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Future of Hancock Golf Course Community Engagement Session Saturday, February 29

The Hancock Neighborhood Association Parks Committee

Invites the

Hancock, Cherrywood, Eastwoods, Hyde Park, and North University Neighborhoods

to a Community Engagement Session on

The Future of Hancock Golf Course

On Saturday, February 29th from 1:00 to 3:00pm

At the Hancock Recreation Center


The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) is moving forward on recommendations for the economic sustainability of the Hancock Golf Course presented in the “Review of Operations and Strategic Planning for City of Austin Municipal Golf Courses” NGF Consulting report. See pages 80-89 and 103-104; http://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/NGF_Final_Austin_Re...

The recommendation being advanced is the comprehensive transformation of the Hancock Golf Course into anew golf learning center / academy concept, the renovation and operation of which will be done by an outside third-party via a lease agreement. The Request for Proposals (RFP) for the renovation and operation of Hancock Golf Course is on a PARD timeline for issuance in March 2020.

The Community Engagement Session will provide for input on the PARD plan, as well an opportunity to consider options and provide feedback.

  1. Background on March 2012 Hancock Golf Course community engagement meeting.
  2. Presentation by PARD on the conceptual change for Hancock Golf Course. PARD representatives: Kimberly McNeeley, Director; Anthony Segura, Assistant Director; and Kevin Gomillion, Golf Division Manager
  3. Option: Potential to expand revenue streams to cover cost deficit in running the Hancock GolfCourse in its current configuration 
  4. Option: Cease golf at Hancock and convert the facility to a more passive park of open space.

The Hancock Neighborhood Association Parks Committee encourages you to participate at this veryimportant juncture for the future of the Hancock Golf Course, our valued community green space.

HNA Parks Committee: Carolyn Palaima, Chair; Linda Guerrero; Jim Rankin; and Bart Whatley

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