We’d like to thank everyone who participated in our recent Palm Park Conversations and our generous partners at Wells Fargo for funding our community engagement series through their Community Grant program! There’s still time to share your feedback! Take our online survey below and let us know what a vibrant Palm Park looks like to […]
This is an update regarding upcoming impacts from the ongoing construction of The Confluence. Water Outage The City of Austin will briefly turn off water service at 9 a.m. on Friday, September 8, for approximately an hour. Residents and businesses from 601 to 699 E. 3rd St. will potentially be affected. This process is known […]
Initial work continues near Third and Fourth Streets for a new biofiltration pond to improve water quality in Waller Creek. In addition, limited work south of Cesar Chavez Street will start Wednesday, June 7.
You may notice the contractor clearing some vegetation for access, concentrating on removing invasive plants first. Please keep in mind that the project will include extensive plantings of native vegetation and trees. The project will improve both the water quality in Waller Creek and wildlife habitat.
13-Acre Project to Increase Connectivity, Revitalize Creek Around Central Business District AUSTIN, TEXAS – May 3, 2023 – Waterloo Greenway Conservancy and the City of Austin broke ground this morning on The Confluence, the second phase of Waterloo Greenway’s comprehensive plan to revitalize Waller Creek and create a 1.5-mile greenway stretching from Waterloo Park at its […]
The next phase of Waterloo Greenway, The Confluence, will connect 4th Street to Lady Bird Lake in collaboration with the City of Austin and construction partner, Jay-Reese Contractors. Join us for a virtual meeting before construction begins this spring! Tuesday, April 18, 20236:00 PM About The ConfluenceExtensive work will include creek reconstruction to stabilize eroded slopes, creating habitats […]
The Confluence, formerly called the Creek Delta, is the continuation of the 35-acre Waterloo Greenway park and trail system along Waller Creek in downtown Austin. A public-private partnership between the City of Austin and Waterloo Greenway Conservancy help make this work possible.
Waterloo Greenway Conservancy, the City of Austin, and U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett announced monumental support by the federal government to propel the next important phase of Waterloo Greenway’s expansive park system project forward – The Confluence.
We invite you to learn more about Waterloo Greenway and our vision for a 1.5-mile vibrant park system, connecting Waterloo Park at 15th Street to Lady Bird Lake, with community gathering spaces, gardens, and trails around a restored Waller Creek.
On September 10, 2022, Waterloo Greenway relocated a 45” trunk diameter pecan tree to a new home along the southern end of Waller Creek in downtown Austin near the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center.