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City of Melissa Parks and Recreation  

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The City of Melissa has four beautiful parks and a Hike and Bike Trail for our residents to enjoy. Each of our parks offer facilities that are available to the community to enjoy and can be reserved for private gatherings through the Development and Neighborhood Services Office.  

City of Melissa Parks Facilities 

City Hall Plaza Park
Behind City Hall at 3411 Barker Avenue

The City Hall Plaza Park opened Summer 2016 and is t
he newest addition to the City of Melissa’s parks and trails system. This space offers a vibrant gathering place for residents and visitors alike. The plaza will serve as the host of a number of community events and programs.

The space features a large open pavilion (available for private gatherings), walking paths and a central water feature/spray fountain for children (and children at heart) to enjoy on a warm summer day or watch a colorful light show as you chase the streams of water at night. 
Spray Fountail Colored Lights_May 2016
Update on Spray Fountain/Water Feature (June 27, 2016)
This ornamental park is the next step in creating the Town Center – an area envisioned by City leaders to be reminiscent of a downtown square in an old Texas town, with City Hall in the center flanked by public plazas, and two-story office, retail and residential uses in surrounding blocks. 

This project reflects the City Council’s strategic goals of beautification and fostering connections through an open space for the community to gather and experience the small town feel that is unique here in Melissa.  

Learn more about the Town Center plan here

Zadow Park

    Zadow Park:
    3001 McKinney Street 
ighway 5)

    Features a pavilion, restrooms, picnic
    areas with grills, sand volleyball court,
    basketball/Inline skate court, and 
    three baseball fields.

  Bob Miller Park:
  1716 Miller Road
  (Formally Berry Road)

  Features a pavilion area, playground
  and restrooms.

Bob Miller Park

Hunters Ridge Park Cropped

  Hunter's Ridge Park:  
  Located off Melissa Road
  (In H
unter's Ridge Subdivision)

  Features a playground, pavilion
  area and benches.

Interested in reserving a facility?  Visit Park Reservations for details.
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