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Alternate routes are recommended for the duration of the construction. At various times throughout the project, traffic will require phasing with traffic shifting at times from the north lanes to south lanes with one lane in each direction.
The city has coordinated with the Pflugerville Independent School District (PISD) in the design and construction phasing for the project.
Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes (Map Links) to help redistribute existing traffic off Kelly Lane during construction.
The connectivity of Colorado Sand Drive North and South provide some alternate routes for residents to detour off Kelly Lane.
Pedestrian crossings and school crossings will remain on Kelly for the duration of the project.
Other impacts anticipated during construction may include: general construction noise, and large equipment moving through the area.
During the project, construction equipment will not be allowed to use neighborhood streets to access the project area.
• Enhance regional and local mobility and connectivity.• Significantly relieve congestion and improve operations along Kelly Lane.• Provide increased safety with installation of median for left- and U-turn maneuvers. Also, adding deceleration lane(s) for right turn maneuvers at commercial and subdivision access locations.• Adding efficiency of traffic flow with 3 traffic signals. These signals are to be coordinated with TxDOT SH 130 signal for progression.• Provide an alternative route for school traffic circulation, via Colorado Sand Drive.• Improve drainage with installation of raised curb and gutter system along Kelly Lane.• Enhance pedestrian facilities by filling in sidewalk gaps along Kelly Lane.
The Library does not charge fines however if an item is overdue for 10 or more days the account is blocked until the item is returned. Once returned, your privileges are restored!
The library provides email and paper overdue notices strictly as a courtesy. Please remember to unblock the library in your email.
Customers are responsible for the timely return of all materials on their accounts.
When an item is lost or damaged beyond repair, the customer is charged the full retail price of the item plus a $10.00 processing fee.* The Library will not accept replacement copies in lieu of lost or damaged items. * Damage to Library materials should immediately be reported to the library staff. Repairs are to be made by library staff only. Customer repairs may necessitate replacement of items with costs charged to the customer.
Method of Payment
Payment of fees can be made in the following ways: * In person at the Pflugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Pfluger St., Pflugerville, TX 78660 * By check or money order mailed to Pflugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Pfluger St., Pflugerville, TX 78660 * Or by credit card. Customers must come in person to the library for forms to be filled out and taken to the city Finance Dept. Hours of operation for the Finance Dept. are M-F, 8am-5pm.
To apply for a TexShare card at Pflugerville Public Library :
* You must have been a Pflugerville Public Library cardholder for a minimum of 3 months.* You must have a consistent checkout history with Pflugerville Public Library .* Patrons who have items overdue for more than 10 days or owe for lost or damaged items are not eligible for TexShare services until any overdue materials have been returned by them, sufficient payments are made to reduce the overdue balance to less than $5, and after a period of good standing not to exceed 3 months.
Fill out an ILL request online and staff will do a search and borrow the material if it is available. Materials may be requested from libraries nationwide. You then check out the item from PPL and return it here. ILL takes 10 days to 2 weeks.
Note: The library will create an account for your in OCLC Texas Navigator (NRE) in order to borrow the item. Interlibrary loans are recorded through NRE, which tracks requests, receipt, and return of interlibrary loan items.
There is a limit of 5 InterLibrary Loan items out per patron at a time. There is no cost for InterLibrary Loan unless the fees are $5 or greater.
Note: Minors cannot request Interlibrary Loan materials unless accompanied by their legal guardian.
To place a hold on online:
*From the library catalog, locate the login box*Use your library card number and your password to login *Search for the item in the library catalog* Click on the item* Click reserve this title* Click confirm
If the material is something you would like the library to purchase or borrow you may do so through your online patron account. Please call 990-6375 for details.
Larger meeting rooms are also available for reservation. For information about reserving meeting rooms please call the library at 512-990-6375.
Ride the Bus - it's a Blast! * Shuttle buses run from Hendrickson High School only, starting at noon on Friday, July 3, 2015.* The last bus before the fireworks leaves HHS at 8 p.m., and will resume the route at 9:30 p.m. * The final bus leaves Lake Pflugerville at 11:30 p.m.
Handicap Vehicle Parking is allowed in the paved south shore and north shore lots, only with vehicle placard displayed. Handicap shuttle buses will run from Hendrickson High School to and from the lake.
