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Cedar Park is a city and a major suburb of Austin in the state of Texas, approximately 16 miles to the north-west of the center of Austin and 

Cedar Park is an integral part of the rapid growth and burgeoning prosperity of Central Texas and Williamson County.  Cedar Park is widely known for its excellent schools and a pro-business environment. Due to the number of amenities, relaxed lifestyle and our commitment to community and effective government, Cedar Park is consistently named by multiple outlets one of the top places in the U.S. to raise a family.  Located on the edge of the Texas Hill Country, Cedar Park offers the best of both worlds: the energy of an innovative and booming metropolis, and a small community life with parks, nature trails and comfortable neighborhoods

Thanks to an increasing array of major employers, unique shopping and dining options, and world-class entertainment like concert headliners, professional sports action, family entertainment, outdoor activities, or big city amenities, you’ll find it in Cedar Park, Texas. 

City of Cedar Park

Leander ISD


Georgetown, Texas is a suburb of Austin with a population of 95,591 people (Based on Census Projection). Georgetown is in Williamson County and is one of the best places to live in Texas. It is the perfect balance of “small town charm” with all the conveniences of larger cities. Downtown Georgetown is lined with Victorian-era architecture. There are several charming boutiques and restaurants within these buildings. Whether you enjoy golf, shopping, arts, entertainment, or culture, Georgetown has something for you. North San Gabriel River Trails offers walking, hiking, cycling, and birding. Swimming and boating can be done at Lake Georgetown. For nature enthusiasts, caverns are a huge hit.

“Georgetown is considered one of the prettiest cities in Williamson County, especially during the spring and summer months when poppies and wildflowers are in full bloom. … residents who settle into one of the city’s restored Victorian homes or new Tuscan villas can enjoy a walk along the bank of the San Gabriel River or play a round of golf on one of the five local courses. Mountain biking trails around Lake Georgetown lead riders to the edge of Texas Hill Country,” says Fortune Magazine in its description of Georgetown.

City of Georgetown

Georgetown ISD

Hutto is a city located in Williamson County Texas. Hutto has a 2020 population of 32,516. 

Once upon a time, as the story has it, a circus came to Hutto and one of their beloved hippos escaped but was soon found in a nearby creek. Thus, starting the tradition of hippos and why you’ll see the concrete hippos all over town.

Hutto offers small-town charm with a convenient location in Central Texas. This Eastern-Williamson County community is just a short 27-mile drive northeast of downtown Austin. With its low student-to-teacher ratios, low crime rate, and short commute to Austin, Hutto is easily one of the best places to raise a family in Texas. 

Hutto has been recently recognized as the “Top Place in Texas to Raise a Family and is consistently ranked as one of the fastest growing and safest cities in the country. From its rural, agricultural roots to the growing population and commercial center that is now Hutto, the community has remained centered on its people and the neighborhoods they call home.

Hutto gives you a charming, friendly vibe while still allowing easy access to urban amenities.

City of Hutto

Hutto ISD

Located 22 miles northwest of Austin, Leander, Texas is home to award-winning school districts, natural attractions, a commuter rail to Downtown Austin, and booming demand for business.

The current population of Leander, Texas is 82,660 based on the projections of the latest US Census estimates.

Quality of life is very good in Leander and one of the many reasons people relocate here. Access to the Hill Country and proximity to Austin creates many opportunities for artistic, entertainment, and recreational pursuits. The Leander Independent School District has an excellent academic reputation. The University of Texas and Austin Community College are the two largest (out of seven) institutions of higher education in the region.

Location, climate, population, strong government and economic development, excellent schools, transportation, and low taxes, combined with sincere Texas hospitality, all contribute to the popularity Leander continues to enjoy in both residential and commercial growth.

City of Leander

Leander ISD

Liberty Hill, Texas, located on State Highway 29, is a city between the north and south forks of San Gabriel River in in Williamson County. It is 15 miles west of Georgetown and 33 miles northwest of Austin. It’s population is growing with the newest 2021 census at 4,461 people.

Liberty Hill has a low unemployment rate, a solid school district, and is 25 minutes away from Austin area employers.

Liberty Hill has several upscale neighborhoods being built around downtown. Current residents are trying to preserve Liberty Hill’s charm and history throughout all this growth. Downtown Liberty Hill still has many of their original buildings, a few of them restored.

Liberty Hill is also within 40 miles of some of the best Texas Hill Country Attractions. The Austin Zoo is 31 miles away. Double Horn Brewing is 22 miles away. Inks Lake State Park is 26 miles away. The Longhorn Cavern State Park is 25 miles away. Pedernales Falls is 32 miles away. Rockhopper’s Family Fun Center is 22 miles away in Horseshoe Bay.

City of Liberty Hill

Liberty Hill ISD

Pflugerville is on Farm Road 1825 fifteen miles north of Austin in northeastern Travis County. Pronounced “flew-grr-vil,” this city was originally settled and named after a German immigrant – and is now a suburb on the rise.

Pflugerville is home to more than 69,004 people sits and offers a peaceful suburban environment, beautiful outdoor spaces, and a friendly vibe.

Outdoor fun can be found throughout Pflugerville’s Lake Pflugerville,  nature-focused locations include Pfenning Park , Mirror Lake Park, Typhoon Texas, an outdoor waterpark in the heart of the city, is one of Pflugerville’s largest attractions. 

Business is booming in Pflugerville. Both major companies and small businesses are relocating and establishing roots in this city. Pflugerville is seeing more development. The top three employers in Pflugerville are DKA Manufacturing, Austin Foam Plastics and Matador Industries.

City of Pflugerville

Pflugerville ISD

Round Rock, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in America, with a population of almost 120,000. located 15 miles north of Austin in the Central Texas Hill Country.

Round Rock used to be a small, rural community, but today it is the second-largest city in the five-county Austin-Round Rock metro area. It is home to the Round Rock Express Minor League baseball team, the Round Rock Amphitheater and Kalahari Resorts conference center, hotel, and water park.

The city is home to Dell Technologies’ world headquarters and businesses ranging from Emerson Automation Solutions and Dupont Photomasks to microbreweries and a honey producer. Recently a cluster of health care facilities has developed in the northeast area of the city adjacent to a trio of higher education branch campuses including Austin Community College, Texas State University, and Texas A&M University’s Health Sciences Center.

Other Major employers include Ascension Seton Williamson, Baylor Scott & White Healthcare, St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, Emerson Process Management, Amazon, and UPS. Its combined property tax and utility rates are among the lowest in the area, it has an award-winning park system and school district and is rated one of the safest cities with a population of at least 100,000. In the USA. 

City of Round Rock

Round Rock ISD

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