A Beautiful Location
Palmera Ridge is located in Williamson County.
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Named one of the Best Cities to live in Texas
Williamson County is consistently ranked among the fastest growing counties in the U.S., having doubled its population over the past decade. In recent years, Round Rock has experienced explosive growth in commercial and residential development, thanks to its wealth of available jobs, affordable cost of living, natural beauty and resources and its small-town community way of life.
Shopping, Restaurants & Entertainment
Leander features a growing number of restaurant, shopping and event venues, including HEB Plus, Costco, 1800 Ranch Shopping Center and the Cedar Park Center, providing your family with a wide array of retail and entertainment options.
Leander is served by a growing number of healthcare providers including the Cedar Park Regional Hospital, St. David’s Round Rock and North Austin Medical Centers, Georgetown Hospital and Medical Centers and Baylor Scott & White Medical Center.
Parks & Open Space
The city of Leander is home to seven city parks covering 180 acres, each containing something different and unique to offer residents. They include Robin Bledsoe Park, Benbrook Ranch Park and Disc Golf Course, Devine Lake Park, Mason Creek Park, Northcreek Ranch Park, Lakewood Park and Mason Homestead. The community is also just minutes from the amenity-filled Southwest Williamson County Regional Park.
Cedar Park Center
The Cedar Park Center is a multi-purpose venue with various seating configurations for a wide variety of events. It is home to the Texas Stars hockey team, but also hosts theatre style events and concerts year-round. The spacious arena floor can accommodate seminars, banquets, and exhibition/trade shows, as well as business meetings and parties.
Working & Learning
Easy Access to Employment
& Education Opportunities
The location of Palmera Ridge offers convenient access to the bustling northwest Austin business corridor, with major employers including Apple, Google, Microsoft, 3M, Emerson, Oracle and IBM, among others. Educators such as Austin Community College, Concordia University, The Art Institute of Austin and The University of Texas are all easily accessible from Leander.
The Live Music Capital of the World
Austin boasts the title "Live Music Capital of the World," and it's true. With events like Austin City Limits Music Festival and South By Southwest, there is never a shortage of entertainment, arts and great dining in Austin. The Austin area attractions are always within reach, from the excitement of 6th Street to a relaxing day at Barton Springs Pool.
More about Nearby Cities
Georgetown, the county seat of Williamson County, was founded in 1848 at the fork of the San Gabriel River. Georgetown is one of the best places to retire in the nation. The city of Georgetown also boasts on of the most attractive historic downtown areas in Texas. Much of the town has been preserved through the Main Street Project and the support of the Georgetown Heritage Society.
Round Rock, Texas
Round Rock, with a population of around 105,000, is home to a number of major employers and it one of the best-managed cities in Texas, maintaining a high quality of life while becoming a major center for economic growth in Central Texas. The city’s is home to the Dell Diamond stadium, Old Settlers’s Park, Inner Space Caverns, Round Rock Premium Outlet Mall and the region’s only IKEA store.
The center of Austin is just a short 30-minute drive away, giving you just a enough time to decide what to do. There are so many things to do in Austin, but no way to do it all in a weekend. Take your time to visit the Capitol of Texas, downtown Austin, Barton Springs, the Greenbelt trails, Town Lake trails, Zilker Park and Austin's other great attractions.