As the top rated Cedar Park moving company we know our way around the area. However, more and more Sir Austin has had conversations with our Cedar Park movers and he’s realized that many of them are lost when it comes to where to go next in terms of getting acclimated to Cedar Park after their big move. That’s why Sir decided to put together a Cedar Park new movers guide to point you in the right direction of some mission critical links. Below is an overview guide for anyone moving to the Cedar Park area. Here you’ll get a quick jump on a few mission critical links and also some popular places you must visit. Don’t look like a Cedar Park new mover, after this guide you’ll look like a veteran!
The Pflguerville police department does just more than protect and serve. They also offer a number of community outreach programs throughout the year that introduces the force to its citizens. Click the link above for more.
The Cedar Park Fire Department is here to serve and they pride themselves on their community outreach program and other fun programs that they have throughout the year that engages with the community throughout the year.
The Cedar Park utility department offers you a number of convenient ways to pay your utilities bills. From autopay to a responsive city staff, Cedar Park offers seamless bill pay and expertise to get you connected.
Cedar Park is located in the Leander ISD school distict, one of the fastest growing school districts in the state! If you want to know more about their guiding principles then be sure to read through guiding documents they provide.
Everyone knows dealing with trash stinks (no pun intended!). But The City of Cedar Park goes out of its way to make trash and recyling pickup as smooth as possible. Follow the link above to learn more about the cities schedule.
The Cedar Park Parks & Recreation Department is in charge of a ton of awesome public places that you can enjoy. From the Bark Park to the award-winning skatepark, there are a ton of public places to explore for absolutely free!
From the politico to the concerned citizen, there are a number of ways you can get involved with the Cedar Park City Council. The council prides itself on it’s open forum and citizens are encouraged to come with their ideas.
The Cedar Park Public Library has a treasure trove of information to explore. However the archives of information are just a start, the library also offers a ton of fun, family-friendly classes that you and the entire family can attend.
Did you just move to Cedar Park and are looking for the happening places to visit? Well don’t fret! Sir Austin has completed countless Cedar Park moves and he keeps his ear to the streets. He knows about all the family-friendly hotspots to visit and below is a list of places and programs you need to visit. Don’t look like a newbie that just moved to Cedar Park, show up at the hotspots from day one and meet your new neighbors!
The Cedar Park Parks and Recreation Department host a number of cool family-friendly events and camps.
Cedar Park has robust athletic programs for both youth sports and senior citizen leagues, everthing from soccer to kickball.
The Cedar Park Skatepark has a ton of awesome props that you can skate on. Make sure to bring your helmet!
The Cedar Bark Park is a place to be seen for the most pampered of pouches. When the cats away then the dogs will play!
The Cedar Park Sculpture Garden is a sprawling park in Cedar Park that has a ton of cool sculptures to explore.
The Cedar Parks Department manages a number of different public pools and offers aquatic programs throughout the year.
If you’re looking for a great way to explore nature then be sure to check out the Cedar Park Forestry Programs.
The Cedar Park Veterans Memorial is a shrine to all the fallen soldiers that have given their lives for our country.
The Brushy Creek Lake Park is a 90 acre park in Cedar Park that has a number of different amentities for the whole family.
The Cedar Park Recreation Center has a ton of cool stuff to do. Everything from basketball to basket weaving!
The Cedar Park Library has a ton of awesome books and digital records to explore for all you book worms out there!
The Treasure of the Hills senior citizens center is one of Cedar Parks true treasures for all of its senior citizens.
Moving to the Cedar Park area can be intimidating at first if you don’t know anything about the city. The “Welcome to Cedar Park” video is a good place to start for anyone who knows nothing about the area. If you need additional moving help then be sure to contact us!