Arlington voters approved a five-year, $236 million bond package that focuses on streets, parks, fire facilities and libraries. Check here to track each project’s budget and construction timelines.

Parks and Recreation

Bond-Parks

Ditto Golf Course Renovations – $3,000,000

This funding would allow for priority renovations as identified in the Ditto Golf Course Master Plan. Current spending schedule:

Design
2015: $800,000

Construction
2017: $2,200,000

Brantley Hinshaw Park Renovations – $400,000

This funding would allow for renovations of the sprayground and pavilion. Current spending schedule:

Design
2015: $100,000

Construction
2016: $300,000

Rush Creek Dog Park – $500,000

This funding would allow for construction of an off-leash dog park per the Rush Creek Mitigation Plan at the former Willows Condominium site on Pioneer Parkway. Current spending schedule:

Design
2015: $100,000

Construction
2016: $400,000

Village Creek/Bob Findlay Linear Park Renovations – $600,000

This funding would allow for reconstruction of aging trail sections and replacement of entry signs at both parks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2015: $100,000

Construction
2016: $500,000

Helen Wessler Park Renovations – $800,000

This funding would allow for creek restoration and installation of a pedestrian bridge over Cottonwood Creek. Current spending schedule:

Design
2015: $100,000

Construction
2016: $700,000

Recreation Center Portion of Hugh Smith Recreation Center/East Library -$19,500,000

This funding would allow for design and construction of a new Hugh Smith Recreation Center and Indoor Pool, which will be co-located with a new East Arlington Branch Library. Current spending schedule:

Design
2015: $2,000,000

Construction
2017: $17,500,000

Deaver Park Renovations – $500,000

This funding would allow for renovations of the trail, playground and entry sign and for dredging of the pond. Current spending schedule:

Design
2016: $100,000

Construction
2017: $400,000

Cravens Park Renovations – $500,000

This funding would allow for renovation of the pavilion, dredging of the pond, and installation of a water well for ball field irrigation. Current spending schedule:

Design
2016: $100,000

Construction
2017: $400,000

Southeast Recreation Center – $25,000,000

This funding would allow for design and construction of a recreation center and aquatic facility at Webb Community Park in southeast Arlington. Current spending schedule:

Design
2016: $2,500,000

Construction
2018: $22,500,000

Randol Mill Park Renovations – $1,000,000

This funding would allow for renovation of the basketball/tennis courts and parking lots, dredging of the pond and playing surface replacement on the Doug Inman Miracle Field. Current spending schedule:

Design
2017: $120,000

Construction
2018: $880,000

Julia Burgen Park Phase II – $1,000,000

This funding would allow for phase two improvements, including construction of a parking lot, pavilion, picnic stations, playground, trails and pedestrian bridges. Current spending schedule:

Design
2017: $120,000

Construction
2018: $880,000

Harold Patterson Sports Center Renovations – $4,000,000

This funding would allow for phase two improvements at the Harold Patterson Sports Center, including reconstruction of lighted soccer fields, concession/restroom facilities, restrooms and parking lots. Current spending schedule:

Design
2017: $400,000

Construction
2018: $3,600,000

River Legacy Parks Renovations – $1,000,000

This funding would allow for reconstruction of aging parking lots, trail sections and erosion repairs along the trail system. Current spending schedule:

Design
2018: $120,000

Construction
2019: $880,000

Bowman Springs Park Renovations – $600,000

This funding would allow for renovations of the playground, restrooms, pavilion and parking lot. Current spending schedule:

Design
2018: $100,000

Construction
2019: $500,000

California Lane Park Renovations – $600,000

This funding would allow for renovations of the sprayground and playground and for construction of a restroom facility. Current spending schedule:

Design
2018: $80,000

Construction
2019: $520,000

Park Land Acquisition – $1,000,000

This funding would allow for acquisition of park land in the highest priority service gap areas. Current spending schedule:

Acquisition
2020: $1,000,000