Success Stories

(What we’re doing to make our neighborhood better)

(Suggested content provided by Alan Crudden; it has not been Board approved.)

Well….that’s a great idea!

A business case was presented to our Board showing that we could sink our own well for landscape irrigation and very quickly recover costs. It worked! Not only that, but we’re also considering an expansion of the system to save even more money.

Making Neenah Avenue Greener & Safer

While we’re all happy with the recent work on Neenah Avenue in our neighborhood, we also had to (sadly) say goodbye to a number of trees.  By working with Williamson County Commissioner Terry Cook, we were able to not just replace those trees but also get more of them as well as a wider variety. “Thank you!” to the Davis Spring residents who help make our neighborhood more beautiful each year.

Bike riders (and parents of bike riders) will be happy to see that Commissioner Cook also made sure we got wide, safe bike lanes. Children biking to our nearby schools will be much safer because of her work.

New Disc Golf Course Coming Soon

The Austin Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) is in the process of acquiring the greenbelt space behind the strip shopping center at the corner of Neenah Avenue and Calaveras Drive. PARD will be maintaining a
nine-hole professionally designed disc golf course — right across from our own Trailhead Park. Members of the Davis Spring community have worked with PARD and Austin District 6 Council Member Jimmy Flannigan to shepherd this along. We hope to see a dedication ceremony soon — thanks to all!

Let’s Play — in our NEW Playscape!

COMING SOON: A brand new playscape will be installed in our Trailhead Park. Bring your kids by — there’s something for everyone ages 0-12. (Yes, parents, there’s seating in the shade too.)