The City of Austin and the Parks and Recreation Department is looking for your ideas on the adaptive reuse of the Seaholm Intake Facility and the surrounding park land. Give us your comments and ideas on Speak Up Austin and at the Open Houses. Come to the Open House to see inside the space and give us your ideas and better understand the sounding district developments. The most prominent and feasible ideas will then be incorporated into a Design Ideas Competition.

For more information please see the Parks and Recreation Department project website, www.austintexas.gov//department/seaholm-intake

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Attachment: Slideshow - Seaholm Intake Facility Images

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The Seaholm Intake facility is an iconic Art Deco design and was once the pump house for the Seaholm Power Plant. The Seaholm Power Plant is a City-owned retired power generation facility, designed by Burns; McDonnell Engineering Co. and built of cast concrete in two phases in 1950 and 1955. The site is bonded north south by the Cesar Chavez and the Lady Bird Lake and east west by Shoal Creek and the Railroad ail bridge.

The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department appreciates your ideas about what should be done with the Seaholm Intake Facility located on West Cesar Chavez, across from the Seaholm Power Plant, and it is now time to talk about the top ten ideas! Those ideas can be seen at City Hall until Aug. 2nd, or online at austintexas.gov/department/seaholmintake under “Design Idea Competition”. SpeakUp! now and tell us what you think about these top 10 ideas!

The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department appreciates your ideas about what should be done with the Seaholm Intake Facility and it is now time to talk about the top ten ideas! Those ideas can be seen at City Hall until Aug. 2nd, or online at austintexas.gov/department/seaholmintake under “Design Idea Competition”. SpeakUp! now and tell us what you think about these top 10 ideas!