Annual 4th of July Parade PDF Print E-mail

 

Anyone wishing to participate in the Annual 4th of July parade should meet at

Cypress Elementary School (north side)

at 8:30am Saturday morning.

The parade will begin at 9am.

 

Join us for refreshments and watermelon afterwards!



Have a Happy and Safe 4th of July!!

Remember - there are NO personal fireworks allowed in the District.

 

For a great local fireworks show, plan on attending the

City of Cedar Parks 4th of July Event at Milburn Park

Complete information can be found here:


http://www.cedarparktexas.gov/index.aspx?page=446



Last Updated ( Monday, 29 June 2015 11:25 )
 
Williamson-Travis MUD1 Water Rate Increase PDF Print E-mail

Drought conditions continue to persist in Central Texas. In early December, Lake Travis stood at 35 percent capacity. If combined storage falls to 30 percent capacity, the LCRA will declare a “drought worse than record” and consequently require customers to reduce their water use by 20 percent. This will impact the City of Cedar Park’s Utility Fund which covers operating and infrastructure costs for water intake and distribution by $2 million.

 

Williamson-Travis MUD (District) has a wholesale contract with the City of Cedar Park for water and wastewater services. Recently the District and the City of Cedar Park renegotiated the wholesale contracts and as a result, new rates for water and wastewater services became effective January 21, 2015. Below are your detailed water rates:

 

WATER RATES

 

WTC MUD1

Ended

 

WTC MUD1

Effective

 

City of Cedar Park

Current

1/20/2015

1/21/2015

($/1,000g)

($/1,000g)

($/1,000g)

 

Base charge

$12.16

senior base rate, $8.97

 

Base charge

$13.38

senior base rate, $9.87

Base charge – includes 2000 gals

 

$19.37

Gallonage Charge 0 - 10,000 gals

 

$3.63

Gallonage Charge 0 - 10,000 gals

 

$4.11

Gallonage Charge 2001 - 10,000 gals

 

$3.96

Gallonage Charge 10,001 – 15,000 gals

 

$4.36

Gallonage Charge 10,001 - 15,000 gals

 

$4.94

Gallonage Charge 10,001- 15,000 gals

 

$4.75

Gallonage Charge 15,001 – and above

 

$5.23

Gallonage Charge 15,001 and above

 

$5.92

Gallonage Charge 15,000 and above

 

$5.70

 

Drought Surcharge

 

9%

 

Drought Surcharge

 

9%

 

Drought Surcharge

 

9%

WASTEWATER RATES

Gallonage Charge per 1000 gals

 

$2.48

Gallonage Charge per 1000 gals

 

$3.54

Gallonage Charge per 1000 gals

 

$3.99

 

One of the best ways to reduce water use is to start with your residential irrigation system. You can reduce or discontinue watering during different times of the year, you can adjust water frequency on your designated watering day and you can adjust the duration of time for each watering cycle. Note that during the current Drought Stage 3 watering is only allowed once a week. We have included some helpful tips on the back side of this letter.

 

If you have any questions please contact Severn Trent Services at 512-246-0498, option 2 or email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 April 2015 15:26 )
 
Brush pickup PDF Print E-mail

brush brush

 

 

 

Since July 15th, 2014 Waste Mangement is requiring all brush to be cut and bundled.  The bundle should be no longer than 4 feet and placed near your trash can at the end of the driveway or the right-of-way next to the sidewalk.  All other yard waste must be put in paper bags and should not exceed 35 pounds.

 

As before, there are some items that cannot be picked up.   Those unacceptable items are:

 

Unacceptable items :

Tires

Liquids

Batteries

Animal Feces/Carcass

Paint

Used motor oil

Household Chemicals/Cleaners

Sharps

(used hypodermic needles) Medical waste of any kind

Computer Monitors, Televisions & other

E-Waste

 

 

 


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 March 2015 08:32 )
 
Bulky item pickup PDF Print E-mail

CHANGES TO BULKY ITEM PICK-UP

EFFECTIVE JULY 15, 2014

 

Effective July 15, 2014, Waste Management will NO LONGER pick up any items that exceed a total of three (3) cubic yards. The items must be placed within three (3) feet of the curb, end of the driveway, paved surface of roadway and/or closest accessible roadway. Bulk waste cannot be placed in customer-owned containers. Refrigerators with the refrigerant removed by a certified technician (and properly labeled), stoves and ranges, water heaters, freezers, other domestic appliances and furniture will continue to be collected as part of the bulk waste service.

 

ALL brush must be cut and bundled.

 

Unacceptable items include:

Tires

Liquids

Batteries

Animal Feces/Carcass

Paint

Used motor oil

Household Chemicals/Cleaners

Sharps

Computer Monitors, Televisions & other

E-Waste

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 March 2015 08:27 )
 
Stage 3 PDF Print E-mail

STAGE 3 MANDATORY WATERING RESTRICTIONS


Due to persistent low lake levels, the City of Cedar Park is proactively entering Stage 3 Watering Restrictions on August 1. This means outdoor watering is allowed ONLY ONE DAY PER WEEK according to assigned watering schedules.

All Williamson-Travis Counties Municipal Utility District No. 1 (District) residents are required to follow the mandatory watering schedule listed below and should attempt to water less than allowed.


EVEN numbered homes: Thursdays

Addresses ending in “0” are considered even

ODD numbered homes: Wednesdays

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY AND HOAS: Tuesdays

WATERING HOURS ARE BEFORE 10 A.M. OR AFTER 7 P.M.

 

 

 

In addition to the watering restrictions, the following are PROHIBITED under Stage 3 and subject to the same fining process:

  • Water Waste (water running down driveways or streets, faulty irrigation systems, using a hose to wash off sidewalks)
  • Decorative Water Fountains (unless the water supports aquatic life)
  • Residential Recreational Water Devices (slip –n- slides)
  • Charity Car Washes
  • Extended Landscape Variances (Customers still have 10 days to establish new plants, after the 10 days you must revert back to the once per week schedule)


The following are still allowed:


  • Commercial car washing
  • Residential Car washing - ONLY during your normal watering times
  • Pressure Washing - only with a spray nozzle that uses NO MORE than 3.5 gallons per minute and has a trigger shut-off with a protective weep mechanism
  • Hand Watering with a hose that has a pistol grip shut off nozzle at all times
  • Community and HOA pools have no restrictions
  • Residential-Filling of Pools
  • Irrigation with sprinklers (One day per week on designated watering day, before 10am and after 7pm)
  • Drip and Soaker Hose (One day per week on designated watering day)
  • Water Served at Restaurants upon request

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 April 2015 11:20 )
 
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