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August 12, 2016

City Council to canvass votes at August 15 special meeting
On Saturday, August 6 the city received unofficial voting results for the City Councilmember Place 2 election. Without one candidate receiving more than 50% of the vote, the City Council will hold a special meeting on August 15 to canvass the votes and call a second election.
The two candidates are Jeff Marsh and Jim McDonald.  Per the Texas Constitution and City Charter, there will be a second election called with election day September 6.  

On Tuesday, August 8, the City Council ordered a General Election for November 8 for the election of a Mayor and Councilmember Place 1. There were 869 votes cast in the last election. Be sure to vote Pflugerville! 

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Stop Signs switch at Pfluger Street and 12 Street 

On Tuesday, City Council passed on second reading the adjustment of stop signs at the corner of Pfluger Street and 12th Street. The change switches the stop signs and now requires traffic driving on S 12th Street to stop and yield to vehicles on W. Pfluger Street.  City staff recommended the change to improve traffic flow. 

Kennemer Drive road repairs begin week of August 13
The Kennemer Drive Overlay Project will begin the week of August 13, 2016. 
This project is scheduled to last 90 calendar days, and construction will begin at Kelly Lane and work north to Terradyne Drive. Kennemer

As part of the project, temporary NO PARKING signs will be placed in front of homes on Kennemer Drive indicating the next day’s work zone location. If residents living on Kennemer Drive see these NO PARKING signs in front of their home, it means the contractor is working there tomorrow or that day. Please do not park in the street from 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.  The city may tow vehicles that are blocking the overlay project. Door hanger notifications and signage in the area will notify homeowners. 

Efforts will be made to begin after rush hour each day, after school starts (when applicable) and conclude before your evening commute.  Alternate routes may be desired. Thank you for your cooperation as the city of Pflugerville repairs the roadway. Additional Kennemer project information 

August 15 is national check the chip day
Carla the dogDo you know if your pet’s microchip is registered?  Not all vet clinics and animal shelters register the chip for you.  If the microchip is not registered with the pet owner information, the chip doesn't help get your pet back to you. 

Make sure your name, address, email address and phone number information is current with the microchip registry company.  Is your emergency contact and vet clinic info current?  If not, National Check the Chip Day is a reminder to update your pet’s microchip.  

"Pflugerville Animal Shelter sees many animals come in as strays that have microchips but the chip was never registered or was registered, but the owner contact information (phone numbers, address, email) is no longer valid," Shelter Director Rhonda McLendon said. "This means we are often unable to find the owner. This happened with Carla (pictured) who has been at our shelter for months because her chip information was out-of-date. She is up for adoption." 

It is recommended to have your veterinarian scan your pet when you take it in for its annual checkup to ensure the chip is still detectable. You should verify the registration information is still accurate.   Consider having your pet’s microchip cross registered with other chip registries.  If you are not sure if your pet’s microchip is registered or up to date, search the chip   as well as call the chip manufacturer and your veterinarian.  There are also databases where you can register your pet’s microchip for free, such as  and

If your pet is not microchipped, consider getting it done today.    Most veterinary clinics offer microchipping, and there are also low cost and free microchipping options for Travis County residents. 

Council discusses zoning for the Commons at Heatherwilde and Pecan
commonsCity Council discussed a zoning designation on two tracts of land just west of Heatherwilde along FM 1825. What’s significant about this new zoning is the Commons at Heatherwilde and Pecan Planned Unit Development that intends to bring a mix of residential and commercial uses to the area.

On the west side of Pflugerville, this unique destination development will enhance the city’s gateway entry along Pecan because as you enter our city limits, a developer envisions a planned united development district with a mix of residential and commercial uses and a walkable environment with gathering areas. With a maximum of 1280 residential units, and 10.77 acres of park civic space, plus retail, your drive into Pflugerville will look much different when this project is complete. 

The preliminary plan has been submitted for review and the rezoning request goes back for a second reading to council on August 23.

City offices, Library and Recreation Center offline Saturday, August 13
On Saturday, August 13, City of Pflugerville office computers and phone lines will be inoperable from approximately 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Emergency calls to 9-1-1 will NOT be affected. 

While the library and the Pflugerville Recreation Center phone lines will be inoperable, both facilities will be open normal hours. The library public computers will not be affected. 

