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Welcome to Colony Park

The Colony Park Sustainable Community Initiative began as a three-year master planning process supported through a $3 million U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Communities Challenge Grant.  The culmination of this planning process was the adoption of the Colony Park Master Plan and Design Guidelines and Planned Unit Development (PUD) zoning district for the 208-acre parcel of publicly-owned land located on Loyola Lane between Johnny Morris Road and Decker Lane.

The City of Austin Economic Development Department is working to ensure that the next phase of the project, the Implementation Phase, is successful.  During this phase, the City is working with community partners to secure a Master Developer through a formal Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and Request for Proposal (RFP) process. We believe that with this two-step process we can secure a Master Developer who will work with city staff and the community to realize the Colony Park vision.

Your ideas and participation will ensure the implementation of the Master Plan reflects the vision of the community. Learn more about the project and subscribe to the mailing list.

What's New?

Join us for the 2019 Colony Park Back to School Bash!

The Economic Development Department, Colony Park Neighborhood Association and partners are excited to host the second annual Colony Park Back to School Bash! We are working together to support families in ensuring students return to school healthy, prepared and motivated to learn.  

The superhero-themed festival will include a day of celebration with live music, free backpacks and school supplies, exhibit fair, and raffle prizes. There will be an array of activities for parents, teens and children to enjoy. Bring the family for free food, shaved ice, a bouncy house, face painting, balloon artists and much more. Superhero costumes are welcome and encouraged, so don’t miss the fun! 

 

SAVE THE DATE:

Friday, August 2, 2019 

5:00pm-7:00pm  

Turner-Roberts Recreation Center 

7201 Colony Loop Drive 

Austin, Texas 78724

Spanish translation services will be available. To view the event flyer, please click here.

 

Thank you to our partners for their continued support:  

RBI 

 

Nearby City Initiatives

Colony Park District Park Master Plan: 93-acres of parkland located at the heart of the Colony Park Master Plan will soon offer open spaces for families to enjoy. Development of the District Park was made possible by the City of Austin 2008 Bond, including matching grants from a Texas Parks and Wildlife Local Park Grant and a St. David’s Healthy Living grant provided by Austin Parks FoundationColony Park District Park is expected to offer outdoor recreation opportunities that promote physical activity and healthy living.  The Park will also be home to the City of Austin - Art In Public Places (AIPP) Peace and Harmony Mural.  For more information about this exciting community art peice, CLICK HERE.

Walter E. Long Master Plan: The Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park Master Plan will help determine the long-range vision for the entirety of the park, including areas currently used by other organizations. Potential improvements in the park could include elements such as enhanced trails, additional water-related recreation, fitness opportunities, camping, special event venues, and educational and cultural exhibits. 

Project Connect: The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CMTA) or Cap Metro has a created a plan for mobility investments in Central Texas looking out to the year 2040.  This plan includes a vision for a complete system of reliable and frequent transit with services that operate free from other traffic.  One piece of this vision includes the Green Line Commuter Rail investment, which would repurpose a freight line owned by CMTA into high-capacity commuter rail running from Downtown Austin to Manor.  As currently planned, this line would include a station stop of the Colony Park Sustainable Community site. 

Contact: colonypark@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-3394.