The City of Angleton acquired 45.7 acres of land through a donation from Angleton Drainage District and was awarded a $150,000 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department grant to develop a walking trail, fishing pier and a kayak launch. For more information about Lakeside Park development contact Megan Mainer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CivicRec is a well designed easy to use Parks & Recreation software for all Park & Recreation management operations including memberships, facility rentals, program registration and more! The City of Angleton is excited to implement CivicRec this fall and spring. For more information about CivicRec click here.
The Recreation Division has instituted an equipment replacement plan and budgeted for a dumbbell rack, dumbbells, prone leg curl and a 5-Stack multi-station that combines a variety of machines into one unit including assisted chin up and dip, lat pull down, back cable row and a cable crossover. Installation of all equipment is complete. Join the Angleton Recreation Center today to try it out!
The Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master & Strategic Plan will create a road map for ensuring an appropriate balance of facilities and amenities throughout the community now and into the future. Stay tuned for progress in 2019.
Restroom renovations, including floor resurfacing and partitions, are underway at BG Peck Soccer Complex. Work will be complete before the Spring soccer season begins.
A community’s character is determined by the perceptions and experiences of those who live, work, and shop there as well as those passing through. Urban design can provide direction and guidance for development to enhance a community’s character by creating a greater sense of place. This project focuses on city gateway signs and landscaping to guide motorists to into the community. Work has already begun on HWY 35 and 288. Stay tuned for more developments this Spring.