Streets & Parks

416 Gregg Street
Manor, Texas 78653

Ph: (512) 272-5555 Ext. 5
Fx: (512) 272-8636


Administrative Assistant - Melissa Sanchez

Streets/Parks Superintendent - Lance Zeplin

Public Works Director - Matthew Woodard

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday




Jennie Lane Park, located on North Lexington Street, can be reserved and has restroom facilities, a covered picnic area and a gazebo. Greenbury, Bell Farms, and Carriage Hills parks can also be reserved.


Contact City Hall at 512-272-5555 ext. 1 to check park reservation calendar.


Parks/Special Event Reservation Application


Jennie Lane Park


Greenbury Village Park


Carriage Hills Park


Bell Farms Park


Park Regulations


The following are prohibited in public parks:

  1. Glass containers 
  2. Motor vehicles parked on grass or other landscaped area, parked along the right-of-way of a street located within the park unless the area is specifically designated for parking, and motor vehicles parked anywhere in the park that is not designated as a public parking area;
  3. Temporary shelters, canopies, amusements and other structures secured by ground stakes are prohibited in areas of the park that have an irrigation system;
  4. Fireworks, other than pursuant to a permit issued in compliance with state law for an event, show or display approved by the city manager;
  5. Discharge of firearms, air guns, BB guns, paintball guns and devices that discharge or emit a solid projectile;
  6. Scattering or disbursement of confetti, rice, wildflower or any other seeds or grain;
  7. Deposit of disposal of cremation remains;
  8. Deposit of disposal of any living or dead animal, trash, rubbish or garbage;
  9. Fires except in barbeque pits installed as permanent fixtures in the park;
  10. Camping, or any overnight use; or
  11. Destruction, damaging or removal of landscaping, whether natural or installed, flowers, plants, natural environmental features, or other improvements.


Park Hours
City neighborhood parks are open each day between sunrise and sunset. Permits for events to be held in a city neighborhood park may limit or extend the time in which the park is open.




This department is responsible for the following maintenance responsibilities:
• Signs
• Crack sealing
• Street repairs
• Curb-gutter
• Sidewalk repairs on City streets
• Drainage
• Rights of way


Pavement Inventory and Management Report
Concluded in October 2021, the Pavement Inventory and Management Report is an assessment of all the city's roadway network and the conditions of those roadways. The purpose of the study is to allow the city to make data-driven decisions on how to maintain and preserve our roadways. The study rated each roadway segement either Good, Satisfactory, Fair, Poor, or Failed. The goal of the program is to have all city roadways rated at 70% (Satisfactory) or higher. The study will be updated yearly to account for annual roadway maintenance projects.


Current Report:

2022 Pavement Inventory and Management Program


Past Reports:

2021 Pavement Inventory and Management Program


Mowing and Drainages
The City of Manor only maintains major arterials and alleys.

Property owners with curbs and gutter are responsible for mowing private property to the edge of roadways or curb lines, as well as keep curb lines clear of debris and weeds.

Property owners with culverts and driveway are responsible for mowing and keeping culverts and ditches free of obstruction.

Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) maintains areas along state highways and farm to market roads.

Street Lights and Signs
Please report missing or damaged street signs and damaged streets (for example: a pothole) to the Public Works department at (512) 272-5555.

Maintaining Street Lights
The City does not maintain the street lights
 All other street lights are maintained by Bluebonnet.
For street light repairs call Bluebonnet (512) 272-4690.

Traffic Signals
All traffic signals in Manor are maintained by TXDOT. To report problems with traffic signals, please contact TXDOT-traffic signal division at 512-832-7000.


The City of Manor is a diverse, sustainable community and regional leader with exceptional services, a high quality of life, and a safe environment for citizens and businesses to thrive. 

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