As Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto continue to grow, the cities have seen a variety of developments recently be completed or have construction start. See the following stories to learn more about developments happening in the area.

Tiny home community opens in Round Rock

Officials from Austin-based Amplify Credit Union announced Sept. 28 the completion of a tiny home community the credit union funded in Round Rock called Mustard Seed Village.

The community, at 20 Tate Lane, Round Rock, features a total of 28 two-bedroom, one-bath homes where rent is capped at $1,375 a month.

New surgery center to service Pflugerville

The Texas Digestive Disease Consultants and Cedar Park Regional Medical Center have partnered to create the Pflugerville Surgery Center, a multispecialty ambulatory surgical center.

The project broke ground on Oct. 24 and is slated to be fully built out by 2026.

New fire station to service Pflugerville

Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2 held a grand opening for its sixth fire station Oct. 28. The new facility, located at 17221 Weiss Lane, will service the Pflugerville area once fully operational.

Pipeline to bring jet fuel to Austin airport

Flint Hill Resources officials announced plans Oct. 17 to build a fuel pipeline from the Bastrop terminal to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

$230M Ascension Seton Williamson expansion to add hospital beds, jobs

Officials with Ascension Seton Williamson in Round Rock announced Oct. 17 the hospital will undergo a $230 million expansion that will add more patient and operating rooms, hundreds of new jobs and more.

Amazon resuming plans for warehouse, distribution center in western Round Rock

Amazon will resume plans for a new warehouse and distribution center in Round Rock, more than a year after the company put the project on pause.