In 2005, the City of Wimberley embarked on a mission to save the Blue Hole from the threat of residential development. After an unprecedented fundraising effort, the land was purchased by the City for use as a community park. Now, the City is embarking on an effort to design the newly acquired 126-acre park for the enjoyment of residents, visitors, and future generations. It will include much needed recreational facilities for the growing community. The park will balance the needs of the community while preserving and restoring the historic Blue Hole and surrounding ecosystems. The City hired Design Workshop to design the park that was originally envisioned in a master plan led by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in 2006.
It is important that your voice is heard throughout the process!
Numerous documents related to the planning process will be available on this website. Visit the Plan Documents page to find them grouped according to each planning phase. More documents will be added as they become available.
Phase 1 anticipated completion
Phase 2 anticipated completion September 2011
Notice to Bidders
The City of Wimberley invites the submission of sealed bids for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, and performing all work required for the construction of Blue Hole Regional Park Improvements.
Read the full Notice