Official news about the City of Cedar Park from the City of Cedar Park.  
Even with all of the recent rainfall, we are still experiencing drought conditions. An especially hot, dry weather pattern is forecast through the coming months. During that time, we often see water consumption double at our water treatment plant. It's due to lawn irrigation. 

Think Twice! It pays to follow your two designated watering days and hours. Water conservation not only helps protect our water supply, Lakes Travis and Buchanan – it saves you money on your water bill. 

  • Water before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m.
  • Odd addresses water on Wednesday & Saturday
  • Even addresses water on Thursday & Sunday
  • Commercial addresses water on Tuesday & Friday
Bring on the fun and the Fireworks!

The City of Cedar Park is celebrating the 4th of July! While there will be no parade this year, there will be fireworks, food trucks, music and a movie! Join us at Milburn Park (1901 Sun Chase Blvd.) Sunday, July 4, 2021 for all the festivities.

  • Food trucks and music from 5 p.m.-11:30 p.m.
  • Fireworks at 9:15 p.m.
  • Movie in the Park begins after the fireworks with The Sandlot

See the entry and exit map for the park and details about the event here.
National Night Out
National Night Out is back with our regularly scheduled events in 2021!

NNO enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

  • National Night Out Kick-Off Party: Tuesday, July 27, at 6:00 p.m. in front of the Cedar Park Police Department at 911 Quest Parkway

  • National Night Out: Tuesday, August 3, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in various neighborhoods throughout Cedar Park. Officers try and make it to every single party so we can all get to know each other.

Get all the details and register your block party here.
Are you on the Board of your HOA?

The City has resources you may not even know about. We want to be involved with you and your neighborhood! We work with HOA Board Members citywide to be sure you have the information you need. You are the best point of contact for making sure your neighbors know if there is tree trimming, work on water lines, street closures, or other important news happening in your neighborhood. We also hold an HOA Quarterly Breakfast with speakers from departments across the City to keep you up to date and give you a forum to network and get answers to questions you may have. So, if you are on your HOA Board and are not already involved with the City, please reach out to our Neighborhood Services Coordinator here. We would also appreciate you keeping us up to date on who your current board members are after HOA elections. #iheartcedarpark
Most fireworks are illegal in and just outside of Cedar Park City Limits
The Cedar Park Fire Department reminds everyone that most fireworks are illegal in and around Cedar Park. In addition to potentially starting a fire, fireworks can result in serious injuries, particularly to children. 
Fireworks that are allowed to be used in Cedar Park are products that do not explode or fly up into the air. Examples include sparklers, blooming flowers, snaps, etc. Read more here.
Let your art be a part of Cedar Park!

The PACE Board invites you to submit your artwork for display in the Cedar Park Sculpture Garden. The Board will accept entries of large-scale, free-standing and interactive sculptures & welcomes all artists.

Get all the details here.
Highlights from the June 24, 2021 City Council Meeting: 

  • Acceptance of American Rescue Plan Act funds the Office of the Department of the Treasury – Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds for Fiscal Year 2021. Summary of expenditures to be announced at a future meeting.
  • Discussion regarding an update on major water and wastewater projects, review of utility rates and funding options.
  • A resolution adopting particulate matter reduction measures as recommended by the Central Texas Clean Air Coalition.
  • Consideration of Future Land Use Petition requesting amendment from Local Office/Retail/Commercial (LOC) and Regional Office/Retail/Commercial (REG) to Low Density Residential (LDR) for 35.5 acres located north and south of East New Hope Drive, West Ronald Reagan Boulevard. Petition did not pass. Applicant can refile a petition for future consideration.
  • Consideration of Future Land Use Petition requesting amendment from Regional Office/Retail/Commercial (REG) to High Density Residential (HDR) for approximately 9.41 acres located at the northwest corner of South Bell Boulevard and Little Elm Trail. Petition did not pass. Applicant can refile a petition for future consideration.
  • Consideration of Future Land Use Petition requesting amendment from Low Density Residential (LDR) to Medium Density Residential (MDR) for approximately 3.61 acres located at 1202 Lone Star Drive. Petition approved.

Watch the video recording of the meeting here.

The next scheduled City Council Meeting is July 8, 2021.
Helpful Links and Information
  • 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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