Pease Park Conservancy is dedicated to the rehabilitation, beautification, and support of Austin's central city park for the enjoyment of Austin and future generations.

Latest News

Pease Park is Hiring

Now Hiring Director of Development & Communications

April 22, 2019

Pease Park Conservancy Pease Park Conservancy seeks a passionate, dynamic, and committed leader to help us build the future of Pease Park. Full Job Description Here

Pease Park a State Antiquities Landmark

Kingsbury Commons Project Clears Design Commission!

February 26, 2019

Pease Park Conservancy reached another milestone Monday night, February 25, as the City of Austin Design Commission approved the design of our Kingsbury Commons Project as being in compliance with city design and sustainability standards! Learn more here!

24th Street Bikeway

Slope Failure in Wooten Woods

May 8, 2018

On Friday, May 4, 2018 following the severe weather that moved through the Austin area, a slope failure occurred on the west bluff overlooking Shoal Creek adjacent to the 2500 block of North Lamar Blvd. ...more

Kingsbury Commons

Austin Capitol 10,000 Training in Pease Park

April 19, 2019

Pushing a baby stroller carrying my restless two-year-old son, Benjamin, was the beginning of my relationship with Pease Park. The purpose of these walks ended when he rejected the stroller, wasn’t interested in just walking.Read On!

Yippee Ki Yay

Stickwork at Pease Park

September 2, 2017

In January 2018, internationally-acclaimed environmental artist, Patrick Dougherty, created one of his majestic Stickwork sculptures in Pease Park, entitled Yippee Ki Yay ...more

Upcoming Events

Pease on Earth Day!

April 20, 2019

Join us as we celebrate Earth Day and spread mulch in Kingbury Commons to help protect our trees from foot/bike traffic. Register Here!

Eeyore's Birthday!

April 27, 2019

Drum circles, crazy costumes and a depressed donkey what's not to love! Join us for Eeyore's Birthday Party as we will be collecting donations from the T3 parking garage and selling nuts in the park! Event Info Here!

Pease Park Interpretive Plan - Community Input Session

May 9, 2019

We are beginning an interpretive master planning process, and asking community members to weigh in. We hope to gain a better understanding of what storylines are engaging and meaningful to current and prospective park users, and to learn more about community perceptions and knowledge of the park, and how it could be made a more welcoming place for all. Event Info Here