Pflugerville reveals new downtown Main Street Plaza


The city of Pflugerville celebrated downtown revitalization efforts with the grand opening of Main Street Plaza on June 10.

Main Street Plaza—a 6,500 square-foot park with a garden, interactive musical area, picnic tables and fountain—is located between City Hall and Hanovers Draught Haus at 100 E. Main Street.

The plaza cost approximately $104,000 to build, city spokesperson Maggie Holman said, including a $100,000 grant from the Pflugerville Community Development Corporation.

Mayor Victor Gonzales said the plaza is designed to be a place for people to eat lunch, sit or de-stress every day.

“It’s a very new piece of Pflugerville that will make a difference and is making a difference,” Gonzales said.

City Council Member Doug Weiss said the opening of the Main Street Plaza will set the future of downtown in motion.

“It’s an important first step. It’s a substantial first step,” Weiss said at the ceremony. “But it’s a long overdue first step in demonstrating our commitment to downtown.”

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