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and acoustic products for modern-day oces. The owners said one of the goals for the company’s expansion in Round Rock is to establish a quick-ship program that provides readily available products. www.scandinavianspaces.com 6 Sun Auto Service will open its second Round Rock location at 791 Louis Henna Blvd. in early June. The auto repair and maintenance company rst opened in 1978 and oers services such as oil changes, brake repairs, air conditioning service and diagnostics, according to the company’s website. www.sunautoservice.com 130 TOLL 7 Construction is underway on a Wood- spring Suites hotel located at 1401 Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock. Woodspring Suites is an extended-stay hotel with rooms featuring in-room kitchens. 8 Deckhand Oyster Bar & Seafood will relocate its original North Austin location from 500 Parker Drive, Austin, to a new building at 701 W. Louis Henna Blvd., Austin, later this year. The iconic orange-painted seafood restaurant oers both Cajun and Thai menu options and has served the area since 2010. Deckhand has a second location at 4211 Lamar Blvd., 9 Eyemart Express relocated May 17 to its new storefront at 2800 S. I-35, Round Rock. The store, which rst opened in Round Rock nearly 21 years ago, carries more than 2,000 frames for adults and kids. An on-site lab allows for same-day orders. Eyemart Express was previously located at 115 Sundance Parkway, Ste. 120B, Round Rock, in La Frontera. 512-246-7799. Ste. C-1, Austin. 512-368-3379. www.deckhandoysterbar.com 9 After operating under the ownership of Susser Bank Holdings Corp. since 2018, Texas-based Aliated Bank has rebrand- ed to Susser Bank . The company is based in Texas and has been in operation for over 60 years, according to the com- pany’s website. The name change took eect Dec. 31, but the company began rebranding this spring. Susser Bank has a www.woodspring.com RELOCATIONS www.eyemartexpress.com NAME CHANGES MAP NOT TO SCALE N

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Milano Ristorante serves a variety of Italian dishes. FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Italian restaurant Milano Ristorante opened May 3 at 1700 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 300, Round Rock, in the H-E-B Plus shopping strip. Milano Ristorante is a sit-down restaurant with menu oerings that include lasagna and chicken Parmesan and desserts such as crepes and creme brulee. The drink menu includes coee and alcoholic beverages. 512-502-5545. www.milanoristorantetx.com MEGAN CARDONACOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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and family-run. Each showroom oers stone, laminate and vinyl ooring as well as bathroom xtures. 512-888-1212. www.itile.com COMING SOON 4 Embassy Suites by Hilton will open a new location at 270 Bass Pro Drive, Round Rock, in October near the Round Rock Premium Outlets. The 180-room hotel will feature free breakfast, Wi-Fi and parking; a complimentary evening reception; an on-site restaurant; an out- door pool; a tness center; and a business center. The hotel will also have 17,000 square feet of event space, including a ballroom that can host up to 600 guests and 12 meeting rooms. 512-308-3883. www.embassyroundrock.com 5 Construction is underway on a 43,000-square-foot furniture show- room and warehouse in Round Rock. Scandinavian Spaces broke ground in February on the facility located at 1990 Steam Way, Round Rock, and it will be complete in December. The company oers Nordic-designed seating, tables

1 Whataburger opened its third loca- tion in Round Rock on May 17 at 17000 N. RM 620, Round Rock, near the intersec- tion at O’Connor Drive. The fast-food chain serves burgers and breakfast and opened in 1950 in Corpus Christi. The other two locations in Round Rock are at 1501 S. I-35 and 4640 E. Palm Valley Blvd. 512-394-8361. www.whataburger.com 2 Sam Bass Market opened May 7 at 2111 Sam Bass Road, Unit 100, Round Rock. The market has produce, wine, frozen foods, a deli where customers can purchase hamburgers and tacos, and a bakery to purchase baked goods. Sam Bass Market is open daily from 6 a.m.-11 p.m. 512-297-2221 3 On May 9, iTile in the La Frontera shopping center at 120 Sundance Park- way, Ste. 200, Round Rock. The specialty hard ooring retailer is based in Houston

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location at 920 N. I-35, Round Rock. The bank is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and is closed on weekends. 512-572-6100. www.susserbank.com NEWOWNERSHIP 11 New owners Samantha and Curtis Whalen took over Pizza Delight , located at 1700 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 430, Round Rock, on May 3. Menu items re- main the same with pizza, beer and wine. The owners are also known for support- ing the local community. 512-827-3300. www.pizzadelighttx.co

