Mick Massey, RLA
Senior Associate, Texas Regional Director
Mick’s 28 years of experience in municipal government is value added to any community project. He believes partnerships are a marriage between local leaders knowing what is best for their communities and consultants who compliment that knowledge to find the best overall solution for a community project. Mick’s enthusiasm for public projects is contagious and his knowledge of local government is extremely helpful. He is a registered landscape architect, park planner, and a master at building public consensus. Mick has served as President of both the Texas Recreation and Park Society and the Southwest Park and Recreation Training Institute.
Fun Facts About Mick
Fly fishing in the Flat Top Wilderness, Colorado
Favorite Vacation Spot
Favorite Neighborhood Burger Joint
Haystack Burgers and Barley - Richardson, Texas
Favorite Backyard Activity
A cold night, a hot fire, and a good bottle of wine with my wife Betsy and my grown daughters Amber and Sarah
Favorite Household Product
Texas Recreation and Park Society
President’s Award, 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘13, ‘14.
Accomplished Professional Award, 2000.
Gold Medal Award for Outstanding Parks and Recreation Department Management and Best Practices, 1999, ‘11.
Texas Tech University
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
University of Virginia Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service
Completion of the Leading Educating and Developing Forum
University of Kentucky National Crime Institute
Completion of the Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Program
Talk To Mick
817.527.6880 x 184
Texas Recreation and Parks Society (TRAPS)
2018 President's Award