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Cedar Park, Texas



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Location of Cedar Park, Texas


Coordinates: 30°30′24″N 97°49′49″WCoordinates30°30′24″N 97°49′49″W

CountryUnited States




IncorporatedFebruary 24, 1973


 • TypeCouncil-Manager

 • City CouncilMayor Matthew Powell
Stephen Thomas
Corbin Van Arsdale
Anne Duffy
Cobby Caputo
Heather Jefts
Kristyne Bollier

 • City ManagerBrenda Eivens


 • Total24.5 sq mi (58 km2)

 • Land24.3 sq mi (57.0 km2)

 • Water0.2 sq mi (1 km2)

Elevation906 ft (276 m)

Population (2017)[1]

 • Total75,226

 • Density3,100/sq mi (1,300/km2)

Time zoneCentral (CST) (UTC-6)

 • Summer (DST)CDT (UTC-5)

ZIP codes78613, 78630

Area code(s)512 & 737

FIPS code48-13552

GNIS feature ID1354140[2]

WebsiteCedar Park, Texas


Cedar Park Depot, Texas

Cedar Park is a city in Williamson County in the state of Texas. The population was 48,937 at the 2010 census.[3] According to the U.S. Census, the city's estimated population as of July 2016 was 68,918[4]. A small portion of the city extends into neighboring Travis County. The city is a major suburb of Austin, the center of which is approximately 16 miles (26 km) to the southeast


Before the arrival of European settlers in the 19th century, the Cedar Park area was inhabited by various Native American tribes including the Tonkawa, the Lipan Apache, and the Comanche. A paleo-American archaeological site (named the Wilson-Leonard site) was discovered in Cedar Park in 1983 that showed evidence of continual habitation of the area since circa 5000 BC.

In the mid-19th century the community was known as Running Brushy, named after a spring that formed the headwaters of a creek of the same name. In 1873 George and Harriet Cluck, after having run cattle up the Chisholm Trail for many years, bought 329 acres (1.33 km2) of land that included the Running Brushy spring. Their ranch formed the core of the community that would one day become Cedar Park.[11]

Ten years later, the railroad came through. The Austin and Northwestern Railroad, which connected the state capitol with the cities of Burnet and Lampasas to the north, was finished in 1882 and passed through Running Brushy and the Cluck ranch. The community was at this point renamed Bruggerhoff, after a railroad company official. However, the name was generally disliked by locals, being both hard to spell and pronounce. In 1887, Emmett Cluck (son of George and Harriet) changed the community name to Cedar Park. In 1892, a "strolling park" of 0.5 acres (2,000 m2) was built near the train depot. Austinites would ride the train to Cedar Park for day trips to the park.[12]

Cedar Park changed little until the 1950s and 1960s when housing subdivisions began to be built, spurred by the growth of nearby Austin. On February 24, 1973, the citizens of Cedar Park voted to incorporate. The estimated population was 1,765. A library followed in 1978.

On May 27, 1997, a strong and destructive F3 tornado struck the town. The tornado was one of 20 confirmed tornadoes that occurred during the 1997 Central Texas Tornado outbreak. It devastated the downtown area of the city, killing one person and nearly destroying the Albertson's grocery store.

Major retailers began finding their way to the city in 2002 as Walmart opened. Additional large retailers now include Super Target, multiple HEB grocery stores, Academy Sports and Outdoors, Whole Foods, Randalls, Sprouts Farmers Market, and Costco. The major shopping centers include 1890 Ranch, Cedar Park Town Center, The Parke, and the Cypress Creek Shopping Center. In December 2007, Cedar Park Regional Medical Center opened becoming the first major medical center in Cedar Park.

In 2013, the US Census Bureau named Cedar Park the 4th fastest growing city in the United States, with a population of 57,957.

On April 4, 2016 the city announced it was collecting submissions for designs for an official city flag. Residents had until April 30 to submit proposed designs.[13] On December the 9th 2016, Cedar Park unveiled the flag design that won the contest made by the City Council in the spring of that same year to adopt a new city flag.[14]

Historical Markers Heritage Oak Tree - a 400-year-old majestic live oak tree that is decorated with over 30,000 lights each year in December. It is fifty-seven feet tall with a spread of eighty feet. The tree is located in the median on Quest Blvd in Cedar Park.

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