🌱 Where to celebrate NYE in Pflugerville + Found man at NATX
Hello, residents of North Austin-Pflugerville! Meagan Falcon here with the last copy of the North Austin-Pflugerville Daily for 2021.
Hope everyone have a safe and happy New Year! As we prepare to ring in 2022, you’ll want to know where you can celebrate – well, we’ve got you covered (see our guide below).
But before you take the bubbly, let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Low clouds and breaking fog. High: 78 Low: 72.
A strong arctic cold front will bring much colder air to south-central Texas on Sunday and Monday, with widespread frost forecast Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service Austin / San Antonio.
- Austin police are investigating after they found a truck with a chain attached to an ATM at a North Austin credit union Thursday. (FOX 7 Austin)
- After hours of research, the Austin Police Department locate elderly man who went missing in north Austin Thursday. (KEYE TV CBS Austin)
- Police identified the man who was injured on Christmas Eve in a shooting involving an officer in northeast Austin. (KEYE TV CBS Austin)
- A Pflugerville developer recorded architectural barrier project report with a state regulator, giving notice of plans for a potential 11,955 square foot office development in the city’s southwest. (North Austin-Pflugerville Patch)
- A A 42-year-old man was arrested after police said he was armed and barricaded himself at a house in Pflugerville with three other people. (North Austin-Pflugerville Patch)
- Pflugerville ISD Police are asking the public for help in identifying three people involved in the college vandalism last week. (North Austin-Pflugerville Patch)
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New Year’s Guide to Pflugerville
Where do you plan to ring in 2022? From extravagant galas to live music and cozy cocktails, there is something for everyone around Pflugerville this New Year’s Eve.
If you’re one of those hoping to pull out this New Years Eve, here’s a sampling of the events happening here around Austin.
What is open / closed in Pflugerville? Here is a list: Restaurants, stores open on New Year’s Day 2022 in Pflugerville
From my notebook:
- Municipal Government of Pflugerville, Texas: âTo ensure the safety of our neighborhoods and open areas, the town of Pflugerville is fireworks free. All fireworks, including sparklers, are illegal within city limits. (Facebook)
- Live Pets of Pflugerville: âThis is Brownie! This gorgeous three month old female lab puppy is slated for injections and her sterilization surgery early next week! Brownie is looking for a great foster family or adopter. ” (Facebook)
- Pflugerville Parks and Recreation: “It’s almost Pfreeze Pflop time! ARE YOU ready to slide into 2022 in our pfrigid Scott Mentzer Pool? Join us on Saturday from 9am to 10am! âï¸ Admission is free with a donation of food in preserves. ” (Facebook)
- Pflugerville Police Department: âSirens aren’t the lights you want to see while on vacation. Statewide police will be on force this season to help protect Texas roads from dangerous driving. If you’re going out to celebrate, always find one. sober journey. “(Facebook)
- Local productions: âHappy Kwanzaa! Make this Kwanzaa Kinara DIY! #crafts #kwanzaa â(Facebook)
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Please follow and stay informed. It has been great to share our best stories with you this year, neighbor. I’ll be back in the captain’s chair on Wednesday. See you all in 2022 for another update!
Your friendly neighborhood journalist,
Meagan covers local news for Patch in Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander and Pflugerville.
About Meagan: I was born and raised in Corpus Christi and spent three years covering the latest news and things to do in South Texas before moving to the Austin subway. When I’m not reporting the news, I’m reading a good book, tending to my garden, and spending time with my puppy. I’m new to the green thumb, so if you all have any gardening tips I’d love to.
Quote of the day:
“The limits of the possible can only be defined by going beyond them in the impossible.” âArthur C. Clarke