About Us

    Live Oak City Pool

    The pool is closed for the season.


    The City of Live Oak Parks and Recreation Department consists of the Park Supervisor, Recreation and Special Events Manager and five additional Parks employees. The Parks Division is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of approximately 100 acres of park land to include the Main City Park, Lakeside and Woodcrest Park. Along with traditional landscape maintenance, the crew oversees all park amenities including four baseball fields, a football field, a skate park and two-18 hole disc golf courses. They work closely with Texas Parks and Wildlife, The Forestry Service and San Antonio River Authority to continue to offer a park system that is unparalleled in this region.

    Our Recreation Division serves the citizens of Live Oak and surrounding communities through a variety of programs designed to enhance the quality of life. This office develops and implements all city wide special events to include the Daddy Daughter Dance, Easter Egg Scramble, Memorial Day Parade, Junior Fishing, Movie in the Park, Halloween Family Night, Christmas in the Park and the city festival Shindig on Shin Oak! In addition, the Recreation and Special Events Manager oversees the Municipal Swimming Pool, facility usage, youth sports and is the liaison for civic groups within the city.

    Staff Contact Information:

    Recreation and Special Events Manager
    Courtney Weese - 653-9140, ext. 2235
    cweese@liveoaktx.net

    Parks Supervisor
    Kyle Weese - 653-9140, ext. 2178
    kweese@liveoaktx.net


    Community Service Opportunities

    There are many ways to further enhance your education, and participating in community service is among the best! Many colleges and universities look not only at a student’s academic achievements, but also how they have served the community. Live Oak offers many opportunities year round for students and adults alike to participate in exciting programs, and receive recognition while doing it.


      Community Rentals

      Planning a family reunion, business meeting, wedding reception or other special event? The City of Live Oak has unique locations for these occasions, as well as seasonal parties. Live Oak rentals are centrally located in Live Oak with convenient access to IH 35 and Loop 1604.

      Reservations are taken on a six month rolling calendar. The reservation fees are due and payable at the time of reservation. Please stop by City Hall to finalize your arrangements. Our staff will assist you with the appropriate forms and discuss your options. Forms of payment that are accepted include cash, check, Visa and MasterCard. Checks must be issued ten days prior to the date of the rental. Reservations can also be made over the telephone, using Visa or MasterCard. The agreements may be faxed or mailed to you for your signature and return

      For more information regarding rental facilities, or to make a reservation, please contact the city receptionist at 210-653-9140 ext. 2200.


      Live Oak Pool:

      Update - No Private Pool Parties are currently being booked until further notice. The pool accommodates up to 75 people. The Live Oak Pool offers guests exclusive use of the facilities, ample seating and shade as well as a special wading pool for our youngest guests.  Reservations are usually taken starting May 1 of each year and are typically available for the months of July and August. 

      Photo of Live Oak Pool

      Pool Rental Agreement


      Clubhouse:

      Located at 7901 Shin Oak Drive, the maximum capacity for this venue is 72. The clubhouse is climate controlled for year round functions and is readily wheelchair accessible. In addition, it has been fully remodeled to include a kitchenette with beautiful finishes and top notch appliances. You are welcome to decorate the facility within the guidelines of the rental contract you will execute at the time of reservation. Tables and chairs are available for your use. Please refer to your Terms and Conditions for the policies on alcohol, open flames, throwing of rice, etc.

      Clubhouse Rental Agreement


      Round Pavilion:

      The round pavilion is located near the top parking lot of the park, close to the baseball fields and playground. Extensive limestone rockwork gives this pavilion a true outdoor Texas appearance. The round pavilion is also equipped for electricity, making it a perfect choice for any gathering. Enjoy sweeping views of the Live Oak Lake along with a large playground, barbeque pit, six picnic tables and clean restrooms. Approximately 1444 square feet.

      Photo of Round Pavilion

      Photo of Round Pavilion

      Park Pavilion Rental Agreement


      Rectangular Pavilion:

      The rectangular pavilion is located near the bottom parking lot, a short distance from the park entrance. Perfect for birthday parties and company picnics or simply an afternoon in the park. Nestled amongst an expansive playground, this facility is approximately 800 square feet and is stocked with picnic tables. In addition, barbeque pits, a basketball court and clean restrooms are nearby.

      Photo of Rectangular Pavilion

      Park Pavilion Rental Agreement


      To view the rental contract, rules and rates, please select one of the following:

      Pool and Clubhouse Address:

      7901 Shin Oak Drive
      Live Oak, TX 78233

      Park Address:

      18001 Park Road
      Live Oak, TX 78233

        Youth Sports

        Live Oak is pleased to offer a variety of youth sporting opportunities to our residents and those in the surrounding community. Although these teams utilize Live Oak facilities for practices and competitive play, each organization is independently managed separate from the city.

        The City of Live Oak contracts with these youth sports organizations and they have exclusive use of their respective fields during the season. Fields are open to the public on a first come, first serve basis when not being utilized by these teams.


        Live Oak Dolphin Swim Team

        The Live Oak Dolphin Summer Swim Team has been proudly serving young swimmers from the City of Live Oak and the surrounding area for over 40 years. We strive to provide a family friendly, fun and competitive swim team experience. Once a Dolphin Always a Dolphin!

