Each location will have one station, and each station will allow two cars to charge at once, according to city spokesperson Jennie Huerta. The stations will be installed within 30 days.
The city has selected ChargePoint Inc., an electric vehicle infrastructure company, to install and operate the charging stations. City Council voted unanimously to enter an agreement with the company during a meeting Feb. 28. Council members Stephen Thomas and Dorian Chavez were absent from the vote.
The agreement comes after council approved the City of Cedar Park 2018-2020 Strategic Goals in October. One of the goals was to explore environmental programs, including having electric vehicle charging stations at city facilities.
The charging stations are to be leased for five years at a rate of $2,400 per station per year, costing the city a total of $36,000, according to city documents.