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2 hours ago
Round Rock, Texas – City Government
NEW PLAYGROUNDS COMING SOON: Round Rock City Council approved Thursday, Jan. 13, the purchase of new playground equipment for the replacement of existing structures at Kinningham Park and Buck Egger Park later this year.

The new playgrounds will feature state-of-the-art play structures including swings, slides, a variety of stationary and netted rope climbing structures, balance paths, interactive play opportunities and more.

Supply chain issues are expected to impact availability and delivery of the new equipment. Installation is estimated to be completed within approximately six to eight months.

Funds for the combined $256,000 project are allocated from the City’s Parks Improvement and Acquisition Fund, which is dedicated to funding projects that enhance and expand local parks throughout the community.

Photos included here are renderings of the equipment set to be installed at Kinningham Park.

NEW PLAYGROUNDS COMING SOON: Round Rock City Council approved Thursday, Jan. 13, the purchase of new playground equipment for the replacement of existing structures at Kinningham Park and Buck Egger Park later this year.

The new playgrounds will feature state-of-the-art play structures including swings, slides, a variety of stationary and netted rope climbing structures, balance paths, interactive play opportunities and more.

Supply chain issues are expected to impact availability and delivery of the new equipment. Installation is estimated to be completed within approximately six to eight months.

Funds for the combined $256,000 project are allocated from the City’s Parks Improvement and Acquisition Fund, which is dedicated to funding projects that enhance and expand local parks throughout the community.

Photos included here are renderings of the equipment set to be installed at Kinningham Park.
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Could they add a shade structure? There are not a lot of shade trees right adjacent to the playground if I recall.

The children are really enjoying the new play structure in Frontier Park near me. Over the past couple of years the park has been vastly improved. Thank you.

Rock Hollow park needs some help! Seems to be forgotten

Can yall put the swings back at Veterans park.

4 days ago
Round Rock, Texas – City Government
Dang, yall! Now thats a glow up! 🤩 #10yearchallenge

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No trees. Not a great look.

We moved here from SC a few months ago and I adore this little downtown 🥰

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❄️WEATHER UPDATE❄️ The National Weather Service forecast shows much colder temperatures behind a late Wednesday cold front that will lead to the possibility of a wintry mix Thursday into Friday morning.
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If frozen precipitation does occur, expected amounts are forecast to be mostly less than 1/10 inch. With above normal ground temperatures in place prior to the cold snap, the potential for solid surface accumulations are low. However, we should be prepared for the possibility of ice accumulations on exposed surfaces such as elevated sidewalks, as well as bridges and overpasses.
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While this weather system is not expected to produce extreme conditions, it's a good reminder to take some time to review your family's emergency plan, register for alerts and do a few things to make sure you're prepared not panicked during potential future weather events.
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Keep your inner Texan in check and stop hoarding all of the steak, brisket and teepee. The rest of us like to have those things, too.
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Learn what you can really do to be prepared this winter weather season at the link in our profile.
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