Know where to vote in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

Local election guide

Local election guide

In case you miss an opportunity to cast a ballot during early voting Oct. 24-Nov. 4, the last chance to vote is Election Day, Nov. 8.

Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto voters can cast ballots at any vote center in their respective county—Travis or Williamson counties, depending where they are located—from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day. Here is a list of polling locations specific to the area:

ROUND ROCK

  • Baca Senior Center, 301 W. Bagdad Ave., Bldg. 2

  • Brushy Creek Community Center, 16318 Great Oaks Drive

  • Cedar Ridge High School, 2801 Gattis School Road

  • Dell Diamond, 3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd.

  • Fern Bluff MUD Community Center, 7320 Wyoming Springs Drive

  • Forest Creek Elementary School, 3505 Forest Creek Drive

  • JB & Hallie Jester Annex, 1801 E. Old Settlers Blvd.

  • Round Rock High School, 300 N. Lake Creek Drive

  • Round Rock Presbyterian Church, 4010 Sam Bass Road

  • Round Rock Randalls, 2051 Gattis School Road

  • Round Rock Sports Center, 2400 Chisholm Trail

  • San Gabriel Rehabilitation & Care, 4100 College Park Drive

  • Sleep Inn & Suites, 1980 S I-35

  • Teravista Community Center, 4211 Teravista Club Drive

  • The Fellowship Church of Round Rock, 3379 Gattis School Road


PFLUGERVILLE

  • Blackhawk Amenity Center, 3111 Speidel Drive

  • Boulder Ridge Community Rpoom, 3300 Killingsworth Lane

  • Brookhollow Elementary School, 1200 N. Railroad Ave.

  • Caldwell Elementary School, 1718 Picadilly Drive

  • Travis County Tax Office—Pflugerville, 15822 Foothill Farms Loop

  • Murchison Elementary School, 2215 Kelly Lane

  • Park Crest Middle School, 1500 N. Railroad Ave.

  • Pfluger Hall and Conference Center, 203B E. Pecan St.

  • Spring Hill Elementary School, 600 S. Heatherwilde Blvd.

  • Wieland Elementary School, 900 Tudor House Road

  • Windermere Elementary School, 1101 Picadilly Drive


HUTTO

  • Hutto City Hall, 401 Front St.

  • Hutto ISD Administration Building, 200 College St.


By Joe Lanane
Joe Lanane’s career is rooted in community journalism, having worked for a variety of Midwest-area publications before landing south of the Mason-Dixon line in 2011 as the Stillwater News-Press news editor. He arrived at Community Impact Newspaper in 2012, gaining experience as editor of the company’s second-oldest publication in Leander/Cedar Park. He eventually became Central Austin editor, covering City Hall and the urban core of the city. Lanane leveraged that experience to become Austin managing editor in 2016. He managed eight Central Texas editions from Georgetown to San Marcos. Working from company headquarters, Lanane also became heavily involved in enacting corporate-wide editorial improvements. In 2017, Lanane was promoted to executive editor, overseeing editorial operations throughout the company. The Illinois native received his bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University and his journalism master’s degree from Ball State University.