We're proud to announce that the Conservancy has been awarded funds from Visit Austin, Texas (Convention & Visitor's Bureau) to repair and restore a number of historical features in Pease Park and the Shoal Creek Greenbelt! CCC-era picnic tables, benches, and walls as well as the southern section of the Janet Fish Wall built in the 1960's will all be addressed. You might recall that just over a year ago we restored the northern section of the wall. All told, about $50,000 worth of repairs will be made.
Constructed in 1934...more
In partnership with the Austin Art in Public Places Program, we are excited to host a TEMPO installation at Pease Park. Local Artist Yareth Fernandez will install her piece Geospace during the weekend of November 5th and 6th. Geospace is comprised of tetrahedrons meant to create a heavy contrast with the environment while also forming a playful visual geometric pattern.
On the morning of November 5th we'll kick-off the installation with a fun-raiser. That's right FREE to the public and open to all ages! Light breakfast bites and...more
October 22, 2016
AmeriCorps will join Pease Park Conservancy for a day of cleaning up and removing invasive species at Pease Park. Over 80 AmeriCorps members have committed to help us get the park in top shape before Winter rolls in. This is a great time to plant trees and clear the hillside of invasive species.more
November 5, 2016 9am - 12pm
Each year the Austin Parks Foundation hosts a citywide park improvement day called It's My Park Day. Traditionally the event is held in Spring, but due to popular demand they've added a date in the Fall. This years event will be Saturday, November 5th.
We will be hosting an event at Pease Park. Tasks for the day will be suitable for all ages. APF and PPC provide snacks, refreshments, tools, and t-shirts for all the great volunteers who participate.
Registration will be posted here soon!more