The City of Elgin urges all to follow COVID Precautions. Face coverings are encouraged for all, stay home if you are sick, wash hands often, practice social distancing, and get vaccinated if you’re eligible.
For more information about COVID and suggested precautions visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. Events may be modified due to COVID or staff availability. Check online for updates.
Register for your favorite activities!
Through healthy parks, engaging programs and continuous community support, the Parks Department wants to encourage everyone to connect with their community and the Elgin Parks Department.
The best way to stay up to date on our programs, classes, leagues and events is by following us on Facebook @ElginTXParks. Not on Facebook? Check back here or call the Recreation Center at 512-285-6434.
You can also pick up our latest program guide at select brochure kiosks in Elgin.
Join Elgin Parks and Recreation every 2nd Thursday of the Month at the Elgin Depot Museum for lawn games and fun at Sip, Shop and Stroll.
Games available will vary month to month, so be sure to stop by and have some fun!
Music in the Park
Every Friday in April and May | 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Veterans' Memorial Park Gazebo | Downtown Elgin
Join Friends of Elgin Parks, Main Street and your community in celebrating Elgin's sesquicentennial with live music in Veterans' Memorial Park every Friday in April and May!
Be sure to bring your beverages, snacks, lawn chairs and friends!
4/1/2022 Shop Dawgs
4/8/2022 Gypsy Drifters
4/15/2022 Larry Harris Band
4/22/2022 Chubby Knuckle
4/29/2022 Allen Lee Band
5/13/2022 Rian Castillo
5/20/2022 Dirt Road
To support the Elgin Arts & Culture event on Saturday, May 21st, Elgin Parks & Recreation invites everyone of all skill levels to decorate the bollards in Elgin Memorial Park. This project is geared towards all ages and creativity levels. Everyone can decorate a bollard to bring brightness and joy to park goers!
2.) Pick a bollard in Elgin Memorial Park, 361 N HWY 95.
3.) Knit, crochet, or weave your family friendly bollard decoration.
4.) Put up your decoration between May 1st and May 20th.
What is "Yarn Bombing"? Yarn bombing is part street art, part graffiti, and part activism, which combines the seemingly “cute” and comforting elements of knitting and crocheting, with the revolutionary and mild civil disobedience of graffiti / “tagging” of public objects, in order to make some sort of artistic statement.