The city will implement temporary no parking zones in Pflugerville’s Highland Park North during road construction taking place in August.
The project will affect several roads in Highland Park over the course of eight days, and information from the city states violators may be fined up to $200.
Work being done is part of the city's pavement maintenance program, which seeks out opportunities for rehabilitation and preservation of Pflugerville's roadways.
Officials awarded a construction contract for the project at Highland Park North on June 22, and work is expected to begin sometime in August.
Information from the city states the process, called HA5, will improve driveability and increase the life of the streets.
Pflugerville used the HA5 process last August for maintenance in the Royal Pointe and Spring Trails neighborhoods.
For more information on the city's pavement maintenance program, click here.