Cedar Park Leander - Edition | June 2022




Elevate Fitness & Physical Therapy

The Quarry Splash Pad



responsibility, board member Lakshmi Atkuri said. To keep costs low, all employ- ees and doctors at Unity Clinic of Texas are volunteers. The Leander o“ce is the rst and only location of Unity Clinic of Texas. Unity Clinic of Texas will be locat- ed at 906 S. West Drive, Leander. http://unityclinictx.org 9 Small animal veterinary practice and luxury pet resort Mercy Veteri- nary Hospital is anticipated to open in January in Leander. The privately owned, 15,000-square-foot hospital will provide preventive care, vaccines, testing and diagnostics, dental services, orthope- dic surgery, and urgent and emergency care. The boarding facility will include day care, overnight suites, training and grooming. Mercy Veterinary Hospital will be located at 18109 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Leander. 512-786-8057. www.mercy-vet.com 10 Floor King signed a lease at the Brushy Creek Corporate Center—located at 1200 BMC Drive, Cedar Park—for a 61,257-square-foot warehouse space. The company plans to relocate from its exist- ing Austin warehouse to Cedar Park in the late 2022, creating about 100 new jobs. Floor King is a local chain that specializes in ‘ooring, including rugs, hardwood, laminate, ceramic tiles and carpet. There are four Austin-area Floor King retail

Snow Dazed menu also includes shaved ice stu˜ed with ice cream. The signature menu items are movie-themed, featuring ‘avors called “Revenge of the Nerds,” “Top Gun,” and “Jaws Attack.” The shaved-ice stand also o˜ers pup cups for dogs. Snow Dazed Shaved Ice is located at 10210 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Lean- der. 512-229-0705. www.facebook.com/ snowdazedshavedice 12 Austin Habitat for Humanity cele- brated the 30th anniversary of its dona- tion and retail center, ReStore , in May. The shop provides ongoing funds for the nonprot’s a˜ordable housing program. Austin Habitat for Humanity launched the nation’s rst ReStore on Comal Street in 1992, according to a release. In 2015, Austin Habitat for Humanity consolidated its corporate headquarters and retail operations to a larger space at 500 W. Ben White Blvd., Austin. In November, the organization opened a second Austin ReStore location at 13804 N. US 183, Austin. www.austinhabitat.org/restore IN THE NEWS 13 Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures is now open for the summer season until the end of September. The excursion rate is $63, which includes a boat ride to Adventure Island, a one-hour time slot on the 600-foot Pulse Pounding Obstacle Course Track, unlimited access to four water obstacles and beach ame- nities. Participants must be 7 years old and 45 inches tall for entry. Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures is located at 14529 Pocohontas Trail, Ste. A, Leander. 512-614-1979. www.waterlooadventures.com

Mobility City Cedar Park opened April 7.


Kral abide by the saying to “help people get going again.” Gary said the local, family-run business focuses on providing high-level care and truly wants to help its customers become more mobile. Mobility City has roughly 30 locations in the U.S. and six locations in Texas. The Cedar Park Mobility City is the ’rst location in the Austin area. 512-646-8300 www.centraltx.mobilitycity.com

FEATURED IMPACT NOW OPEN Mobility City opened at 11066 Pecan Park Blvd., Ste. 409, Cedar Park, on April 7 after renovation work began on the building in October. The business is a mobility equipment supplier that specializes in repairs, battery replacements for power wheelchairs and scooters, equipment sanitization, delivery and setup. The store also sells and rents a variety of medical assistance equipment. The 2,880-square-foot space building was previously a jewelry store, which was vacant for about four years. Franchise owners Gary and Ginger 14 The Quarry Splash Pad at Williamson County Southwest Regional Park opened for the summer season May 28. It will remain open through Sept. 5, and it will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays with the exception of Labor Day. The water park, surrounded by natural rock, has sprinklers, fountains, a waterfall, water cannons, a climbing wall, a slide and more. Daily admission is $2 per person for adults and children. The Quarry Splash Pad is located at 3005 CR 175, Leander. 512-943-1920. www.wilco.org






On April 25, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area board of directors named Gordon Butler as the next CEO, which went into e˜ect May 16. BGCAA’s previous CEO was Misti S. Potter, who announced her retirement in March after 25 years with the organization. Currently, Butler works for Carroll ISD as the assis- tant superintendent for sta˜ and student services. Five years prior, he served as the principal of Lake Travis High School in Austin. www.bgcaustin.org

locations. www.‘oorking.net ANNIVERSARIES

11 Snow Dazed Shaved Ice in Leander will be celebrating its one-year anni- versary June 18. The shaved ice stand has more than 50 ‘avors available with sugar-free and dye-free options. The



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