The Dallas Parks and Recreation Board is scheduled to vote Friday on changing the name of Robert E. Lee Park.
A statue of the confederate general was removed from the park on Thursday after more than a week of challenges, including a temporary restraining order and a crash involving a crane to be used.
The parks board is planning to temporarily restore the old name Oak Lawn Park until its settles on a new, permanent name.
A protest by a pro-Confederacy group on Saturday at the park was contentious, but largely peaceful. One counter protestor was arrested by police after a brief scuffle with the group This Is Texas Freedom Force.
A separate task force is still working on recommendations for what to do with other monuments, building names and streets tied to the Confederacy in Dallas.