Cedar Park with a population over 70000, is the third largest city in the Austin Metro Area. Just 17 miles Northwest of downtown Austin and on the edge of the Texas Hill Country, it is a well-established community that was founded in 1887 and incorporated as a city in 1973. Many people living in Cedar Park commute the short drive into Austin each day via Highway 183, which bisects the city. The Capital Metro commuter rail also goes through town, making commuting to downtown a breeze.
The community offers the best of small community life – parks, nature trails and comfortable neighborhoods. It has 927 acres of parks and natural areas and approximately 22 miles of walking/running/cycling trails. Like trains, take a day trip on one of the Austin Steam Trains excursions into the Hill Country. Whether it is hiking, bicycling, water sports, live music, great food, shopping, wineries, breweries or any other activity you’ll find it in or very close to Cedar Park.
For those who like professional sports, Cedar Park is home to two minor league sport teams: the Austin Spurs in basketball, and the Texas Stars in hockey. Both teams play their games at the HEB Center, a multipurpose venue for sport and entertainment.
There is truly something for all residences both young and young at heart.
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Cedar Park is mostly served by the exemplary-rated Leander Independent School District, but some neighborhoods in the southern and easternmost parts of the city are served by the Round Rock Independent School District. It educates more than 38000 students at its 41 campuses. Those seeking an alternative to public school can choose from:
Austin Community College Cypress Creek campus offers day and evening classes for Associates Degrees and Professional Development Certifications.
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