Taxes. Nobody likes them; everybody pays them. I’m sure when you considered buying your Siena Round Rock TX home you heard about the potential tax savings. Now you own a home in Siena and pay your own property taxes for Williamson County and Hutto ISD. You want to pay as little as you have to, […]

Siena’s 5th Annual Brown Santa Toy Drive is just around the corner! Each year, Siena resident’s generosity has been overwhelming as we have collected toys for underprivileged kids in Williamson County – there are many in need this year and we look forward to helping them this year with you!

In this Siena Round Rock development update, I have information for you on the areas around Siena North – north of Limmer Loop. In case you missed the development update for Siena South, you can read that here.

According to the most recent statistics provided by the Austin Board of Realtors, the residential resale housing market in Siena Round Rock saw huge growth in the third quarter of 2020. Homes sold for higher values, in a faster amount of time and the competition was fierce.

The next big road construction project to affect the Siena community has begun. The City of Round Rock and Williamson County will jointly work on the project to extend Old Settlers Blvd from CR 122 (Red Bud Lane) to CR 110.

The City of Round Rock representative reached out to me to engage with our community about the potential future extension of Old Settlers Rd. News about the project will be shared on the project webpage as it becomes available and you can access that information HERE. 

The City of Round Rock representative reached out to me to engage with our community about the potential future extension of Old Settlers Rd. News about the project will be shared on the project webpage as it becomes available and you can access that information HERE. 

The next big road construction project to affect the Siena community has begun. The City of Round Rock and Williamson County will jointly work on the project to extend Old Settlers Blvd from CR 122 (Red Bud Lane) to CR 110.

The census is a population count required by the U.S. Constitution once every 10 years, to count every resident – regardless of origin or legal status – in the United States. The census counts everyone living in the country in order to provide an accurate population count that is used as the basis for reapportioning congressional seats, redistricting at all governmental levels, and determining how to distribute more than $675 billion in federal funding annually among the states and communities for the next 10 years. These federal dollars support our local schools, healthcare services, transportation infrastructure and systems, and much more.

Since my Property Tax Protest workshop that was to be held in March was cancelled due to COVID-19, I hosted a video conference event with Texas ProTax to help educate you and our neighbors on your options for protesting your taxes, updating you on WCAD’s current plans for protest hearings and answer your questions. Texas ProTax helped explain the process, answer questions and provided informational handouts with FAQs.