Official news about the City of Cedar Park from the City of Cedar Park.  
Yard Trimmings Spring Recycling March 29-May 7
Gather up those leaves, grass and bundled branches to be recycled on your regular weekly trash day from March 29-May 7. 

How does it work?
  • Yard trimmings can still be put out year-round, but will only be recycled March 29-May 7 and another time during the fall, exact dates to be determined. The rest of the year they go to the landfill.
  • Set yard trimmings out for recycling with your trash and other recycling by 7 a.m. 
  • Bundle branches to weigh less than 40 pounds and be no more than four feet long and limbs may be no more than four inches in diameter.
  • Use as many paper lawn waste bags as needed for leaves and smaller trimmings. Plastic bags cannot be accepted for recycling.
  • These bags do not count toward your 7 extra items allowed each week outside of your cart.
  • No wet bags. They are too heavy and break too easily.
  • You will get a letter in the mail with your Utility Bill giving you all of this information. 
The Weekly Yard Trimmings Recycling is different than the Residential Tree Limb Collection from the ice storm. These are two different programs.
Residential Tree Limb Collection from the ice storm is nearing completion

This is NOT the same as the Weekly Yard Trimmings Recycling.

  • The green section of the City will be complete by Friday, March 26.
  • Crews will continue working in the yellow section for several weeks.
  • The deadline for putting tree limbs out for the yellow section from the ice storm was March 15. Please do not add any more limbs to those piles.
  • No bundling needed.
  • No charge.
  • Just move the limbs as close as you can to the street without blocking the sidewalk or the street.
  • City crews cannot enter your private property to pick up limbs.
2021 Community Survey

Are you one of the residents who received a City of Cedar Park 2021 Community Survey? It really is from us! So, please respond by mail or online.

The City of Cedar Park has teamed up with Polco to conduct a resident customer satisfaction survey. Polco is sending out a batch of surveys to a randomly selected group. If you receive one, please take a few minutes to complete it and return it either by mailing it to the address on the survey or going to the website provided on the letter and postcard. Polco is using benchmarking questions to make the results comparable to other similar-sized cities and they’ll present results publicly to the City Council at a future date.

Thank you for participating!
Take the Police Chief Survey
We want your feedback! We're recruiting for a Chief of Police and want to hear from the community on what's important to you. Survey closes March 28.

Take the short 3 minute survey now:
The March 25, 2021 City Council Meeting was conducted in a hybrid meeting format, with some City Council Members and some City staff attending in-person. 

Council discussed, among other items:

  • Meeting recess for recognition of Cedar Park High School Lady Timberwolves 20215A State Basketball Champions (held outdoors)
  • Appointment of Elle Albert to Parks, Arts and Community Enrichment Advisory Board
  • Continuation of City of Cedar Park’s February 2021 Winter Storm Declaration of Local State of Disaster

Watch our Facebook video of the recognition of the Lady Timberwolves Basketball Team (held outside of Council Chambers) here.

Watch the video recording of the meeting here.

The next scheduled City Council Meeting is April 8, 2021.
Easter is right around the corner! Make sure the Easter Bunny knows to Buy Cedar Park. Two cents of every dollar you spend in Cedar Park helps fund projects for parks, trails, road improvements and so many others that help make our community great.

The City is hiring for seasonal lifeguards and we want you!
  • Work hours from June to September
  • We provide training and testing at no cost to you
  • Must be at least 16 years old
  • $9.50 - $10.50 hourly

We ❤️ the Lady T-Wolves!
Last night at the City Council Meeting, the CPHS's Basketball team was recognized for becoming the 5A State Basketball Champs. 

Congratulations, players and coaching staff led by Coach Donny Ott!

WilCo Forward Small Business Grant Program Phase 2 is accepting applications right now! Eligible small businesses affected by the pandemic can receive $500 per employee, with a maximum of up to $10,000 in assistance. During Phase 1 of the program, WilCo issued more than $34 million in grant checks. We look forward to continuing to support our local businesses during these difficult times. Apply here.

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Leander Public Works
607 Municipal Drive, Leander, TX 78641


No “deuces” or “aces” at Veterans Memorial Park Tennis Courts April 5-7 … just some love* for the damaged fence. Closed while repairs are made.

*Pun intended – we get that “love” = no points in tennis. We're showing this fence some love.

I ❤️ Cedar Park! #iheartcedarpark
While the City of Cedar Park is not a vaccine provider, you can find vaccine updates, a map of State-approved providers and answers to frequently asked questions on the Texas Department of State Health Services page. Get more information here. The data provided on the State of Texas website is from the Texas Department of State Health Services and cannot be verified by the City of Cedar Park. 

Additionally, Williamson County has set up a vaccine information hotline that is staffed Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The number to call is 512-943-1600. Wilco is also managing the vaccine wait list. Click here to register.

The Williamson County and Cities Health District also has a helpful Vaccine Information webpage. Get information here.
You can find more information, including local COVID positivity and hospitalization rates, latest orders and links to resources, on the City of Cedar Park’s COVID webpage.
Helpful Links and Information
  • State of Texas COVID vaccine information can be found here. The City is not a vaccine provider. This information is provided by the State.
  • Community resources for senior residents or those at high risk: Find the list on our website here
  • Sign up for Smart 9-1-1 today: Just by providing as little information as your home address can make a difference during an emergency. Fill out your profile here
  • Find updates, current case counts, resources and more on all things COVID-19 on the City website here
COVID-19 Links
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