Author Archives: Friends of Shipe Park

Shipe Park Update

HERE’S THE LATEST NEWS ABOUT THE PARK CONSTRUCTION! Work on Shipe Park improvement projects officially began on October 8th when the City of Austin approved the Notice to Proceed the swimming pool contractor. Projects already done or currently under way include: … Continue reading

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FALL FUNDRAISER 2018 $34,000

FUNDS NEEDED FOR MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS TO SHIPE PARK Hi Neighbors! Great things are starting to happen at Shipe Park! As the new pool construction begins this fall, plans are in the works to improve other areas in need of attention including… … Continue reading

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The Story of the Shipe Log Cabin

Everyone is eager for construction to begin on Shipe’s new pools and bathhouse.  Despite some delays related to design adjustments and the permitting process, groundbreaking is still planned for late fall.  The Friends of Shipe Park (FOSP) will provide a … Continue reading

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Ball Moss Removed from Heritage Oaks

By Jill Nokes Loving our trees! Thanks to an urban forestry grant provided through the COA’s arborist’s office, Friends of Shipe Park hired Just Trees arborists last month to remove 90% of the ball moss that was smothering the oaks … Continue reading

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Shipe Park Improvements Coming Soon!

Stay engaged and stay tuned as we continue to create the plan needed to make these projects a reality! Continue reading

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It’s My Park Day 2017

It’s My Park Day at Shipe Park is one short month from today! Mark your calendar now. Volunteer registration opens soon. Thanks to the amazing Clif Wright for our graphic design!

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Shipe Park Thanks You!

From all of us at Friends of Shipe Park, thank you for coming to the 8th Annual Shipe Pool Party and making it such a fantastic summer community gathering! At the height of the event, we estimated 400 people in attendance … Continue reading

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