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October 21, 2016

Weiss Lane Widening Project Open House
The City of Pflugerville and Travis County will host an open house at the Pflugerville Justice Center, 1611 E. Pfennig Ln. on Wednesday, October 26 from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. to provide information about the much-anticipated Weiss Lane Roadway Improvements project that is slated to begin in early 2017. Weiss Lane
This project is funded by Travis County and City of Pflugerville voter-approved bond funds and will widen the roadway from Wilbarger Creek to Cele Rd. from two lanes to four lanes with curb and gutter and drainage improvements. The southernmost section from Wilbarger Creek to East Pecan St. will be reconstructed as a four-lane roadway with shoulders. The project limits are from East Pecan St. to Cele Rd. (3 miles) and include reconstruction of all bridges from Pecan Street to Cele Road starting with the one-lane bridge closest to Pecan St.

Throughout the construction, the roadway will remain open with a north and southbound lane of traffic at all times.

The project will begin in early 2017 with construction scheduled for 20 months. Weiss Lane PfactSheet

It's not just a walk, it's a StoryWalk® 
Don't miss the Story Walk Kick Off on the Heritage House Museum lawn on Tuesday, October 25 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Families will take a walk along the Heritage Park Trail to read the Story Walk book, Sheep Take a Hike by Nancy Shaw. Crafts will be provided at the end of the trail for kids to work on at home. All ages are welcome to attend. Materials provided while supplies last.Storywalk

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.

Trim your Trees now to comply with safety ordinances

tree blocking sidewalk and roadThe City of Pflugerville Ordinances require that trees must hang no less than 8 ft above sidewalks and 14 ft above the street. These ordinances ensure that recreational sidewalk use and emergency vehicle roadway use is not inhibited by tree growth or limbs. It is imperative that homeowners comply and trim trees on their property to Ordinance Standards by November 1, 2016. 

Starting November 1, homes in violation will receive a door hanger notice two weeks prior to city enforcement trimming.

City crews will visit subdivisions and cut trees that do not meet the standards and clearance requirements. 

City crews will cut trees straight across at the desired height, thus homeowners desiring more aesthetic cuts are encouraged to complete their tree trimming before enforcement begins on November 1. 

For questions, please call public works at 512-990-6400. 
Pflugerville receives Keep Texas Beautiful Green Bag Grant 
KTbeautifulThe City of Pflugerville is a recipient of a $2000 Green Bag Grant from Keep Texas Beautiful. The program gives 13 Texas communities grants to support water conservation education and programming pertaining to environmental education. The money will be used to purchase trash grabbers, bags and gloves for volunteers who help with creek cleanups throughout the year.

Hardwired smoke alarms should be checked
smaller fire graphic Working smoke alarms cut the risk in half of dying in a home fire, but most people in Pflugerville don’t realize that smoke alarms are not designed to work reliably after 10 years from the date they were made. This is true even if the alarm is hard-wired and the batteries are changed regularly.

For more information, visit Travis County ESD No. 2 (Pflugerville Fire Department) at, choose the Prevention tab then Public Education, and click on Smoke Detector Safety.  Don't wait- check the date.

Halloween Activities in Pflugerville

UFO Presentation at the Pflugerville Library 
On Thursday, October 27, at 6:30 p.m. author and researcher Robert Powell will present his findings on the Stephenville Lights of 2008 at the Pflugerville Public Library. Hear about his personal investigation, which includes several reports, witness interviews, and radar data. This presentation is of interest for those who would like to see detailed information on one of the most interesting UFO reports of the last 10 years. Refreshments will be provided. Anyone 18 and up is welcome to attend. 

Pictures with a friendly witch 
Enjoy this Halloween photo opportunity at the library. Bring your child to the library on Thursday, October 27 from 10:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. for a picture with the Pfriendly Witch. She will read a book and then take pictures with the kids. Bring your own smartphone or camera to take pictures. Costumes are encouraged. 

