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Lt. Russell A. Steindam Park

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Documents

Lt Steindam Park Renovations Site Plan.pdf

Features

  1. Baby swings
  2. Hike and bike trails
  3. Playground
  4. Practice Fields
The park is currently closed for renovations. We anticipate construction to be complete by early September 2020.

I
mprovements planned for the park are:

•  Drainage improvements to the practice fields
•  Erosion repair and turf replacement along Reunion Drive and Quincy Lane
•  A new trail connection to join the adjacent sidewalks at the northeast and northwest corners of the park
•  A new irrigation system
•  Tree additions throughout the park
•  Removal of some of the declining Hackberry trees with an alternative tree variety on the north side of the park, with progressive replacement in years to come.


Please visit these nearby parks during our renovation: WH “Buzz” Rasor ParkHeritage YardsArchgate ParkLone Star ParkPrairie Meadow Park or Windhaven Meadows Park.


Lt. Russell A. Steindam Park is a neighborhood park with playground, shade pavilion, picnic tables, grills (1), drinking fountain, hike/bike trail, and open sports practice fields (first come, first served).

This park, named in 1993, honors Lt. Russell A. Steindam, Plano's only Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. Lt. Steindam was killed in Vietnam in 1970 and posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in 1971 for actions during the Vietnam conflict when he fell on a grenade to save his fellow soldiers.

Map of Lt. Russell Steindam Park (PDF)