c i l i t y

A d d r ess

Adult Sports Complex 2600 East Pasadena Blvd. Practice (No field preparation) Game/Tournament Sand Volleyball Courts 610 East San Augustine Practice Game/Tournament

D ep o si t s

R en t a l R a t e

A d d i t i o n a l I n fo r m a t i o n

No Deposit

$25 for 2 hour per field

$500 Deposit

$200 per field/ per day

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

No Deposit

$25 for 2 hour per field

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

$100 Deposit

$25 per hour per field

P a v i l i o ns Fa c i l i t y

A d d r ess

Dow Park

D ep o si t s

R en t a l R a t e

610 East San Augustine

Large Dow Park Pavilion

$100

Small Dow Park Pavilion

$100

Splash Park Pavilion

$100

McHenry Park

1201 Center Street

McHenry Park Pavilion

$100

$25/ hour Resident $35/hour Non-resident $10/ hour Resident $20/hour Non-resident $10/ hour Resident $20/hour Non-resident $10/ hour Resident $20/hour Non-resident

A d d i t i o n a l I n fo r m a t i o n • Pavilions are open to the general public for use. • Pavilions are also available for reservation on a fee basis. • Reservations are made on a first come first serve basis. Paperwork must be completed by the person using the pavilion and will only be valid for the name on the contract. Subletting of pavilion to another group or patron is not allowed. • Pavilions may also be rented for the day (8 am - 6pm) upon request. Please contact administrative office for rates • Any violations of this will result in termination of a contract and loss of all deposits. • Please visit www.deerparktx.org/parksandrec or call 281-478-2050 for more information on reserving a pavilion.

Due to the current ongoing COVID-19 pandemic rental capacities have changed and are being constantly modified. Please visit the website at www.deerparktx.gov/parksandrec or call 281-478-2050 for the most recent information.


Project Updates Parks & Recreation

PHASE 1 HIKE AND BIKE TRAIL

The project is currently receiving bids for construction services. City staff is working with Burditt Consultants in reviewing received bids and making a determination on a recommendation for City Council approval. City staff and the architectural consultants engage in a lengthy process to evaluate and throughly analyze bids to select the lowest responsible bidder.

SPENCERVIEW BRIDGE/ BASEBALL COMPLEX NE HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS The project documents for the construction phase have been completed by the architect, RVI. Staff is preparing to release a request for proposal in Spring/Summer of 2021 for the construction of the trail. RVI consultants has been working with City staff on this project to make sure that all requirements for Federal pass-thru funding project provided by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department are met.

The Baseball Complex has been completed. Work continues on gaining access for a bridge for access to future parking. Harris County Flood Control has responded to the City that access to the bridge needs to be identified. City staff is working on an Easement with the adjacent property owner to gain and use access for drainage channel maintenance. A survey is being completed to identify property lines to complete this process. City staff is meeting with a vendor to discuss the bridge that will cross from Spencerview Athletic Complex into a new undeveloped park. City staff currently working on a site plan for the undeveloped park. We hope to have this portion completed by late Spring of 2021.

BATTLEGROUND GOLF COURSE BUNKER RENOVATION Renovations to the sand bunkers at the Battleground Golf Course have recently been completed. The project consisted of demolition of existing bunkers, grading and compacting, installation of drainage pipe, installation of bunker liner, installation of bunker material, sod around bunkers and minor repairs and clean-up.

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