Zumba Halloween Style 
Want to try ZUMBA?  Come to the Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 8:15 a.m. for “Monster Mash Zumba Bash.” Come dance to your favorite Halloween songs, like Thriller and Monster Mash.  No experience necessary. Wear all black or a costume and join us for some Halloween pfun.

Trunk or Treat at the Pflugerville Animal Shelter
Come to the shelter at 1600 Waterbrook Drive for Trunk or Treat on October 29 from 11 a.m. -3 p.m. Trick or treat and check out all the animals available for adoption from the shelter.

Dedicated Motorsports Presentation
Interested in pfast cars? Watch a presentation about the World’s Fastest Nissan GTR from Dedicated Motorsports. Learn about how they broke the record for the GTR Standing-Mile at the Texas Mile in Beeville, Texas. The presentation will be at the library on Tuesday, October 25 at 6:30 p.m. Ages 8 and up are welcome. 

What's Happening

Renew senior activity club memberships -  Senior Activity Club memberships expired in September, so now is the time to renew or join with an annual membership at the Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road. New members are always welcome. Fees are just $3 per year for residents or $5 per couple. Non-residents pay an annual fee of $5 per person or $7 per couple. Activities include classes, games and day trips and overnight excursions. For more information, call 512-990-6350 or view

Senior Movie Matinee: The Jungle Book – Enjoy refreshments and a pfree screening of The Jungle Book at the Pflugerville Library on Monday, October 24 at 2 p.m. In this live-action reimagining of the classic collection of stories by Rudyard Kipling, director Jon Favreau uses visually stunning CGI to create the community of animals surrounding Mowgli (Neel Sethi), a human boy adopted by a pack of wolves. Characters are voiced by Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Christopher Walken.  The movie is rated PG (Walt Disney Pictures). Senior programs at the library are intended for those 55 and up, but anyone 18 and up is welcome to attend.

This Week 

Friday 10/21: Tween Typing (L)
Saturday 10/22: Saturday Story Time (L); Paws & Read (L); Machine Embroidery Class: Free-standing Lace (L)
Sunday 10/23: Game On! Board Games (L)
Monday 10/24: Early Voting Oct 24 – Nov 4 (O); Baby Time – Babies 3 to 12 months (L); Baby Times: Babies 12 to 18 months (L); Senior Movie Matinee: The Jungle Book (L); Paws & Read (L)
Tuesday 10/25: City Council Meeting (B&C); Story Walk Kick Off (P&R); Pfarmers Market (P&R); Bilingual (English & Spanish) Story Time for Everyone! (L); Home School Kids (Ages 5 to 8) – Jack-o-lantern Pumpkin Cat (L); Home School Tweens (L); Home School Teens (L); Dedicated Motorsports Presentation (L)
Wednesday 10/26: Weiss Lane Project Open House (L); Techie Tweens (L);Walk In Computer Help for Adults (L); Monster Mash Zumba Bash (P&R)
Thursday 10/27: Story Time (L); Kids Crafternoon (Ages 5 to 8) – Halloween Sun Catchers (L); Turning Pages Book Club (L); Beading Club (L); Mystery Book Club (L); Presentation: The Stephenville Lights of 2008 (L)

Legend: B&C – Board & Commissions; P&R – Parks & Recreation; L – Library; PD – Police; O - Other

Online City Event Calendar 

November 3: Harry Potter Night – Save the date! There will be a Harry Potter Night for ages 18 and up at the Pflugerville Public Library on November 3. Enjoy an evening at Hogwarts with crafts, games and a trivia contest. Activities include decorated coffee mugs, DIY snitch, book cover ornaments, wand making, character magnets, adult coloring and tabletop Quidditch. Costumes are encouraged. Ages 18 and up are welcome.

November 19 Pfall Pfest - Come shop from more than 40 vendors at the Pfall Pfest Craft Show at the Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road. With shopping hours from 9 a.m. -4 p.m. you have plenty of time to shop for unique gifts and items in this juried show. Free admission for shoppers.