PARKS & RECREATION PROJECTS

Metal Heart Sculpture in Park

City Branding and Gateway Signage Master Plan

In 2018, the Azimuth Group, Inc. (AGI) was retained by the City to support the planning, facilitation, and documentation of an intensive strategic planning workshop. From various collaborative brainstorming exercises, one of many strategic themes was to Enhance the Local Economy. Strategic objectives, or tasks, that were identified under this strategic theme included: defining and marketing a compelling Angleton brand, attracting new commercial development, and supporting quality residential growth.

This project focuses on city gateway signs and landscaping to guide motorists into the community. City branding is currently underway and the completion date is expected Summer 2020.  City gateways will commence early fall and the completion date is expected Fall 2020.

Please review the enclosed survey here.  This link will be available through the end of May. We appreciate your participation to choose the best option for our city!

Click here for KAB’s letter to City Council regarding City Branding.

Click here for guidelines regarding the public City Branding RFP.

Lakeside Park Aerial View

Lakeside Park

The City of Angleton has hired Clark Condon, Houston Landscape Architecture firm, to complete design development for Lakeside Park.  The proposed timeline for design development, construction documents and construction bidding was delayed but started back up June 2020.  Design Development is anticipated to be complete Fall 2020 followed by  construction documents and construction bidding early 2021.  For more information about Lakeside Park development contact Megan Mainer, mmainer@angleton.tx.us

RVi Final Concept (PDF)

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Bates & Dickey Disc Golf Course

The City of Angleton Parks and Recreation Department is excited to announce that we will be expanding and renovating our disc golf course at Bates Park.  The City has partnered with avid local disc golf players to redesign our nine hole course and expand it to an 18-hole disc golf course into Dickey Park.  We look forward to a soft opening towards the end of the Summer and an official ribbon cutting for the permanent course Fall 2020.  For more information about Bates & Dickey Disc Golf course contact Megan Mainer, mmainer@angleton.tx.us.

Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master and Strategic Plan Map

Comprehensive Parks & Recreation Master & Strategic Plan

The Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master & Strategic Plan created a road map for ensuring an appropriate balance of facilities and amenities throughout the community now and into the future. The final Comprehensive Parks & Recreation Master and Strategic Plan was approved by City Council on December 10th.  You can view an electronic copy here or visit the Angleton Recreation Center to review a paper copy.  We are nearing completion of this fiscal year’s actions items.  Pending tasks include:  engage a teen advisory board, boulevard mowing RFP, improve park patrol, develop a neighborhood watch program with the Police Department and implement Lakeside Park Master Plan elements.  For more information regarding these meetings Megan Mainer, mmainer@angleton.tx.us.

Strategic Plan FY 2019-2020 Project Tracker - Tasks completed to date

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TXDOT Traffic Controller Cabinet Art Wraps

The City of Angleton is seeking artists to aesthetically treat utility infrastructure throughout the community. Artists will be commissioned to transform traffic signal controller cabinets in Angleton from functional infrastructure into colorful and inspired works of art.  The City of Angleton, with input from the Keep Angleton Beautiful Board, will select up to three artists and artist teams to develop designs for signal boxes in Angleton. Signal box locations include areas along Business 288, South Velasco and Loop 274.  Artists who are interested should contact Daveyon Edwards for additional information.