Dorothy Johns Triangle
Dorothy Johns Triangle is a pocket park on Crestland and Meadowview named for Dorothy Johns, who is a former HNA president and its current historian.
Dorothy Johns Triangle has picnic tables, a walking path, and benches, and is open to the neighborhood for recreation and community activities.
Our neighborhood is responsible for maintenance on the park and 2 clean up days have been set for the second weekend of each month: Saturday from 8-10am and Sunday from 3-5pm. Please invite your neighbors. We need help pulling weeds and mowing the grass. Please bring any tools you may want (shovel, gloves, bags, lawn mower, etc). Any help you can give would be great, even if it’s only 15-30 minutes.
Thanks for helping to keep our neighborhood beautiful!
Austin’s Public Works Department has requested that all volunteers:
- are provided a copy of the Neighborhood Partnering Program Manager (NPP) Volunteer manual : NPP Volunteer Manual
- have signed and submitted an NPP Volunteer Release : NPPA Volunteer Waiver Release
Please either hand your Volunteer Release to Damon directly, or mail it to the NPP Manager:Justin Golbabai
Neighborhood Partnering Program Manager
Public Works Department
505 Barton Springs Road, Suite 900
Austin, TX 78704