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Snakes are in their natural habitat outdoors, if you encounter a snake, be cautious and give it some space. Don't try to move or kill the snake, as most bites occur this way. Allow it to pass or walk as far around as possible to avoid it. Don't be afraid of snakes, but please be aware!
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The City of Garland park hours are from 6 a.m. until midnight.
Open gym basketball times vary by center. A calendar of available times can be found at GarlandParks.com on each recreation centers page.
To host a special event in the City or at a Park, you will need a permit. Please see the Special Event Permit page for more information and fill out the online application. For assistance and additional information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. Ordinance 22.69 limits sound levels within the city, therefore amplified sound is prohibited.
All maintenance concerns can be reported to the Park Operations office at 972-205-3589 or email.
Reports can be made to 972-205-2750, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If after hours emergency, please call the Water Control Department at 972-205-3210. Press option Number 5.
Restrooms and drinking fountains are closed or turned off from November 15 to April 15 to prevent possible freeze damage. Although there might be nice days in February and March, we must protect equipment from late freezes each spring. Your patience and understanding in protecting these assets is appreciated.
The City of Garland does not require a permit at this time. Please note the following restrictions:
Sales of good and or services within Garland parks is prohibited without pre-approval from the Parks Department.
Yes. Public boat ramp access to Lake Ray Hubbard is available free of charge at:
Chaha Boat Ramp3201 Zion RoadGarland, TX 75043
Boating related items are handled by the State of Texas. Please contact Texas Parks and Wildlife at 972-226-9966 for assistance.
A license is required for any resident and non-resident who fishes in the public waters of Texas. A license is not required for those fishing under the age of 17. Please visit Texas Parks & Wildlife or contact the Garland office at 972-226-9966 for further information.
Flying radio controlled model airplanes or shooting archery is prohibited in all parks.