From downtown improvements to completed transportation projects and more, here are a few of the major milestones that took place in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto in 2019.
Palaterra will bring additional retail, office and event space to downtown Round Rock.
Pflugerville Community Development Corp. executive director appointed to Texas Economic Development Council
Amy Madison, executive director of the Pflugerville Community Development Corp., will serve a two-year term on the Texas Economic Development Council's board of directors.
UPDATED: Dec. 5, 2019
A highly-anticipated outdoor music venue has delayed its Round Rock opening once again.
Round Rock Chamber President and CEO Jason Ball delivered the 2019 State of the Chamber address Dec. 3.
The 419.52-acre mixed-use development, referred to as Lakeside Meadows, will go before Pflugerville City Council at its Jan. 14 meeting.
UPDATED: Pflugerville City Council approves rezoning ordinance for proposed SH 130 mixed-use development
Pflugerville City Council unanimously approved the second ordinance reading on the rezoning of the proposed SH 130 mixed-use development.
The Pflugerville Capital Improvement Bond Committee would serve until Feb. 11, 2020.
Round Rock City Council approved the rezoning of 19.35 acres near S. I-35 and Chisholm Trail Road on Nov. 26.
Apple breaks ground on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin; expects to open facility in 2022
Apple announces construction begins on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin
Additional senior living and multifamily homes could be on the horizon in Round Rock.
Beginning in spring 2020, the Brushy Creek Regional Wastewater System Treatment Plant will undergo a three-year expansion to increase capacity by 40%.
The professional and medical office development is anticipated to open in summer 2020.
Plans for a Round Rock development with 150 single-family condos advanced Oct. 24.
After months of public hearings, resident meetings and revisits to Pflugerville City Council, council voted 5-2 in favor of rezoning the Lisso tract, a nearly 200-acre property adjacent to Immanuel Road, for a mixed-use development project overseen by William Lyon Homes. Mayor Victor Gonzales and Mayor Pro Tem Omar Peña voted against the motion.
Seven area chambers of commerce pledged support Oct. 22 for the proposed $447 million Williamson County roads and parks bond in front of the Williamson County Courthouse.
Communication with contractors on the last phase of long-anticipated updates to McNeil High School is getting a “reset” just months before the work is expected to be complete, according to Terry Worcester, chief operating officer for Round Rock ISD.
Panther Loop Office Warehouse, offering business space for small businesses such as heating, ventillation and air conditioning (HVAC) service, electrical service, supply and wholesale service companies, is coming soon to Pflugerville.
Hutto residents living near FM 1660 and Mager Lane will soon have new neighbors, following Hutto City Council's approval of a zoning ordinance for a new 105-acre mixed-use development.
Two weeks after the projected construction start date , dirt is not yet turning on Hutto’s Perfect Game development. After a falling out with developer Wolverine Interests LLC , the city of Hutto brought in Legacy Development to lead the way on the $800 million site.
As Hutto’s population continues to grow, so, too, does its business footprint.
Pflugerville City Council has taken the next step in approving plans for a proposed mixed-use development along SH 130. Council voted 6-0 in favor of rezoning land for the project on first reading at its Oct. 8 meeting. Council Member Mike Heath was absent for the vote.
The city of Hutto and its Perfect Game project were acknowledged as the recipient of the "All-In Award" from YTexas, a business recognition for companies relocating, expanding or growing in Texas, at YTexas' annual awards dinner Sept. 27 in Dallas.
'All of us are significantly worried:' neighbors react to indoor shooting range under construction in Round Rock
In late August, a sign with the words Shoot Point Blank was placed at the intersection of Louis Henna Boulevard and Warner Ranch Drive in Round Rock. Those three words have caused a stir among area residents.