        For questions or information on how to become a Dolphin, you can contact them at lo.dolphins@yahoo.com. You can also visit the Dolphin website at liveoakdolphins.swimtopia.com/.


        Live Oak Jaguars Football/Cheerleading Organization

        Live Oak Jaguars

        Our primary goal is to provide youth with opportunities for skills development, teamwork and participate in a competitive-fun environment. When adopting rules, establishing standards and in all planning aspects the primary consideration will be what is best for our youth participants. Our youth represent the different cultural backgrounds that make up our city and surrounding communities.

        For information regarding football and cheer registration, please visit the Live Oak Jaguars website at www.lojaguars.website.siplay.com/. Additionally, you may contact Al Hollins at 210-219-9085.


        Greater Northeast Little League

        GNELL Mission- Greater Northeast Little League is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide instruction, guidance and exemplary leadership through the Little League program, to assist children in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. Espousing the virtues of character, courage, loyalty and selflessness, the Little League program is designed to develop superior citizens through participation in baseball, softball and community service.

        For more information regarding the Greater Northeast Little League, please visit www.gnell.org/ or call 210-392-1916.

          Special Events

          The Live Oak Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to offer a variety of programs sure to please everyone, from our youngest residents to our more seasoned community members. Throughout the year we invite the community to take part in these special events: Daddy Daughter Dance, Easter Egg Scramble, Memorial Day Parade, Junior Fishing, Shindig on Shin Oak, Movie in the Park, Halloween Family Night, Arbor Day and Christmas in the Park.



          Check back regularly for upcoming events


          For information regarding the Parks & Recreation programs, please call Courtney Weese, Recreation and Special Events Manager at 210-653-9140, ext. 2235 or email cweese@liveoaktx.net or Cathi Piotrowski, Public Works Administrative Assistant at 210-653-9140 ext. 2234 or email cpiotrowski@liveoaktx.net.

            Municipal Pool

            2020 SUMMER POOL INFORMATION

            Live Oak City Pool

            The pool is closed for the season.


            The Live Oak Swimming Pool is a big hit during those hot summer months here in Texas! Many residents enjoy spending a relaxing day soaking up the sun and cooling off in the six lane pool. We also have a baby wading pool that is two feet in depth, perfect for the younger children. The pool features durable shade canopies that keep the rays from beating down; one which covers the entire baby pool area and the other three on the surrounding pool deck. There are a limited number of lawn chairs spaced throughout the pool grounds, as well as tables for guests to enjoy. Vending machines are located on the property; however please feel free to bring your own food and beverages into the pool, with the exception of alcohol and glass containers. Being fully handicap accessible, including a wheel chair water lift for disabled patrons makes the Live Oak Pool a prime destination.

            Children age 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult age 18 or older.

            Daily pool admission is $2.00 for Live Oak residents, however a driver’s license (with current Live Oak address) must be presented as proof of residency. Admission for non-residents is $5.00. The Live Oak pool can only accept cash or personal checks, and no bills over $20.00 are accepted. No Pool Passes will be issued this summer.

            No Private Pool Parties are being booked until further notice.


            Families Incorporating Safe Habits- FISH Program

            Live Oak Pool

            While at the pool, don’t forget to take advantage of the Life Jacket Loaner Program! Safety is a top priority for our guests and the City of Live Oak has taken extra measures to ensure that our patrons have a safe and enjoyable experience while visiting us. If your child needs assistance when swimming, the Live Oak Pool offers the complimentary use of a lifejacket. Please see a lifeguard for assistance and they will make sure your child is properly fitted and safe for the water.


            Spotlight On Staff

            The City of Live Oak is fortunate to have such a great group of young adults that oversee the pool every summer, and assist with special events throughout the year. All of our employees are Red Cross Certified Lifeguards, and must be a minimum of 16 years old. If you are interested in learning more about lifeguard certification, please visit http://www.redcross.org/. For questions regarding employment at the Live Oak Pool, please contact Courtney Weese at cweese@liveoaktx.net or 210-653-9140 ext. 2235.

            Live Oak Pool Staff 2017

            For information about renting the Live Oak Pool, please visit our Community Rentals page by clicking here.

            For additional photos of the Live Oak Municipal Pool, please click here.

              Parks & Recreation Commission

              The Parks and Recreation Commission was created by Ordinance Number 438 of the Ordinance of the City of Live Oak, and our Code of Ordinances outline its duties. Their objectives include:

              • Recommend plans to the planning commission and the city council for developing, establishing, locating and expanding the city’s park system.
              • Establish and implement procedures and methods for the operation of present and future parks with council approval.
              • Interpret the attitudes and the recreation needs of the city and determine and recommended a program to satisfy those needs.
              • Receive complaints on the park operation and satisfy such complaints to the satisfaction of the commission and complainant within the authority vested in the commission.

              The Commission consists of seven regular positions and three alternates. Meetings are held quarterly
              on the 2nd Tuesday in January, April, July and October at 6:00 p.m. The Tree Care Board meets at 6:00 p.m. and Parks & Recreation meets after.

              Parks & Rec Commission Roster September 2020


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