In & Around Cedar Park!

Following the quarterly HOA Breakfast meet-and-greet, a number of excellent resources were made available to residents.


1)      Fight the Bite/ Code Compliance Video

With the warmer weather out there, now is also the time for mosquitos.  Please remember that something as small as a water bottle cap with water in it is enough for mosquitos to breed in.


Click here to download some additional resources :


2)      Annual Waste Clean-Up (coming up April 7th):

As you may have seen by the separate event that we’ve created on the Creekview page, we invite you to save the date and those chemicals in your garage from your spring cleaning sessions for our annual Household Hazardous Waste free cleanup on April 7.

3)      Link to Parking Ordinances:

Recently there has been a rise in the number of requests the city has had for parking violations on neighborhood streets. There are a number of Texas laws and ordinances which affect parking and we wanted to send out a friendly reminder that if you park your vehicle incorrectly or in the wrong area you could become a hazard to emergency access, pedestrians or other motorists.

Parking in the street must be next to the curb and in the direction of the flow of traffic. You must be parked at least five feet from a public or private driveway unless you are parking in a cul-de-sac. You cannot park your vehicle in a crosswalk, or within an intersection or in a sidewalk, even in your own driveway. Finally, please make sure to be at least 30 feet away from stop signs, yield signs or other traffic signals at the side of the road.

4)      Code Compliance Neighborhood Campaign (Cedar Park Swag):

5)      Trash bag limit:

If you’re thinking of raking those pesky oak leaves, please remember our 7-item bulk trash limit. It helps our trash trucks not get overfilled so they can finish their routes each day. (They make multiple trips daily to the landfill in Hutto.) Happy raking and enjoy the sunshine! More info here: 

6)      Neighborhood Resources page:

A number of resources are available to homeowners courtesy of the City by clicking on the following link:

7)     CP Connect 2.0

See a pothole … make it disappear! Appracadabra! Download the all-new CP Connect 2.0 app from your mobile device’s app store today and start using it to report issues to the City. Plus, find your trash/recycling pickup schedule, watering days, information about upcoming City events and more. *Important*:


8)      Halff Lakeline Presentation:

The City of Cedar Park is starting the master planning process to develop Lakeline Park, 189 acres of undeveloped land in south Cedar Park.

Join other Cedar Park residents on April 5, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the Cedar Park Recreation Center, 1435 Main Street, for the first of three public meetings. To help the city better plan the event, we are encouraging you to let them know you’re attending through our Facebook event page. Let us know you’re attending (optional): For maps and more information visit


9)      City Atlas overlay maps:

The city has provided a great map overlay resource to its residents.  Available here;

It allows you to look at all kinds of different elements within the city.


10)    Water meters:

As we approach warmer temperatures, we encourage you to dive deeper into your water bill. Our online portal lets you see hourly water use, detect possible water waste and set customized alerts.

Sign up at

You’re Running the SH2OW video:


11)      Other News

Bandit Signs in the neighborhood:
Ordinance 13.03.007 (D). Any complaint related to the violation of this ordinance should be reported to Code Compliance:

Solicitation requirements:
Any complaint related to the violation of this article or any provision thereof shall be filed with the municipal court clerk:


12)      Road Project Updates

Updates on various Road and other project updates throughout the City  can be viewed here:

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