Signature Park

The Signature Park offers community members a gathering place for weekly and monthly outdoor activities.

Upon exploration of the Signature Park, community members will have the opportunity to walk, run or bike the newly paved 1.4 mile trail. This trail starts off of Pioneer Trail, with parking available at the Traphene Hickman Library, Hillside Village mall and off of N Cedar Hill Road.

Our new Signature Park offers café style tables, benches and outdoor lighting; perfect for gatherings, events and socializing with friends.

Embracing the natural beauty of Cedar Hill, over 14, 000 different types of native plants and 200 trees were used in the design of the park. 

As you walk along the pathways, scan the QR code on our plant ID signs to learn more about that specific plant and click on the plant name below. 

For more information about native plants in Texas, follow this link: Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center 

  1. Cedar Elm/Ulmus crassifolia
  2. Texas Red Oak/Quercus buckleyi
  3. Pecan/Carya illinoinensis
  4. Texas Ash/Fraxinus albicans
  5. Texas Redbud/Cercis canadensis var. texensis
  6. Mexican Plum/Prunus mexicana
  7. Mexican Buckeye/Ungnadia speciosa
  8. Osage orange/Maclura pomifera
  9. Turk's Cap/Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondii
  10. Buttonbush/Cephalanthus occidentalis
  11. American Beautyberry/Callicarpa americana
  12. Lindheimers Muhly/Muhlenbergia lindheimeri
  13. Dwarf Palmetto/Sabal minor
  14. Sideoats grama/Bouteloua curtipendula
  15. Blue grama/Bouteloua gracilis
  16. Inland Sea Oats/Chasmanthium latifolium
  17. Dallas Red Lantana/Lantana urticoides
  18. Gulf Muhly/Muhlenbergia capillaris
  19. Mealy Blue Sage/Salvia farinacea
  20. Texas Sage/Leucophyllum frutescens