Cedar Park

Welcome to Cedar Park, a vibrant community that some of the best that Texas has to offer.

With over 1,000 acres of City-owned parkland and 31 miles of trails, Cedar Park lives up to its name. In the past, Cedar Park has struggled to find its identity. Since Cedar Park has only been an incorporated City since 1973, it appeared to be little more than a small cluster of businesses along Highway 183 that travelers passed through on their way into Austin. But by 2001 the population had grown to over 26,000 from a little over 5,000 in 1990 and City planners had to respond. The first major shopping center in the area, 1890 Ranch, opened in 2007 and in 2009 the Cedar Park Center had its inaugural event; a concert with George Strait. Today Cedar Park has a population of over 79,000 and has developed into a major destination for sports, entertainment and major tech employers. For more information on the history of Cedar Park, check out this video.

This busy little city is now in the process of developing a new downtown area called the Bell District, which will be the new home for the Cedar Park Library as well as a park, restaurants, shopping and high density living. The Bell District will be master designed to be the new social hub of Cedar Park. 


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