Bus riders may bring blankets, folding chairs, backpacks, canopies, small coolers or other personal items onto the bus. Note that any items you bring will have to be carried from the bus to your chosen spot at the lake. Pack wisely!
While small propane grills are allowed, they are discouraged as the event offers many food options from vendors. The propane container can be NO larger than an 8-ounce bottle. NO wood, charcoal or gasoline cook stoves are allowed (except at vendor booths.).
Pets are not allowed on the bus or on site. Those bringing a pet will be turned away and have to leave the site to take the animal home.
(Note: There is limited, paid parking sold by private land owners in the nearby area. Expect to walk a long distance to the lake from those lots. Limited directional exit access after the fireworks show, controlled by police officers.)
SunscreenSunglassesSwim suit, towels -- if you plan to go in the lakeSmall canopy or pop-up shade, if desiredFolding chair or blanket to sit on, if desiredCash, debit, or credit cards for food, drinks or other purchases. (ATMs on site)Toys for the kids, if desiredCameras -- those photos of fireworks can turn out great!
Have a family plan in place if you get separated from each other. (Lost and Found area located at Information booths; police on site will help with lost children.)
Please don't bring the family pet, but leave Pfido at home! Sadly, those bringing pets to the lake will be turned away.
Pfestival Do's and Don'ts
Buses resume after the fireworks show and take guests back to their cars at Hendrickson High School. Guests have the option to stay and enjoy live music or a movie on the beach before they leave, or leaving after the fireworks show. The last bus leaves Lake Pflugerville at 11:30 p.m. on Friday, July 3, for the return run to Hendrickson High School parking lots.
Handicap shuttles will run the same schedule, or as needed. Exception: Designated onsite handicap parking is both the paved lots on the south shore and north shore at Lake Pflugerville.
Volunteers may take the shuttle buses to get to the lake to work their shifts, as well.
Ride the Bus...It's a Blast!
If you are interested, sign up here online and choose your shift:
Earn a PFREE meal, PFREE parking space, and have loads of PFUN!
Some of the tasks that volunteers help with:
Monitor the bounce housesWatch barricades to keep cars out of parking lotsHelp decorate stages and the groundsCheck in vendorsCheck in musiciansShuttle other volunteersDeliver food to workers
This event wouldn't be possible without great volunteers, and we appreciate each and every one of them!
Handicap transportation shuttle provided.
You may circulate a petition either supporting or opposing a proposal which will be given to the Commission or City Council. There are not a set number of signatures that must be collected on a petition to disapprove a proposed rezoning or other request. A petition will not automatically disapprove a request no matter how many signatures appear on it. The City Council is the final authority on all such decisions. Petitions are used to inform the commission or council of the magnitude of the support or opposition to a request.
You may report information on existing cases to Email CID Tips or call the Criminal Investigations Department at: 512-670-5700. Criminal Investigations Department
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In addition to CID’s page, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Consumer Information website provides a wealth of information to help protect the consumer from fraud.
The FTC identifies three immediate steps to take if you are a victim of identity theft. First, place an Initial Fraud Alert with one of the three credit reporting agencies. Second, order credit reports from Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Third, create an Identity Theft Affidavit online with the FTC or in person the Pflugerville Police Department. Identity Theft
In the event of a flooding emergency at any other time, call the Pflugerville Police Department at (512) 251-4004.
For more information, check the link below or call 512-990-6400. For more information
The complete statistics regarding the water quality are posted in English and Spanish on the website under Drinking Water Quality Reports.
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If you wish to report a sign that has been damaged, is faded, has graffiti, or to request a new sign call the Streets Division at 512- 990-6400, Monday through Friday.
After 4:00 p.m. weekdays and on weekends and holidays all emergency situations should be reported to the Pflugerville Police Department at 512-251-4004.
NOTE: Regulatory signs such as "STOP" or speed limits and others require an engineering warrant study and/or ordinance. State law will not allow the use of stop signs to control speed.
Request for street repairs should be reported to the Streets Division (512) 990-6400, Monday through Friday.
For emergency situations, call the Pflugerville Police Department Dispatcher at (512) 251-4004.
A request for service may be left for non-emergency situations and it will be scheduled for repair as soon as possible.
