Early Voting Sites in Wells Branch

We are so fortunate this election cycle to have early voting right here in WB for Travis County residents nearly every single day it’s offered!  Below is the schedule.  RRISD residents have $572 million in bonds to vote on and PfISD residents are electing school board trustees.  Both districts have extremely important choices to make.

I sent out two emails earlier with links for the individual districts and posted them to the WBNA, WB Melting Pot, and the WB Parents Facebook pages if you’d like to share them.  Both posts are non-partisan and include links for both sides on the bond issues and each of the PfISD candidates.

This is your chance to have a voice and the best way for school boards and trustees to know that Wells Branch is an informed and involved community.  The voting booths are coming to us!  There’s no excuse not to VOTE!  The polls will be open each day from 7am to 7pm.

Early VOTING Sites in WB:

Monday, April 24 WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive

Tuesday, April 25 WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive

Wednesday, April 26  WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive

Thursday, April 27 WB Community Center2106 Klattenhoff Drive

Friday, April 28  WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive

 Saturday, April 29 No WB Site – but the Tax Office in P’ville is open

Sunday, April 30 No WB Site – but the Tax Office in P’ville is open

Monday, May 1 WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive

Tuesday, May 2 WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive

The Travis County Tax Office in Pflugerville, 15822 Foothill Farms Loop, will offer early voting from April 24-May 2.

Election Day Voting in WB – Saturday, May 6

  • WB MUD  Rec. Center3000 Shoreline Drive
  • Northwest Elementary 14014 Thermal Drive

As always, Travis County residents may vote anywhere within Travis County and Williamson County residents may vote at any Wilco polling location.  For a list of polling locations, visit: http://traviscountyclerk.org or http://www.wilco.org/elections.

Upcoming Events!

WB MUD Memorial Day Casino Night
Saturday, May 27 • 6:00-9:00pm
WB Rec. Center • 3000 Shoreline Drive

We have a winner!   It’s Wells Branch!  From 6-9pm, the MUD presents an adults-only evening of gaming for our residents ages 21 and up ONLY; IDs will be checked at the door.  Join your neighbors at 3000 Shoreline Drive as the MUD transforms the Recreation Center into a casino using professional tables and dealers.  Stick around following the gaming for more fun and the opportunity to “spend” your winnings on a variety of prizes. 


WB MUD Splash Day!
Sunday, May 28 • Noon-4:00pm
KF Pool • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive

Wells Branch is kicking off the summer with our third annual Splash Day at KF Pool, 2106 Klattenhoff Drive.  Come out from noon to 4 pm for swimming, pool games and water safety education.  Admission is free and the MUD will have giveaway items for children.


FOL Financial Foundations Session 4:
Family Law & Estate Planning (see article below)
Thursday, June 8 • 6:30pm
WB Community Center, 2106 Klattenhoff

Bike & Trail Connectivity Meeting

Thursday, May 18 • 7pm
WB Community Center, 2106 Klattenhoff

The WBNA will be hosting a meeting coordinated by the Public Works division of the City of Austin to include the planners for COA urban trails, bike lanes, and sidewalks, as well as the corresponding Travis County departments as WB is in the COA ETJ.  There’ll be a presentation followed by a Q & A session with a basic overview of the current systems in place and what is planned (Urban Trails, Tier I & Tier II and forecast timeline for safe overall connectivity for Wells Branch and far North Austin, off road where possible.

Our neighborhood has invested heavily in our trail system, but the MUD can only affect trails within its boundaries; we’re isolated here and cannot easily and safely connect to any other trail system.  Coordination of central authorities (Travis County, COA, MUD) to develop plans to connect our neighborhood with other communities would be ideal.  As one resident put it, “I can ride my bike pretty much anywhere but the level of safety that I feel varies greatly depending on the infrastructure.  If I could ride with my boys up to train station SAFELY, we could get downtown and tool around the lake.  Same goes for getting to Walnut Creek.”

Our goal for this meeting is to find out, as residents in the ETJ, how can we impact the plan and where to start.  We look forward to learning more and hope you’ll join us! Continue reading Bike & Trail Connectivity Meeting

Free Property Tax Seminar

Sunday, April 23 • 4:00-5:30pm
WB Community Center • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive

Join Bruce Elfant, Travis County Tax Assessor-Collector and Chief Appraiser, Marya Crigler, for an informative session on protesting your home’s appraised value to reduce your annual property taxes.  This event will cover a variety of helpful topics from filing your exemption forms to understanding how properties are appraised to completing an informal/formal protest. Home values are expected to substantially increase again this year so don’t miss this invaluable information that could save you hundreds of dollars!

This free event is brought to you by local Wells Branch Realtor, Tammy DeWitt Le.  There is limited space so please register for the event by visiting Wells Branch Real Estate on Facebook.  Reminders will also be sent via the WB Google Group.

PfCONA PfISD School Board Candidate Forum

Wednesday, April 19 • 7:00-9:00pm
Pflugerville Public Library • 1008 Pfluger St W • Pflugerville, TX 78660

PfCONA (Pflugerville Council of Neighborhood Associations) is hosting a Pflugerville School Board Candidate Forum for the May 6, 2017 election.

This is an important school board election for PfISD.  The new board will choose the next Superintendent and will decide if the district will become a District of Innovation, impacting both students and teachers.  Please come hear the candidates, ask questions, and make informed decisions on the future direction of our public school system.  You’ll find a helpful article from the Austin American Statesman here and links to the candidates’ individual websites below.

This is a free event, open to the public.  Early voting is from April 24 to May 2.

Place 2 – Special Election (1 year unexpired term)
1) Jacob E. Betz, jacobbetz.org
2) Tony Hanson, facebook.com/hanson4pfisd
3) Charlie Torres, facebook.com/charlie.torres.758

Place 6 – General Election (3 year term)
1) Larry D. Bradley, pfisd.net/Page/225
2) Matt Robertson, facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011727995460
3) Cliff Styles, facebook.com/cliffton.styles.7

Place 7 – General Election (3 year term)
1) Rob Reyes, facebook.com/rob.campaign

Early voting begins Monday, April 24 and goes through Tuesday, May 2.  We’ll have an early voting location here in Wells Branch on Thursday, April 27 from 7am-7pm at the Community Center on Klattenhoff.  Wells Branch will have two local options for election day voting on Saturday, May 6:  WB Rec. Center, 3000 Shoreline Drive and Northwest Elementary, 14014 Thermal Drive.  As always, Travis County residents may vote anywhere within Travis County.  For a list of polling locations, visit: http://traviscountyclerk.org.

RRISD Bond Presentation

Tuesday, April 25 • 7:00-9:00pm
WB Rec. Center • 3000 Shoreline Drive

RRISD invites parents and taxpayers to a brief informational presentation on the District’s current bond proposals up for consideration in the May 6 election.  We encourage you to seek information from every source and come prepared to ask questions.  To view the District’s Bond Presentation in advance, please visit:  bond.roundrockisd.org/ and bring your questions!

Click HERE to RSVP for the meeting as space is limited.

Early voting begins Monday, April 24 and goes through Tuesday, May 2.  We’ll have an early voting location here in Wells Branch on Thursday, April 27 from 7am-7pm at the Community Center on Klattenhoff.  Wells Branch will have two local options for election day voting on May 6:  WB Rec. Center, 3000 Shoreline Drive and Northwest Elementary, 14014 Thermal Drive.  As always, Travis County residents may vote anywhere within Travis County and Williamson County residents may vote at any Wilco polling location.  For a list of polling locations, visit: http://traviscountyclerk.org or http://www.wilco.org/elections.