Moving to the Buda area should be an exciting time for anyone, especially if you are moving there with a family. Whether you are using a Buda moving company or not Sir Austin is here to help you get acclimated to the city. Buda is one of the fastest growing areas outside of Austin but if you don’t know much about it then don’t fret, Sir Austin has you covered! Follow this guide for an introduction on some important links and popular places in Buda that you should know about.
In case of an emergency you should always dial 911, however if you’re looking for non-emergency services then the Buda Police Department has a website where you can get connected.
The Buda Fire Department has 3 separate locations to serve it’s citizens and they pride themselves on having one of the fastest response times in the entire state. Add in community outreach and the BFD is on fire!
The Buda Independent School District is an award winning agency that graduates some of the best and brightest students that Austin produces. Click the link above to find out more about their caring teachers and award winning academics.
Everyone knows that paying your utility bills can be annoying, however the Buda utility department goes out of its way to give you the most bill pay options available, from monthly drafts to pay by email, they have you covered.
Dealing with your trash can be a messy proposition but the Buda solid-waste department tries to make this process easy. If you’ve just moved to Buda and want to know about trash pickup schedules then follow the link above for more info.
The Buda Parks & Recreation Department manages a number of different public places for everyone to enjoy. There are 8 members of the agency that oversee all of Buda’s public parks and outdoor spaces, click the link above for more info.
The City of Buda was incorporated in 1948 and continued to grow from there. The Buda City Council rules over all civil matters and also writes rules and regulations that everyone must follow. Visit the link above for more.
The Buda public library has more than just a great physical and digital archive of information, they also put on a number of training classes and family-friendly events that are sure to be a hit with the whole family, check it out!
Buda has a ton of cool places that you can visit and these are just a few. When Sir Austin completes his Buda moves he always keeps his ear to the street for cool places he can tell his customers about. Below are a few of his favorite that he has found. Check out these places if you want to be a Budinite in no time!
The Mary Moore Disc Golf course is an awesome course that not only allows you to play a great round but also explore awesome nature.
Bonita means beautiful in spanish and that’s exactly what this Buda park is! Explore all the cool stuff to do there is here.
The Buda Parks and Recreation Department oversees a number of awesome facilities that you can rent for your next party.
Looking for a cool place for your young Tony Hawk to practice his skateboarding? Then look no further than the Buda Skatepark.
The City of Buda is serious about its youth sports programs and boasts a huge sports complex that has a number of different fields.
Budafest started 15 years ago as a way for local vendors to showcase their businesses and quickly grew into an annual party!
The Buda Senior Citizens Center is a great meeting place for all of Buda’s seniors that are looking for some fun.
The Buda Greenbelt is a 10 acre spread located in Downtown Buda that showcases some of the coolest greenage in the entire city.
Garlic Creek Park sits on over 31 acres in the heart of Buda and has a playground, basketball court and a cool pavillion.
The Buda Public Library is a bookworms oasis and houses a number of both physical and digital resources to explore.
Green Meadows Park is a public park located in Buda that is sure to be fun for the whole family! Check out what it’s all about.
The Historic Stagecoach Park is one of Buda’s crowning jewels and is available for rent for your next party or get together.
This is a cool video that we found on YouTube that gives you a quick intro to the Buda area. As stated above, there is tons to see and do in the area and being one of the fastest growing areas around Austin, there is sure to be more to see and do in the coming years.