Official news about the City of Cedar Park from the City of Cedar Park.  
New Library survey results
New Library news! You'll recall that in November 2015, Cedar Park voters approved $20.5M in bond funding to build a new Library. Plans evolved to include the new Library in the Bell District, as part of the Bell Redevelopment Project.

In February, we kicked off the design process with a community engagement survey – in which you told us what you like most, what you want to do when you visit and what excites you most about the Library.
Gather up those leaves, grass and bundled and tied branches to be recycled on your regular weekly trash day now through May 7. Get more details here.

How does it work?
Watch a short video with all the information you need here.
City projects updates
If you have questions about:

  • Parks Projects
  • Transportation Projects
  • Drainage Projects
  • Utilities Projects

Our City Projects page has got you covered! Get the details here.
  A total of 3,680,000 pounds of tree limbs collected, city-wide! That's 1,840 tons!
The City crews and contractor have been working tirelessly since February 25 to clean up the tremendous amount of tree limbs residents lost during the storm. The total cleaned up and collected is amazing:
  • More than 20,000 homes in the service area
  • Shredded tree limbs resulted in approximately 4,600 yards of mulch
  • Each yard of mulch weighs 800 pounds
The April 8, 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:

  • Authorization of agreement with CourTex Construction to resurface Park courts
  • Support of National Wildlife Federation's Monarch Butterfly Initiative
  • Construction of 807 Lone Star Drive Pond Rehabilitation and East Whitestone Boulevard (RM 1431) Storm Drain Maintenance Project 
  • City of Cedar Park’s COVID-19 Declaration of Local State of Disaster

Watch the video recording of the meeting here.

The next scheduled City Council Meeting is April 22, 2021.
Looking to get rid of your unused or expired medications?
To help the public properly dispose of unused or expired medication, the DEA is partnering with the Cedar Park Police Department to host the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 24 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
All tablets, capsules and solid dosage forms will be collected. (Intravenous solutions, injectables and syringes will not be accepted.) This is a drive-thru-only event so please stay in your vehicle.
We ❤️ Penny Ewell
After 21 years with the City of Cedar Park, Penny Ewell has retired. She has helped plan so many employee appreciation events and supported City management and City Council — all with great enthusiasm. We will miss all she has brought to the City over her many years of service. #iheartcedarpark
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


9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Leander Public Works
607 Municipal Drive, Leander, TX 78641


Persons age 16 and up are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 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 County's 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
  • 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, so 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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