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other funeral needs as well as oering burial, cremation and mortuary services to its customers. 512-375-4250. www.eternalpeacefuneral.com COMING SOON 4 A La Quinta/Hawthorn Suites dual- brand hotel concept is currently under construction at Stone Hill Town Center, 1408 Town Center Drive, Pugerville. Construction is estimated to nish in March 2022. Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, a hotel franchising company, is combining both brands into one project to streamline development and operational costs and appeal to short- and extended-stay guests. The hotel will feature a tness center, a bar, a shared lobby and a spacious modern great room. https://development.wyndhamhotels.com 5 A new development by Empire Communities is underway o Rowe Lane east of SH 130 in Pugerville. Villas at Rowe will feature a total of 118 semidetached townhomes on its 15-acre lot. The homes will feature modern amenities with lawn care provided by the neighborhood’s homeowners association. www.empirecommunities.com/austin EXPANSIONS 6 Four new synthetic turf athletic elds opened May 8 at Northeast Metropolitan Park in Pugerville. The project, funded

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by the 2017 voter-approved general obligation bond authority, includes a natural grass practice eld and LED lighting. Reservations are required to use the elds. On the weekends, rates are $40 an hour per eld for groups and $35 an hour per eld for nonprot youth groups. https://parks.traviscountytx.gov/ parks/northeast-metro CLOSINGS 7 Family-owned business Compadre Brewing shut down operations in mid- May, the brewery announced May 13. In a Facebook post, Compadre Brewing, located at 16920 Joe Barbee Drive, Bldg. 1, Pugerville, stated restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic “took a toll” on its business. 512-992-0665. www.compadrebrewing.com

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PFLUGERVILLE NOWOPEN 1 A Sleep Number mattress store opened in early April at 18841 FM 685, Pugerville. Sleep Number specializes in a variety of mattresses, bedding, pillows and more. The location is open daily 11 a.m.-7 p.m. 737-402-1200. www.sleepnumber.com 2 Stu‘Em opened May 28 at

1202 FM 685, Stes. B5-B6, Pugerville. The veteran-owned bar and grill serves smoked turkey legs along with stued potatoes and salad. The restaurant is open Wednesdays-Saturdays from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 512-969-3018. https://stuematx.com 3 Eternal Peace Funeral Services opened March 1 at 16912 N. I-35, Austin, in the building formerly occupied by Hanovers 2.0, which closed in March 2020. Eternal Peace oers private events, funerals, memorial services and

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IN THE NEWS 5 A proposed Jason’s Deli located at 310 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto, completed all permitting steps except payment over a year ago. City ocials have not heard from company representatives since, and the project has lapsed, Communications Manager Allison Strupeck said. The project would have to be resubmitted for construction. www.jasonsdeli.com CLOSINGS 6 Guthrie Cleaners , located at 307 Farley St., Hutto, permanently closed May 26 after 18 years in business. After 30 years in the dry-cleaning business, owner Garry Guthrie is retiring. His grandfather started Guthrie Cleaners & Laundry in Austin in 1928.

store is open from 5 a.m.-11 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, Fridays 5 a.m.- midnight, Saturdays 6 a.m.-midnight and Sundays 7 a.m.-11 p.m. A phone number has not yet been set up. NEWOWNERSHIP 4 East Social House, located at 109 East St., Hutto, ocially became Lamppost Coee on May 1. Lamppost Coee is a Central Texas-based brand with locations in Round Rock, Georgetown, Austin and San Marcos. Menu items include craft coee such as the sweet Lamba latte and espresso milkshake. The Lamppost Coee location in Hutto is open weekdays 7:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. and weekends 8:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. www.lamppost.coee

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2 A Cricket Wireless authorized retailer opened May 17 at 1501 Chris Kelley Blvd., Ste. C, Hutto. Hours of operation are weekdays 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Cricket specializes in cell phones, plans and service with nationwide coverage and no annual contract. 512-846-4083. www.cricketwireless.com 3 Smart Stop opened in late April at 1103 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto. It features a gas station and convenience store with snacks and cold beverage items. The

