2022 Fall Live & Play Brochure

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HALLOWEEN SOCIAL

THANK”FULL”

Leave the tricks at home and bring your favorite treat to share! Let’s bring on the celebration by meeting new friends. We will be doing a finger food potluck, playing fun music and having some fun games along with a costume contest. The event will be held at the Maxwell Center in the Multipurpose room on October 19th at 2PM till 4PM. Please bring your scariest finger food to share for our potluck, we will be providing refreshments! We do ask that you please register with Maxwell staff in advance by October 14th and when you register please let us know what you will be bringing. There is a $5 fee for residents and $8 fee for non residents. We will be having a 40 person limit.

Let’s get together and give “THANKS” for all our blessings. Meal will be catered from Azeala Creeks. Program will be held at Jimmy Burke from 5 - 7pm, doors will open at 5pm. The registration fee is $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents. Registration for opens on October 3 and registration closes for all on November 11.

W | Oct 19 | 2 - 4pm | Maxwell Center $5 for residents/$8 for non-residents Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340402

SANTA’S SOCK HOP HOLIDAY DINNER Rock around the clock in holiday style! Join us for a cheerful night with your friends from the Maxwell Center. There will be live entertainment, door prizes and a catered dinner. Doors open at 5:15pm and the event begins at 6pm. Please call the community center or Maxwell Adult Center to register. M | Dec 12 | 6 - 8pm | Jimmy Burke Activity Center FREE for residents/$15 for non-residents Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340401

M | Nov 21 | 5 - 7pm | Jimmy Burke Activity Center $10 for residents/$15 for non-residents Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340403

NEW YEAR’S EVE SOCIAL Let’s bring on the celebration of the New Year by meeting new friends! We will have light snacks, music and having some fun games. The event will be held at the Maxwell Adult Center in the Multipurpose Room on Friday, December 30 at 2pm until 4pm. Please bring your favorite light dish to share for our Potluck! We will be providing refreshments. We do ask that you please register with Maxwell staff in advance by December 23. When you register, please let us know what you will be bringing. There is a $5 fee for residents and an $8 fee for non-residents. We will be having a 35-person limit. F | Dec 30 | 2 - 4pm | Maxwell Center $5 for residents/$8 for non-residents Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340404

RAILEAN DISTILLERY DAY TRIP

Join the Maxwell Adult Center as we hit the road on a fun day trip to Naskila Casino in Livingston, Texas for a fun day of gaming! We will be departing from Jimmy Burke Activity Center at 8:30am.

The Maxwell Adult Center is traveling to San Leon TX to Texas’s first Rum distillery, Railean Distillery for a tour and tasting and we would for you to join us. We will be stopping for lunch at Noah’s Ark Bar and Grill in Bacliff before heading to the distillery. The cost of this trip includes your ride, tour, tasting and a free gift (lunch is not included in the cost).

Tu | Sept 13 | 8:30am | Jimmy Burke Activity Center $12 per person | Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340202

Tu | Oct 4 | 10am | Maxwell Center $15 per person | Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340203

YELLOWSTONE PADDLEWHEELER DAY TRIP

BUCCEES/TANGER OUTLETS SHOPPING DAY TRIP

Join the Maxwell Adult Center on a 90 minute cruise aboard an old fashion paddlewheeler along the beautiful San Bernard River in Brazoria County. Following the cruise, we will be going to Dido’s Restaurant (price of lunch is not included).

Join the Maxwell Adult Center as we hit the road on a fun day trip to Buccees then to Tanger Outlets for a fun day of walking and shopping! We will be departing from Jimmy Burke Activity Center at 9am.

W | Nov 7 | 9:30am | Maxwell Center $30 per person | Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340401

Tu | Dec 13 | 9am | Jimmy Burke Activity Center $10 per person | Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340205

NASKILA CASINO DAY TRIP

SENIOR TRIP: PIGEON FORGE & SMOKY MOUNTAIN SHOW Maxwell Presents; A 7 day 6 night trip to Pigeon Forge in the Smoky Mountains! This trip cost is $775* and that includes 6 nights lodging including 4 consecutive nights in the Smokies, 10 meals: 6 breakfasts and 4 dinners, three Morning Shows: SMITH MORNING VARIETY SHOW, PATTY WASZAK SHOW & “TIS THE SEASON” SHOW, One Afternoon Show: MAGIC of TERRY EVANSWOOD, Three Evening Shows: SOUL OF MOTOWN, AMERICA’S HIT, PARADE & COUNTRY TONITE and then finally a free time in HISTORIC DOWNTOWN GATLINBURG. We will be departing from Jimmy Burke Activity Center at 8am on December 4th. *Pricing for double occupancy. Final day to register is September 27, 2022. Su - Sa | Dec 4 - 10 | 8am | Jimmy Burke Activity Center | $775 per person | Ages 55+ | Activity Code: 340201 Live & Play| 2021 17


