Pease Park Conservancy works in partnership with the City of Austin to set the standard for the principles of world-class park management – emphasizing environmental excellence – to improve the quality of this treasured green space for the enjoyment of all.
Pease Park Conservancy celebrates the diverse ecology and history that make Austin’s first public park valuable and unique. The Conservancy works to restore, enhance and maintain this 84-acre public green space for the sustainable use and enjoyment of all.
Pease Park will be known as an accessible urban green space for play, adventure and connectivity, where land stewardship, environmental innovation and inclusive programming embrace the community's history and inspire its future.
What We’ve Achieved
Planted more than 4000 trees across the 84-acre park
Leveraged more than $14M to enhance this public green space
Overseen volunteers in more than 19,800+ hours of work to restore the park’s ecological well-being
Completed the award-winning, unanimously-approved Pease Park Master Plan in 2014
Brought internationally-acclaimed artist Patrick Dougherty’s Stickwork to Pease
Added 3 miles of mulch trails that wind through the forested hillside
Restored and preserved the historic New Deal-era picnic tables and Janet Fish wall
Prevented countless invasive specie from overtaking our treasured green space.