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On the heels of the Texas Music Oce designating the city of Round Rock as being a Music Friendly Community, the city extended its outdoor music series, Music on Main, on Wednesdays through June. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating, such as a lawn chair or blanket, and pack a picnic dinner and drinks to enjoy during the performance. 7-9 p.m. Free. Prete Main Street Plaza, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock. 512-671-2705. www.roundrocktexas.gov/event/music-on-main/2021-05-12

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should bring their own mat and towel. 8 a.m. Free (preregistration required). Prete Main Street Plaza, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock. 512-318-2112. https://downtownroundrocktexas.com 25 ENJOYMUSIC IN THE PARK Pugerville’s monthly summer concert series returns a year after coronavirus-related cancellations. Austin-based band Royal Velvetee will kick o the series June 25. Attendees may bring lawn chairs, blankets, picnics and pets on leashes. Alcohol is allowed, but glass containers are discouraged. Free. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Puger Park, 515 City Park Road, Pugerville. 512-990-6113. www.pugervilletx.gov JULY 03 SERTOMA INDEPENDENCEDAY PARADE & FRONTIER DAYS The city of Round Rock’s annual Fourth of July all-day celebration will begin with a 1.5-mile parade on Mays Street between Mays Crossing and Hwy. 79. Those interested in joining the parade have until June 13 to apply. After the parade, head to Old Settlers Park for a patriotic Frontier Days party with carnival rides, entertainment, vendors and a reworks show. 8:30 a.m. (parade begins), noon-11:30 p.m. (Frontier Days). Free (admission). Old Settlers Park, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-341-3361. www.roundrocktexas.gov 04 HUTTO’S 4THOF JULY CELEBRATION The family-friendly event will include live music, vendors, food trucks, kids activities and reworks. Musical acts include Austin native Mia Garcia and The Peterson Brothers. The reworks display begins at 9:30 p.m. Only clear bags will

The city of Pugerville’s Pfarmers Market returned May 11 at a new location due to construction on Old Austin-Hutto Road. On each Tuesday through October, fresh produce, baked goods, free-range meat, sauces and more will be available from local businesses and farms. 3-7 p.m. Free (admission). Pugerville First United Methodist Church, 500 E. Pecan St., Pugerville. 512-990-6360. www.pugervilletx.gov 06 13, 20, 27 WEEKLY FARMERSMARKET Kalahari Resorts recently began hosting a weekly market each Sunday at its family-friendly outdoor entertainment venue, Amatuli. Activities include live performances; shopping; cocktails; and kids activities, such as face painting and balloon twisters. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free admission and parking. 3001 Kalahari Blvd., Round Rock. 512-651-1000. www.kalahariresorts.com/texas 12 HOLES 4 HUNGER GOLF TOURNAMENT The inaugural Holes 4 Hunger Golf Tournament will raise funds for the Hutto Resource Center, a nonprot that provides nancial assistance, a food pantry and other resources for the community. (registration opens), 8 a.m. (tournament begins). $150 (individual), $600 (team of four). Star Ranch Golf Course, 2500 FM 685, Hutto. 512-293- 3549. https://hrcgolf.golfreg.com 19 YOGAON THE PLAZA The city of Round Rock’s free monthly yoga series continues in partnership with The Yoga Room. The socially distanced, beginner-friendly class is limited to 50 people, and attendees

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Enjoy America’s favorite pastime by watching the Round Rock Express take on the Sugar Land Skeeters for the Fourth of July. The rst 7,000 fans to arrive to the game will receive a mini American ag, and the game will conclude with a large reworks show set to patriotic music. Additional patriotic features will be announced closer to game day. Gates open at 5 p.m. 6:05 p.m. $20-$65. Dell Diamond, 3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-255-2255. www.milb.com/round-rock/fans/independence-day-celebration

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be allowed, and attendees may bring blankets and lawn chairs. Attendees must register for free admission. Free (admission), $5 (parking per vehicle). 4:30 p.m. Brushy Creek Amphitheatre, 1001 CR 137, Hutto. www.etix.com/ticket/v/14858/ brushy-creek-amphitheater 04 TYPHOON TEXAS FIREWORKS The city of Pugerville hosts a reworks show in partnership with

Typhoon Texas. Fireworks will start at 9:30 p.m. from the eld located at the intersection of SH 130 and Pugerville Parkway. Water park visitors will be able to view the show from inside Typhoon Texas, and residents outside the water park can park in one of three locations: Hendrickson High School, 19201 Colorado Sand Drive; Stone Hill Town Center, 500 Limestone Commercial Drive; and Costco, 1901 Kelly Lane. www.pugervilletx.gov