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

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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 Rental Facility Matrix Parks & Recreation

F ac ilities

A d d re s s

Avon Recreation Center

601 E. 8th Street

Front Half Back Half

Claude Burgess Center Kingsdale Recreation Center

4200 Kalwick 2218 Kingsdale Drive

F ac ility

A d d re s s

Community Center 610 E. San Augustine Room 6 & 12 Room 10,11, 17 & 18 Game Room

F ac ility

A d d re s s

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

De p o si t s

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

Re s i d e n t Ra t e

N o n - Re s i d e n t Ra t e

$100 $100 $250

45 25 90

$40 per hour $40 per hour $75 per hour

$65 per hour $65 per hour $85 per hour

$100

25

$25 for 2 hours

$25 for 2 hours

De p o si t s

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

Re s i d e n t Ra t e

N o n - Re s i d e n t Ra t e

$250 $100

90 25

$100

25

$75 per hour $40 per hour $90 (Friday: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

$85 per hour $65 per hour $100 (Friday: 5:30 pm-8:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm -4:30 pm)

De p o si t s

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

Re s i d e n t Ra t e

N o n - Re s i d e n t Ra 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

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.

F ac ility

A d d re s s

Maxwell Adult Center 1201 Center Street Arts and Crafts Room Class Room Dinning Room Multipurpose Room

De p o si t s

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

$250

25

$40 per hour

$65 per hour

$250

25

$40 per hour

$65 per hour

$250 $250

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$25 per hour $75 per hour

$35 per hour $85 per hour

S p o r ts R en ta l F a c i l i ti es F ac ility

A d d re s s

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

Re s i d e n t Ra t e

N o n - Re s i d e n t Ra t e

De p o si t s

Re n t a l Ra t e

A d d i t i o n a l I n f o rma 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

Pav i l i o ns F ac ility

A d d re s s

Dow Park

610 East San Augustine

De p o si t s

Large Dow Park Pavilion

$100

Small Dow Park Pavilion

$100

Splash Park Pavilion

$100

McHenry Park

1201 Center Street

McHenry Park Pavilion

$100

Re n t a l Ra t e $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 f o rma 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.


Project Updates Parks & Recreation

COMMUNITY CENTER AND RECREATION CENTERS

The renovation and expansion of the Community Center to include an indoor pool was one of the original Type B projects in 2015. However, after in-depth consideration, the conclusion was made that permanent repairs to the existing Community Center, including the addition of an indoor therapy pool, would exceed $6 million. Since July 2018, City staff, City Council, the Deer Park Community Development Corporation (DPCDC), and the Parks and Recreation Commission have seriously contemplated replacement versus repair of the existing structure. On May 1, 2021, Deer Park voters authorized the Type B sales and use tax to be continued and authorized additional uses of the tax to include the new Community/ Recreation Center Complex. In June 2021, City staff approved a contract with Brinkley Sargent Wiginton Architects for the design of the new Community/Recreation Center. The proposed Community/Recreation Center complex consists of 3 new buildings, each located on the north side of Dow Park. The Community Center, to be constructed next to City Hall, is intended to house the activity, program, and meeting rooms, as well as staff offices. The Recreation Center is intended to house the gymnasium, indoor walking track, and indoor pool, which is to be built on the site of the current Community Center and Gymnasium after demolition of the existing buildings. The new outdoor swimming pool bathhouse will replace the existing structure. Anticipated timeline for construction of the new Community/Recreation Center Complex is approximately 44 months. The estimated cost is approximately $42.6 million. Cost estimates include all professional services, such as architectural, engineering, geotechnical, surveying, as well as construction and the furniture and equipment for the facilities. City staff initiated a two-step process for selecting a Construction Manager-at-Risk (CMAR) for the project. Step 1 involved the issuance of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for companies to serve as the CMAR. After receipt, review, and scoring of the Statements of Qualifications (SOQs), a short list of the top scoring 5 firms was developed. In December 2021, City Council authorized Step 2 of the selection process, the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) to the top 5 respondents. Proposals were received on January 19 and will go through a process of review, interviews, and presentations by the companies, as well as scoring and ranking of proposals. The City of Deer Park introduced the selected Construction Manager at Risk firm, Durotech, at the April 5 Joint City Council meeting. Durotech has a long history of projects within the Houston area as well as completing multiple projects for Deer Park ISD. The City of Deer Park will now work with Durotech and Brinkley Sargent Wiginton to begin reviewing and rising construction plans. Additionally, work will continue to insure that the project is within the specified budget capacity. The City will work with these two partners to provide the best quality of life value for the community with the funds allotted. Funding Source: 2021 Type B Bond Election

