Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey and share your vision for the new nature play area at Pease Park. The nature play area will motivate curiosity, stimulate open-ended interaction with nature, and help children develop life-long empathy with the natural world and each other.
The Moody Foundation's $9.7 million gift will fund the design and construction of the first phase of the Pease Park Master Plan, and will serve as the lead gift for the Conservancy’s planned Capital Campaign to be launched early 2018. Learn more here!
Pease District Park was officially designated as a State Antiquities Landmark by the Texas Historical Commission (THC) at the THC's quarterly meeting on Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. The designation recognizes the park's historical and cultural significance. "Pease Park is Austin oldest park. Its development by the Kiwanis Club in 1926 proved to be the genesis of the City of Austin's parks system." Learn more here!
The long anticipated bikeway under the 24th Street bridge is now open! This short underpass allows trail users to avoid the dangerous 24th & Lamar intersection, while also enjoying Shoal Creek and a bit of nature ...more
Amplify AustinMarch 1, 2018
Help restore, beautify, and preserve Austin's central city park for generations to come! Schedule your donation today!
It's My Park Day at PeaseMarch 3, 2018
Join us for It's My Park Day: Spring Edition at Pease Park. Help us clean and restore beauty to Pease Park! Register Here!
Keep Austin Beautiful DayApril 14, 2018
Mark you calendars for Keep Austin Beautiful Day, an annual day of volunteering and making the world a happier, greener place!