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I-35 FROM SE INNER LOOP TO RM 1431 (SOUTHBOUND) VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING

The Texas Department of Transportation is holding a virtual public hearing with an in-person option to discuss improvements to I-35 from SE Inner Loop to RM 1431 (southbound) in Williamson County, Texas. The following improvements are proposed: Remove Westinghouse Road bridge and construct a new I-35 bridge over Westinghouse Road Construct westbound to southbound continuous flow intersection (CFI) at Westinghouse Road Improve intersection at I-35 and SE Inner Loop Improve existing southbound I-35 frontage road from north of SE Inner Loop to RM 1431 Reverse entrance/exit ramps along the southbound I-35 frontage road between SE Inner Loop and RM 1431 Improve bicycle and pedestrian sidewalks and paths The proposed project would require acquisition of right of way. The proposed project would not displace any residents or businesses.

Friday, June 11 at 9 a.m. through Saturday, June 26, 2021 Project information available for review and comment: mobility35openhouse.com

JUNETEENTH CELEBRATIONS

On June 19, Texans will celebrate a key moment in Black history that happened more than 150 years ago. The holiday is known as Juneteenth, honoring the day in 1865 when more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation became ocial in 1863, Union Gen. Gordon Granger came to Galveston to announce the liberation of enslaved people in Texas. Juneteenth ocially became a state holiday in 1980. Round Rock Juneteenth Rhythm and Ribs Festival Hosted by the Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with nonprot “The Voice” Inc., the day’s celebrations will include performances by artists such as DJ Jay Shalé and Eric Bellinger, a Grammy Award-winning R&B artist. Other activities include food and retail vendors, a health fair, games, and family activities with the Round Rock Police Department and members of the military. 4 p.m.-midnight. Free. Lakeview Pavilion at Old Settlers

Hutto Juneteenth Celebration

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Park, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. www.roundrocktexas.gov Hutto Juneteenth Celebration Organized by the community group Black Families of Hutto with the city of Hutto, the second annual Juneteenth Celebration will consist of a community march through the area. A community festival will follow with vendors and performances by local acts such as Elizabeth Kahura with African Safari and dancers from Afro Dance Co. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Free. The march begins at Hutto Middle School, 1005 Exchange Blvd., Hutto, and concludes at Hutto City Hall, 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto. www.blackfamiliesoutto.com/ juneteenth-2021

The virtual public hearing will be conducted in English. If you need an interpreter or document translator because English is not your primary language or you have difficulty communicating effectively in English, one will be provided to you. If you have a disability and need assistance, special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs. If you need interpretation or translation services or you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation to attend and participate in the virtual public hearing, please contact Nic Barbera at (512) 766-3472 no later than 4 p.m. CDT, Monday, June 7, 2021. Please be aware that advance notice is required as some services and accommodations may require time for the Texas Department of Transportation to arrange. The environmental review, consultation, and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been, carried out by TxDOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) dated Dec. 16, 2014, reauthorized by subsequent MOU on Dec. 9, 2019, and executed by FHWA and TxDOT. Public comments on the project may be submitted by email, phone, mail or online: EMAIL: info@mobility35.org VERBAL COMMENT BY VOICEMAIL: (512) 501-5451 MAIL: SE Inner Loop Project Team An in-person public hearing option will be held on Friday, June 11, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the TxDOT Georgetown Area Office, 2727 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown, TX 78626. Attendance at the in-person option will be by appointment only. Individuals wishing to attend in person, must call (512) 766-3472 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, to make an appointment. Comments received or postmarked by June 26, 2021, will be included in the official public hearing record. Michelle Cooper, P.E. 1608 W. 6th Street Austin, TX 78703 ONLINE: my35capex.com

Find more or submit area events at communityimpact.com/event-calendar. Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES

