Sense & Color School of Music moving to Leander plus 2 more local business updates

Sense & Color School of Music is moving from Cedar Park to Leander. (Courtesy Sense & Color School of Music)
Sense & Color School of Music is moving from Cedar Park to Leander. (Courtesy Sense & Color School of Music)

Sense & Color School of Music is moving from Cedar Park to Leander. (Courtesy Sense & Color School of Music)

These three businesses are relocating or now open in the Cedar Park-Leander area.

Relocations: Sense & Color School of Music

Sense & Color School of Music will move June 28 from Cedar Park to Leander. Classes will be taught online and in person at 660 S. Bagdad Road, Ste. 410, Leander. The school was previously at 300 Brushy Creek Road, Ste. 202, Cedar Park. 512-915-9800.

Relocations: D-BAT Cedar Park

D-BAT Cedar Park, an indoor baseball and softball training facility, is relocating its facility to near Lakeline Mall at 12617 Ridgeline Blvd, Cedar Park. The facility will have more batting cages and pitching tunnels and add personal training and strength and conditioning classes. It was previously at 1202 BMC Drive, Ste. 800, Cedar Park. The new location is expected to open in late summer.

Now open: Dynamic Sports Medicine

Dynamic Sports Medicine opened a Cedar Park chiropractic sports medicine clinic April 1. The clinic specializes in sports medicine technology and sports injury rehabilitation. Three other clinics are located in Austin and Dallas. It is located in The Crossover at 1717 Scottsdale Drive, Ste. 190, Cedar Park. 512-770-6068.

By Taylor Girtman
Taylor Girtman became the reporter for the Cedar Park-Leander edition in Feb. 2020.


The second Red Horn location on Scottsdale Drive serves tacos, beer and coffee. (Courtesy Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Co.)
Red Horn Coffee House's 2nd location opens in Leander

The second Red Horn location on Scottsdale Drive serves tacos, beer and coffee.

snow dazed
Movie-themed shaved ice business opens in Leander

The family-run business offers over 40 flavors of shaved ice with a movie-themed menu.

Gov. Greg Abbott announced a special legislative session will begin July 8. (Trent Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Gov. Greg Abbott announces special legislative session to start July 8

Agenda items will be announced before the session begins, according to a release from the governor's office.

Williamson County courthouse
More than $2M of federal dollars to help Williamson County projects

County staff has identified a total of 10 high-priority projects countywide to be funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant Program.

Proposed mixed-use development Gateway 29 is located on the corner of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and State Highway 29 in Leander. (Screenshot courtesy city of Leander)
Mixed-use development proposed at Hwy. 29, Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Leander

Leander City Council approved the first reading of the development's zoning change in a 4-3 vote.

Coronavirus vaccines
Half of Williamson County’s population now vaccinated

Williamson County has crossed an important threshold in the quest to reach effective herd immunity.

Leander ISD names Rouse principal as area superintendent replacement

Christine Simpson became Rouse High School's principal in 2016 and will start as an area superintendent this summer.

Volunteers of Austin Vaccine Angels gathered after becoming fully vaccinated. (Courtesy Jodi Holzband)
Grassroots groups aimed at vaccine outreach look toward the future

For the past five months, grassroots volunteer groups have been working to connect thousands of Central Texans to COVID-19 vaccines.

Leander ISD admin building
Leander ISD board passes $387M budget with 2% raises, new campus staffing

The budget includes 2% midpoint staff raises, campus positions for Tarvin Elementary opening in August, start-up positions for Elementary School No. 29 opening in 2022 and other district expenditures.

Washington Prime Group Inc. owns six area shopping centers, including The Arboretum. (Courtesy The Arboretum)
Owner of Austin-area shopping centers files for bankruptcy; entertainment complex coming to Cedar Park and more top area news

Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Central Texas area.

Leander ISD is expected to add over 12,000 students in 10 years to its current population of 40,761 students. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Committee suggests $933M bond project list to Leander ISD board

The $933.4 million reccomendation includes elementary school, middle school, high school and districtwide projects.