Shannon Creek is a 14.86 acre undeveloped park on the west end of Burleson. The Parks and Recreation Department is currently working to create final concepts for design and would like to know the community's thoughts. This is the third round of feedback based off of our initial survey, and we can't wait to build a park that our community can enjoy for years to come.

The following items were commonly requested in the first round of surveys and will be incorporated into the final design:
-a combination of natural and paved trails
-restroom facilities
-shade over play features
-manicured open space
-naturalized areas including wildflower seeding
-parking improvements (location TBD)

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* 1. How old are you?

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* 2. Do you have children?

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* 3. If YES, How old?

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* 4. Are you a Burleson resident?

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* 5. If yes, do you live in the Shannon Creek Neighborhood?

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* 6. If you are not a Burleson resident, where do you live?

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* 7. The concepts below are provided to begin the discussion on what types of amenities you would like to see, and where they can potentially be placed. Once the final amenity list, and placement is decided we will begin the next round of design where we will ask the community about specific design elements, playground selection, native areas, etc.

Please select which layout you would like to see of the options provided.

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* 8. Please provide a proposed name for the park.

Natural features are often considered when creating park names. For example: Shannon Creek (current creek that runs through the park). We've also listed nature species below that have been observed and documented within the park, as additional input/ideas for naming considerations: (Example: Soapberries Park)

Type of Birds:
Phoebe
Heron
Blue Jay
Hummingbird

Type of Plant/Tree: 
Soapberries
Bluestem
Sunflower
Pecan

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* 9. Please let us know any ideas or feedback you have for the design of this park.

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