Precinct 4 Projects

Garison
Park

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. 

Dripping Springs Regional Skatepark

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. 

Garison Parkland Expansion

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. 

Violet Crown
Trail

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

Onion 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.

Patriot's
Hall

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

Old Fitzhugh Road
Multi-Use 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.

Dripping Springs Town Center

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.

Garlic Creek
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.