One year ago today, surrounded by friends, neighbors, and community partners, we unveiled the new name for our signature urban park system: Waterloo Greenway. This exciting, bold vision symbolizes our vibrant community, celebrating nature and inclusion, while acknowledging history, and building connections to one another. Waterloo Greenway encompasses our ambitions to create a wondrous park […]
This week, Waterloo Park welcomed the first of several playscape features! Take a look at this beautiful custom slide manufactured in Frasdorf, Germany by Richter Spielgeräte GmbH in coordination with our world-class landscape architects Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates. Each twist and turn was CNC cut from granite and carefully delivered to Austin. The special feature […]
On August 1, Waterloo Greenway relocated a 16” Live Oak tree to its new home at Waterloo Park in downtown Austin. The tree was moved from its original home at the University of Texas at MLK and Red River to the west side of Waterloo Park along Trinity. This live oak is the last of […]
For decades, American leadership has failed to invest in our nation’s crumbling infrastructure. Now, with a prolonged health crisis battering our economy, the consequences of inaction are dire.
Today is an important day for reflecting on our history, in observance of Juneteenth’s 155th anniversary. Since 1865, the date has commemorated the occasion of President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, official in 1863 and became enforced in Texas, marking a day of liberation and celebration for enslaved people. We would like to join our black community […]
Today, Waterloo Greenway relocated a nearly 150-year-old Live Oak tree to its new home at Waterloo Park in downtown Austin. Although a significant move logistically, the tree didn’t travel far, as it came just ½ a block from its original location at the site of the offices of the Austin Symphony Orchestra at 1101 Red […]
While our team continues working from home, we’ve taken this time to make much needed improvements at our offices. We are thankful for our beautiful headquarters in the historic Hardeman House, originally built in the 1850s. The building was moved to Symphony Square in 1971 to serve as part of a cultural arts center and […]