COMPILED BY MEGAN CARDONA & AMY DENNEY

City ocials are making progress on building out the vision for a new major arterial roadway that oers drivers another north-south route in Round Rock. Kenney Fort Boulevard has been a part of the city’s transportation plans since the 1990s. It is envisioned to be a new six-lane roadway running parallel to A.W. Grimes Boulevard and Red Bud Lane and will initially be built between Old Settlers Boulevard and SH 45 N. The city’s long-term plan is to extend the road north to University Boulevard in the next decade, said Gary Hudder, director of the transportation department in Round Rock. Eventually the road will extend to Westinghouse Road as demand arises. In June, Hudder said the city will seek bids to construct the section that will extend the existing portion of the road south of Forest Creek Drive and connect to SH 45 N. “A.W. Grimes [Boulevard] is incredibly overloaded during rush hour. Red Bud [Lane] gets incred- ibly overloaded,” he said. “Having a new arterial … [is] huge for the community.” He said the goal is to start construc- tion in the fall, and work will last 18 months. Because the project will cross undeveloped land, construc- tion will be easier than other more complex segments of the road, such as near Joe DiMaggio Boulevard. Round Rock City Council also approved in April issuing $30 million RoundRock chips awayat newnorth- south roadway

OTHER PROJECTS

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The city of Round Rock began construction on Kenney Fort Boulevard in 2013 and has been making progress on its long-term goal to build a new north-south option.

KENNEY FORT EXTENSION

SEGMENT 1 : Joe DiMaggio Boulevard to Forest Creek Drive Status: completed in summer 2013 SEGMENTS 2 & 3: Forest Creek Drive to SH 45 N Status: will be bid for construction in July; construction will take place fall Funding sources: Capital Area Metro- politan Planning Organization, Round Rock Type B funds SEGMENT 4A: Old Settlers Boulevard to the Multipurpose Complex Status: complete This includes half of the six-lane roadway for one-quarter mile to provide access to the Multipurpose Complex. SEGMENT 4B: Multipurpose Complex to near Chandler Creek Boulevard Status: under construction Meritage Homes partnered with the city to provide access to the single- family development on the Cressman Ranch property at Chandler Creek Boulevard. This project includes nishing the other half of the road from Old Settlers to the Multipurpose Complex and then half the roadway to the Pecan Branch creek to the south. Timeline: opens in June Cost: $3.5 million Funding sources: city of Round Rock, Meritage Homes 2021-spring 2023 Cost: $20 million

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Hwy. 79 expansion in Round Rock The Texas Department of Transpor- tation is conducting environmental studies on Hwy. 79 from I-35 to east of FM 1460/A.W. Grimes Boulevard in Round Rock. The 2.5-mile project will widen Hwy. 79 with an additional travel lane and add an underpass at Mays Street and an overpass at FM 1460. Adding a raised median, modi- fying driveways and installing shared- use paths on both sides of Hwy. 79 are also included in the project. The results of the environmental studies are expected by the end of the year, TxDOT public information ocer Brad Wheelis said. Timeline : estimated 2026, contingent on funding

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SEGMENT 4C: Joe DiMaggio to Old Settlers Boulevard Status: 60% designed The city will nish the other half of the existing roadway by expanding it to six lanes and constructing two bridges. Timeline: construction will begin by the end of 2021 Cost: estimated $12.7 million Funding sources: Round Rock, TBD

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FM 1660 and Hwy. 79 in Hutto A The project consists of adding a dedicated right-turn lane on south- bound North FM 1660. Right of way acquisition and utility location is expected to start in the fall. Timeline: estimated fall 2021 Cost : estimated $1.4 million Funding source : 2018 bond B On northbound South FM 1660 at Hwy. 79, the project will add another right-turn lane and a left-turn lane as well as improve the roadway across the railroad tracks. Timeline : construction is expected to begin fall 2022 Cost : estimated $2.9 million Funding sources : 2018 bond, Federal Railroad Administration, U.S. Depart- ment of Transportation ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF JUNE 2. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT RPHNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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in certicates of obligation for the city’s Driving Progress transportation plan to fund projects, such as the Kenney Fort extension to SH 45 N.

“It’s going to have a big impact to the congestion that exists [on area roads] today and help manage what’s coming,” Hudder said.

