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Posted on: February 9, 2024

Central Texas is preparing for the upcoming total solar eclipse happening on April 8.

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The event is drawing significant attention, with numerous visitors expected to arrive in the city to observe this rare celestial occurrence. Cedar Park will experience about one minute and 46 seconds of the total solar eclipse at 1:35.43 pm CST.

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Posted on: February 20, 2024

Council Chat is Happening on March 20


What’s on your mind? Got a question about your city? Ask us! City Council Chat Town Halls are an opportunity to chat with members of the City Council. Led by you. Your Questions. No Agenda. Let us know what’s on your mind.

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Posted on: February 9, 2024

Art Collective Open Houses

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As part of ongoing efforts to develop the Bell District and strengthen community connections, we are exploring the feasibility of developing an Arts Collective project, south of the Bell District at 201 Buttercup Creek Blvd—and we need your input.

The Arts Collective would offer a welcoming place for the community to gather, connect, and experience the many kinds of visual, multimedia, and performing arts. Designed as a multipurpose, multi-generational space, the Arts Collective tentatively include...

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Posted on: February 12, 2024

Calling all lifeguards


The City of Cedar Park is seeking qualified applicants to fulfill the position of lifeguard. This position is seasonal, with most of the work hours from May through August.

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Posted on: February 5, 2024

Cedar Park remains in Stage 3 Water Restrictions. Not impacted by BCRUA replacement Project.

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The City of Cedar Park will remain in the current Stage 3, one-day-per-week outdoor watering restrictions while the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority (BCRUA) contractors replace 1,400 feet of underwater pipeline.

Stage 3/Once-Per-Week Watering Restrictions FAQs


Q:  Why is the City of Cedar Park entering Stage 3?

A: Due to ongoing drought conditions and persistently low lake levels, the City of Cedar Park is entering Stage 3 Water Conservation Meas...

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