Marble Falls Parks & Recreation Department


July Parks Month begins with free July 4 Pool Party

Glynis Crawford Smith/The Highlander
Mayor John Packer, right, proclaims July as Park and Recreation Month in the City of Marble Falls at the June 20 meeting of the city council, recognizing from the city parks and recreation department, administrative assistant Monique Breaux, left, and parks and recreation director Robert Moss. The department celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2017.

By Glynis Crawford Smith
The Highlander


Marble Falls park survey offers prize drawing

By Glynis Crawford Smith

The Highlander

No matter where you are from, the Marble Falls Parks & Recreation Department wants your ideas for their facilities and programs.

An online survey is being conducted to collect the information that will make its way into the process going on to update the city's Park, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan. The document will help Marble Falls set priorities for parks, recreation facilities, trails and open spaces for the next 10 years.

As an incentive for the effort, those who complete the survey by Aug. 31 will be able to enter a drawing for a chance to win two VIP tickets to FiestaJAM 2016 to be held Sept. 23-24 at Lakeside Park and Pavilion or a 16GB Verizon iPhone 5s.

“Anyone who works or shops here or who just enjoys coming to Marble Falls is invited to take the survey,” said Monique Breaux, administrative assistant for Parks & Recreation. “The city takes everyone's views seriously.”

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