Pflugerville starts work at Pecan, FM 685

Major trac pattern changes began May 5 to allow crews to begin work on the intersection of FM 1825/Pecan Street at FM 685/Dessau Road in Pugerville. Drivers can expect several lane closures, including southbound FM 685 and on Pecan. Drivers needing a detour to southbound Dessau may use Immanuel Road. The purpose of the project is to add

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DEVELOPMENT CampDoublecreek property rezoned to allow for newhomes

BY BROOKE SJOBERG

Show,’ when they’re trying to stop him from leaving, all these cars come out at the same time and kind of block him in? You know, not every- body here is gonna leave at 8 a.m. and all go to Valerian Trail.” The property is bordered by Ray Berglund Road and Double Creek Drive, but the developer would have to add any new roads. In the discussion leading up to the vote, David Weekley Land Manager Evan Caso gave a presentation of home styles that would be included in the development. David Weekley Homes plans indicate three home types will be included in the develop- ment: single-family detached homes; “paired villa” duplexes; and “row homes,” which are three and four- plexes. The heights of these homes will be limited to 2 1/2 stories. Caso said the project timeline from purchasing the property to

Round Rock City Council approved a zoning change of the Camp Doublec- reek property at its meeting May 27. The property, located at 800 Double Creek Drive, Round Rock, will be rezoned from C-1 commercial and SF-2 residential to a planned unit development, or PUD. This will allow David Weekley Homes, which is purchasing the 40.73-acre site, to build 300 residential units. The development will feature both single-family detached and attached homes in the $400,000s. With a possible addition of 300 families, Brad Wiseman, planning and devel- opment services director for Round Rock, addressed concerns that the additional residents would congest existing roadways. “I think we’ve kind of got this vision in our head,” Wiseman said. “Have you ever seen ‘The Truman

City Council approved a zoning change to the Camp Doublecreek property to allow David Weekley Homes to build 300 homes. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)

REZONING FOR RESIDENTIAL

completing the nal home would take about six to eight years. Devel- opment of the property would not begin until 2022, with Camp Doublec- reek remaining in operation through next summer. Nearby resident Anthony Smith said the camp’s presence, with its horses and undeveloped areas, are important to him. “I really don’t want to see my way celebrates its 50th anniversary. The owners said the camp will remain in its current location for the next two summers and will relocate to a new site in 2023. of life go away,” Smith said. In June, Camp Doublecreek

David Weekley Homes plans to transform the 40.73-acre site of Camp Doublecreek into a residential development with 300 single-family attached and detached homes.

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This event is held in partnership with Typhoon Texas Waterpark. The waterpark will host additional festivities from July 2-4. Visit pflugervilletx.gov/pfireworks for updates.

FIREWORKS

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PARKS RoundRock residents celebrateopening of Yonders Point inOldSettlers Park

BY BROOKE SJOBERG

and it makes it up on their wall, or on their replace, we’ve done our job.” The project, which cost a total of $750,000, was funded through the Lower Colorado River Authority and the city’s tree fund. The city previously sold a utility easement in Mayeld Park to the LCRA, and funds from the sale were used to add amenities to other city parkland. Round Rock Mayor Craig Morgan said the Yonders Point project was born out of a need to provide area residents with more outdoor resources, which became apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Old Settlers [Park] might be one of our greatest assets,” Morgan said. “When the pandemic hit, we started seeing families gather [here] because we were one of the only cities that kept their parks open the whole year. And so the parks [department] cre- ated this vision of a place to gather, and we’re seeing it tonight.”

Old Settlers Park in Round Rock was busy May 21 with an inux of visitors who joined city leaders to celebrate the park’s newest addition of Yonders Point. Roger Heaney, the spokesperson for the Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department’s communication unit, said Yonders Point was created to provide a space to rest and relax in an otherwise busy park. The area also serves as an additional venue for events. As a gathering place, if a family wants to make a memory there, it is the highest compliment, Heaney said. “We want families to make mem- ories, and we’re passionate about that,” Heaney said. “So what we do is try and provide events and places that are worthy of a picture that they’ll put up on the mantel, because we consider that kind of our greatest goal. If somebody takes a picture of one of our events in our facilities,

Residents joined city ocials May 21 to celebrate the opening of Yonders Point with a movie in the park and live music. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)

ADDING ANEW PARKAMENITY The city of Round Rock spent $750,000 to build a new amenity in Old Settlers Park. The Yonders Point overlook project includes pergolas with swings, terraced seating, a hammock area and lounges.

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Heaney said the project has been in the works for about six months. The city broke ground in December. Construction nished May 20, Heaney said. An additional sculpture by Art Fairchild—a vertical metal

windmill that will be in the center of the park—will be installed at a later date. Combined with the view, Heaney said the venue is a great place for locals to host events such as parties and weddings.

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