TCSO Public Safety Event!

The Travis County Sheriff’s Office will host a Public Safety Event on Sunday November 5th from 10am – 4pm. The event will be held at the Cinemark 20 (Tinseltown) parking lot in the 15400-blk of N IH 35. Representatives from various Law Enforcement and Public Safety groups will be on site to offer valuable safety information and services including:

  • TCSO Community Outreach – Providing Child ID Kits
  • Sheriff’s Combined Auto Theft Task Force – Providing Free VIN Etching (proof of insurance required)
  • TCSO Crisis Intervention Team – Providing information about emergency mental health care resources
  • TCSO Victim’s Services – Providing information and resources for victims of crime
  • TCSO Mascot – On site for fun photo opportunities

FOL Financial Planning Re-cap Session

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

Earlier this year the WB FOL group worked with other community members and local business professionals to present a financial educational series.  Overall the program was well received and those who attended gained valuable insight and information.  These sessions were successful because of the educational format–there were no “hard sell” sales program.

Because they were working with business professionals’ schedules, weekends simply weren’t an option.  In addition, for a variety of reasons, they could not record any of the sessions.  After collecting some additional feedback, the FOL has decided to present a single “re-cap” session.

The intent of the session is to capture and present the key learning points and information from each session.  They will also provide a “laundry list” of resources to help folks build their financial knowledge base.  The information provided will serve as an outline of financial knowledge.

Regardless or your age or distance from retirement, please consider attending.

Connally High School Holiday Bazaar

The holidays are right around the corner!  Help support our Wells Branch kids at Connally High School and get a jump start on your holiday shopping!

Click HERE for more info!

Halloween Events in Wells Branch

Trick-or-Treating & Face Painting at the Library
Tuesday, October 31 • 3:30-5:30pm

WB Community Library • 15001 Wells Port

Make the library your first trick-or-treating stop! We’ll have treats and free face painting for all ages!

WBNA Halloween Costume Contest
Tuesday, October 31 • 6pm

WB Community Center Parking Lot

Calling all princesses, monsters, super-heroes and other-worldly beasts!  Since Halloween is on a weeknight, we’ll be holding our annual costume contest at the CC beginning at 6pm sharp!

Trophies will be awarded by age in the following categories:  Cutest, Spookiest, and Most Creative beginning with the youngest contestants.  Age groups are as follows:  0-3yrs, 4-6yrs, 7-9yrs, 10-12yrs, 13-17yrs.  Come join in the fun!

Trunk or Treat sponsored by the WB MUD Parks & Rec. Dept.
Tuesday, October 31 • 6-9pm

WB Community Center Parking Lot

Ghosts, Ghouls, and Goblins abound in the CC parking lot on Klattenhoff where there be a multitude of scary treats for all your little monsters as the WB MUD Parks & Rec. Dept. hosts Halloween Trunk or Treat!  On behalf of the WBNA, Kohn Photo will be capturing the night creatures and posting their images on the Neighborhood Association Facebook page so that you may share with your friends and family and Party Face Fotos will be there with their photo booth courtesy of WB MUD.  Wells Branch Community Church will be serving up Hallowienies (hotdogs) to all the hungry little Trick-or-Treaters and a plethora of enthusiastic community members will be on hand with candy.  If you’d like to decorate a car or truck please visit the WB MUD’s special events page for more information.

Town Hall with Travis County             Commissioner Brigid Shea

Thursday, October 19 • 7pm
WB Community Center • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive
Pct. 2 Travis County Commissioner Brigid Shea will be holding a Town Hall this Thursday, October 19, at 7pm in the Community Center on Klattenhoff for the purpose of discussing the upcoming bond election. The following link will take you to a wonderful interactive website where you can learn more than you’d ever want to know about the upcoming bonds and how they will impact you personally, as well as Wells Branch. Please visit and bring any questions you may have to the meeting on Thursday.
If you just want the short version, Proposition A, the Roadway Capacity Projects Bond impacts Wells Branch by funding the completion of a four-lane divided roadway with bike lanes and sidewalks for Grand Avenue Parkway between Bratton Lane and Crissom Lane, plus the installation of two additional lanes to Grand Avenue Parkway from Crissom Lane to 350 feet north of Roller Crossing. This should help streamline traffic and alleviate many of the issues we’re seeing from increased flow on the narrower neighborhood streets as well as offering some relief to Wells Branch Parkway. Proposition A also contains several Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Improvements. Proposition B is all about Parks. For complete details on ALL the projects, please visit the website above.
There’s also a tax impact calculator available at the aforementioned link, however, most of the homes in Wells Branch (everything valued at $300k or less) will see an increase of less than $2 per month.
Election Info: Travis County will hold a bond election on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, in conjunction with the scheduled Texas constitutional amendment election. Early voting will begin on Monday, October 23rd, and end on Friday, November 3rd, 2017. For additional information about Early Voting or Election Day polling locations and hours, contact the Travis County Clerk’s Election Division at 512-854-4996 or visit Travis County’s website at and look for the Elections link.

WBNA Pumpkin Patch
& Pumpkin Painting in the Park

Pumpkin Patch • Saturday, October 21 • 10am-1pm
Pick your pumpkin!  FREE!  In front of the Gazebo at KF Park
Pumpkin Painting at the Gazebo in KF Park
Admission: 1 canned good or $1 donation to St. Andrew’s Food Pantry

Pumpkin Painting has been a Wells Branch tradition for more than a decade with real pumpkins of all shapes and sizes.

Dianne Koehler, teacher & artist, will be supplying the brushes, set-ups and examples of what to paint on your pumpkin in case you need ideas.  It’s always a lot of fun and you get to take home a pumpkin to decorate for Fall!