Precinct 3 Projects

Coleman's Canyon Preserve

Improvements to Plum Creek Trail would include approximately a four-mile section from I-35 East to Cool Springs Nature Park. This trail segment is will specifically assist residents of East Hays County to access services in the City center. 

Purgatory Creek Nature Preserve

Improvements to Plum Creek Trail would include approximately a four-mile section from I-35 East to Cool Springs Nature Park. This trail segment is will specifically assist residents of East Hays County to access services in the City center. 

Roy Creek Canyon Preserve

Improvements to Plum Creek Trail would include approximately a four-mile section from I-35 East to Cool Springs Nature Park. This trail segment is will specifically assist residents of East Hays County to access services in the City center. 

Gregg-Clarke Park Improvements

This project proposes a public skate park and splash bad. In addition, improvements proposed will address landscaping and irrigation, playground, lighting, and sod repair. In addition to improvements.

Old
Glory 

This conservation easement would preserve watershed function and mitigate flooding risk by limiting development. Protection of the Blanco River watershed will ensure balanced temperature, moisture, rainfall, and overall water quality. 

Sentinel Peak Preserve

Improvements include picnic areas, a covered pavilion, outdoor public restrooms, an inclusive playground, sand volleyball courts, fitness equipment, parking areas, and environmental interpretation.

Dry Cypress Creek Trail

Improvements include picnic areas, a covered pavilion, outdoor public restrooms, an inclusive playground, sand volleyball courts, fitness equipment, parking areas, and environmental interpretation.

Starnes
Ranch

Improvements include picnic areas, a covered pavilion, outdoor public restrooms, an inclusive playground, sand volleyball courts, fitness equipment, parking areas, and environmental interpretation.

Blanco Bend Ranch

This conservation easement provides an opportunity to preserve landscape, protect local springs, and provide habitat for threatened or endangered animal and plant species. The project proposes a trail corridor that could provide connectivity between Kyle and San Marcos.

Wimberley Youth Sports Association

Proposal of a prioritized project list that identifies needs, improvements and enhancements to existing Sonny Gold facility and purchase of property in Precinct 3 for the construction of a new sports complex.

SMRF Recharge Lands

This land purchase would address equity and access to active park sites for residents of Eat Buda. The proposed 50-acre land acquisition would be developed into sports fields or other active uses to respond to increased demand of sports fields.

Cypress Creek De Cordova Trail

This land purchase would address equity and access to active park sites for residents of Eat Buda. The proposed 50-acre land acquisition would be developed into sports fields or other active uses to respond to increased demand of sports fields.

John Knox
Ranch

This conservation easement would protect natural resources like Blue Hole Spring located in the 300-acre summer camp and retreat center.

Presa
Grande

Conservation easement of a heavily forested area with significant karst features and drainages into Little Sink and Sink Creek. Protecting this property is crucial to water quality and quantity inflows into the Edward's Aquifer and San Marcos Springs. 

Blue Hole Nature Center

This new facility would include a public Nature Center, indoor/outdoor classrooms for nature camp expansion, a greenhouse, a theatre for documentaries, prairie and wetland restoration areas, and staff offices.

Woodcreek
Park

Expansion of recreation for all ages with ADA compliance in all locations by creating a new park with play strucutres, adding a gazebo to the town center, educational signage, installing a nature viewing platform and outdoor games to the existing Agusta Park.