Pickfair Community Center hosts a variety of recreational and leisure activities for the far Northwest Austin community, utilizing the old fire department building as a "micro-gym" and an additional room as an activity and meeting space.

Per the COVID-19 Mayoral declaration, the Center is closed  to the public effective Monday, March 16th .  Please check the Closure page for update.

To learn more about programs that we offer, please visit our online registration page. Select Pickfair Community Center. as the location and search.

If you are interested in renting our facility for your next event, please download the rental agreement (PDF). Call (512) 974-1320 for availability.

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The Boys and Girls Club of the Austin Area will be providing youth programs that include After School Programs and Single-Day Camps at Pickfair Community Center. For registration or program information about the Boys and Girls Club of the Ausitn Area, please email Kellie Paolillo

Pickfair Community Center



Historical Information

The facility was built in 1988 and housed the Northwest Travis County Municipal Utility District #2 Fire Station and Meeting Room until January 1998. The Austin Fire Department temporarily occupied the site while a new AFD facility on Anderson Mill Road was under construction. Upon completion of the COA-AFD station, the Austin Parks and Recreation Department and the local community saw the need for recreation services in the area and began developing and promoting children’s summer and after school activities as satellite programs of Northwest Recreation Center.  Pickfair Community Center opened its doors as a City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department Summer Playground Program site in June 2000.