SPENCERVIEW BRIDGE In 2015, the Spencer View Bridge was approved along with the renovations of the Spencer View Athletic Complex. The purpose of the Bridge was to have access from the Park to Glenwood Park for pedestrians and additional Parking. Staff is working with TF Harper on the proposed Bridge with the cost and installation. Harris County Flood Control has added additional requirements that the City staff will have to review in moving forward with the Bridge project. Funding Source: Economic Development Sales and Use Tax from May 9, 2015 Special Election

DOW PARK BRIDGES The Department has started Phase 4 of the Dow Park walking bridge replacement program. This last phase will complete the replacement of (8) eight wooden bridges with 8’ X 23’ galvanized bridges in Dow Park. This project will be completed in September 2022. The Department has been working with T.F.Harper and associates to complete Phase 4 of the bridge replacement project program in FY 21-22. The bridges are currently in manufacturing and will be installed shortly after they are received. Funding Source: Capital Improvement and Capital Outlay Funds.

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www.deerparktx.gov/parksandrec


BATTLEGROUND GOLF COURSE CLUB HOUSE ROOF REPLACEMENT

NE HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS

The Northeast Hike and Bike Trail begins at Park Green Park and extends south to Wynfield Park and Running Brook Park offering trail and path connections along the way. The project consists of decomposed granite trail, steel edging, solar bollards, amenities like bike racks, stone savers for trail heads and more. The The City of Deer Park Parks and Recreation Department is working with project is currently complete. A ribbon cutting will be Tremco and their subsidiary, WSI, to execute a contract for the repairs to the scheduled Fall of 2022. club house roof. Once completed, materials will be ordered and work can begin on this project. Funding Source: City Funds along with a Trails Grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Funding Source: Golf Course Lease Fund with pass-thru funds of $200,000 awarded to the Department for this project. The City of Deer Park Parks and Recreation Department is working with a vendor to complete repairs to the Battleground Golf Course club house roof. The project would consist of removing the existing clay tile roof, water proofing, and replacement of clay tiles.

TYPE B HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS Hike and Bike Trails – This is one of the seven projects that was approved at a Special Election for Type B Economic Development Sales and Use Tax Proposition in May 2015. This trail is a 1.04-mile trail that connects East X Street to East P Street and connects Tiffany Amber Park, Wynfield Park, and Runningbrook Park by way of existing sidewalks. City staff conducted the final walk-thru on Friday, June 24. A ribbon cutting will be scheduled Fall of 2022. Funding Source:Type B Economic Development Sales and Use Tax

GLENWOOD PARK CLEARING AND GRUBBING The City of Deer Park Parks and Recreation Department contracted with Soil Worx, LLC to clear the property for future development and to have access for a TCEQ Air-Monitoring Station on site.

GIRLS SOFTBALL COMPLEX ADDITIONAL PARKING The City of Deer Park Engineering Department is working on the site plan. Staff will be reviewing schematic designs in Fall of 2022.

Next steps on this project will be to move the TCEQ monitoring station to the park. Funding Source: Fund Balance Type B Economic Development Sales and Use Tax Funding Source: Fund Balance Type B Economic Development Sales and Use Tax

DEER PARK SOCCER COMPLEX ADDITIONAL PARKING This project was advertised to go out for Proposal June 29 and July 6, 2022. The project will expand parking at the Soccer complex of over 300 additional spaces. The location will be on the South portion of the Complex adjacent to 13th street. There will be lighting on the Parking Lot for safety purposes. Funding Source: Fund Balance Type B Economic Development Sales and Use Tax