Old Settlers Park Sports Complex Improvement Project

July 2008 - Posts

Entire park isn't closed, just the baseball and softball complex

Come out to Old Settlers! Only the baseball and softball complex are closed during construction and renovations for the Sports Capital Improvement Project. We have been getting calls from concerned residents. The entire park is not closed, only the baseball and softball complex. Residents and guests can still enjoy the Rock'N River family aquatic center, park trails, the lake, volleyball courts, disc golf course, picnic areas, playgrounds, tennis courts, soccer fields, football fields and pavilions. If you have any questions, call 512-218-5540!

Reminder: Baseball and softball fields close for renovations on July 21

The City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation, the Round Rock Baseball League and Sertoma Girls Softball league representatives met on May 14 and supported the postponement of fall baseball and softball play to accommodate construction of the Old Settlers Park Sports Complex Improvement Project. This is a reminder that with the exception of any previously scheduled tournaments, July 21 is the closing date for the entire baseball and softball complex at Old Settlers Park.

The park will reopen in phases. The new girls softball complex is under construction currently and set to open in November 2008. The baseball complex is expected to be complete in February for Spring ball 2009.

If you haven't been out to Old Settlers Park in awhile, you'll see the shade structures and bleachers are installed at the Southwest and Northwest Complex, two softball fields have been converted to baseball fields at the Northeast complex, lights and fencing is complete at the new Girls Softball Complex and the foundation and walls for the concession and restroom facility at the softball complex is complete. Progress is occuring daily and this closure on July 21 will allow construction to move quickly and safely! For more information on the Sports Complex Improvements visit www.roundrocktexas.gov  or call Round Rock Parks and Recreation at 512-218-5540.