The aftermath of Winter Storm Mara—which took place in late January—has left several fallen tree limbs and extreme brush debris in cities across Central Texas. For the past month, officials in Cedar Park have been offering cleanup and disposal opportunities for residents.
City staff will provide updates on residential tree limb collection, and council will consider a $1.8 million contract with TFR Enterprises Inc. for emergency brush cleanup services. Council will also consider extending the local disaster declaration in place, which was last discussed at the Feb. 9 meeting.
Finance Director Kevin Klosterboer will present a fiscal year 2022-23 financial report for the first quarter. Council will also be considering amendments to multiple parts of the FY 2022-23 budget and updates to the city’s capital improvement plan.
Multiple construction contracts will be considered for approval at the March 9 City Council meeting. Council will take action on a change order worth $278,812 for the Lakeline Park Phase 1 project, a change order worth $347,123 for City Hall and municipal court renovations, and a maximum construction contract amount of $12.8 million for the new Cedar Park Public Library project.
Council will also consider the approval of a $1.1 million contract for the construction of the Water System Resiliency project. This project, which is under construction, will supply emergency power to the city’s treatment plant and main pump station.
Cedar Park City Council will meet March 9 at 7 p.m. The meeting will take place at Cedar Park City Hall at 450 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park.