Caballo Ranch, Leander

Overview

Build-out year: Not built out

Builders: Scott Felder, Jimmy Jacobs

Number of homes: 35, with 173 residential lots total

Low/high square footage: 2,135–3,531

HOA dues (estimated): $240 annually

Amenities: Playground, park, community pool, clubhouse

Nearby attractions: H-E-B, dining, retail, Southwest Williamson County Regional Park

Property taxes:

  • City of Cedar Park — 0.493501
  • Williamson County — 0.457687
  • Austin Community College — 0.094800
  • Williamson County FM/RD — 0.030000
  • Leander ISD — 1.499760
  • Upper Brushy Creek — 0.020000
  • Total (per $100 value) — 2.595748

Leander ISD schools

  • Parkside Elementary School
  • Stiles Middle School
  • Rouse High School


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The amended version of the planned development unit will now go to the Austin Planning Commission for review. (Rendering courtesy Austin Environmental Commission)
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The Smoking Joint is now open under the umbrella of Click Click Chew virtual food hall in Cypress. (Courtesy Kirsten Gilliam)
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The Lash Lounge opened a Cedar Park location Oct 12 in the 1890 Ranch Shopping Center. (Courtesy The Lash Lounge)
The Lash Lounge now open in Cedar Park

The studio offers four types of eyelash extensions, eyelash lifts, eyelash tinting, brow tinting, brow threading and microblading.

A rendering is shown of a flexible space inside Panther Creek High School, which includes learning stairs and a collaboration board. The school's attendance zones are drawn to pull from Lone Star and Memorial high schools. (Courtesy Corgan)
CI NATION ROUNDUP: Frisco ISD proposes attendance zone modifications; concerns are voiced over Grogan's Mill Village Center vacancies, plus more top stories

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Grand Donuts is opening soon in Georgetown. (Brittany Andes/Community Impact Newspaper)
Grand Donuts coming to Georgetown; new businesses open in Central Austin and more area news

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Passengers wait in a security checkpoint line at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The three existing checkpoints would receive machine upgrades but would remain largely unchanged. (Benton Graham/Community Impact Newspaper)
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport moves one step closer to adding fourth security checkpoint at main terminal

The airport had its fourth busiest day ever on Oct. 8, which officials attribute in part to the Austin City Limits Music Festival and the University of Texas versus the University of Oklahoma football game.

Gov. Greg Abbott on Oct. 11 signed an executive order banning all COVID-19 vaccine mandates (Courtesy Office of the Governor)
CI NATION ROUNDUP: Gov. Abbott signs order banning COVID-19 vaccine mandates; Frisco businesses seek to solve area workforce shortage, and more top news

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Black Sugar Caffe is expecting a soft opening Oct. 14. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)
Coffee shop to open in Round Rock Oct. 14; New Braunfels airport changes name and more Central Texas news

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The $772.2 million bond includes projects such as new school construction, technology updates and aging school improvements. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Voters to consider $772M Leander ISD bond in November election

Bond projects include new school construction, technology updates and aging school improvements.

Gov. Greg Abbott on Oct. 11 signed an executive order banning all COVID-19 vaccine mandates (Courtesy Office of the Governor)
Gov. Abbott signs executive order banning all COVID-19 vaccine mandates

Citing the Biden administration’s recent vaccine mandates, the governor signed an order on Oct. 11 preventing any entity from mandating a vaccine.

The CAMPO models revealed a 1% difference between 2020 U.S. Census data and the agency’s projections. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Central Texas transportation organization stacks its population projections up against U.S. Census data

CAMPO’s projections play an important role in deciding which regional transportation projects will be prioritized.