Official news about the City of Cedar Park from the City of Cedar Park.  
Delivering Joy: 1,000 jobs coming to Cedar Park
Shop LC relocates national headquarters,
makes $50 million capital investment in Cedar Park
The Cedar Park City Council approved a deal, as recommended by the City's Economic Development (Type 4A) Sales Tax Corporation, for Shop LC Global Inc., to move its national headquarters from the Austin area to Cedar Park. Shop LC is a television network and leading online retailer of jewelry and lifestyle products. The project will create 1,000 local jobs, making Shop LC Cedar Park's largest employer, plus they'll make a $50 million capital investment in our community with a 200,000 square-foot facility near East New Hope Drive and North Bell Boulevard (US 183), completed by September 30, 2024.
New Library design renderings* alert!
Design update on the new Cedar Park Public Library in the Bell District

The new Cedar Park Public Library in the Bell District is getting closer to being ready to start construction next fall! The project architects, LakeFlato, presented a design update to City Council at their Thursday November 18 meeting.

LakeFlato shared their renderings of the finished the schematic design. The new Library will be nestled among pecan trees and flow into the Bell District's Backyard, with dedicated outdoor space, a reading porch and so much more! They're now working on the design development. In early to mid-2022, they'll work on construction documents and permitting, then break ground in fall next year. The Library is anticipated to open in spring 2024.

*Imagery is to give a sense of space, feel and overall design; Exact items, such as exterior landscaping/plants and interior furniture, are still to-be-determined.
City offices closed November 25 and 26 for Thanksgiving holidays

  • Closure includes Library and Recreation Center - re-open for normal hours on Saturday, November 27
  • Other City facilities re-open for normal hours on Monday, November 29
  • Normal Thursday trash and recycling moves to Friday
  • Normal Friday trash and recycling moves to Saturday
  • Monday-Wednesday trash and recycling not affected
  • Many City services offered online - find list here
Brushy Creek North Fork Trail Virtual Informational Open House

Learn more about our latest trail network mobility and connectivity project: the Brushy Creek North Fork Trail.

Click here to participate in the project's Virtual Informational Open House, and comment on the project through Sunday, November 28.
Save the Date: Bond Advisory Task Force (BATF) Open House December 8

Over the past few months, the Bond Advisory Task Force has been prioritizing Public Safety, Transportation, Parks and Recreation, and Public Facilities projectsito include in a recommendation report to City Council. At a future City Council meeting, Council will receive the report, review the recommendations and determine whether to call a future bond election.

Make plans to attend the BATF Open House in-person Wednesday, December 8, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. (come-and-go format) at the Cedar Park Recreation Center, or online for 24 hours. Either way, you'll be able to see what's on the BATF's preliminary project list-with-detailed-project-overviews and share your feedback. Event specifics coming soon at
The November 18, 2021 Regular Scheduled City Council Meeting was in a hybrid meeting format, with some City staff and some members of the public participating in a video conference call, that was streamed and broadcast live on our web and television channels.

Highlights included:
  • Appointment of Council Member Eric Boyce to Mayor Pro Tem position
  • Resolution authorizing City's participation in statewide opioid settlement agreement
  • First reading, public hearing of update to City ordinance to account for contracted annual rate adjustment for inflation and fuel increases, and specify monthly solid waste cart reimbursement, additional cart monthly administrative fees

Watch the video recording of the meeting here.
The next Regular Scheduled City Council Meeting is December 9, 2021.

Helpful Links and Information
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Resources, including information on child vaccinations, here
  • Community resources for senior residents or those at high risk for COVID-19: 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, so fill out your profile here
  • Find updates, current case counts, resources and more on all things COVID-19 on the City website here
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