Round Rock City Council Place 1, Place 4 and the mayor's seat are up for election in May.
Four candidate filings have been made for Place 1 and Place 4 on Hutto City Council, including two incumbents.
Five new faces will run for Hutto ISD's board of trustees this May.
Two of three seats up for Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District board of directors are uncontested.
Mickie Ross, executive director of The Williamson Museum since 2010, is stepping down from her role.
Approximately 40 parents of Round Rock ISD students spoke at a Feb. 13 meeting on proposed boundary changes.
The Place at Mays Crossing will provide income-restricted multifamily housing.
City staff said residents should anticipate delays during weekdays between 9 a.m.-4 p.m., adding the left lane on southbound FM 685 near Town Center Drive will be closed.
The proposal would redistribute sales tax collected on internet purchases by routing tax revenue to the purchaser’s city rather than the city where the online sale is received by the business fulfilling the order.
Specialty flavors include orange dreamsicle, pumpkin spice, strawberry lemonade and spiced apple.
The new center is set to open in Round Rock in late 2021.
Streets designated for improvement efforts in the Historic Colored Addition include Russell Street, Caldwells Lane, Taylor Street and Lincoln Avenue, per city documents.
The strategic plan outlines the city's economic vision in upcoming years.
Early voting begins Feb. 18. Primary election day is March 3.
Work group members recommended a series of bond reforms at a Feb. 11 Travis County Commissioners Court meeting.
The transportation bond package, listed at approximately $96.1 million, will go before voters on May 2.
Travis County commissioners approved a request from the county sheriff to decommission nearly 200 jail beds.
Travis County commissioners announced Feb. 11 the hiring of Julie Wheeler as intergovernmental relations officer.
The upcoming office complex will include nine buildings and 41 units.
Southside Market is known for its smoked sausages, brisket sandwiches and meat plates, along with traditional Southern side dishes and desserts.
UPDATED: Pflugerville City Council approves first ordinance reading of potential trash rate increase
If approved, the $3.04 trash rate increase would go into effect March 1.
The restaurant's menu features breakfast tacos, tacos, enchiladas and taquitos, among other offerings.
The salon offers manicures, pedicures, facials and waxing services.
The county's capital improvement program budget had $3.3 million left to be allocated.
The boundary changes are under consideration to prepare for the opening of Elementary School No. 35 in fall 2021, address campus capacity issues at three elementary schools and realign feeder patterns.