Parks and Recreation

​Our Vision

Build, maintain, and offer quality of life amenities in Marble Falls that are second to none - parks, recreational facilities, hike and bike trails, walkable connected sidewalks, public lake access and waterfront development; and age appropriate recreational opportunities.


About Us
The Parks and Recreation Department consists of a Director, Parks Superintendent, Administrative Assistant, Maintenance Technicians, and summer pool staff. Responsibilities include the maintenance, operation, and programming of the Lakeside Pavilion, parks, hike and bike trails, sports fields, swimming pool, and other locations across the city.

The summer pool staff includes a Supervisor, Lifeguards, and Cashiers. Responsibilities include safety for the swimmers and other pool visitors; collection of fees, and maintenance and care of the pool area; as well as swimming lessons, swim team, and private pool parties.  The YMCA of the Highland Lakes will be managing and operating the pool for the 2016 summer season.
Parks and Recreation Collage
Parks
There is approximately 130 acres of park land, trails, greenbelts, and facilities in Marble Falls. Johnson, Falls Creek and Lakeside Parks are adjacent to one another and are very popular for family outings.

These parks are also used for some of Marble Falls’ largest special events like Howdy-Roo, Mayfest, Children's Day, July 4th Celebration, Lakefest, and the Walkway of Lights.

Recreation
The Parks and Recreation Department offers summer aquatics programs; and, partners with local youth/adult leagues, civic organizations, and recreational contractors to provide recreational and educational opportunities for all ages. The Parks and Recreation Department also facilitates the use and enjoyment of our park facilities and Lakeside Pavilion.

Parks and Recreation Commission

The Parks and Recreation Department interfaces with the Parks and Recreation Commission; which is a volunteer citizen committee that serves in an advisory capacity and makes policy recommendations to the City Council concerning the acquisition, maintenance, operation and use of parks and open spaces within the city.