However, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the streets of Pflugerville are nearly vacant, with nonessential businesses temporarily shuttered and grocery stores experiencing an influx of customer demands. Makeshift curbside pickups have cropped up outside of local restaurants, with folding tables enforcing 6-foot barriers between employees and customers.
At West Pecan Coffee + Beer in downtown Pflugerville, the front door remains propped open. An employee wearing a mask is serving to-go orders to patrons. Outside, a hand-drawn heart accompanies the following message: "We love you Pflugerville."
The marquees of Pflugerville ISD campuses are perpetually stuck in the past, adorned with messages referencing March field trips and classes resuming April 6 following an extended spring break. But following state directives, students will not step foot on campus again until May 4 at the earliest.
As residents stay in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, here is a photo gallery of the sights and scenes happening in Pflugerville.