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.
Today I have an update for Siena area residents about the fire-station that is to be built in the area. You can read all of the initial details about the future Station #3 with Hutto Fire Rescue here in my previous post.
Your update on Multi-Family and Commercial Developments around the Siena Round Rock community
The community of Siena is anxiously awaiting the installation of the traffic signals at CR 110 and Limmer Loop. In our last update (which you can read here), we learned that the poles should have been delivered an installed by the middle of October. Well, here we are into November and this project has not moved forward much.
The Siena Market has been under construction for a while and is all set to open very soon!
I reached out to our local county commissioner of Precinct Four, Russ Boles, and his team gave me the very latest on the traffic lights for CR 110 and Limmer Loop
The Perfect Game complex in Hutto can have a huge affect on development in the Siena area, impacting home values, property taxes, future business development and more. Here’s what you should know…
Siena’s brand new elementary school, Benjamin “Doc” Kerley Elementary (Kerley Elementary or “KES” for short), will be hosting a dedication ceremony at its campus on August 1st at 5:00 PM.
Hutto Fire Rescue is planning to build Station #3 next to the new Kerley Elementary School on land provided to it by the Hutto ISD.