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Jan 29, 2016

Heatherwilde Boulevard construction begins Feb 8
Expect delays as the City of Pflugerville begins reconstruction of Heatherwilde Blvd. starting February 8, 2016.Heatherwilde

The Heatherwilde Blvd. Widening project is reconstructing and widening the existing two-lane road to a four-lane divided roadway with raised medians, turn lanes, drainage improvements, pedestrian facilities and a signal at Kingston Lacy Blvd.  

The project begins with installation of temporary lanes on the west side of Heatherwilde Blvd. for use during the roadway construction, along with the concurrent installation of a traffic signal at Kingston Lacy. The temporary traffic lanes will allow for two-way traffic, north and southbound, for the duration of the reconstruction. Access to all businesses and adjacent properties will remain open during construction. Road closures will occur at Great Basin Ave. and Wilke Ridge Ln. in the initial phases of construction, so please watch for road closure notices.  

The $6.7 million project is funded by the 2014 Transportation Bond approved by the voters. The roadway will be complete in 2017. Motorists are asked to slow down in the construction zone. Follow the project and get additional information about potential closures online at

Deutschen Pfest booth vendor registration
booth vendorsStarting Monday, February 1, booth vendor registration forms will be available for Deutschen Pfest on May 20-22, 2016 at Pfluger Park. With a carnival, live music, parade and more, vendors are encouraged to sign up early to be a part of the fun. Vendor applications will be online Monday at

Teens learn about awesome occupations at the library: County Court Judge
Teens learn about a different exciting career each month at the Pflugerville Public Library. In February, the library welcomes Judge Carlos Barrera who has served as the presiding judge of the County Court at Law Eight since January, 2009. Teens ages 10-18 are invited to come and learn about the role the judge plays and this awesome occupation on February 2 at 6:30 p.m. 

Pfree running class series held at the Pflugerville Recreation Center
runners The Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, welcomes certified Newton Running Coach Russell Seguin on the first Saturday of each month starting February 6 for a series of classes on running form and technique.

Participants are invited to the Pflugerville Recreation Center kitchen from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. for class instruction followed by a run in the park.

Class 1: February 6, 2016
  -  An Introduction to Running (with a smile!)

Class 2: March 5, 2016 - Running Form- How to run more easily

Class 3: April 2, 2016 - How to Prevent & Self-Treat Common Running Injuries

Class 4: May 7, 2016 - How to Best Increase Running Speed and/or Distance

For more information on the class, call 512-990-6350.

Set a running goal for the completion of the class now by signing up and taking advantage of early registration rates for the Deutschen Pfest 5K Pfun Run and Kids K which is on May 22 in downtown Pflugerville. Register today:

Teens tackle 40 days of reading in the Library’s Teen Reading Challenge
Pflugerville teens were encouraged to keep reading this winter by participating in the 40-day Teen Reading Challenge with the Pflugerville Public Library. Congratulations to Chelsea Eke and Solomon McGuire. 
The winners proved that teens can read up to twelve, 250 page books in 40 days. There were nine teens ages 12-18 that completed the challenge.

Special thanks to the Friends of the Pflugerville Library for providing the Teen Reading Challenge prizes.

Family Game Day at the library
On Sunday, January 31, bring your whole family for an afternoon of board games and video games. We’ll have everything from Settlers of Catan and Apples to Apples to Mario Kart and Just Dance. All ages are welcome. The event is from 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. at the Pflugerville Public Library.

Parks and Recreation is hiring more than 150 seasonal part-time positions; job listings online
What will you do this spring break and summer? Are you interested in working for the city? The city of Pflugerville is accepting applications for spring break camp counselors, summer pool managers and lifeguards. Lifeguards are required to participate in a lifeguard training course held in March and April. If you are interested in any of these employment opportunities, visit

What's Happening
transitTransit survey online -
 Have you taken the survey? The city wants feedback on public transit opportunities and options for Pflugerville. Take the survey at

Year in Review 2015 - Curious about what the city did in 2015? Check out the Year in Review Annual Report which highlights bond projects, new parks and trails and highlights of the year. View the report online at

Spring Break Camp registration 2016 - Spring Break Camp registration begins February 8 and is a great way for youth ages 6 to 11 to spend their week off from school on March 14-18, 2016. With only 40 spots available, be sure to sign up  on February 8 as spaces will fill up. Camp is provided weekdays from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. The camp includes field trips, park visits, games and more. The cost is $110 per child. Community Development Block Grant Scholarships are available to those who qualify. (

Weiss Lane Transmission Main installation - Current construction along Weiss Lane is for the installation of a water line which will provide water to the new high school. Several other segments of water line are also planned for installation. Once the water line construction is complete, the city will proceed on the road widening project as approved by the voters in the 2014 bond election.

AARP Tax help at the Library - Do you need some assistance filing your taxes? Tax help is offered on Fridays starting January 29 through April 15. Assistance is from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. First come, first served.

This Week 
Legend: B&C – Board & Commissions; P&R – Parks & Recreation; L – Library; PD – Police; O - Other
Online City Event Calendar 
Friday, January 29 - AARP Tax Help (L)
Saturday, January 30 - PS4 Injustice Teen Tournament (L), Story time (L), Paws and Read (L)
Sunday, January 31 - Family Game Day (L)
Monday, February 1 - Baby time (L), Home school teens (L), Paws and Read (L) Planning and Zoning (B&C)
Tuesday, February 2 - Story time (L), Home school kids Black History Month (L), Home school kids tweens (L), Lego club (L) Awesome Occupations: County Court Judge
Wednesday, February 3 - Kawaii (L), Pf Knitters (L)
Thursday, February 4 - Falcon Pointe Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) meeting (B&C), Toddler Talent Show (L) Kids Club Mardi Gras Masks ages 5-8 (L) 3D Printer Demo (L), Genealogy (L)

February 4 - Toddler Talent show  at the library - Let your little one show off their talent in front of a friendly audience. All talents are welcome, from singing to giving a high-five! Whatever their talent is, each participant will get a round of applause and a ribbon. Recommended for ages 18 months-5 years.

February 13 - 8th Annual Romance Readers' Social -  Join local authors for a fun-filled celebration of romance novels! April Kihlstrom, Molly McAdams, Adrienne deWolf and Skyler White will be here to sign books and participate in a Q&A panel. We'll also have crafts, free paperbacks, cupcakes and more! Visit the library from 2 -3:30 p.m.