Brushy Creek,
The District continues to celebrate Parks and Rec Month! We encourage you to get outside and enjoy our many recreational activities and enjoy a day in our parks!
BBQ Cookoff (Vendor Spots & Competition spots still available!)

Recreational Activities
Community Center
The District has reached the American Red Cross Gold status as a Level Learn-to-Swim provider. The American Red Cross has shared that The District is ranked number two in the nation for the number of swim lessons conducted. This is an incredible achievement and a feather in the cap of Brushy Creek. If you visit a pool or see an Aquatics team member, please share in the joy of this outstanding accomplishment. 
Great job, Team! 

District Tree Removals
Winter Storm Uri damaged many trees across the District. The median on Great Oaks (between O'Conner to Dorman/Evans and Stonebridge to Hillside) has trees marked for removals. Tress at Cat Hollow parked are also marked. The trees are marked with a bright orange/pink ribbon.
  • Removal of trees is scheduled for July 28th

  • The removal process will take 2-3 weeks, pending no weather delays
The District will place door hangers on homes with the property directly adjacent to the areas with trees removed starting July 21.

  • There are 29 homes adjacent to Cat Hollow Park that will receive door tags

  • Cat Hollow Park has 51 lacebark elms that will be removed 

  • The trees on the median are 29 lacebarks and oaks 
The District will be planting 43 new trees in several areas, including:

  • 12 at Cat Hollow Park

  • 3 at Creekside Park

  • 29 in the medians (to replace some of the lost canopies from the storm)
Planting will take place in late July/August.

Mulch added to District Playgrounds
Kiddie Mulch continues to be added to playgrounds across The District. Pictured here is Property Maintenance Technician Dan Paberzs getting ready to spread the kiddie mulch at Highland Horizon Park.
Parks & Rec Month

Brushy Creek is pleased to participate in the National Recreation and Park Association's July Parks and Rec Month! Parks are at the center of so many experiences and memories. Our local parks are often our first experiences in nature, our introduction to a favorite hobby or physical activity. They are places to gather with friends and family, spaces to celebrate life’s special moments, spots of respite and healing, sites that connect us with essential community services and so much more.

Local parks have been essential throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with many community members finding a new appreciation for the essential spaces in nature.

Brushy Creek encourages its members to visit our Parks and participate in our Recreational activities.

The National Recreation and Park Association encourages community members to use the official hashtag, #OurParkAndRecStory when posting to social media.

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