Voigt Park is currently under construction so there will not be pool services, pavillion, tennis court, playground, or Voigt Center usage for the remainder of 2016.

For information on plans and updates for Voigt Park please go to the Home page of this website and look under Projects- Voigt Park Bond Election and Renovation in the upper right hand corner in the grey bar.

For more information you can contact City Hall at 210-494-2023 x 201



Shadow Cliff Tennis and Swim Club (1.7 miles from HP City Hall across 281N), located at 15110 Eagle Grove, San Antonio, TX  78232, has agreed to let Hollywood Park residents use their courts and restrooms from now until our new Community Center is completed.
Access to their 5, lighted courts (on availability)and restrooms is possible, after following a couple of simple steps.

  1. Take a business card or slip of paper with your contact info to exchange for a key at Shadow Cliff
  2. Take proof you live in HP (driver’s license or similar). Show them you live here, and get a key at Shadow Cliff.

The security guard leaves at 9p, but courts are lit until 10pm.  Drop your key in the lockbox there if staying late.
Residents keeping keys more than 48 hours will be charged $45 for replacement keys.
HP residents are welcome to participate in leagues, clinics, etc.  Some have fees.  Check with the club for details.

We can also participate in leagues that take place throughout the year.  Check with the Club @ www.shadowcliffswimandtennis.com, or by calling 210-496-1124.

Swimming on a Guest fee basis!
We also can enjoy their pool (the same one used by our Hammerheads temporarily)on a guest fee basis.  Pay a guest fee of $5.00, or buy a book of 5 passes for $20 from the pool office.   Call Lucy @ 210-852-8877 for more pool info.

How to Get There (only 1.7 miles from HP City Hall)
Best way is to take Thousand Oaks to Broken Oak (just past St. Mark’s Church on the right)
Broken Oak to Heimer.  Right on Heimer to Shadow Cliff.  Turn Left.
Shadow Cliff to Eagle Grove.  Take a right and go 2 blocks.  You’re there!

Chris Murphy,
Councilman Place Four