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The Terranova West MUD Park is an eight acre park, located on the east and west sides of TC Jester bordering Cypresswood Drive.
The park is owned and managed by Terranova West Municipal Utility District, (the District) and is separate from the Terranova West POA park. Both parks compliment each other with seamless access. The District works closely with the Terranova West POA to coordinate landscaping within the District and in the TC Jester and Cypresswood medians.
MUD Park amenities and facilities include a lighted, crushed, granite, ½ mile trail, a combination baseball/softball field, a volleyball court, a soccer field, eight exercise stations, flag pole, a Veterans Memorial, a bulletin board, picnic tables, benches, and charcoal grills.
Residents voted in 2006, authorizing a bond for purchase of the land and to voting in favor of the District constructing the park.
Terranova West MUD Park construction was completed and the park opened to residents and guests in April, 2008.
While the original park project was completed in 2008, the park has never been considered finished, each year the District evaluates what improvements to amenities and landscaping can be done within the budget to further enhance the park experience for residents and invited guests.
Recognizing the need for additional green spaces within the District, the three Detention Ponds, all located along Spring Creek Gully on the District’s west side, are being enhanced with amenities, wildflowers, and trees for District residents.
For the last five years, the District has partnered with the non profit Trees for Houston to plant new trees in the park and other common areas and green spaces throughout the District. Trees for Houston typically donates 50 trees and the District’s landscaper plants the trees for free as a community service. Since 2008, over 350 trees have been planted.
Upon learning of the District’s commitment to tree planting in the District, Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle and the County Arborist donated another 35 saplings in 2019. The donation included two Texas Heritage Oak saplings grown from acorns from a Heritage Oak found on the Texas A&M campus and the Kissing Tree Heritage Oak located at the corner of Louetta Road and TC Jester. Both trees are marked with plaques in the park. The County Arborist is donating another 50 saplings in October, 2021. The District is extremely appreciate of the support received from Precinct 4.