Music in the Park with Glen Collins and the Alibis
Enjoy live music at Pfluger Park, 515 City Park Road from Glen Collins & the Alibis from 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. The musicians are a throwback to the old dance hall days with their Western attire and a set list featuring all the great traditional Country & Western Swing tunes that the dancers around Central Texas crave and move to.

Sewing and Embroidery Machine activities at the library
Make a lanyard for your keys or work badge on Thursday, August 18 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Pfab Lab. Learn how to use the sewing machine and serger during the tutorial. 

Register for Intro to Machine Embroidery and get hands-on training for the embroidery and sewing machine on Saturday, August 20. Attendees will make a small zippered pouch. Registration starts August 13 and is required. Sign up for a one-on-one appointment with the instructor between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., Ages 18 and up are welcome to both events. 

What's Happeningchili pfest dancing
Chili Pfest Cooks wanted
 - Vendors and chili cooks can apply online at  

City Pool hours through Labor Day Weekend
Windermere Pool is closed for the season. 

Gilleland Creek Pool hours are from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. from Aug. 9 to Aug. 21, with lap swim only starting August 22 from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The pool will be open the weekends of August 27, 28 and September 3, 4, 5 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Scott Mentzer Pool hours are to 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. through August 12 and is open weekends only starting August 13 through Sept. 5. Saturday hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday hours from noon to 8 p.m.  

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Traffic Switch Planned for Heatherwilde Boulevard
As construction continues along Heatherwilde Boulevard, a traffic switch is scheduled for the last part of August. Traffic will transition to the newly constructed east side lanes. Wilke Ridge Lane and Great Basin will be reopened.

Lawn Clipping pickup - If you bag your lawn clippings, please put them out on your trash day. The city's chipping machine cannot accept bagged leaves and twigs, even in the brown recyclable bags. To recycle, drop the bags off at the Pflugerville Recycle Center at 15500 Sun Light Near Way.

Pflugerville Pfarmers Market
Tuesdays at the Heritage Park Green Red Barn, 901 Old Austin Hutto Road from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. is the Pfarmers Market. Come shop for fresh produce, breads, jams and more.

Milkweed seeds are handed out at the Pfarmers Market while supplies last in support of Monarch butterfly habitats. Visit the market to receive free

Computer Help Open Hours - Come to the library for computer help every Wednesday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. No appointment necessary, walk-ins are welcome. 

Senior Appy Hour - The library will host a Google Drive tutorial for Senior Appy Hour on Monday, August 15. Learn how to store documents and photos using Google's popular cloud service. Registration is required. Ages 55 and up are welcome. Register at 

This Week 

Saturday 8/13: Animal Shelter Volunteer Class (AS)
Monday 8/15: Senior Appy Hour – Google Drive (L) 
Tuesday 8/16: Friends of the Library Meeting (L) Sit ‘n Knit (L); Tot Time at the Pool (P&R); Pfarmers Market (P&R)
Wednesday 8/17: 2016 Deutschen Pfest Steering Committee Meeting (O) 
Thursday 8/18: Mystery Book Club (L); Pfab Lab Adult Hours – Sewing Machine (L) Parks and Recreation Commission Regular Meeting (B&C)
Legend: B&C – Board & Commissions; P&R – Parks & Recreation; L – Library; PD – Police; O - Other
Online City Event Calendar 

September 10 Police Department Open House - The Police Department annual open house is on September 10 from 9 a.m. -1 p.m. at the Justice Center. Enjoy tours of the Justice Center including the CID (criminal investigation division), the Communications Division (Dispatch), the jail, Patrol Division, Volunteers Center; Code Enforcement and Victim Services. Check out the Motorcycle Division and the Canine Division and don't forget McGruff the crime dog. 

October 1 Pfamily Pfestival and Expo - The Pflugerville Chamber of Commerce hosts an annual expo on October 1 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Stone Hill Town Center. Come visit the city's booth to learn more about Pflugerville and enjoy entertainment, children's activities, merchant booths and

October 2 Harvest Pfest - The Heritage House Museum hosts a Harvest Pfest on October 2. The museum is open the first Sunday of each month from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. The event includes food, games, live music and a tour of the historic Heritage House Museum, 901 Old Austin Hutto Road.