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Community Leaders

The Astros Community Leaders Program

The Community Leaders program provides newly renovated baseball and softball fields to Houston-area children through an $18 million investment in city-owned public parks over a five year period. Developed by Astros Owner Jim Crane, the Community Leaders initiative is in collaboration with the City of Houston, local corporations and the Astros Foundation. All renovations and additional safety features are funded by the Community Leaders program at no cost to taxpayers.

To date, 20 fields in eight parks have been renovated with additional refurbishments currently underway. The program also includes year-round field maintenance and currently serves more than 1,200 children. Additional features include player and coaching clinics, complimentary tickets to Astros games, equipment and special visits from Astros players and front office personnel.

The Astros Community Leaders partners are ConocoPhillips, Cheniere, Halliburton, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Schlumberger, Lexus, Champion Energy, Occidental Petroleum, Nabors, Anadarko, Crane Worldwide Logistics, and LyondellBasell.

    The fields renovated through the Community Leaders Program include:
  • Diez Park - 1818 Dumble Street, Houston, TX 77023
  • Sunnyside Park - 3502 Bellfort Street, Houston, TX 77051
  • Moody Park - 3725 Fulton Street, Houston, TX 77009
  • Ingrando Park - 7302 Keller Street, Houston, TX 77012
  • Melrose Park - 1001 Camino Road, Houston, TX 77076
  • Denver Harbor Park - 6402 Market Street, Houston, TX 77020
  • Hidalgo Park - 7000 Avenue Q, Houston, TX 77011
  • Stude Park - 1031 Stude Street, Houston, TX 77007

More fields to come!