Circle C Metro Park Playground Project

The playground at Circle C Metro Park

The Circle C Playground replacement aims to provide inclusive, accessible playground equipment that meets today’s playground safety standards. The Austin Parks and Recreation Department's goal is to improve the quality of play experiences while providing environmental stewardship in the sensitive area.

The playground is estimated to have been installed in 1990.

The project objectives include:

  • Improve accessibility and inclusivity for children of all ages and abilities
  • Limit risk to playground safety hazards including low branches and nearby parking lot
  • Provide new play features to allow maximum enjoyment of the area
  • Protect the heritage live oak trees

The survey closes Sunday, August 25, 2019. Tell your friends!

The Circle C Playground replacement aims to provide inclusive, accessible playground equipment that meets today’s playground safety standards. The Austin Parks and Recreation Department's goal is to improve the quality of play experiences while providing environmental stewardship in the sensitive area.

The playground is estimated to have been installed in 1990.

The project objectives include:

  • Improve accessibility and inclusivity for children of all ages and abilities
  • Limit risk to playground safety hazards including low branches and nearby parking lot
  • Provide new play features to allow maximum enjoyment of the area
  • Protect the heritage live oak trees

The survey closes Sunday, August 25, 2019. Tell your friends!

Circle C Playground Replacement Survey

Please answer the following questions to help guide the project team.

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When you visit Circle C Metro Park Playground, how long do you typically plan to stay? required

Playground Equipment Styles

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Traditional playground equipment - Post and platform structures with slides and climbers, typically users bright colors

Traditional playground equipment

Nature themed equipment - Post and platform structures with a nature theme and earth tone colors

Nature themed equipment

Kinetic play equipment - Post climbers and spinners that keep kids moving

Kinetic

Net climbers - Net climbing structure that links to manufactured logs and boulders

Ropes and boulders

Imagination/Nature Play – Boulders, logs and sticks that allow children to use their creativity to create games and activities

Nature play

Tell us more about you

Austin Parks and Recreation uses this information to assess how well we are reaching community members in order to have representation across all segments. Your participation is helpful.

How long have you lived in the City of Austin?
What is your age range?
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What is your gender?
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