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Key to the City June 7, 2019

Water quality reports available, half day summer camps, and more.
Post Date:06/07/2019 10:10 AM


Key to the City June 7, 2019 
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Take the 2019 Resident Survey

The city seeks your input in the 2019 resident survey. The city hired Texas State University to conduct a statistically-valid survey of a random sample of Pflugerville residents. The city invites any resident interested in providing feedback to the city to participate in the survey which is posted online. You have from now until June 11 to provide feedback via this ;online survey link.

Thank you in advance for providing your feedback.

Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month; we know the best place to shop! market 1_

June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month. Celebrate by visiting the Pfarmers Market on Tuesdays from 3-7 p.m. at Heritage Park, 901 Old Austin Hutto Road. The market brings fresh, locally grown and prepared foods to the Pflugerville community. Vendors sell a variety of produce including tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, squash, okra, garlic, melons, peaches, and grapes; artisan baked goods; honey; flowers; eggs; free-range meats; jarred salsas; pickles, jams and plants. Visit for more information.

Don't forget the Heritage House Museum is also open during market hours for the public to tour and explore. 

Water quality reports now available

The Consumer Confidence Rule requires public water suppliers serving the same people year-round in community water systems to provide consumer confidence reports (CCR) to their customers. These reports are also known as annual water quality reports or drinking water quality reports. The city has made these reports available to the public on the city’s website.

The CCR summarizes information regarding sources used (i.e., rivers, lakes, reservoirs, or aquifers) any detected contaminants, compliance, and educational information. Visit the city's website to find the map and which report corresponds to your home.

Half-day summer camps at the Pflugerville Recreation Center 

The Pflugerville Recreation Center has space available in a variety of different half-day summer camps. There's something for every kid, including:

  • Dance campsCameraman Filming Outdoors
  • Film making and photography camps
  • Drawing, cartooning, and pastel camps
  • STEM camps
  • Archaeology camps
  • Forensics camps
  • Sewing camps

Pfind out more and register today at

City Events

Pfamily Pfloat Night

There are no Pfloating Movies this summer, but instead you can look forward to Pfamily Pfloat Nights! Enjoy a night swim, discounted concessions, and an inflatable slip and slide at Scott Mentzer Pool, 901 Old Austin Hutto Road. Open swim admission will end at 7 p.m and Pfamily Pfloat Night wristbands available beginning at 7 p.m. Admission (cash only) is $3 for kids and $5 for adults (14+). 

2019 dates: June 7, June 21 and July 19.

DiversiTeen Book Tasting at the library DiversiTeen Book Tasting_

Sample great new books specially selected by library staff while you chat with other readers and snack. Everyone will leave with free books. The event is held on June 11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the library at 1008 W. Pfluger St. 

How does it work? You'll rotate through four tables, each featuring a different selection of books. You have four minutes to read the first few pages of a book. Write a review on your "menu" and move on to the next book. The book tasting will take the place of this month's DiversiTeen Book Club meeting. If you are planning to attend book club next month, copies of the book will be available while supplies last.

For ages 12 through 18. For more information, please email

Senior Lunch and Learn: Forensic Analysis

Crime scene tape 1Learn about crime scene analysis from Pflugerville Police Department Crime Scene Techs Savannah Lobo, Billy Gibbens, and Bethany Harman on Wednesday, June 12 from 1-2 p.m. The Lunch and Learn includes a hands-on activity. This program is recommended for those 55 and up, but anyone 18 and up may attend. Please register online or by calling (512) 990-6375. 

For more information, contact Bette at

ACC Hands on Science Exhibits on June 14

The Pflugerville Library welcomes Austin Community College (ACC) on Friday, June 14 from noon- 4 p.m. for a Hands on Science Exhibit. ACC Hands on Science outreach program promotes the message that science is fun and that anyone can do it. 

These hands-on traveling exhibits are simple and prove that there is science involved in everything we do while encouraging everyone to do science. This event is recommended for ages 5 to 14. This is a come-and-go and first come, first served event. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the end of the event in order to participate.

What's Happening

Flay Day is June 14 - In partnership with the American Legion Kerlin-Lyerly Post 154, the Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, has a drop-off collection for retired flags. When your flag becomes worn, torn, or faded and it is time to replace it with a new flag, properly retire your American flag with the respect and gravity that it is entitled. 

Lake Pflugerville Triathlon is June 16 - On Sunday, June 16, the Lake Pflugerville Triathlon takes place at Lake Pflugerville. Hundreds of athletes will run, swim, and cycle through east Pflugerville. The event begins and ends at the lake. Please expect some traffic delays in the area. From 7:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Weiss Lane will be closed from Hidden Lake Crossing to Pflugerville Parkway.

Free pet adoptions for Father's Day weekend - Become a pet dad. The Pflugerville Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) will have free adoptions for dads on Father's Day weekend, June 15-16. It's a great time to adopt a pet from PAWS, 1600 Waterbrook Drive. Check out animals available for adoption at

Summer Reading Program - Pick up a reading log at the library and see who's the biggest reader in your family. The color of your reading log is your team for the summer. Add a token to your team's bucket for every two hours that you read. At the end of the summer, we'll count how many hours were read and decorate the entire library in the color of the winning team. Learn more about the program here.

Save the Date

June 14 - Music in the Park featuring Justin Langston - 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Pfluger Park. The annual Music In The Park outdoor concert series showcases a variety of live bands and one movie night on selected Friday nights. There's no admission charge, so bring lawn chairs, pfurry friends, blankets, picnic baskets, friends and neighbors for a free evening of music, entertainment, and relaxation. 

June 19 - Juneteenth Presentation with the Austin History Center - kYmberly Keeton, African American Community Archivist & Librarian for the Austin History Center, will discuss the Negro Motorist Green Book at the library from 6-7:30 p.m. All ages are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided while supplies last. Registration is required online.

June 21 -  Music in the Park featuring Kev Bev - 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Pfluger Park. The annual Music In The Park outdoor concert series showcases a variety of live bands and one movie night on selected Friday nights. There's no admission charge, so bring lawn chairs, pfurry friends, blankets, picnic baskets, friends and neighbors for a free evening of music, entertainment, and relaxation. 

June 27 - Beat Saber Tournament - Try the library's new Vive by battling it out at the Beat Saber Tournament on Thursday, June 27 from 6-7:30 p.m. Beat Saber is a virtual reality rhythm game, where your goal is to slash the beats which fit perfectly into precisely handcrafted music. Click here to learn more about the system.

July 4 - Pfirecracker Pfestival - Celebrate Independence Day on July 4th with pfun and pfamily in Pflugerville at the Pfirecracker Pfestival located at The Pfield. Learn more at

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