Persons reporting requests for services should provide City staff with the name, address, telephone number, location of the requested repair, and as much detailed information as possible concerning the problem. Please be advised that the City does not perform repairs to State Highways. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) handles Pecan Street (FM1825) and FM 685. Maintenance repairs for those highways should be reported to TxDOT at (512) 832-7200. For citizens outside the City of Pflugerville, report your road maintenance problems to Travis County at (512) 854-9114.
The regular hours are:
Monday - Friday: 5:30 am - 9:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. More Information
To report a problem contact the Public Works Department at 512-990-6400. Residents are urged not to use the drainage systems for disposal of leaves, grass clippings or any other debris as that will impede the flow of water into the underground system and could cause flooding and make the maintenance of the area more difficult. Dumping of debris, trash or other items will be referred to the code enforcement officer. Littering is punishable by a fine. In the event of flooding due to a blockage of the storm drain system, residents are encouraged to contact the Streets Division from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM at (512) 990-6400 Monday through Friday.
To report damaged sidewalks call the Streets Division at (512) 990-6400, Monday through Friday.
Sidewalks that are considered dangerous to pedestrians will be temporarily repaired as soon as possible; the sidewalk will be inspected, prioritized according to the hazardous condition and placed on the Sidewalk Replacement List. According to the priority given that request, the repair will be made as the Street Division's budget and schedule allows. Please be advised that the property owners are responsible for maintaining sidewalks leading to their homes and businesses.
Request for street repairs should be reported to the Streets Division (512)990-6400, Monday through Friday.
For emergency situations, call the Pflugerville Police Department Citizens Communication Line at 512-251-4004.
A request for service may be left for non-emergency situations and it will be scheduled for repair as soon as possible. Persons reporting requests for services should provide City staff with the name, address, telephone number, location of the requested repair, and as much detailed information as possible concerning the problem. Please be advised that the City does not perform repairs to State Highways. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) handles Pecan Street (FM1825) and FM 685. Maintenance repairs for those highways should be reported to TxDOT at (512) 832-7200. For citizens outside the City of Pflugerville, report your road maintenance problems to Travis County at (512) 854-9114.
If you wish to report a sign that has been damaged, is faded, has graffiti, or to request a new sign call the Streets Division at (512) 990-6400, Monday through Friday. After 4:00 p.m. weekdays and on weekends and holidays all emergency situations should be reported to the Pflugerville Police Department at (512) 251-4004.
Traffic signal problems on Pecan Street (FM 1825) and FM 685 must be reported to the Pflugerville Public Works Department at (512) 990-6400.
If after hours, please report all traffic signal problems to the Pflugerville Police Department at (512) 251-4004.
The times on the flashing school zone signals are set per the direction of the Pflugerville Independent School District to ensure the safety of the children. If you wish to report a flashing school zone signal light malfunction, please call the Street Division at (512) 990-6400, Monday through Friday.
After 4:00 PM weekdays and on weekends and holidays all malfunctions should be reported to the Pflugerville Police Department at (512) 251-4004.
For damage in City Parks and on Hike and Bike Trails, please contact the Parks Department at 512-990-6350 during those same hours.
After 4:00 p.m.weekdays and on weekends and holidays emergency situations should be reported to the Pflugerville Police Department at 512- 251-4004.
Please contact the Streets Division at (512) 990-6400, Monday through Friday with your request.
Provides unobstructed view of traffic control devices and traffic
Makes reading street signs easier
Provides pedestrians access to sidewalks without injury from limbs and exposure to traffic
Provides homeowners the opportunity to trim limbs in a manner acceptable to their taste
Saves City man hours and your tax dollars The Streets Division is required to remove tree limbs blocking signs and visibility. To report tree limbs blocking intersections and sign visibility, call the Streets Division, 512-990-6400, Monday through Friday. After 4:00 PM weekdays and on weekends and holidays, emergency situations should be reported to the Pflugerville Police Department (512) 251-4004. Otherwise, please leave your name, phone number and details on the Streets Division answering machine and you will receive a call back the next business day.
Keep carts in shaded area out of sun exposure.Keep carts tightly closed.Tightly wrap discarded foods in newspaper.Wash carts out with high pressure spray nozzle.Wash carts out with detergent or bleach or simply pour bleach down the inside of the carts on a regular basis.Rinse recycled food/drink cartons.Freeze discarded meats/food until trash day.Bag trash in tightly closed bags.Refer to epestsupply.com or local suppliers for insect control products.Flies & maggots can be killed with boiling water.